Farewell Bri!

As with any organization, programs change, and people come and go. Today is one of those bitter sweet days for Nebraskans for Civic Reform as our first full-time Director of Voting Rights, Bri McLarty, leaves for an exciting new opportunity after over three years of building the program, first as a law clerk and then […]

Build Up Omaha Award Spotlight:LD Richardson

L D. Richardson, Sr. is the Senior Pastor of the Mount Zion Community Church located in South Omaha and the Chairman of the South Omaha Violence Intervention & Prevention Community Coalition (SOVIP).  The SOVIP Coalition is striving to bring community agencies, residents, and government officials together to address the needs and issues related to violence and […]

Job Opportunity: Paid Canvasser (Voting Rights Program)

Nebraskans for Civic Reform is seeking paid canvassers to conduct surveys in Northeast Omaha neighborhoods beginning early-October and ending in early November. Canvassers will go door-to-door and have in-depth conversations with residents about their community. This is joint project with Nebraskans for Civic Reform, League of Women Voters – Greater Omaha, and Holland Children’s Institute. […]

Assistant Site Director of CLC Programming at Sherman Elementary

Education: • Associate Degree in Education or related field preferred   Experience and Requirements: • Two years successful experience providing school-based or school-related programming • Successful experience working with high risk children and families • Excellent communication skills and ability to work with diverse individuals • Prior experience in staff supervision preferred • Spanish language […]

Sherman Sharks Stock Little Free Pantries in Omaha

This summer at Sherman Elementary Community Learning Center (CLC) Krystyne Sickler, a Social Work student from Nebraska Wesleyan, partnered with stakeholders within the Sherman Community to feed those in need. Over the course of the summer program 1,504 meals were provided to the residents of the Sherman community.   Maria Castenada, a Sherman community member, […]