Early stage startups provide a unique environment for students to experientially learn the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of an entrepreneurial venture. The Subsidized Co-op Program provides eligible early stage startups with the opportunity to hire skilled and talented Northeastern University students into six-month, full-time, compensated co-op positions.
To be considered for the program, startups are required to
The Employer Handbook defines the university-employer relationship and employer expectations, in particular, that Northeastern students must be hired as employees, not independent contractors, of your firm.
Application details will be forwarded after speaking with a Cooperative Education Faculty representative to determine your eligibility.
The Northeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship Education (NUCEE) reserves the right to award subsidies based upon alternating criteria. Eligibility criteria are subject to change.
Esther C. Chewning
Senior Associate Cooperative Education Faculty,
Entrepreneurship & Management
Center for Entrepreneurship Education
212 Hayden Hall
360 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02115
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