Foster a partnership to engage and connect with the UNO community. We invite nonprofits and other organizations to build collaborative partnerships with our university. Student volunteers have the opportunity to learn more about current social issues and how your organization meets the needs of the community. Join the Office of Civic and Social Responsibility by engaging students in service projects that benefit the community and support your organization’s mission and cause. Here are some programs to partner inside the Office of Civic and Social Responsibility.
We will be hosting monthly service opportunities in our office on the first Wednesday of the month from 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M. during the academic year. These sessions will be dedicated to service with the Omaha community. We are currently looking for fulfilling and enriching projects from your organization to host. We would like these projects to have the ability to be completed in an hour that will help your organization make an impact in your community. To partner, please fill out this form or email firstname.lastname@example.org@unomaha.edu.
Learning happens everywhere. The Collaborative is a co-curricular program designed to give students an opportunity to gain transferable job skills. These skills are highly valued within the professional world and therefore are great additions to your resume. While UNO students are improving their leadership, intercultural, social, and emotional competencies, they are simultaneously affecting positive social change in the Omaha Metro Area. This program aims to help students and nonprofit organizations come together to create service projects that address one or more of the current social issue areas affecting our community during the academic year. If you like to set up meeting to learn more, please contact Harnoor Singh, Program Coordinator, at email@example.com.
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