SAIL is the world’s first research-backed experiential learning platform that makes it easy to keep track of your learning experiences, see the skills you develop, and articulate what makes you uniquely qualified for the opportunities you seek. It’s your go-to source for finding events, clubs, and classes on and off campus. It’s also the best way to build your Northeastern network by connecting with other students, learning from their experiences, and networking for new opportunities.
At Northeastern we believe that learning happens everywhere, and SAIL provides the framework to help you learn from your experiences, tell your story, and create a career advantage. Your insights, a-ha moments, and the skills you developed from your past experiences are always at your fingertips, so you’re always prepared for your next job interview, co-op interview, advanced degree application, or any other opportunities you seek.
Here’s how it works:
Log in with your Northeastern credentials.
Explore opportunities including; events, clubs, and classes, and see the skills they’ll help you develop.
Easily capture experiences and insights you want to remember
See what skills your experiences have developed and identify opportunities for growth.
Build Your Northeastern Network
Use SAIL to build your Northeastern network, connect with like-minded individuals, and see the paths others are taking.
Show How Your Learning Experiences Connect
Timeline and MyStory (available on web) help you take what you’ve learned from all your experiences and craft them into a compelling story that reveals to employers, faculty, and colleagues who you are and what you’re capable of.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
It’s an interesting app to use
It’s an interesting app that help you learn more about yourself. It would help you find out what you are good at and let you find opportunities you want.
But who does this help?
A review below noted that this was an app simply being made and justified by an echo chamber of consultants - I can confidently say I agree.
As a student, nothing this app does makes my day to day any easier (if anything, since they have such specific definitions of things like ‘dimensions’, ‘maps’, ‘learners’, etc.) it makes it harder.
So I guess I’m just asking if any actual purpose is served by this app? Why is Northeastern focusing on this when stuff like the NUGO app (which actually helped tons of students and was a dead simple utility) hasn’t been updated in 4 years…
Really great for tracking the “little” daily moments that contribute to the overall academic experience! I tend to be more forgetful so this app is great for tracking, viewing your skills, and goal setting. Would definitely recommend for first-year students.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.