brian coyle

Founded to serve the “Ellis Island of the Midwest,” Brian Coyle Center is among the city’s busiest social service centers with a continuum of programs designed around the neighborhood’s rapidly changing immigrant communities.

A full list of resources and services is provided below. Some of these services include:

Free COVID-19 testing is available at this site every Monday and Friday from 1-4 p.m.

Many community organizations call the Brian Coyle Center home including:

  • American Nursing & Tech Institute
  • Capital Café LLC
  • Cedar Riverside Community Council
  • HAVOYOCO USA
  • Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid
  • CANA Inc.
  • Hennepin County Office of Multicultural Services 

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Youth Internships

Paid internships for young people that offer the opportunity to earn while they learn. Interns are paid to work as part of a team, often addressing an issue impacting their community. Interns also receive technical skills and workforce readiness training

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Tutoring

Homework help, tutoring, and literacy support. Days and times vary. Call your neighborhood center for details.

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Summer Youth Programs

Special interest clubs for middle school and high school aged youth that offer a safe place to learn and grow. Youth can choose to explore a variety of topics including the arts, media, agriculture, technology,  and entrepreneurship through individual and

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Special Events

Community and cultural celebrations that bring neighbors together. Dates and times vary. Check the event calendar for upcoming events.

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Room Rentals

Room rentals and event space for community groups, public meetings, and more. Reservations required. Call your neighborhood center for details.

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Playgrounds (seasonal)

Family-friendly outdoor spaces to play and connect with neighbors. Hours vary. Call your neighborhood center for details.

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