Community Partners

Thank you!
  • Community Partners enrich student life and learning by encouraging them to learn about their world through hands-on experiences.  Whether those experiences are cultural, agricultural, social, academic, and/or just plain fun, our community partners make a difference in every student's life.

    The links to the right offer more information about community partnerships at AIMS, and the logos link directly to community partner websites.

    If you are interested in partnering with us, please contact Donna Stein, Parent/Community Liaison.

    American Indian Family Center  651-793-3803

    • Family Support
    • Women's Health
    • Youth Development
    • Employment Services


Minnesota Wildlife Refuge

  • Minnesota Wildlife Refuge Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge is located within the urban and suburban areas of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Click on the image for more information.

Division of Indian Work

  • Division of Indian Work The Division of Indian Work (DIW) serves the social needs of urban American Indians while honoring cultural tradition.

Hands On Twin Cities

  • Hands on Twin Cities Spring is right around the corner! In just over a month, volunteers will be honoring Earth Day by planting gardens, picking up trash and revitalizing communities throughout the Twin Cities.

Junior Achievement

  • Junior Achievement offers financial literacy, college and career readiness, and entrepreneurship education to K-12 students in Minnesota, North Dakota and western Wisconsin.

Minnesota Reading Corps

  • Minnesota Reading Corps As the nation's largest state AmeriCorps program, Minnesota Reading Corps is a strategic initiative of ServeMinnesota

Macalester College Bonner Scholars

  • Macalester College Bonner Scholars

SPPS Foundation

  • Saint Paul Public Schools Foundation

Gehl's Buffalo Ranch

  • Gehl's Buffalo Ranch

Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed Project

  • Ramsey Washington Metro District