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Please use this page to find opportunities to serve as a volunteer with Leadership Lincoln and with other organizations in Lincoln. In addition, we share employment opportunities in Lincoln's nonprofit sector.


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Leadership Lincoln's programs are a team effort, we need your leadership to further our mission! Committees typically meet once a month.

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Community Service Opportunities

  • Wellbeing Initiative seeks Board of Directors Volunteers

    The Wellbeing Initiative is in need of new Board of Directors volunteers that have a passion for improving the state of Mental Health services and peer support opportunities for Lincoln residents. The organization's mission is to connect individuals and organizations providing mental health related peer services and build capacity and sustainability for those peer support efforts. The organization also provides training for individuals in recovery through The Orchard.

    We are specifically seeking board member candidates who have expertise in accounting/finance, legal experience/lawyers and other professionals who are seeking to join a fairly new organization where they can have a significant impact through leadership.

    For more information:
    Matt Walters
    Executive Director
    waltersmatt93@gmail.com

  • Since 1955, the Belmont Community Center has provided the Belmont community with a variety of beneficial programs. The center currently offers before and after school programs for K-6 students, along with a full summer care program. In addition to this, Preschool classes are offered as well.

    For More Information:
    Tray Zimmerman
    belmontcc@windstream.net

  • We are currently looking to fill some spots on our board of directors. Given, we are a little different then some other 510(c)3 organizations (as we are a private school), we would greatly benefit from a variety of skills and perspectives that new board from the broader community can bring to the table.

    Our fiscal year runs from September through August and we meet no less than 6 times during this period (but no more than monthly), usually on the third Thursday in the evening in Lincoln.

    For More Information:
    Julianna Grabianowski, Ph.D.
    Executive Director
    julianna@prairiehill.com
    (402) 438-6668

  • Houses of Hope provides residential treatment and case management services for individuals experiencing cooccurring alcohol/drug and mental health concerns.

    Houses of Hope served 830 individuals in the past year.

    We are looking for individuals:

    • Who represent the diversity of clients we serve
    • With a keen interest in recovery and community based behavioral health (substance use/mental health) treatment and support services
    • With experience in fields of marketing, public relations, finance, legal or probation/criminal justice

    For More Information:
    Jay Conrad
    jconrad@housesofhope.com
    402.435.3165 X110

  • Nonprofits in Lincoln need your help! VolunteerLinc can help to connect to you to over 300 organizations with volunteer needs. Visit us online, create a profile, then search for the volunteer need to best fits your interests and availability!

    Click Here to learn more!

  • Mental Health First Aid
    This 8-hour training course is designed to give you key skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or is experiencing a mental health crisis. Just as CPR training helps a layperson without medical training assist an individual following a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid training helps a layperson to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health illnesses and addictions. You are more likely to encounter someone — friend, family member, student, neighbor, or member of the community — in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack. You can help.

    The evidence behind MHFA demonstrates that it makes people feel more comfortable managing a crisis situation and builds mental health literacy.

    Training Schedule for Adult Mental Health First Aid

    • October 23, 2018
    • December 6, 2018
    • February 7, 2019
    • April 9, 2019
    • June 27, 2019
    Click Here to register for free training!

    Youth Mental Health First Aid
    A young person you know could be experiencing a mental health challenge or crisis. You can help them.

    You are more likely to encounter someone — friend, family member, student, neighbor, or member of the community — in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack. Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches a 5-step action plan to offer initial help to young people showing signs of a mental illness or in a crisis, and connect them with the appropriate professional, peer, social, or self-help care.

    Anyone can take the 8-hour Youth Mental Health First Aid course, but it is ideally designed for adults who work with young people, ages 12-18 — teachers, coaches, leaders of faith communities, social workers, and other caring citizens.

    Training Schedule for Adult Mental Health First Aid

    • November 13, 2018
    • January 15, 2019
    • March 21, 2019
    • May 14, 2019
    Click Here to register for free training!

    QPR Training
    QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer -3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.

    The mission of QPR is to save lives and reduce suicidal behaviors by providing innovative, practical and proven suicide prevention training. QPR will train people to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade and refer someone to help. We believe that quality education empowers all people, regardless of their background, to make a positive difference in the life of someone they know. Gatekeepers can be anyone, but include parents, friends, neighbors, teachers, ministers, doctors, nurses, office supervisors, squad leaders, foremen, police officers, advisors, caseworkers, firefighters, and many others who are strategically positioned to recognize and refer someone at risk of suicide.

    This training is a 1 ½ hour QPR Gatekeeper Training.

    As a QPR-trained Gatekeeper you will learn to:

    • Recognize the warning signs of suicide
    • Know how to offer hope
    • Know how to get help and save a life

    Trainings will be held on the following dates:

    • January 11, 2019
    • March 8, 2019
    • May 10, 2019
    Click Here to register for free training!