In Your Community
Living off campus gives us the unique opportunity to get involved in our community and meet neighbors. The Community Ambassadors host events off campus, attend community meetings and gatherings to learn about their neighborhood, and can help you find some of your neighborhood’s hidden gems!
See some of our off campus events below and how you can get involved with us!
Fall 2022 Opportunities
We often hear of great ways to get involved off campus and want to share them with you. If you follow us on social media, or subscribe to our newsletter, this is the best way to get timely updates.
Here are upcoming opportunities in our local community for Fall 2022:
- Volunteer for (or participate in) the Mission Hill Road Race! This annual race is occuring this year on Saturday, September 24th. More info here.
NU Service Opportunities for 2022:
- Join the Community Volunteers Program starting September 26th! You will be able to volunteer at an organization regularly. Deadline is 9/19. Learn more and apply here.
- Receive service opportunities in your inbox! Sign up for the NU Community Service Weekly Digest here.
During the spring and fall we host between 8-10 clean ups in Mission Hill, Fenway and South End/Roxbury neighborhoods. CA’s meet up with students, hand out supplies, and lead the group through the streets to keep our community looking beautiful! After the 1 hour clean up, join your new friends and CAs for a light breakfast at a local coffee shop. Email email@example.com to sign up for Breakfast Club!
Breakfast club is only offered in the fall and spring semesters. More information, including our weekly Breakfast Club dates here.
Engage with others!
We also host other events to allow off campus students to engage with each other. From trips to Salem during Halloween to community socials, we love to get off campus students together just for some fun social activities.
Community Husky Award
Students chosen for the Community Husky Award were nominated by their peers and community members as being involved off campus, participating in community service, and for being a good neighbor!
Community Husky Award Recipients:
2022: Maggie Sexton-Dwyer
2020: Yasser Aponte
2019: Rachael Biega
2018: Azzira Azli
2017: Ling Zhong
2016: Miquela Burgos
Co-op Mentor Program
The Northeastern Co-op Mentor program allows alumni and students from around the world to engage and expand their personal network. This program, developed by the Office of Alumni Relations, it makes it easy for you to make a strong connection with a student in your city. Alumni mentors help co-op students navigate their careers and professional development, potentially transforming their co-op experience, while co-op students get the opportunity to gain valuable expertise and knowledge from alumni who are leaders in their fields. Students and alumni can leverage the robust, global Northeastern network to achieve what’s next.