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What Students, Faculty and Community Partners are Saying….

Wes NayService learning is important to me because it helps build character. College can be daunting in terms of finding the "right" major. It can assist with many career exploration goals and determine what you want to do with your future. It’s about learning about yourself and asking "is this right for me?" While at the same time, it allows you to get to know your community and be involved. For those who has never volunteered, it can be a very rewarding experience. The benefits gained are far and wide and include professionalism, organization, teaching, leadership, networking, etc. With all the benefits attainable, it helps build confidence and experience.

To commit yourself for only a semester and gain all of this experience and benefits is an absolute win/win outcome.

I've done Service-Learning through Jumpstart at Lowell Day Nursery and as a tutor at the Bartlett school. Both experiences were different and unique and have guided the path I want to pursue.
~Weasner Nay (2016 grad with a Liberal Arts and Sciences Psychology Concentration)

 

photo of John EdmondsService-Learning provides students with a chance to discover how good it makes you feel to give to the community. Altruism is for the betterment of communities.
~John Edmonds, Adjunct Faculty in STEM & partner with the Bartlett School

 




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Middlesex service-learning students become role models for our members and the kids hear first-hand the importance of a college education.
~Lowell Boys and Girls Club
Last Modified: 9/19/16