Interactive Maps of Key Partnerships

Check out our interactive maps to learn more about the ways their respective issue areas relate to the Twin Cities, and how you can get involved. Each module provides multimedia background information on the featured issue, and highlights community organizations that Macalester students work with in those areas. When we begin volunteering or interning with a community partner organization, we are entering into a story that pre-dates us and will continue after we move on. For this reason, the Community Engagement Center emphasizes ongoing, reciprocal relationships with community partners, and in the interactive maps, we have worked to provide information as well as some local context.

Image shows George Floyd's memorial in front of Cup Foods on Lake Street. In front of a colorful mural of George Floyd, hundreds of colorful flowers and community art recognizing Floyd's life are laid.


Arts for Social Change




Students walking through a prairie.


Environment & Sustainability




A Macalester student sits chatting with two elderly women.


Health & Wellness




Three Macalester students stand next to Mayor Carter (mayor of Saint Paul), holding signs that promote a fifteen dollar minimum wage.


Housing, Work, & Food Justice




Two Somali men twirl women in hijabs around them in a dance on the street.


Immigrants & Refugees




Image shows a woman wearing a mask and a hijab with her hair in the air in front of a group of people marching after the murder of George Floyd.


Policy & Justice




Children playing with arts and crafts materials


Youth & Tutoring




Community Partner Information