Jesse Goodman is a global commercial editorial intern for Boston Consulting Group’s Global Services team. He is an undergraduate at Northeastern University, where he studies journalism and minors in sports, media, and communication. If he’s not reading or writing, you can find Jesse jamming out playing the guitar, drums, bass, and ukulele, or competing and travling for E-sports competitions. 

Jesse is his team’s jack of all trades. With his mint-green headphones in and a decaffeinated tea in his hand, he is always copyediting, proofing, crosslinking, writing articles and teasers, building webpages, editing blogs, and comparing keywords using SEO—and the list goes on.

Jesse made his mark at BCG when he helped build the Celebrating Parenthood @BCG webpage, edited the blogs for International Women’s Day (even picked the winner), and wrote historical articles for BCG’s Heritage Timeline Project. He became such an integral part of the editorial team that after his co-op ended, he worked part-time as an intern. 

Prior to joining BCG, Jesse wrote for several publications such as the Odyssey, New England Newspaper & Press Association, Northeastern University’s College of Engineering, and for a wide range of publications as an E-sports freelancer. For his first co-op, he was a copy and feature writer at T.Rowe Price, an investment management firm. 

Jesse has bid farewell to his beloved barista bar and endless snacks, and says hello to his senior year at Northeastern, where he will focus on finding a job, his E-sports passion, and playing music.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Copyediting and proofing
  • CMOS guide
  • Crosslinking
  • Writing teasers
  • Building webpages
  • SEO

EDUCATION

  • BA, journalism, Northeastern University
  • Study Abroad, journalism, City, University of London
  • BA, legal studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Cause Disaster and Humanitarian Relief
  • Cause Civil Rights and Social Action
  • Best Buddies International
  • REDD Day Maryland
  • Red Sox Foundation
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