A Reflection on the Street Team

By Suzie Kim If there’s one characteristic Northeastern University students share, it’s that we are very busy people. Very busy. Being involved in at least two student organizations outside of classes, plus part-time jobs/work-study jobs seems to be an underlying standard for us Huskies. Service-Learning has always been an integral part of my experience here... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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: 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 →

Musings of a (CEP) Mentor

A snippet of some things I have learned in my role as a first-year mentor for the Civic Engagement Program. By Harumi Harakawa First semester of freshman year was, to say the least, eventful. It was exhausting, exciting, cringe-worthy on so many levels, yet also filled with extremely memorable moments. Last year, I found my... Continue Reading →

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