CausesAdvocacy Arts & Culture Civic Engagement Community Environment Food Insecurity, Hunger Immigrants & Refugees Incarcerated, Formerly Incarcerated LGBTQ+ Legal Services Marginalized Populations Mental Health Services Politics Poverty & Basic Needs Professional Development Race & Ethnicity Social Justice
SkillsCleanups Communications Event Planning Help w/People Mentoring Office Work Recreational Activities Social Media Writing
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
College of Arts and Sciences
Center for Civic Engagement
Husker Civic Challenge
Recognized Student Organizations
University of Nebraska (NDRSC)
Nebraska Flood Recovery Serviceship
Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach
Jazz in June
Mandela Washington Fellowship
Serving Friendship Home in preparation for safe Quarters with Pepsi Scholars was a great experience. This was my first time! We put together boxes of t-shirts, fliers, and buckets for all of the different teams. I enjoyed seeing everyone work together, and it was neat to see what goes on behind the scenes for Safe Quarters prep.
I really enjoyed staffing the N150 booth at Jazz in June. I will definitely be coming back next year!
I had a great time meeting people today and teaching about GivePulse!
I really liked the formatting of the webinars. I especially liked the video on vulnerability and how we should encourage each other to be vulnerable, as it increases happiness and life satisfaction. I also learned a lot about the foundations of leadership, community capitals (as well as other types of capital), and group dynamics. I can specifically apply the group dynamic lesson to what I am doing here in the center by communicating with my supervisor and peers effectively and encouraging new ideas. It was beneficial reflecting on my own community capitals and thinking about what drives community development.