Welcome to the S-LOG!

Welcome to our Service-Learning Blog: The S-LOG! To navigate our blog, please utilize the categories menu at the top of the page to explore partnerships, events, and featured individuals throughout our Service-Learning community. Are you interested in contributing to the S-LOG? Contact our team at service-learning@northeastern.edu!

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Community Events: February 2020

Looking for something to do in February? Check out these awesome events in the neighborhood! Fiestas de la Calle en Boston What? An afternoon full of Puerto Rican food, drinks, art and music with part of the funds supporting earthquake relief efforts on the island. Puerto Rico's largest and most concurred festival, the Fiestas de... Continue Reading →

Service-Learning Behind the Scenes: Summer & Fall 2019

In addition to supporting 50+ service-learning courses, faculty, and associated community partnerships each semester, our team has been working nonstop behind the scenes to continue to build upon the portfolio of resources and opportunities we provide to those across our network. Here are some highlights we're particularly excited about: Self-Guided Faculty Onboarding Module – This was... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Sarah Thomas

Name: Sarah Thomas Role in Service-Learning: S-L Student College: Bouvé College of Health Sciences Major/Program of Study & Minor: Physical Therapy major, Psychology minor How are your values expressed through your community engagement and Service-Learning work? Service-Learning has given the opportunity to give back to my community, which is something I have always tried to... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Rebekah Moore

Name: Rebekah Moore Role in Service-Learning: Faculty College: College of Art, Media and Design How are your values expressed through your community engagement and Service-Learning work? By engaging alongside students in Service-Learning work through my Music and Social Justice course, I am privileged to uphold my own ethical responsibility—and that I believe all scholars should... Continue Reading →

Connecting S-L and STEM

Many students perceive Service-Learning as something for Humanities majors, but little do STEM majors know, S-L is for everyone and is especially important for STEM majors. In this next installment of Connecting S-L and STEM, we will address confidence.  Confidence-- It is not something that can be taught, and it can only be gained from... Continue Reading →

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