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Volunteer Spotlight: Darlene Mason

It’s National Volunteer Week and we’re highlighting some of the incredible volunteers that make Nebraskans for Civic Reform possible. Read their story and learn more about how your can get involved. Darlene Mason has inspired all of us at NCR to continue fighting to pass legislation to eliminate the two-year waiting period required for returning […]

Civic Action Program Coordinator (Part-time)

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Civic Action Program Coordinator (Part-time)  Position Summary The Civic Action Program (CAP) Coordinator is responsible for creating and managing supplemental civic engagement programs for students, teachers, and community members. These programs include Capitol Experience Days, Civic Engagement Speaker’s Bureau, and the Equal Justice Corps. The CAP Coordinator also provides community engagement support for special events […]

Legislative Update: Be an Advocate

Here at Nebraskans for Civic Reform we want to improve civic health in Nebraska and that includes encouraging Nebraskans to interact with their elected officials. But we know sometimes that can seem daunting, especially when it comes to something as complex as the state budget. So what do you do? Well first, you check out […]

Upcoming City Elections

Hey voters! This post is all things Lincoln and Omaha city elections! First things first, make sure your registration is up to date by checking it here. IMPORTANT: While both cities had their primaries on the same day, the general elections are different. Lincoln Dates & Deadlines: Voter registration: By mail/online – April 14th; In-person […]


1327 H Street, Suite 102, Lincoln, NE 68508 "Capitol Park Building"
Main Line: 402.904.5191

Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center:
University of Nebraska Omaha
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182
Kent Day: 402.990.8489

After School Programs

NCR manages two after school programs in Omaha and Lincoln Public Schools.

Dawes Middle School
5130 Colfax Ave
Lincoln, Nebraska 68504
Phone: (402) 436-1211

Sherman Elementary
5618 N 14th Avenue
Omaha, Nebraska 68110
Phone: (402) 457-6711


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