Category Archives: Alumni Volunteering

Thanks to the nine alumni who volunteered at Mitchell’s Self-Help Clinic this Spring

After a promising 10-week pilot in the fall, Mitchell’s new walk-in pro se clinic–staffed by volunteer alumni, students via the Minnesota Justice Foundation, and the Mitchell library staff–became a permanent clinic this spring. Over the course of the year the Saturday afternoon clinic served 90 patrons. Many thanks to Rachael Bendtsen ’08, Nina Carranco ’08, …

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Alumni volunteers help make pro se clinic pilot a success

Ten alumni volunteered almost 100 hours of their time this past fall at the self-help pro se clinic established by the Minnesota Justice Foundation student chapter and the staff of the Warren E. Burger Library.  The clinic was staffed each Saturday, on average, with ten student volunteers and three alumni volunteers, and assisted 45 patrons over the 10-week …

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Project Homeless Connect once again a success thanks to Mitchell alumni and students

An impressive contingent of Mitchell alumni and students volunteered yesterday at the 9th Minneapolis Project Homeless Connect. This event, based on a nationally implemented best practice, is a one-stop-shop of support services, medical & dental care, and legal help to address the numerous and complex barriers that prevent homeless (and near homeless) individuals and families …

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