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: November 2019

Looking for something to do in November? Check out these awesome events in the neighborhood! ABCD Community Heroes Celebration What?  Come join Service-Learning community partner Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) as they celebrate 22 exceptional volunteers with Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award winner Audra McDonald. These individuals share their skills, time, and compassion to... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity-Javier Apfeld

Name: Javier Apfeld Role within Service-Learning: S-L Faculty Member College: College of Science Department: Bioengineering How are your values expressed through your community engagement and Service-Learning work? I love that my students have a chance to connect the concepts about the new science of aging they are learning in the classroom with the life experiences... Continue Reading →

Connecting S-L & STEM

Written by S-L Street Team member, Cassandra Barrett 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. As a biology major, the core curriculum focuses on building our scientific and technical skillset. Often, our classes fail to explore... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Nancy Ho

Name: Nancy Ho Role in Service-Learning: S-L Teaching Assistant, S-L Team Manager Major: Combined Math and Finance Major What is one thing everyone should know about Service-Learning? Service-Learning is beyond "classic" experiential learning. No matter if you are a student or an S-LTA, you are part of the Service-Learning family and you are never alone... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Kevin Wong

Name: Kevin Wong Role within Service-Learning: Community Partner Organization: Family Gym - Foundation for BCYF How are your values expressed through your community engagement and Service-Learning work? I feel that I learned a lot about myself during my first semester as a graduate student at Northeastern. Dr. Li's Intro to Assessment class was my first... Continue Reading →

Community Events: October 2019

Looking for something to do in October? Check out these awesome events in the neighborhood! Rivermoor Urban Wild Cleanup What? Help us preserve Boston’s nature! A major component of the clean-up will be the picking up and disposing of trash in the surrounding area. Another component will involve the physical removal and disposal of invasive... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Mollie McEvoy

Name: Mollie McEvoy Roles in Service-Learning: Service-Learning Teaching Assistant. Service-Learning Team Manager Major: Human Services, with a concentration in Family and Child Services What is one thing everyone should know about Service-Learning? Service-Learning is for everyone! When I first started taking Service-Learning classes I thought they only existed in my major. However I soon learned... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Shiko Githere

Name: Shiko Githere Role in Service-Learning: S-L Street Team Member Major: Behavioral Neuroscience What is one thing everyone should know about Service-Learning? I think that everyone should know that there are a lot of different sides to Service-Learning at NU and a lot of different ways to get involved! Regardless of whether you have plenty... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Emily Aoki

Name: Emily Aoki Role in Service-Learning: Service-Learning Teaching Assistant College Affiliation: Bouvé College of Health Sciences Major: Physical Therapy How are your values expressed through your community engagement and Service-Learning work? One of the values I hold the closest to my heart is respect. I think that this program has an abundance of it. The Service-Learning model... Continue Reading →

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