Bringing Service-Learning to Student Organizations

Written by Street Team Member Rosa Martinez Service-Learning provides a great opportunity for students to bring materials from their service-learning course into other areas of their lives.  Avery Collard, an undergraduate student studying psychology, began her journey of volunteering back in high school. At Northeastern, she is a service-learning student in a course called Writing... Continue Reading →

Community Events: April 2021

By S-L Street Team Member Alexandra Fryman & Annie Lancos Looking for something fun to do in April? Check out these awesome events you can safely attend! 5k & Walk for INDEPENDENCE What? The Carroll Center for the Blind is hosting a virtual 5k Walk for INDEPENDENCE . During the month of April, you can... Continue Reading →

Current Events 3/15/21 – 3/28/21

By S-L Street Team Member Madhumita Rao  Finished with midterms and ready to take a break? Check out a few more of the awesome events happening in March going on either in person or virtually to get more involved in the Boston community! Dine Out Boston 2021 WHAT: Also known as Boston Restaurant Week, Dine... Continue Reading →

Resilience: Food Access in our Communities

Written by CETR Program Associate, Chelsea Lauder For Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR) at Northeastern, our Spring 2020 semester was interrupted, alongside the rest of the world, by the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has highlighted existing issues for food access and security in our Boston communities. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Boston Food... Continue Reading →

Community Events: March 2021

By S-L Street Team Member Alexandra Fryman & Annie Lancos Looking for something fun to do in March? Check out these awesome events you can safely attend! Lights in the Necklace What? Lights in the Necklace is a celebration of Boston’s historic parks and bridges. Visitors can come to see the bridges along the Emerald... Continue Reading →

Community Events: February 2021

By S-L Street Team Member Alexandra Fryman & Annie Lancos Looking for something fun to do in February? Check out these awesome events you can safely attend! Driving While Black: African American Travel and the Road to Civil Rights What?  This seminar, led by Gretchen Sorin of SUNY Oneonta, explores how the car has been... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Ileeana Johnson

By S-L Street Team Member JooNa Kim Name: Ileeana Johnson Role in Service-Learning: Service-Learning TA College: College of Arts, Media, & Design Major: Music Minors: Psychology and Marketing Q1: What should everyone know about Service-Learning? I tell my students that Service-Learning is almost like simultaneously being on a co-op as part of one of your classes. This program... Continue Reading →

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