• Collaborative Mini-Grants

    2008-2009 Mini-Grants


    Project Description    

    Funding Provided

    Sara Lovat,
    Hancock Social Worker
    & Whitney Klein,
    Hamline Student


    Social Work Intern Placement -- Whitney Klein worked under Sara Lovat to complete semester-long internship.  Whitney worked with HH students individually, in small groups, and in the classroom.



    Work-study funding for internship.

    Kay Le, Hancock Nurse/ Whitney Klein, Hamline Student, Jessica Katorski, Hamline Apartment Manager


    Connecting Campuses Through Coats --Coordinated a coat drive for both HU and HH in order to provide winter coats for HH students.



    New coats, supplies, fliers, large boxes.

    Cat Polivoda and Adam Vetvick, Hamline Students/ Nancy Gammel, Hancock Family Liaison


    Youth VOICE Students as Mentors to Hancock Youth -- HU students brought the students they mentor at McVay Youth Partnership to mentor HH students.



    Markers and sports equipment.


    Craig Anderson, Hancock Curriculum Coordinator and Liaison to the Collaboration, Ron Woodbury, Hancock PE Teacher, Coach Bonnie, Adaptive PE teacher/ Frank Vaccaro, Hamline Swim Coach



    Swimming Lessons -- Provided swim lessons for 5th and 6th graders. 

    Life guards, swimming teachers.

    Glynis Grostephan, and Earth Day Festival Committee (Hancock Teachers): Carol Schjei, Kristen Polanski, Joel Engstrom, and Fawn Nguyen

    11th Annual Hancock-Hamline Collaborative    Earth Day Festival -- Increased participation of Hamline students and staff  to showcase our Hancock-Hamline collaborations.

    SnowKone machine rental, cups and syrup, weather balloon and globes (nametags/stickers).

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  • Wesley Center News

    From Sunday, September 27 - Sunday, October 4 the Jewish community celebrates Sukkot. The Wesley Center has provided a Sukkah on campus, outside the library near the Law School.

    The Hamline Church United Methodist is celebrating their 135th anniversary after recently being listed on the Minnesota Annual Conference list of historic places. There will be a special service and an archival display to celebrate this historic institution and the close relationship it has with Hamline University.