Putting stock in our students At D'Amore-McKim School of Business, we believe that our students have what it takes to succeed in a competitive business market. We're so confident, in fact, that a half million dollars of the University's endowment is managed entirely by D'Amore-McKim students. The 360 Huntington Fund, D’Amore-McKim’s student-managed mutual fund, is pure experiential learning.
Investing in your Expertise
The 360 Huntington Fund is an opportunity for you to apply what you learn in your D’Amore-McKim classrooms in real-world capital allocation. This practical experience benefits your education and strengthens Northeastern University's endowment in the process.
The 360 Huntington Fund was founded in 2008 through donations from the university, faculties and alumni. All D'Amore-McKim students, including graduate certificate students, are welcome to apply to participate. The 360 Huntington Fund meets weekly for a one-credit course (which may also be audited). During the course, you’ll present and debate the purchase and sale of equities. Investments are made with real money in real time.
Hear from the 360 Huntington Fund
"Through the 360 Huntington Fund, students learn about investment strategy through research, peer debate, and actual purchase and sale of equities. It's about as experiential as experiential learning gets. The Fund's success is a testament to the talent of our students and the power of hands-on learning.”— Dr. Harlan Platt, finance professor and faculty advisor to the 360 Huntington Fund
"There’s no substitute for real-world experience, and that’s what managing this fund provides.”—Barry Gilbert, former graduate student and 2011 managing director of the 360 Huntington Fund