The Human Services major is an academically rigorous program that prepares students for careers in social change. The mission of the Human Services program is to provide students with the theoretical and skill-based background necessary to practice in macro, mezzo, and micro arenas.
A Human Services student will take courses that are applicable and relevant to the field while honing their skills through our extensive experiential educational opportunities. Through courses, service-learning, co-op and the internship program, students are prepared to work in various capacities including: direct service, counseling, organizational development, political advocacy, community development and nonprofit management.
The Learning by Giving Foundation Presents the First-Ever Massive Open Online Course (M.O.O.C.) on Effective Charitable Giving by College & University Pressroom, Business Wire, May 9, 2013 (developed and taught by Rebecca Riccio)
Torch Scholars reflect on life-changing experiences, by Jason Kornwitz news @ Northeastern, May 3, 2013 (featuring alum Katty Mojica-Martinez and Joe Bordieri)
Take a class on Philanthropy and we’ll fund your grantmaking! by Learning by Giving, May, 2013 (developed and taught by Rebecca Riccio)
NS4G Celebrates Five Years of Making a Difference by Leslie Casey, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, April 30, 2013
Are you Not For Sale? by Monica Vallejo, WOOF, Spring 2013
Marathon Bombers’ Refugee Roots Shed Light on Trajectories by Silvia Dominguez, Huffington Post, April 25, 2013
Faculty Spotlight: Mentors in Violence Prevention, An interview with faculty member, Jarrod Chin, Service‐Learning student in Child Intervention and Treatment, Service‐Learning Newsletter, April 2013
about our program.