Co-op/ Internship Resources

This page provides you with co-op/internship search platforms, recent co-op/internship postings, and networking and job searching tips. 

Co-op/Internship Search Platforms 

NU Works

NU’s career management portal  designed to connect you to career and co-op opportunities. 


A job search and campus recruiting platform built specifically for university students and alumni. 


More than a job searching too, LinkedIn is a great platform to use to make professional connections.


A worldwide website for job searching, with millions of opportunities to explore.


A worldwide website for job searching and a database to learn more about employers.


A job searching and career management tool designed to customize your search. 

Co-op/Internship Postings

Career Development has put a document together to list all the co-op/internship postings from our employer partners and companies in the greater Seattle area and beyond. This page will be updated bi-weekly with relevant information. You can also find these opportunities listed in our Career Development Digest sent to your Northeastern email address.

Networking Tips

  1. Target specific organizations on career and job pages
  2. Network with alumni and industry professionals through informational interviewing, and attending networking events such as conferences or meetup groups.

In addition to industry and networking events organized on campus, you can participate in events, hackathons, or join meetup groups in the Seattle Area.

Check out upcoming networking events from these sites.

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Job Search Tips


1. Use a variety of keywords on search sites to expand your search for opportunities. 

  • Software Development : Use keywords “software developer intern”, “software engineer intern”, “software intern”.
  • Data Analytics/Data Science : Use keywords such as “data analytics intern”, “data analyst intern”, “business analyst intern”, “business intelligence intern”, “data science intern”.
  • Project Management : Use keywords such as “project management Intern”, “program management intern” and “product management intern”.

2. Expand your search beyond companies. There are many non-profits organizations and government agencies (e.g. City of Seattle, Puget Sound Energy) that offer great internship opportunities. 

3. Set up job alerts on job search sites to stay updated on most recent postings.