“You Make the Difference in the Omaha Community”
From The Bullseye --
A publication of the UNO Division of Student Affairs
There are so many opportunities available for students who are interested in volunteering for nonprofit organizations.
The Office of Civic and Social Responsibility connects you with service projects through annual service days, individual student program development, and monthly volunteer opportunities. It’s easy for you to discover new interests, ignite your passions, and develop leaderships skills by becoming involved service activities at UNO.
Signature Service Days
The university service days encourage UNO students and community members to learn about the issues we face as a community. The various service days give volunteers an opportunity to make a positive impact on social problems in Omaha. Also, service days provide you with opportunities to develop collaboration skills.
Last year's service days included:
- 9/11 Rememberance Day
- Three Days of Service
- Make a Difference Day
- Veteran's Day of Service
- World AIDS Day
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
- Seven Days of Service
- Global Youth Service Day
Volunteer Resource Center
Stay up to date on civic and social engagement opportunities throughout the community by clicking here or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be provided with information about nonprofit volunteer needs and reminded about university service events.
Stop by one of the volunteer fairs during the school year to learn more about ways you can get involved.
Office of Civic and Social Responsibility
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