LGN was proud to sponsor Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s Black Tie and Hard Hat Gala this past weekend and clearly, LGNers Jess Lindeen, Amos Briggs, Kevin Matzek, and Eura Chang were thrilled to attend (photobooth & all!) We have the privilege of representing Twin Cities Habitat at the Capitol and supporting their work to meaningfully address Minnesota’s racial homeownership gap and advance Black homeownership. As part of this work, Twin Cities Habitat advocated for a new $100 million First Generation Down Payment Assistance Program that will begin this summer.
As we celebrate another successful year of the Capitol Pathways Program—the only paid internship program in the state that opens a policy career pathway for BIPOC college students— we ask you to join us in investing in the next generation of civic leaders.
Leading to our celebration on June 22, we are hosting an online fundraising campaign to raise $10,000—all of which will go directly to support our student legislative and other professional development trainings in 2023. While our students are passionate about civic engagement and policy, many of them have never been exposed to the legislative process or Capitol. Through these trainings, they build career skills and gain technical knowledge of the legislative process to help them build the confidence and know-how to prepare for their policy internships.
Every gift—no matter the amount—moves us one step closer to our goal and truly makes a difference. Click here to donate today.
If you’d like to learn more about the impact of the Capitol Pathways program and students, read on to learn more about Jess Lindeen, Capitol Pathways host supervisor at Lockridge Grindal Nauen.Read more
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