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Juneteenth: The Official End of Slavery

Most of us probably remember learning about the end of slavery in third grade. The version many of us received was the one in which Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation and all of the slaves were freed when it…

Co-Creating Our New Space – An Ongoing Conversation

If you haven’t been to Impact Hub MSP recently, you’ve been missing out! Last week was a big one as we celebrated our attainment of Impact Hub status (read more about it here) AND our expansion into a larger space!…

Introducing Impact Hub MSP

After more than a year of business planning and community building the Minnesota Social Impact Center was honored with the sought-after Impact Hub status. Impact Hubs are part innovation lab, business incubator, and social enterprise community center. They offer a…

The Lean Data Class: A New Approach

This guest blog post was written by Impact Center member Terry Donovan. If you would like to connect with Terry, you can reach him on Twitter or LinkedIn. I recently took the Acumen+ Lean Data Approaches to Measuring Social Impact…

We’re open late in June!

We’re Open Late in June! Your Impact Center team is excited to announce that we will be offering late hours in June. Starting June 2nd, our coworking space will be open until 7 pm Tuesday through Thursday. The Twin Cities…

Fidel Asamoa-Tutu, bushCONNECT Changemaker

This May, Impact Hub MSP had the wonderful opportunity to host a cohort of Changemaker Awardees for the BushCONNECT conference, a regional networking event designed to build stronger and more meaningful connections among networks of leaders in the region. By…

Why I moved to Minnesota

Why I moved to Minnesota On January 1st, I announced that my husband and I were quitting our jobs on the Central Coast of California and moving to Minnesota. Californians and Minnesotans alike overwhelmingly responded by asking why would I…

Curating experiences with jabber logic

At Impact Hub MSP, we think about collective, positive impact every day. What does it mean to our communities? What does it look like in different neighborhoods? And how can we support it here in the Twin Cities? When we…

Traffic Zone & Art Space: Building Communities through the Arts

Did you know that 72% of business leaders say creativity is the number one skill they seek in new hires? What better way to tap into creativity than to surround yourself with artists! For this reason and so many more,…