Get Involved in the Hancock-Hamline Collaboration

Hancock-Hamline Collaboration Programs:


 Academic Pairings

Hamline Staff/Faculty pair with a Hancock classroom to provide academic programming or instruction for Hamline and/or Hancock students.

Get Involved: Join an existing academic pairing or start a new one! 
Contact: Margot Howard | Coordinator of the H-H Collaboration | mhoward03@hamline.edu

 

Hand in Hand
Hamline students mentor Hancock students

Get Involved: Become a Hand in Hand Mentor and/or join the Hand in Hand Executive Board to help lead the program! 
Contact: Brooklyn Petrich | Hand in Hand President | hamlinehih@gmail.com 
Apply: Click here for the Mentor Application


   


Snelling Connection
Hancock students report Collaboration news through a journalism class taught by Hamline students

Get Involved: 
Volunteer or tutor in Snelling Connection class.
Submit a story idea to the newsletter. Read the latest issue
Contact: Isaac Mullin and Zach Knudson | S.C. Co-Editors | snellingconnection17@gmail.com 


   


 Tutor Program
Hamline students tutor in Hancock classrooms

Get Involved: 
Become a tutor and get paid through Federal Work Study Aid (6450). 
Contact: Faduma Yakob | LEAD Tutor | leadtutor@gmail.com 


   



 Mini-Grants
Everyone is eligible to receive funding for a collaborative project, available through an application process

Get Involved: 
Have a collaborative project or program in mind? Apply for a mini-grant to fund your project!  
Contact: Margot Howard | Coordinator of the H-H Collaboration | mhoward03@hamline.edu
Apply: Click here for the Mini-Grant Application 


   



 School of Education Partnership
Hamline Education courses and clinicals pair with Hancock classrooms. 

Get Involved: 
Taking an education course at Hamline? Ask your professor about working with Hancock or fulfilling your clinical requirements at Hancock. 
Contact: Letitia Basford | Hamline Liaison to the H-H Collaboration | lbasford01@hamline.edu