City and Community Engagement offers several opportunities and programs for Northeastern faculty to engage with Boston residents and community organizations, including nonprofits and schools. We’ll work with you to develop service-learning courses, conduct research with a nonprofit, or co-host an event with a community organization, to name a few examples.
Embed a service or community engagement component in a course
Integrate service or community engagement into your teaching as a meaningful way to deliver course content.
Conduct research about service-learning and community engagement
Examine the impact of service-learning and community engagement through research.
Conduct research in collaboration with a community organization
Work with CCE to initiate a research project with community residents or organizations.
Co-host a program with a community organization or CCE
Build connections with the community by co-hosting and organizing an event, such as a lecture, panel, or forum.
Request a CCE presentation in your classroom
Invite CCE to inform your students or colleagues about ways they can serve through our programs and events.
Request a CCE-led community walk for your students or colleagues
Provide your students or office team the opportunity to learn more about the neighborhoods near Northeastern’s Boston campus.
Request help marketing a Northeastern event to the Boston community
Leverage CCE’s connections to promote your forums, lectures, or panels to local residents and community organizations.
Book event space at Northeastern Crossing
Request space to host a community-focused meeting, training, or other event.