The Lead Dog program provides you with the chance to stay connected to Northeastern through educational and social events designed for alumni in your workplace. The program allows you to meet fellow alumni and students on co-op working in your organization, and occasionally mingle with members of other Lead Dog organizations. It also represents a great way to reconnect with your alma mater as you increase your networking connections and boost the recognition of your company throughout the Northeastern community.
Northeastern's momentum is at an all-time high; with a number of alumni and co-op students at John Hancock, there is not a better time to become a part of the Lead Dog program at your organization. Make your make today by helping to plan or simply attend events at John Hancock and on the Northeastern campus. Get involved today, and Go Huskies!
If you would like to plan events for the John Hancock Lead Dog group, please contact Molly Cole at 617.373.3187 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a Break with Coach Madigan
Monday, January 31, 2012
Alumni and co-op students gathered with the Office of Alumni Relations and The Northeastern Fund Vice President Jack Moynihan, MPA'93 and Men's Ice Hockey Coach James Madigan, BA'86 at John Hancock's Congress Street location. They had an opportunity to go one-on-one with Coach Madigan about the 2011-2012 hockey season over lunch.
Insights, A Faculty Lecture Series: Annoying Orange and the Professionalization of YouTube
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Joanne Morreale, Associate Professor, Department of Communications Studies, College of Arts, Media and Design
Red Sox vs. Milwaukee Brewers Pre-game Gathering and Game
Friday, June 17, 2011
Huskies from the Lead Dog program gathered at the Alumni Center to mingle and network before heading over to Fenway Park to watch an interleague showdown between the Red Sox and Milwaukee Brewers!
Personal and Professional Branding Session with Adam Chapman AS’99
Monday, February 28, 2011
Both alumni and co-op students learned several different tips and tricks for managing the new world of social media as it pertains to the workplace. Adam Chapman AS'99, a drive-time radio dj for WFNX, was more than happy to share his experience and what he has learned about this evolving idea of "branding" oneself. Adam's knowledge of the topic was met with eagerness from the audience by way of many insightful questions. This was also a great way for Huskies to put a name and a face to their fellow Huskies at John Hancock. A delicious lunch was served and a shuttle service for those employees working in the Back Bay location was provided.
Big Dog 5K
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Members of the John Hancock Lead Dog program enjoyed exclusive benefits at the 3rd Annual Big Dog 5K along the Charles River. They met and mingled with alumni from Brown Brothers Harriman, EMC, and Massachusetts General Hospital in a special area before the race.
Calling all Huskies - at Husky FanFest!
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Alumni and friends from John Hancock gathered with fellow Huskies at the Northeastern University Alumni Center for entertainment for all ages including a face painter, interactive games, and pictures with Paws as they geared up to cheer on the men's hockey team as they took on Boston University at Matthews Arena.
Northeastern Alumni Luncheon at John Hancock
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Huskies working at John Hancock joined together for the kick-off of the Northeastern University Lead Dog program for an opportunity to network, learn more about the Northeastern University Lead Dog program, as well as learning the latest alumni news and events, while connecting with colleagues and co-op students. Guest speakers at this event were Jack Moynihan, MPA '93, Vice President of Alumni Relations and The Northeastern Fund, and Steve Giles, BS '93, General Manager, JH Investments (Delaware) LLC.