We believe students deserve a flexible framework of opportunities so they can build their own pathway toward academic success. Our expert faculty and advisors are here to help.
Below are additional resources curated to help the Human Services student.
Curriculum and Planning
CSSH Peer Mentors are upperclass students who guide incoming first-year students within their majors. Each peer mentoring program’s goal is the same: helping first-year students and transfer students feel connected to their departments and supported by peers during the first and second semester on campus.
Learn more about the CSSH Human Services Peer Mentoring Program here.
Before a Human Services student graduates, they will be required to spend a semester in a human services organization as an intern. The internship course is offered both Fall and Spring semesters. Learn more here.
Faculty-led programs, offered during the summer, that focus on critical issues facing students and their peers at both the local and global levels.
The Human Services has offered several options for our students.
Academic Catalogs, Office of the University Registrar
Catalog and Course Descriptions Administrative policies, academic curricula, and course descriptions.
A Human Services subject guide to online and print resources for human services research curated from the Northeastern Library.
This program helps students identify which course have which courses have NUpath attributes.
The Northeastern’s Writing Center
is open to students, staff, faculty, and alumni of Northeastern and exist to help writers at any level, and from any academic discipline, in their written communication.
Welcome to We Care…
…where you can get the support you need!
Learn more here.
Human Services Library Resource a guide to online and print resources for human services research.
The Office of City and Community Engagement is an active and responsible contributor to our local and campus communities by fostering collaborative relationships and partnerships that connect, educate, and engage people and organizations throughout our network. Components of their work include service-learning and alternative spring break.
Access free online software training
LinkedIn Learning is a leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Through individual, corporate, academic and government subscriptions, members have access to LinkedIn’s video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts.
- Log into the Student Hub
- Click on “Resources” then on “Miscellaneous”
- LinkedInLearning should be on the list of links.
This resource displays all of the classroom modules that have been created by members of the Digital Integration Teaching Initiative team. The materials are organized by thematic content, along with the course, year, project title, and a link to the class module. Topics such as excel, twitter podcasting, and citation are covered.
Student organizations are a great way to get involved outside the class in an area of interest to you. Learn more about what other Human Services Student’s have chosen to become engaged in on campus here.
Northeastern’s Library offers weekly workshops on how to use various reference and citation software applications. Check out upcoming sessions at https://northeastern.libcal.com/
Below are additional resources curated to help the Human Services student post graduation.
Human Services and Social Work Partnership
Human Services students are eligible to apply to the Simmons SSW for the degree of Masters in Social Work (MSW) in both the campus-based or online formats, including full-time, part-time (extended), and accelerated options.
Learn more here.
The Double Husky Scholarship helps Northeastern alumni finance their graduate education by offering a 25 percent tuition discount on more than 110 eligible programs.
Learn about the University program here.
The College Student Development and Counseling Program (CSDC) at Northeastern University aims to create mindful, action-oriented leaders, specifically in the field of higher education and student affairs. It is the goal of the program to focus on counseling, college student development, the history and philosophy of the student affairs profession, and the organization and administration of the field.
Learn more here.
We prepare leaders to address complex problems, serve communities and build a just, sustainable, and resilient world.
Learn more about their graduate programs here.
A Human Services subject guide to support the transition from co-op to career curated from the Northeastern Library.
Learn more about what supports the Human Services Program has to offer here.
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