JOB OPENING- Assistant Site Coordinator-Campbell CLC

Campbell Elementary Community Learning Center Assistant Site Coordinator  Program Description: The Campbell CLC develops partnerships that provide opportunities and support services that lead to improved student learning, stronger families, and healthy neighborhoods. The Campbell CLC programming allows students to expand their knowledge in selected areas through hands-on enrichment opportunities provided during the before and after […]

EJC: Meet the Omaha Fellows

The Equal Justice Corps is a joint program with Legal Aid of Nebraska to reach out to communities and Nebraskans across the state. Fellows attend community events, meet with key constituencies, and share the programs available at Legal Aid and NCR. Meet our 2017 fellows… Kate Swinarski Kate is a junior at Creighton University, where […]

Introducing the Equal Justice Corps

We’re excited to announce a joint venture with our friends at Legal Aid of Nebraska, the Equal Justice Corps. Last summer, Legal Aid launched the Equal Justice Corps to provide college-aged students with hands on experience in communities across Nebraska and promote Legal Aid as a resource to all Nebraskans. This year Nebraskans for Civic […]

Collective Impact Lincoln Program Manager

Position Summary Under the direct supervision of the Director of Civic Health programs, the Program Manager will serve as the coordinator of all Collective Impact Lincoln (CIL) program staff and initiatives. The Program Manager will directly supervise the community organizer, coordinate the (CIL) program partners, and oversee the creation and implementation of the Neighborhood Leadership […]

Exciting News from Woods Charitable Fund

Woods Charitable Fund’s Board of Directors has awarded its first Breakthrough Initiative Grant to Nebraskans for Civic Reform as the lead agency on a collaborative project called Collective Impact Lincoln. The initiative is intended to benefit low-income, working Lincolnites through a number of actions including neighborhood revitalization, engagement and advocacy. The initiative will solicit input […]

NCR Saves the (Election) Day

  So you mailed in your early ballot, but did you remember to sign the envelope? Last fall, it was reported that over 1,000 ballots were rejected by the Douglas County Election Commissioner’s office, a majority of those because the voter forgot to sign the envelope. An easy fix, but, swamped with the upcoming election, the […]