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‘As an experiential university, this is exactly what we do.’ Northeastern creates 135 summer jobs for high school students

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Northeastern University is creating 135 summer jobs for students of high school age in Boston and Oakland, California, as part of a larger move to increase working and learning opportunities that were disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The university is creating 125 employment opportunities on the Boston campus for young people this summer in partnership with the City of Boston’s SuccessLink summer jobs program. Another 10 jobs will be available at Mills College at Northeastern—a program that may be extended in future years to other locations in Northeastern’s global campus network.

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