The real superpower?… Voting!

Community Organizer Kinzie Mabon shares her experience from Pride in the Park in Lincoln. For more information about our community outreach programs or to request a kid-friendly mock election, email Kinzie at kinzie.mabon@nereform.org. Saturday July 8th was a hot one, but I was very excited to represent Nebraskans for Civic Reform at Pride in the […]

JOB OPENINGS: Paid Canvassers (Lincoln)

Nebraskans for Civic Reform is seeking paid canvassers to conduct surveys in Lincoln neighborhoods beginning late July and ending in early October. Canvassers will go door-to-door and have in-depth conversations with residents about their community. This is joint project between the Civic Health Program and Voting Rights Program. Hiring immediately!  Earn $195 – $300 a week […]

Letter to Nebraska Voters: Your Personal Data

Last Wednesday state election officials, including Nebraska’s Secretary of State John Gale received a letter requesting the list of registered voters in that state and requesting sensitive data including birth dates, partial social security information, and address. The letter came from the Presidential Advisory Committee on Election Integrity, created by President Trump to investigate voter […]

Accounts Receivable & Payable Clerk

Position Summary Under the direct supervision of the Finance and Human Resources Manager, the Accounts Receivable & Payable Clerk will serve as the coordinator of all client receivables and assist in a variety of other accounting duties for the organization. The Accounts Receivable & Payable Clerk will directly supervise NCR’s Title XX program and must […]

What makes Small Towns Successful?

A recent study by a rural sociologist at Iowa State University examined the driving forces behind small town success.  Although it may come as a surprise to some, the findings showed that high quality of life in smaller communities is most attributed to social capital and civic measures. These findings are right in line with the 2015 Nebraska […]

Juneteenth in a Floodplain

Juneteenth is a holiday on June 17th to celebrate the end of slavery in the United States. The holiday celebrates the first day the abolishment of slavery was enacted in Texas, the final state to do so, in 1865. This past week, Equal Justice Corps (EJC) fellows from Lincoln joined the Clyde Malone Community Center […]

JOB OPENING: Collective Impact Lincoln Community Organizer

Position Summary: Under the direct supervision of the CIL Program Manager, the community organizer serves as a primary community contact for the residents of six neighborhoods identified by the Lincoln Vital Signs report. This position will require going door to door, attending community events, and building deep relationships in the neighborhoods identified by this initiative. […]

JOB OPENING: Lothrop Elementary School-Assistant Site Coordinator

Position: • Assistant Site Coordinator at Lothrop Elementary School Education: • Associate Degree in Education or related field preferred Experience and Requirements: Prior experience in staff supervision preferred Spanish language proficiency preferred Successful experience working with high risk children and families Excellent communication skills and ability to work with diverse individuals Successfully pass background criminal check […]

JOB OPENING: Lewis and Clark Middle School-Part Time Instructor

Job Description Part Time After School Instructor 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 […]