Fighting Against Single Stories Through Service-Learning

Written by Service-Learning Team Manager, Anika Krause Education in the Community was my first introduction to service-learning. It was my very first class on my very first day of my freshman year, and I’ve been hooked ever since. Education in the Community was the first class I was an S-LTA for and, this past semester, … More Fighting Against Single Stories Through Service-Learning

What, So What, Now What: A Service-Learning Experience

By Joanne Choi Joanne Choi is a student in Education in the Community, a service-learning course. The following is a reflection she wrote about a service experience while volunteering at 826 Boston.  *= Name change for privacy purposes What: It was October 27, and I was coming in for a volunteer shift at my Service-Learning site … More What, So What, Now What: A Service-Learning Experience

Author and Activist Susan Naimark visits Education in the Community

By Sarah Meakin As Service-Learners in the field of education, we seek not only to serve the students of Boston as tutors, but also to learn from them and the community. Our S-L class, Education in the Community, had the privilege of learning from Bostonian activist and author Susan Naimark, who lead a lecture and discussion … More Author and Activist Susan Naimark visits Education in the Community

Catching up with Professor Polly Attwood and Education in the Community

By Ben Sanders This week, I had the pleasure of being able to sit down and chat with Professor Attwood, a long-time member of the Service-Learning Program, about the way service-learning melds with her course: Education in the Community. Professor Attwood graciously described the course to me, as someone who hasn’t taken it before, and … More Catching up with Professor Polly Attwood and Education in the Community