Become a Global Employer

Northeastern’s Global Co-op Program provides our international employer partners’ early access to top talent.  Students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels are eligible to participate in 6-month co-op cycle rotations of full-time employment most anywhere in the world.  

Global Co-op Overview

Post a Job

Employers with an identified co-op position please complete the job description template based on your region and send it to your regional contact. 

Click here to post a job in Africa, Europe, Australia and New Zealand

Click here to post a job in Asia, the Middle East, North and South America, the United Kingdom and Ireland

 

Additional Recruiting and Branding Opportunities

Northeastern’s Office of Employer Engagement and Career Design provides employers opportunities to get in front of students and share information about your company or organization and specific co-ops and career pathways.

Global Co-op Networking Fairs

Global Employer Engagement hosts a Global Co-op Networking Fair each fall and spring semester.  The fall fair is held during the middle of September, and the spring fair is held during the end of January.  This event is a great way to attract student attention to your available global co-op positions early in the application process, for the next co-op cycle.  Previous global co-op students also attend the fair to share their experiences and spotlight their global co-op through informal photo slide presentations. For more information, contact your Global Employer Engagement regional contact.

Employer In Residence

These types of events are great for 1:1 student consultations or small group (3 students) sessions. You are not required to be actively recruiting for a specific position that has been posted on NUcareers to schedule an EIR. We will provide you with an interview suite here in the Stearns Center for a pre-scheduled time between 8:30am-5pm. In the past, employers have had success using this time to help students prepare competitive application materials, conduct informational interviews, or mentor students on career pathways and industry trends. Time commitments can be tailored to maximize the benefits to students and employers. Your involvement can be tailored to fit your travel plans to Boston.  There is no fee for an EIR, and alternatively, we can arrange a virtual EIR for global employers not located in or visiting Boston. For more information, email Sumana Northover on the Employer Engagement and Career Design team.