Eastside Community and Service Coalition

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Mission

  • To partner across service providers to clarify and simplify access to resources. 

     

     


Current ELC Members

  • American Indian Family Center
    Americorp VISTA, Birth to Three Initiative, Office of Mayor Carter
    Capiusa
    Community Stabilization Project
    Eastside Freedom Library
    Eastside Xchange
    Payne PHalen Council
    St. Paul Libraries in conjunction with Wilder Foundation
    Saint Paul Parks and Recreation, Arlington 
    Saint Paul Parks and Recreaation, Community Ambassadors
    Saint Paul Public Schools Office of Early Learning 

     


Current Strategy Focus

    • Identify current resources on the Eastside of Saint Paul and potential gaps in their collective services.
    • Continue to delve into the topics of transportation accessibility and family opportunities.

Upcoming Meetings and Tabling Events

  • Upcoming Meetings:

    May 23rd, 3-4pm, Eastside Freedom Library

    June 6th, 3-4pm, Eastside YMCA

    July, TBD

    August, TBD

    September, TBD


OEL Seeks an ELC VISTA WORKER

Vista Recruitment
  • SPPS OEL seeks a driven individual with community mobilization skills.

    Position Title: Early Learning Coalition Connection VISTA

     

    The SPPS Office of Early Learning specifically works to ensure lasting achievement for all early learners. Our Early Learning Coalitions aid in this effort by collaborating with residents and organizations within communities for the benefit of families with young children.

     

    SPPS OEL is working collaboratively with Mayor Carter’s City of Saint Paul VISTA Program—which brings together organizations serving children from birth to three and their families to build “a Saint Paul that works for all of us”—including our youngest residents

     

    The ELC Connection VISTA will assist in increasing resident participation and voice in current ELCs, while also supporting sustainability across all ELCs.

     

    Contact: Nikole Logan
    651-216-2173 
    nikole.logan@spps.org