Hamline Midway Early Learning Coalition

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  • The Hamline Midway Early Learning Coalition exists to connect resources to people and people to each other by actively pursuing and demanding equitable access for all families within our community.

Current ELC Members

  • Partners:
    Jessica Kopp, Community Member
    Karen McCauley, Community Member
    Hamline Elementary
    Hamline Midway Coalition
    Saint Paul Parks and Recreation - Hancock Recreation Center
    Saint Paul Public Schools Office of Early Learning


    Saint Paul Police Department, Crime Prevention
    Midway YMCA, Family Engagement
    Saint Paul Public Library, Hamline branch
    Hamline University School of Education

    Aqueela Roberson
    Galtier Elementary


Current Strategy Plan

  • The Hamline Midway Early Learning Coalition aims to support youth, ages 0-14, in the Hamline Midway area by:

    • Increasing equitable access to resources for famlies,
    • Connecting resources to people and people to resources, 
    • Identifying quality enrichment, engagement, and support opportunities for youth, and
    • Engaging in community to support youth and the families that nestle them.

Upcoming Meetings and Tabling Events

  • Upcoming Meetings:

    Tuesday, May 14th, 9:30 - 11:30am, SnackChat @ Griggs Midway Building (504 Fairview N.)
    Tuesday, June 4th, 9:30 - 11:30, Hancock Recreation Center
    July, TBD
    August, TBD
    September, TBD


    Upcoming Tabling Events:

    Summer Kick-Off, Hosted by Hamline Midway ELC
    Friday, June 7th, 4:30 - 6pm, Location TBD



OEL Seeking a 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