Social Distancing in the S-L Space

By S-L Street Team Member Mollie McEvoy In this time of extreme uncertainty and stress, the S-L team has faced unprecedented challenges in working alongside the Boston community. A handful of service-learning classes were able to continue their work through group projects or independent learning. Some classes even tested out ways to continue virtually connecting... Continue Reading →

Being an S-LTA outside of your major!

By S-L Street Team Member Mollie McEvoy When first learning about the service-learning program on campus, I mistakenly believed that my major, Human Services, was the only one to include service-learning in their curriculum. I have since found this to be a very common mistake for S-L newbies! S-L courses spread across a multitude of... Continue Reading →

Returning to S-L

By S-L Street Team Member Mollie McEvoy When considering the Service-Learning program on campus, many students might not immediately spot the deep-rooted community that has been interwoven between a multitude of disciplines across campus. This lesser known aspect of S-L has been a huge incentive for students to return time and time again to the... 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 →

S-L Myths Busted: Tyler Hill

Written by S-L Street Team Member Cassandra Barrett While many people love taking Service-Learning courses, some other students may find it daunting for a number of reasons. In this new series of articles, S-L Myths Busted, follow along as S-L Student Leader Cassandra tackles some S-L myths with former and current S-L students. Tyler Hill... Continue Reading →

S-L Myths Busted: Lilly Ryll

Written by S-L Street Team Member Cassandra Barrett While many people love taking Service-Learning courses, some other students may find it daunting for a number of reasons. In this new series of articles, S-L Myths Busted, follow along as S-L Student Leader Cassandra tackles some S-L myths with former and current S-L students. Lilly Ryll... Continue Reading →

Connecting Your Service-Learning Experience to Your Co-op

Written by Service-Learning Street Team member Asta MacKie For many students, Service-Learning is their first professional experience in college, and this is a valuable thing to utilize while applying to co-ops and internships! Particularly for those without prior co-op experience, Service-Learning is a powerful talking point for students to highlight their understanding of leadership, project... Continue Reading →

Tips for Leading Your Peers

Written by Tyler Nicholson, Service-Learning Street Team member Being a successful leader is a skill that requires practice, effort and the ability to communicate and articulate effectively. When making a decision as a leader, it is important to consider the context of the situation: who are you working with? What are you looking to do... Continue Reading →

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