The 9/11 National Day of service is an event that began in 2002 in remembrance of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. You can honor the fallen individuals by registering for 9/11 National Day of Service in Lincoln. Visit the link below for details.More details at: http://engage.unl.edu/9-11-national-day-service
Center for Civic Engagement
Because of Syria and other humanitarian disasters, there are record numbers of refugees and displaced persons in the world today. The UN refugee agency is at the center of the global response. You can help by registering for the UN Hike to Help Refugees at Holmes Lake on Sept. 25 at unanebraska.org
This October, the Center for Civic Engagement will be traveling to Western NE to study immigration patterns and communities in Lexington and Scottsbluff. Info sessions for this Service-Study ASB will be on 9/14 at noon, and 9/15 at 5PM.
Have you ever been stressed? Campus Recreation is hosting Check Up From the Neck Up to help you determine your mental wellness. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/nvwp
The Asian Community & Cultural Center is looking for students to assist with set-up, activities, and take-down at their Harvest Moon Festival on Sept 17. Students who assist all day with receive a t-shirt and all volunteers will get to sample delicious Asian cuisines and enjoy cultural performances! Continue reading…
Freshman and sophomores are welcome to apply for the Environmental Leadership Program (ELP), a subcommittee within ASUN student government that works on projects that promote environmental sustainability on campus. Apply at the link below to learn more!More details at: http://asun.unl.edu/open-positions
Interested in a meaningful work experience with a nonprofit and the humanities? Humanities Nebraska has two internship opportunities available (Communications and Program). Submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com by Sept. 2.More details at: http://www.humanitiesnebraska.org/