The Public Service Network (PSN) is part of the rich history of the Philips Brooks House, and encompasses over 40 programs that offer an array of opportunities for students to work alongside community, organizations and schools who provide an array of health, educational and advocacy services. Public Service Network programs are partnered with community-based non-profits that serve the local community, as well as nationally coordinated issue-based advocacy campaigns and international development projects. Please browse through this website for more information.
- #Harvard2019, I chose @Harvard b/c of great academics & the "Harvard experience”, the best extra-curriculars of any school, esp. @HarvardIOP
- Congrats to Sam, Sarah, and student leaders who are launching the Y2Y Youth Homeless Shelter! t.co/072Xs2Bd7q via @BostonGlobe
- Important article about what the Ivy League needs to do to better support first gen college students! #firstgen t.co/TcVdyhm1QL
- Celebrating the birthday of our friend and dedicated public servant, Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson. t.co/dVrA8Zthl4