Reflection from a Tutor at 826 Boston

Written by Mufan Xu, service-learning publication arts student Mufan served with 826 Boston’s Writers Room at Burke High school through the First-Year Writing course with Sebastian Stockman in Spring 2017   My service-learning experience at the Burke High School has been a unique and memorable experience. In the past month, I have grown from an insecure … More Reflection from a Tutor at 826 Boston

#CapturingCommunity Shivank Taksali

    Role within service-learning: Service-Learning student Service-Learning course: Advanced Chinese 1, Served with Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly Did you find service-learning or did service-learning find you? service-learning found me as it was already integrated into the curriculum for my Advanced Mandarin course. What is one thing everyone should know about service-learning? As you … More #CapturingCommunity Shivank Taksali

How are different methods of teaching tailored to different audiences?

Written by Emily Pisacreta, Service-Learning First-Year Writing Student I did my service this semester at Hurley K-8 Elementary School, specifically at Bodega de Arte, the after school program there. My job at Hurley was to help the teachers and students anyway I could, and a lot of the time, that meant with math homework. The very … More How are different methods of teaching tailored to different audiences?

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Students Against Institutional Discrimination

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as … More First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Students Against Institutional Discrimination

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Husky Environmental Action Team

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as … More First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Husky Environmental Action Team

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: GlobeMed

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as … More First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: GlobeMed

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Feminist Student Organization

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as … More First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Feminist Student Organization

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Slow Food

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as … More First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Slow Food

First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Behind the Smile

Introduction By Grace Di Cecco, Service-Learning Teacher Assistant This spring, freshman honors students in Professor Sarah Finn’s First-Year Writing course “Science, Technology, and Human Values” have participated in Service-Learning by joining on-campus activist groups that relate to course themes of science, technology, and human values. Their service work has informed their learning in the course as … More First-Year Students Serve Northeastern Through Activism: Behind the Smile