New Release: Civic Health Infographics

^Click the photo above for full graphic What does civic health look like in Nebraska?  Every #WellnessWednesday through the end of 2015, Nebraskans for Civic Reform will be releasing a new infographic depicting current civic health in our state. Check back for new graphics each week, follow the launch on Facebook and Twitter, and be sure to […]

Spring Internships – Apply Now!

Undergraduates and high school students – NCR is looking for interns during the spring semester to help achieve our goals in multiple program areas. Are you interested in working to protect voting rights? To increase youth community engagement? To learn about working at a non-profit organization? To learn more about civic institutions in Nebraska? NCR is […]

Intern Blog Post: 6 Things We Learned from LR 335 Hearing

Intern Blog Post: 6 Things We Learned from the LR 335 Hearing   Fall Voting Rights interns Conner Kozisek and Sarah Wagelie have been researching Nebraska’s policies related to the 2014 Presidential Commission on Election Administration (PCEA) report outlining recommendations and best practices to improve the voting experience.  Below are the lessons they learned preparing […]

Student Voice: Civic Health in Practice

This past spring, Elizabeth Gao participated in a civic health community conversation hosted by NCR and focused on the findings of the 2015 Nebraska Civic Health Index. Since then, Elizabeth has become an NCR intern, and this summer will be posting her perspective on youth and civic engagement. By Elizabeth Gao Today’s media attention often […]

Spring Internships Available

Undergraduates and high school students – NCR is looking for interns during the spring semester to help achieve our goals in multiple program areas. Are you interested in working to protect voting rights? To increase youth community engagement? To learn about working at a non-profit organization? To learn more about civic institutions in Nebraska? NCR […]