June 3, 2015
From left: Michael Santora, Irene McSweeney, Joe Fallon, and Kelly Claffey
Wentworth’s hallmark cooperative education (co-op) program started with Joe Fallon in the 1970s. After graduating, Fallon built the highly successful Fallon Company and has hired co-ops of his own to work on a variety of real estate projects.
Like Fallon, Wentworth alumni Irene McSweeney, Kelly Claffey, and Michael Santora took part in the Institute’s co-op program. All have achieved career success and all are continuing to work with and hire today’s co-op students.
Learn more about each of our Wentworth “co-op all-stars.”
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