Join us over Winter Break as we travel to the Deep South to study civil rights and serve communities in Mississippi and Alabama. The last info-session for this experience will be today at 4PM at the Center for Civic Engagement.
Center for Civic Engagement
Dare to Care is a food drive competition at UNL that collects items for the Food Bank of Lincoln to provide Thanksgiving meals for those in need. Register your team and bring your donations to the East Campus Union on Nov. 11. Both campuses will have collection bins for individual donations as well. Continue reading…More details at: http://engage.unl.edu/dare-care
VITA at UNL is seeking volunteer tax preparers to assist with the UNL Tax Credit Campaign and International Student Scholar tax sites this spring. No previous tax knowledge required. This is a great opportunity to serve the Lincoln community and boost your resume. Continue reading…
Click on the link below to choose your favorite student program, and the winner will win $1,000 to help fund their project.More details at: http://engage.unl.edu/give-back-big
The Hope College Center is seeking volunteers to aid in our mission of breaking the cycle of poverty. Volunteers are crucial to our success because they not only bring a wealth of resources that enrich our scholars’ lives. Apply by contacting email@example.com. Continue reading…More details at: https://hopecollegecenter.org/
The Malone Community Center will feature six films that highlight African American history, experiences, and culture at their center, 2032 U St. All films are free and will be followed by a discussion. Their first film will be November 15, 2016 at 7pm, "In the Heat of the Night." Continue reading…
Please come join the conversation and lend your perspective on how to encourage and involve young people in the Lincoln life on Nov. 15 at 5PM at the Nonprofit Hub. Continue reading…More details at: https://hopecollegecenter.org/2016/10/25/hope-at-5-the-power-of-engaging-young-people-in-volunteerism-social-action-and-philanthropy/