Find Volunteer Opportunities

Our team serves as an access point for students and student organizations interested in engaging with the local community. Our team provides advising and project consultation, facilitates networking and travel experiences, and makes connections with campus and community partners.

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Handshake is the place for students of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to engage with employers and search/apply for internships, co-ops, part/full time jobs, work study, campus employment and volunteer opportunities.

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Connect with a Nonprofit

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Nonprofit in Residence

Join fellow huskers the third week of the month to network with local nonprofit organizations from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. located in the Nebraska Union across from the N-Card Office. Students can stop by to learn about internships and volunteer opportunities.

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Engage Lincoln Projects

Join fellow Huskers during the last week of the month volunteering at local nonprofit organizations. Each day will feature a different nonprofit you can volunteer at.

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Adopt a Nonprofit

The program is a placed-based initiative that matches student groups and campus offices to volunteer at a nonprofit organization as a group during the academic year. Interested groups can click the Learn More button below to sign up.

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Volunteer Ambassador

The program is a place-based initiative that matches individual students to volunteer at a nonprofit during the academic year. Interested students can click the Learn More button below to sign up.

Understand Community Needs

Gain information about the areas our community is successful in and areas where we have room to grow. Learn more about our community needs by reading the Lincoln Vital Signs Report.