Are you a student interested in exploring potential career paths?
Husky Treks allows you to explore your career options and gain more insight into the different career paths by getting a behind-the-scenes tour of different companies and organizations domestically and globally.
A Husky Trek experience ranges from a couple of hours to a full morning or afternoon visiting an employer. Treks are held virtually or in person and include a variety of activities including, but not limited to panels, company tours, project-based activities, and networking opportunities. You will get exposure to company culture and learn more about the work of different departments within the organization.
Some of our Husky Trek Employers Include:
Below is a limited sample of employers who have participated in a Trek:
|Boston Children’s Hospital
|Powder House Production
Unlock your journey to exploration and hands-on experience.
The Husky Treks program is available both virtually and in-person. Below are instructions on each option.
- To participate in a virtual Husky Trek, you must register in NUworks. The details of the Trek will only be sent to you if you register. You can find all of our upcoming Husky Treks here.
- To participate in an in-person Husky Trek, the process is by application only, which can be found in NUworks. Keep in mind, that by applying, you are not guaranteed a spot. Applicants will be notified if they’ve been accepted.
Before your Trek, you are required to virtually participate in the Husky Treks Orientation: Making the Most Out of Your Trek. The details of the Orientation will be found on NUworks once you register/apply. To best prepare for your Trek, please review our Husky Trek tips here.
Any questions regarding Husky Treks can be directed to [email protected].
If you are employer interested in hosting a Husky Trek, contact Diana Ghattas-Antony [email protected]
“I liked talking to the people that worked in the department, learning how they got to where they are now, and what skills they use on the job every day.”
“I think it is a great experience both for students who first started their college life and are not sure what they would be interested in and for students who are actively looking for jobs. It is always a great experience to know about more companies and see what kind of environment you might be fitting in.”
“I came out of the experience with a lot of insight into where the field of communications can take you, as well as information about the non-profit world!”