S-L Student & Faculty Reflections

Connecting S-L & STEM

Written by S-L Street Team member, Cassandra Barrett 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. As a biology major, the core curriculum focuses on building our scientific and technical skillset. Often, our classes fail to explore… Continue reading Connecting S-L & STEM

Archive

Tips for Working with Young Children (Pre-K – 2nd Grade)

By Iris Zeng Be excited about everything There will be times when a student doesn't want to participate in an activity. Whether they're refusing to read a book or pushing their carrots to the side, it can be difficult to persuade them to join the rest of the group or try a few pieces of… Continue reading Tips for Working with Young Children (Pre-K – 2nd Grade)

Archive

Four Places to Volunteer for the Busy Individual

By Iris Zeng  In the midst of studying for midterms, working on group projects, participating in extracurricular activities, and going on co-op, it can be difficult to find time to explore and serve the community around us. Luckily for us, the Boston area has many different opportunities to get involved and address the diverse needs… Continue reading Four Places to Volunteer for the Busy Individual

Archive

From S-L student, to S-LTA, to the Street Team

Jaclyn Hunter knows S-L at NU from all sides. By Jaclyn Hunter Over the past few years, I have had the pleasure of getting to know the Service-Learning program at Northeastern inside and out. In my first semester with Service-Learning, I applied to be a Service-Learning Teaching Assistant and then found out that one of… Continue reading From S-L student, to S-LTA, to the Street Team