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  • Disability Related Support Services - Omaha

    Agency: League of Human Dignity

    Services for individuals with disabilities.  Includes information and referral, service coordination, independent living skills training, individual and system advocacy, equipment loan and rental, barrier removal consultations and grants, and disability awareness training.  Assists people with disabilities to transition from nursing homes to commun...

  • Discrimination Assistance - Cedar Rapids

    Agency: Iowa-Nebraska National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

    Purpose is to end racial discrimination for all. Civic, youth, education. Assists minority under-privileged youth, low income, elderly and multi-problem persons. Provides advocacy, job referrals, counseling, assistance with resumes. Provides positive role models and mentorship.

  • Constitutional/Civil Rights Group- Sioux City

    Agency: Iowa-Nebraska National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

    NAACP - Sioux City advocates for civil rights in the Sioux City community, conducts voter mobilization, partners with local businesses, mentors youth of color, and monitors equal opportunity in the public and private sectors. The Helen Louise Kendrick Honoree will receive a $1000.00 scholarship Second and t...

  • Mental Wellness Services

    Agency: Tanager Place

    Provides inpatient and outpatient mental health services to children and adolescents.

  • Education Services

    Agency: Fremont Public Schools

    Public school system.Early childhood program.Teammates program (Tom Osborne Program) provides mentoring.Newcomers program assists adjustment of non-English proficient students.Special education.

  • Education Services

    Agency: Elkhorn Public Schools

    Suburban K-12 school district located on the west edge of the Omaha Metro area.

  • Education Services

    Agency: Lincoln Literacy

    Volunteer tutors for adults, available to native speakers of English seeking to improve literacy skills and those learning English as a new language (English Language Learners).One to one instruction is available for learners desiring to work at their own pace and/or on a specific skill area.Small group tutoring is offered through programs organize...

  • Youth Development Programs

    Agency: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands

    Character and leadership development.  Programs include aquatics, arts, sports, fitness and recreation, health and life skills, educational and career development, job training, career preparation, tutoring services, and age appropriate community service.  Outdoor activities, including Carter Lake Summer Camp (Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm).Meals served.  Limi...

  • Family Support Center

    Agency: Children and Families First

    CHILDREN AND FAMILIES FIRST offers counseling for children, adolescents and families. Focus on issues such as family life, parenting issues, mentoring, grief support, spiritual enrichment, literacy development, and educational consulting. The program exists to strengthen families by working to eradicate violence against women, improve family relati...

  • Youth Development Mentoring and Scholarship Program

    Agency: Partnership 4 Kids

    Offers mentoring, goal achievement and college-bound programming to youth from Omaha’s under-resourced communities, providing these students with a continuum of support from pre-kindergarten to careers.

  • Mentoring Programs

    Agency: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Iowa

    BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF CENTRAL IOWA matches adult volunteers with children who need a supportive adult in their life. The program recruits men and women who are willing to make a commitment to a child for at least one year. Volunteers spend 4 hours a month with a child, participating in activities of their choice throughout the community (goin...

  • After School/Summer Programs for Girls

    Agency: Girls Incorporated of Sioux City

    After school and summer programs for girls. Tutoring, health and sexuality, leadership and life planning, self-reliance, life skills, sports and adventure.

  • Youth Development Programs

    Agency: Girls Inc. of Omaha

    Social development, social recreation, art, dance, drama, and physical education.  Education support (grades K-12) including tutoring and computer training.  STEM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).Career development (7-18 years), including non-traditional careers.Family counselingUSDA Meal Program, nutrition education, gardeni...

  • Youth Development Programs

    Agency: Hope Center for Kids, The

    Education support, with the goal that youth and children will graduate from high school with the expectation of pursuing learning opportunities after high school.Employability skills, so youth will be prepared to develop the skills needed to be gainfully employed; goal is that youth will be ready to get and keep a job at completion of their time at...

  • Mentoring Services

    Agency: Mentor Iowa

    MENTOR IOWA provides trained volunteer mentors to abused, neglected, and/or delinquent youth/children. The agency does this by working in partnership with children, their families, schools and the community. Programs include:ONE-ON-ONE PROGRAM: matches a volunteer mentor with a Child in Need of Assistance or (CINA). Mentor Iowa works directly with ...

  • OST (Out of school time)

    Agency: Willkie House, Inc

    OST (Out of School Time) provides remedial learning services to 50 targeted 7th graders.

  • Leadership Mentoring

    Agency: University of Nebraska - Lincoln

    Strengths-based leadership mentoring program at the University of Nebraska that pairs college student leaders in one-to-one relationships with K-12 student leaders in Lincoln schools.

  • Mentoring Program

    Agency: TeamMates Mentoring Program

    School-based mentoring program pairs adult volunteers one-to-one with students.

  • Mentoring Program

    Agency: Friends Program of Kearney The

    Community volunteers, college students or high school students spend a minimum of one hour per week with an elementary child to provide one on one mentoring.

  • Mentoring Programs

    Agency: Big Brothers Big Sisters Lincoln

    Volunteers provide school aged youth one-to-one time and attention through a community match.  Volunteer Bigs in the community-based program spend 4-6 hours per month with their Littles in the community. 12 month commitment required. Cannot be receiving any other mentoring services.

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