Welcome to the Human Services Program!
The Human Services program prepares students for careers in social change by providing students with the theoretical and skill-based background necessary for practice and research.
The Human Services program strives to provide a holistic educational experience for all of our students. Consistent with CSSH’s Experiential Liberal Arts (ELA) emphasis, our students combine Northeastern’s signature focus on experiential learning, grounded in co-operative education, with the rigorous study of society, culture, politics, and ethics in a way that is mutually reinforcing.
The Northeastern Center of Community Service has Community Partner Grants available up to $1,000 for non-profit organizations in our surrounding neighborhoods. Organizations that engage or have engaged with the Center of Community Service within the past five years are eligible to apply! Applications are due on Sunday, the 24th of February. To learn more about the Community Grants program and this years application cycle, please click here.
The winners of the CSSH 2018-19 Outstanding Teaching Awards have been announced, including Ruth Economou, Part-Time Lecturer, Human Services Program and School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs! Ruth Economou, Part-Time Lecturer, Human Services Program and School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs. With this award, the college recognizes Ruth Economou’s commitment to students experiencing the…
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It’s hard to pick up the paper or sign on to social media without facing a barrage of news stories related to sexual violence. While it’s great that #MeToo has pushed the national dialogue about sexual violence to the forefront, it can also be overwhelming. In the midst of all this, you—survivors, significant others, and…
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A millennial response to the Globe Spotlight Series on Race is being held on April 12, 2018 FROM 6:30-8 at the Emerson Paramount Center with a small reception to follow. The Boston Globe series highlighted the black brain drain happening in Boston and we will engage with the young people who have chosen to stay…
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"Who Tells the Story?"
Kate Marple, a Human Services program alum and current lecturer, continues her passion outside of the classroom to help nonprofits partner with clients and communities to tell their own stories. Through her project “Who Tells the Story,” she does jus...