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What Does It Mean To Be Out in Business?

6/23/21 BOSTON, MA: (From left to right) Northeastern Business students and “Out in Business" club members Matthew Robinson, Maximillian Rampulla and Sabrina Pangione catch up outside the Curry Student Center on Wednedsay, June 23. 2021. Photo by Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University

Northeastern News highlights the Out In Business Club.

At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, students at Northeastern were beginning to launch the Out In Business club to support queer students in business. The student co-founders pivoted to a virtual space and have been thriving. The club has offered an important space for business students to talk about identifying as a member of the LGBTQA community in the workplace. Read the profile in Northeastern News and find out how to get involved here.

The WGSS minor is open to students from any college at Northeastern, including DMSB. Taking WGSS courses can be a great way to bring an intersectional lens, including feminist and queer theory, into business courses and to connect with other LGBTQ+ students with similar academic and professional interests.

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