S-L Myths Busted: Katarina Radisic

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. Katarina Radisic... Continue Reading →

Welcome to the Round Table

Written by S-L Student and Graduate Assistant, Courtney Woodman This semester marks the second year of Service-Learning at Northeastern’s involvement with Round Table Inc., a long-time community partner of Northeastern University’s Center of Community Service. Founded and run by George Benner and situated in the heart of the Mary Ellen McCormack housing project, Round Table... 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 →

Join the Team Today!

Join the Service-Learning Team! Applications are now open for Service-Learning Teaching Assistants and Street Team members. Are you interested in joining the S-L family or taking on a student leadership position? Make sure to get your application in by the newly extended deadline of Wednesday, November 7th. Want to learn more about what it means... 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 →

#CapturingCommunity: Missy McElligott 

Name: Missy McElligott  Role within Service-Learning: Professor for Service-Learning course Inquiries in Biology What is one thing everyone should know about Service-Learning? I think that it is important for students and faculty to know that Service-Learning not only enriches the learning experience in the classroom, it also gives students an opportunity to develop skills that are... Continue Reading →

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