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  • What colleges think of GE’s move to Boston - 01/15/2016

    Northeastern University also has a history with the company. Students have been interning with GE for the past four or five decades, said Maria Stein, who oversees the university’s co-op program, which had 10,000 placements in the 2014-2015 school year.

    “I think it will lead to even more opportunities,” she said. “They place our students in co-ops in multiple programs, whether engineering, computer science, or financial management training. They’re also very good at converting them to full-time hires.”

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