• Hamline to Hamline Collaboration

  • Hand in Hand Buddy Application






    Email address:


    If you are a returning volunteer, would you like the same buddy, if possible?



    If yes, what is your buddy's full name and what grade were they in last year?



    What grades would you prefer? (1-2, 3-4, 5-6 or no preference)



    Please list at least three different times that you are available to volunteer.  Keep in mind that volunteer sessions are 45 minutes long and Hancock is open 9:15am-3:45pm

    (NOTE: Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 1:00pm is not considered three different times unless it is the only hour you are available.  Monday at 1:00pm, Wednesday at 10:15am, and Thursday at 2:00 are three different times.)



    Do you speak a foreign language?  If so, what language?



    For Returning Volunteers: Did you find the prompts in last year's buddy book helpful?


    Comments about the organization last year and suggestions for improvement:


    When you are finished, please verify your information and click submit once (this may take several minutes).  When your application has been received you will be taken to a confirmation page.

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