by S-L Program Assistant & Co-op Haomu Chen Pictured above: A group of Honors students took a traditional selfie (without a selfiestick) at Villa Victoria. What do I talk about when I talk about Boston? What do I talk about when I talk about Boston? When I applied to Northeastern, I talked about how Boston... Continue Reading →
By S-L Program Assistant & Co-op Henry Finnegan Service-Learning (S-L) is a form of experiential learning that both benefits the community through engaged, focused service and the student through application of learning outcomes in a community setting. It intentionally targets student development and takes the risk of challenging teaching norms by taking students out of... Continue Reading →
Travel through the decades in our Service-Learning time machine to meet all of our 46 student leaders this semester that represent Service-Learning Team Managers, Teaching Assistants, and Street Team members. Click on the image below and enjoy!
This year, 11 Northeastern University faculty members, staff, and students traveled to New Orleans to participate in the annual International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) conference. While there, our Northeastern contingent contributed several presentations about research that they are currently working on. We are proud of our team for representing Service-Learning at Northeastern... Continue Reading →
By Lily Tiarks As many of you are first-year students, this may be your first experience commuting somewhere other than school. Or maybe not. But either way, commuting can be one of the more challenging elements of volunteering. I bet we’ve all been there—you know that you should be on your way to volunteering, and... Continue Reading →