S-L Student & Faculty Reflections

Becoming a Part of the S-L Family

By S-L Street Team Member Tyler Nicholson As a longtime part of the S-L family (3 years and counting!) sometimes it can be difficult to take a step back and think about how, and why, I ended up here in the first place. I’ve occupied different student-leader roles throughout my time in the program, some… Continue reading Becoming a Part of the S-L Family

S-L Student & Faculty Reflections

More Than Just a Co-op

By Service-Learning Program Assistant Asta MacKie Our Service-Learning Team Managers go above and beyond in their roles within the program, and many have brought their passions for leadership and social justice beyond the Northeastern realm and into their co-op experiences. Read on to learn more about the professional experiences of Tyler Nicholson, Chelsea Lauder, and… Continue reading More Than Just a Co-op

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Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Tyler Nicholson

Many of the community needs in Boston center around the city’s youth and the desire for additional academic support. As such, a significant number of service-learning students are engaged in service that involves tutoring at after or in-school programs throughout the city. Building resources for our students to use so that they can serve confidently is an… Continue reading Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Tyler Nicholson

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Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Jonathan Miller

Many of the community needs in Boston center around the city’s youth and the desire for additional academic support. As such, a significant number of service-learning students are engaged in service that involves tutoring at after or in-school programs throughout the city. Building resources for our students to use so that they can serve confidently is an… Continue reading Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Jonathan Miller

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Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Chris O’Brien

Many of the community needs in Boston center around the city’s youth and the desire for additional academic support. As such, a significant number of service-learning students are engaged in service that involves tutoring at after or in-school programs throughout the city. Building resources for our students to use so that they can serve confidently is an… Continue reading Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Chris O’Brien

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Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Mike Pasqua

Many of the community needs in Boston center around the city’s youth and the desire for additional academic support. As such, a significant number of service-learning students are engaged in service that involves tutoring at after or in-school programs throughout the city. Building resources for our students to use so that they can serve confidently is an… Continue reading Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Mike Pasqua

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First-Year Writing Students Simulate Service Experiences Using Marshmallows

By S-LTA Katie Elliot On the Thursday before Spring Break, First-Year Writing Students got their hands powdery while building structures to express important parts of their life using marshmallows and toothpicks. This was part of a Service-Learning reflection activity for a class partnered with the 826 Boston Writer's Room at the John D. O'Bryant School… Continue reading First-Year Writing Students Simulate Service Experiences Using Marshmallows

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Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Jeremey McDavid

Many of the community needs in Boston center around the city's youth and the desire for additional academic support. As such, a significant number of service-learning students are engaged in service that involves tutoring at after or in-school programs throughout the city. Building resources for our students to use so that they can serve confidently is an… Continue reading Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Jeremey McDavid

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Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Yaa Kyeremateng

  Many of the community needs in Boston center around the city's youth and the desire for additional academic support. As such, a significant number of service-learning students are engaged in service that involves tutoring at after or in-school programs throughout the city. Building resources for our students to use so that they can serve confidently is… Continue reading Tutoring Tips Tuesday: Yaa Kyeremateng

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Who are you and what are you doing here?

By Katie Elliot Who are you and what are you doing here? This past week the faculty member who teaches the First-Year Writing section I am the Service-Learning Teaching Assistant for asked his students this question. Furthermore, Mark Edmundson asks all college students this question. Edmundson proclaims: “You can get a terrific education in America now—there… Continue reading Who are you and what are you doing here?