#CapturingCommunity: Rajon Mitchell

Name: Rajon MitchellRole within Service-Learning: CEP/NU|ACES Co-op College Affiliation: College of Social Sciences and Humanities, University Honors Program Major: Combined Sociology-Political Science Minors: Urban Studies, Entrepreneurship How are your values expressed through your community engagement and Service-Learning work? I believe that in order to promote equal opportunities in our society, the necessary foundation and infrastructure... Continue Reading →

Here’s What You Missed: Spring 2019 Reception & Virtual EXPO

Written by S-L Co-op and Program Assistant Julia Barnes-Brown On Thursday, April 18th, Service-Learning at Northeastern hosted the Spring 2019 Service-Learning Reception & Virtual EXPO. This was the service-learning program’s second showcase of their re-imagined signature event. Over 200 people viewed artifacts from this semester's service-learning collaborations, hosted on the Virtual EXPO website, at viewing... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity Professor Lorna Hayward

Role within service-learning: Professor and member of the Service-Learning Advisory Board. Service-Learning course: Three of my courses include service-learning. One is an honors seminar with domestic service--this is the second year that this course has included a service element. The second course is a capstone course in physical therapy that includes an alternative spring break... Continue Reading →

A Look at Three New Honors Service-Learning Courses

By Kris Fernandez, Lisa Randall, Shelby Sih, and Savannah Stewart The Northeastern University Honors Program and Service-Learning at Northeastern built upon their unique partnership this semester with the addition of three new courses. Northeastern Students and Boston-Area Youth See Theatre with an Enlightened Eye For a group of 15 Honors students, the art of theatre... Continue Reading →

Enhancing Honors with Service-Learning

By Lisa Randall and Noa Golan   The Honors Program at Northeastern University, according to their website, connects its students “to an active community of thinkers committed to making a difference.” That community, in addition to including a highly talented and motivated group of students, faculty, peer mentors, and staff, also includes the communities surrounding... Continue Reading →

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