Connecting S-L and STEM

Many students perceive Service-Learning as something for Humanities majors, but little do STEM majors know, S-L is for everyone and is especially important for STEM majors. In this next installment of Connecting S-L and STEM, we will address confidence.  Confidence-- It is not something that can be taught, and it can only be gained from... Continue Reading →

#CapturingCommunity: Taylor Drysdale

Name: Taylor Drysdale Role within Service-Learning: S-L Student, Teaching Assistant, & Alumni College Affiliation: College of Science, College of Professional Studies Major: Psychology (and candidate for Masters in Elementary Education) Minor: Spanish How are your values expressed through your community engagement and Service-Learning work? I've always tried my best to keep my life centered around... Continue Reading →

My Service-Learning Journey

By Mackenzie Montgomery Before I entered Northeastern University I had never heard of service-learning. But as a freshman I learned that I would not only be studying abroad my first semester in London through the N.U.in program, but I would also be doing something known as service-learning. Little did I know that this part of... Continue Reading →

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