MOSAIC + ORGANIZATIONS

Mosaic Organizations are housed in colleges across the university. The organizations are run by students who are learning the disciplines that are critical to building any program, product, or organization. These include business planning, design, law, product design and prototyping, accounting, etc.

CHARACTERISTICS OF A MOSAIC ORGANIZATION

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Mosaic Organizations are student-run and offer disciplines and skills that benefit the university’s entrepreneurship community.

Mosaic organizations are student-run and offer disciplines and skills that benefit the university’s entrepreneurship community.

Mosaic organizations are student-run and offer disciplines and skills that benefit the university’s entrepreneurship community.

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Mosaic Organizations are committed to multidisciplinary collaboration, responsive client service, and excellence in every product or service offering. 

Mosaic organizations are committed to multidisciplinary collaboration, responsive client service, and excellence in every product or service offering. 

Mosaic organizations are committed to multidisciplinary collaboration, responsive client service, and excellence in every product or service offering. 

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Mosaic Organizations provide services that directly support the incubation of individual ventures that serve as their clients

Mosaic organizations provide services that directly support the incubation of individual ventures that serve as their clients

Mosaic organizations provide services that directly support the incubation of individual ventures that serve as their clients

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"LEADING A MOSAIC ORGANIZATION HELPED ME REALIZE I WAS CAPABLE OF BUILDING A COMPANY AND HELPED ME LEARN THE NECESSARY SKILLS TO BECOME A LEADER"

Annika Morgan, Co-Founder Fresh Truck

“BEING PART OF A MOSAIC ORGANIZATION HELPED ME REALIZE MY PASSION FOR BUILDING A COMPANY AND THE POTENTIAL WITHIN ME TO BECOME A LEADER.”

“BEING PART OF A MOSAIC ORGANIZATION HELPED ME REALIZE MY PASSION FOR BUILDING A COMPANY AND THE POTENTIAL WITHIN ME TO BECOME A LEADER.”

COMPASS

Hosted by D'Amore McKim School of Business
COMPASS is Northeastern’s student-led accounting resource center, which aims to help ventures in the ecosystem with taxes and other accounting needs.

ENTREPRENEURS CLUB

Hosted by D'Amore McKim School of Business
Within the Entrepreneurs Club, we run six different events and programs over the course of the semester. Our goal is to help our diverse cohort of Northeastern University students discover their entrepreneurial drive by providing opportunities to build meaningful relationships and experiences outside of the classroom.

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GENERATE

Hosted by The Michael J. and Ann Sherman Center for Engineering Entrepreneurship Education
Generate is a student-run Sherman Center program that develops the Northeastern entrepreneurial engineer through our product development studio and educational programming. Generate provides engineering product design to Northeastern’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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HUNTINGTON ANGELS NETWORK

Hosted by D'Amore McKim School of Business
Huntington Angels Network is dedicated to growing the University venture community by connecting startups with global angel investor networks and venture capital firms.

IDEA

Hosted by D’Amore McKim School of Business
IDEA is a student-led venture accelerator that fosters the development of entrepreneurs in the Northeastern community through the educational experience of developing a business from concept to launch. IDEA strives to provide a holistic experience for their ventures through support, in-kind resources, and opportunities to engage in an experiential learning opportunity.

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IP CO-LAB

Hosted by Northeastern University School of Law
While technically not a student-run organization, the IP CO-LAB law clinic is an integral part of the Mosaic community. Under the guidance of its director and support staff, the Clinic’s student Members provide vital trademark, copyright and trade secret legal services to two “universes” of clients: inventors and ventures within Northeastern’s entrepreneurial ecosystem (any current or former NEU student, faculty member or staff member is eligible) and a limited number of local individuals and entities who are otherwise unable to afford IP-related legal assistance. Its goals are to enhance the campus innovative and creative environment and to foster opportunities for members of the Northeastern and surrounding community

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NU IMPACT

Hosted by D’Amore McKim School of Business
For Northeastern University students and community stakeholders, who wish to gain financial literacy and engage in sustainable financial investing, NU Impact Investing Initiative is a financial educational fund that provides students with the resources to gain financial independence, make social investments, and earn impactful financial returns.

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ORIGIN

Hosted by Northeastern University College of Science
Origin is Northeastern’s premiere student-led organization for scientific & technological project incubation. We can provide you with funding, mentorship, and ongoing support so that you can develop the next big tech solutions to emerge from Northeastern.

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SCOUT

Hosted by College of Arts, Media and Design
Scout aims to foster the design community at Northeastern University through real client work, speaker series, and interactive workshops.

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VITAL

Hosted by Bouvé College of Health Sciences
ViTAL focuses on healthcare entrepreneurship. We empower our students with learnings beyond the classroom to foster an interdisciplinary perspective on healthcare. Through our workshops and vast mentor network, we look to build a community challenged to disrupt healthcare with an entrepreneurial mindset.

WISE

Hosted by D'Amore McKim School of Business
WISE, the Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship, is a new student organization at Northeastern University focused on building a community for women interested in exploring entrepreneurship and developing an innovative mindset through interactive workshops, a thought incubator teaching problem-solving skills, and mentorship pairings.