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- Creative degree completion programs to upskill employees and help them earn advanced degrees
- Ways to recruit short-term talent through our renowned co-op program
- Help recruiting from our pool of highly skilled graduates
- Faculty expertise in fintech, medtech, cleantech, and more
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- Cutting-edge technologies, facilities, and laboratories across our global university system
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- Courses to sharpen entrepreneurial skills
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Partnerships with results
Paths into tech with an associate’s degree
Associate degree holders need an affordable way to break into in-demand, advanced-tech fields. To help them earn both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree while working full time, Northeastern partnered with the Middlesex and Bunker Hill community colleges and Akamai Technologies to pioneer the Pathway for Technology program. Learners can work while studying on a flexible schedule, online and part time, supported by scholarships, career coaching, and funds for childcare and other needs.
This associates to master’s program is helping Akamai, MathWorks, SunLife, and Cybereason fill positions in areas from information technology, finance and accounting, and analytics to biotech. And graduates’ success is attracting new industry partners.
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Launching STEM careers
Amazon Web Services created a pathway into software development co-ops. Students enrolled at Northeastern campuses that offer the Align Master’s Program in Computer Science can apply. To exceptional co-op performers, AWS provides tuition reimbursement and a stipend until they graduate—plus a job.
Northeastern designed Align to help college graduates with no background in programming break into tech. Learners cover the fundamentals, then complete master’s level coursework. Hiring managers say they prize Align graduates’ technical skills and diversity of thought and perspective.
Training programs for future leaders
The growing healthcare system Novant Health wanted help building a pipeline of future leaders. So it worked with Northeastern’s faculty to shape a training program and deliver it flexibly, online and in person.
Novant’s program teaches leadership skills to employees who aspire to the next level of responsibility. But Northeastern can help organizations craft programs for any need—such as building knowledge in project management, artificial intelligence, computer science, or data analytics. Learners can start tackling real work challenges right away.
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Turbocharging early-stage companies
For both startups and innovation teams, Northeastern offers access to a wealth of entrepreneurship expertise, mentors, and potential funders. By tapping into these resources, New England Marine Monitoring modernized its fisheries video-monitoring technology and attracted a buyer/investor.
Faculty experts in machine vision-based AI provided technical guidance. Next, NEMM won space, funding, and advising with a Founder Residency at Northeastern’s Roux Institute, then brought a Roux graduate student in computer science aboard full time, on co-op. She developed tools that make it easier for NEMM’s team to visualize and interpret data for their customers.
Building a tech-savvy team
L.L.Bean—a founding partner of Northeastern’s Roux Institute—sought to equip its employees with the skills to innovate. So the 110-year-old outdoor retailer partnered with Northeastern to co-develop data analytics courses tailored for its employees.
To date, 30 employees have put their new skills to use, interpreting raw data and strategizing in key areas like product marketing, forecasting trends, and supply-chain management. In the future, L.L.Bean’s employees will also be able to complete coursework in communication and visualization, databases, and statistics.