• Civic Engagement and Community Service

    Growing out of Hamline University’s vision to be “locally engaged and globally connected” and the Wesley Center’s statement of purpose “to connect the pursuit of the common good with growth of the whole person, through compassionate action and courageous reflection,” Civic Engagement and Community Service programs include "LEAP into St. Paul," which introduces students to opportunities for engagement and service with a variety of local community organizations.

    Students interested in volunteer placements can also review the list of volunteer opportunities included on this site. Community organizations wishing to post volunteer opportunities can do so via the "Submit a Volunteer Opportunity" link on the left sidebar menu.

    If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Wesley Center at 651-523-2483.

     If you would like more information about "LEAP into St. Paul," please contact Maggie Blackmon at mblackmon01@hamline.edu.

    Job Opportunity

    Now Hiring: Community Service Initiatives Student Assistant
    Two new work-study positions are available with Community Service Initiatives in the Wesley Center. Positions are 8-10 hours/week starting September 2014-May 2015. If you have a passion for service, creative outreach, and meaningful engagement, please apply today! Only Hamline students who are eligible for work-study may apply.
     
    How to Apply: Contact Maggie Blackmon, Coordinator of Community Service Initiatives at mblackmon01@hamline.edu or 651-523-2483

  • Hamline News

    The Hamline community is invited to a reception displaying the art and biology findings of the, "Exploring the Natural World through Art and Biology" J-term class on Tuesday, January 27 at 4 p.m in Giddens Learning Center Art Gallery.

    Hamline University names Karen Heggernes as its first-ever women’s lacrosse coach. Pipers Lacrosse will take the field in spring 2016.

    The Wesley Center and  Hamline School of Education invite the Hamline community to help fold 1,000 birds of peace as part of the St. Paul-Nagasaki Project.