OCTOBER 24–28, 2022

Nonprofit in Residence

Join fellow Huskers 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 network and learn about industries, internships, and volunteer opportunities.

The Nebraska Union on a sunny day

Monday: Oct. 24

Foster Care Closet

Our passion is to restore dignity to children as they navigate the crisis of foster care. We do this by providing a safe, intentionally designed waiting space for children as they enter into foster care and provide 5 NEW outfits of clothing. Visit their booth to learn about how you can volunteer.

Tuesday: Oct. 25

TeamMates Mentoring

TeamMates mentoring program matches young people with one-to-one mentors. Mentors are volunteers from the community who have made a commitment to this program and their student. Visit their booth to learn about how you can volunteer.

Wednesday:Oct. 26

Women on a Mission for Change

Women on a Mission for change will inclusively bridge women and girls to achieve their full potential and become empowered leaders of a greater community. Visit this booth to learn about how you can volunteer.

Thursday: Oct. 27

Aging Partners - NeighborLNK

Aging Partners plans, coordinates and advocates for older people in our eight-county area. Our mission is to enhance daily living, expand personal choices and educate the community to ensure the independence and full life of the people we serve. Visit this booth to learn about how you can volunteer.

Friday: Oct. 28

Bright Lights

Firight Lights, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has offered summer learning adventures to elementary and middle school students in the Lincoln, Nebraska community since 1987. Visit this booth to learn how you can volunteer.

For more information about Nonprofit in Residence week, contact Andrew Brown within Student Leadership, Involvement, & Community Engagement | andrew.brown@unl.edu | 402-472-8721.