Putting the Pieces Together at the Spring 2018 EXPO

By Service-Learning Program Assistant Kelsie O’Flanagan As the Spring 2018 semester wraps us, many of the pieces of our Service-Learning puzzle had a chance to come together to celebrate another successful semester at our Spring 2018 Service-Learning EXPO! To see details on presenters, Spring 2018 community partners, and more, explore our Spring 2018 Service-Learning EXPO... Continue Reading →

What Keeps Us Up At Night? 2018 Recap

By Service-Learning Program Assistant Kelsie O'Flanagan   On a very rainy evening in early April, community partners and faculty members came together to network and discuss what keeps them up at night.   This event consisted of networking and guided discussion for the purposes of exploring potential connections around what drives us in our work and the... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Action for Boston Community Development and Connections & Decisions

By Service-Learning Program Assistant & Co-op Asta MacKie This December, as a continuation of our #CapturingCommunity series, we’re highlighting the partnership between the Service-Learning course Connections & Decisions and the community organization Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD) by speaking to some of it’s key players.  Read on to see how Service-Learning student Liz Gmoser,... Continue Reading →

Fall 2017 Service-Learning EXPO Recap

By Service-Learning Program Assistant & Co-op Mike Henetz On Thursday, December 7th the Curry Student Center Ballroom was full of students, faculty, representatives of community organizations and members of the local / NU community. All were there to learn from student presenters about their experiences with S-L this semester. The theme of this semesters EXPO was A... Continue Reading →

Hungry to learn about The Food Project?

Written by Service-Learning Program Assistant and Co-op Jasmine Cheung Pictured above (Top photo from left to right): Dr. Becca Berkey with her students hard at work shoveling, planting and dropping scallion seeds. On a sunny Wednesday afternoon two weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to tag along with the Food Justice and Community Development class... Continue Reading →

Northeastern Students4Giving Announces Funding for Thriving Families & Children

Northeastern Students4Giving is seeking proposals from 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations empowering at-risk and under-represented families to help their children thrive. One $10,000 grant will be awarded. Applicants’ work must demonstrably benefit, but need not be limited to, the Boston neighborhoods of Mission Hill, Fenway, Roxbury, and/or the South End. Applications are due by March 11, 2016. Click here for complete guidelines,... Continue Reading →

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