The Importance of the Hyphen

By Megan Fowler I don’t know about you but I’ve never really paid much attention to hyphens; they come off as pretty small and insignificant, not to mention that English grammar and punctuation was never my favorite topic. My respect for and acknowledgement of the hyphen didn’t start until I served as a Service-Learning Teaching... Continue Reading →

7 Service-Learning Secrets

By Emily Breen You may enroll in a service-learning class for various reasons – whether you’re major requires it, you need it to graduate, or your professor just happens to be passionate about service. Whatever the case may be, service-learning is one of Northeastern’s best assets and it is truly an invaluable experience. Here are seven... Continue Reading →

Mentors Make Life Sweeter!

By Suzie Kim You know that famous line from Forrest Gump, " Life is like a box of chocolates- you never know what you're going to get?" It's so true. I’m continuously surprised by what I find in my own box and with so much variety in the choices, it’s hard to figure out which... Continue Reading →

Service-Learning in Physical Therapy

By Ashlee Folkes Service-Learning is a great opportunity to take learning beyond the classroom. I took a Service-Learning class my freshman year and it is still one of my favorite classes thus far. Therefore, I am excited to be able to take part in another Service-Learning class. Service-Learning is a chance to see real life... Continue Reading →

The Importance of Undergraduate Service

As so often happens with service, I came into this experience expecting to help an organization better their service, and instead the service ended up bettering me. By Kaela Chevalier This fall I had the opportunity to participate in my first service-learning project at Northeastern. As a graduate student, I am taking an elective course... Continue Reading →

Introducing the Service-Learning Street Team!

By Lisa Randall Third year math major Jordan Perras loved the Human Services professions service-learning class she took last fall, knew she wanted to stay involved with the program, but wasn’t sure what sort of time commitment she could make. “I'm involved in a bunch of organizations around campus, so my schedule is always changing,”... Continue Reading →

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