The 411 on College and Life Around Campus
Harry Styles: Live on Tour (Review)
Tedy Andreas is "Ominous" in New Music Video: Watch
Kayo Genesis Wakes the World Up with New Video, "Woke": Watch
Richie Evans & Eric Bellinger Link Up For "One Time": Listen
5 Steps to Prepare Your College Self For Fall Semester
Austin Sexton Debut's New Single, "Paola": Listen
Childish Gambino Targets Environmental Issues with...
Gabrielle Stewart Makes Her Debut With New Track, "7...
An Interview With Boston's Donald Grunge
Premiere: Sean Gast Hits the High Seas for Love in...
Photo Story: P!nk Soars in Anaheim on the Beautiful Trauma Tour
A Complete List of the 2018 Emmy Nominees
Corey Ellis Drops New Tracks "Just Know / Hurt Nobody": Listen
VEZ Blesses Us with Official Music Video For "Bless Ya...
American High Brings Distortion & Dissent in Cheye...
MYCHL Reveals Official Music Video For "Color Me Bad": Watch
Louis The Child Grabs Quinn XCII For Latest Single...
Artist Spotlight: James Quick's "Ten and True"
Interview: TyBass Drops Dancehall Banger "Girl is Mine"
JAG & Problem Debut New Track, "Far From Me": Listen
"The Mission" is Layla's Sexy Debut You Have to See: Watch
Chuckie & Steve Andreas Brings the Island Heat on "Latino": Watch
Rico Anthony & Ray J Head "Downtown" For Love: Watch
A Beginner's Guide to Eating Sushi
Interview: Alternative Rapper Call Me Karizma Releases...
One Less Lonely Girl: Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Engaged
Watch Bad Bunny's New Music Video for “Estamos Bien”
How Kalen Allen's Critiques Took the World By Storm
Watch: Nicki Minaj & Ariana Grande's Tropical-Themed...
4 Stages of Studying Abroad
A new class has completed the brutal (or epic) 5 years of undergrad, and now it’s finally time to enter the real world.
So…you’re freaking out about graduation, what do you do?
Here are five tips to think about before you leave the beautiful campus of Northeastern University.
A Beginner’s Guide to Eating Sushi
Northeastern University has a bunch of facilities and resources to help us struggling students. You can of course talk to your academic and co-op advisors if you haven’t done so already, however the Northeastern Career Development Service center is also a great place to get advice and information on how to start the search for the perfect job. The best part about it is you can even contact them once you’re an alumni, giving you plenty of time to figure out exactly what works for you (if co-op hasn’t helped with that already).
Professors at Northeastern are more than willing to advise their students, using their own personal experiences as an example of what you can do. Whether it is Business, Political Science or Arts and Sciences, talking to your professor may seem daunting, but can give you great insight into your career prospects.
For those who are more organized, creating a prospective job pipeline is a great way to stay on top of your job search. A prospective job pipeline is a way to keep track of potential jobs, positions or any other form of work that you might be interested in by creating an excel spreadsheet or word document. Examples of things you can include are research and comments about jobs, upcoming interviews as well as employer contact information. This enables you to be prepared and have a timeline set up for you, which will in turn prepare you way ahead of your peers.
This may seem like a no brainer, but reading is essential for expanding your mind and understanding who you are as a person. Read up on books published by the likes of Elon Musk and Bill Gates to inspire your journey as a successful adult.
Last but not least, have a plan. Do not graduate without anything set up or no understanding of what you want. After spending 100,000’s of dollars getting your diploma, five years of your young adult life studying, and at least a year on Coop, hopefully you have a vague idea of what you want to do. If you still are not sure of what path you want to venture down, Northeastern offers a variety of resources that are there to help, trying them out is the least you can do. The job market is getting more competitive, and it is evident that those who are prepared and ready have an easier time adjusting to a new stage in their life. With that being said…