TAMID is an international organization and tight-knit community that prepares students to work with startups. We study the disciplines of Consulting, Finance, and Entrepreneurship through the lens of the Israeli Startup Ecosystem.
TAMID at Northeastern was founded in 2015. Generally, all 60 TAMID chapters operate similarly with a few variations unique to each chapter. TAMID at Northeastern was the first chapter to start a Tech Consulting track, pioneered by Harrison Hur. In addition to competing in TAMID’s global stock pitch competition, we also manage our own portfolio of securities.
Our chapter also has six committees (Education, Recruitment & Membership, Fund, Professional Partnerships, Social Events, and Marketing & Design) which help us operate on a larger scale. Lastly, TAMID at Northeastern has always been a pioneer with our Education process and the global Education curriculum is largely based on our curriculum.