Jeremiah Program-Minneapolis/Saint Paul is pleased to announce the appointment of Ellen Klahn as Volunteer and Alumnae Services Coordinator. Ellen comes to this newly created position after two years in volunteer services and project management at Open Arms of MN. She brings experience in volunteer and intern recruitment, training, placement, management and recognition.
Ellen’s responsibilities with Jeremiah include building the volunteer department and working with the organization’s valued volunteers on the Minneapolis and Saint Paul campuses. She also will focus on growing services and programming for Jeremiah’s alumnae.
Ellen’s office is on the Saint Paul campus. She can be reached at (651) 332-5009 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Welcome!
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