Experiential Network (XN) helps Northeastern University students work in their respective fields while working with different sponsors on a wide array of projects.
Through the execution of flexible six-week virtual projects, students apply what they’ve learned in class in a real-world context, gain valuable experience to enhance their resumé, and build their professional networks.
Students can participate in XN projects in Capstone courses, Signature Assignments in electives, or complete XN Sprints as part of an assignment in a course. Through these courses, students receive faculty direction, professional development, coaching and mentoring, and feedback to help ensure a satisfactory experience for students and sponsors.
International students are encouraged to apply! Students in F-1 or J-1 status must maintain all related eligibility requirements, including continuous eight-credit minimum, full-time enrollment (of which a minimum of four must be taken in the classroom) during the entire academic term.
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XN Extra-Curricular for Summer 2021
Enroll now to take part in Northeastern’s Experiential Network (XN) for Summer 1 and Full Summer semester-based project opportunities!
Work with faculty on all-virtual project opportunities with real-world partners on exciting business challenges to gain resume credentials and expand your potential employer network this summer.
These are no-cost, no-credit project opportunities that you can participate in alongside your regular course load.
Click here to learn more about these project opportunities. Register now on MyNortheastern to take part. See your co-op or academic advisor for more details about these exciting opportunities, including troubleshooting registration.
You have until Sunday, May 23 to register for Summer 1 or Full Summer projects, so act now to take advantage of this great opportunity to apply your skills, meet employers, and work alongside faculty. Summer 2 project courses are also available.
CPS students can register for INT5964 (Graduate) and INT2001 (Undergraduate) for Summer 2021 now; projects begin in July 2021.