Service-Learning: Organization List

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TEAMS Educational Center
TEAMS Educational Center’s primary purpose is reaching out to the Lincoln community and surrounding areas to offer assistance to educators and parents with children in need of tutoring. TEAMS tutors children—and adults—with learning differences including those who are hard-of-hearing, deaf, dyslexic, attention deficit disorder and cognitive deficiencies.
People’s City Mission
People’s City Mission is a faith-based organization that acts as an emergency homeless shelter for men, women, and children in the Lincoln area. People’s City Mission has been helping families since 1907.
Behave’n Kids
Behave’n Kids is committed to providing early intervention services to children with moderate, severe, or chronic behavior problems. It is dedicated to work together with each child’s family and community to enhance the child’s success.
St. Monica’s Behavioral Health Services
St. Monica's is a behavioral health treatment organization dedicated to serving women, giving them a safe place to stay, and the skills they need to change their own lives. Women of all cultures are served, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, economic status, or education. St. Monica's accepts women age ...
Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast NE, Inc.
Goodwill Industries Serving Southeast Nebraska, Inc., is a non-profit organization providing employment and training opportunities to people with disabilities or other special needs. Volunteers help with all aspects of retail, as well as working with individuals with disabilities, immigrants, refugees, persons with life barriers, addictions, and others.
Domesti-Pups is a volunteer-based organization, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for persons with special needs through the assistance of animals and to promote awareness through education. This group provides service dogs for persons with disabilities, pet therapy programs, classroom dogs, and educational programs. The many different ...
Mary Riepma Ross Film Theatre
The Mary Riepma Ross Film Theatre is a non-profit film exhibition program. The Ross is committed to screening a wide diversity of high quality film and video: innovative American independent work including non-narrative, experimental films and video; classic foreign and American cinema illustrative of traditional and historical perspectives; documentaries which ...
State Museum of Natural History
The State Museum of Natural History promotes discovery in natural science through research, scientific collections, learner-centered education and public exhibitions. The museum has seven collection and research areas: anthropology, botany, entomology, invertebrate paleontology, parasitology, vertebrate paleontology, and zoology.
F Street Community Center
The “F” Street Community Center gives children, adults, and senior citizens chances to interact with each other in a safe, fun, recreation-based environment. The Center provides services and programs that strengthen family unity, personal growth, health, and community awareness. “F” Street Community Center accepts volunteers for various community programs.
Keep Lincoln & Lancaster County Beautiful
Keep Lincoln & Lancaster County Beautiful (KLLCB) is a program of the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department and an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful. The organization's goals are to promote a clean, healthy and safe community, organize residents to take action, reduce litter through cleanup projects and prevent litter through education.
The Girl Scouts- Homestead Council
Seeking any persons interested in building young girls. All youth need support in finding who they are, but young females are unique. They need affirmation that they can be more than a pretty face. This group teaches them leadership skills, teambuilding, and problem solving skills.
Prairie Hill Learning Center
Prairie Hill Learning Center is a Montessori-based facility, which uses the natural environment around their facility, to allow students to actively learn. Its goal is to provide an atmosphere that is home-like and consistent throughout the day and to promote individual growth as well as for caring for others and ...
The ARC of Lincoln/Lancaster County
The ARC is a local chapter of a nation-wide network of parents, professionals, and concerned people, committed to promoting and protecting the rights and interests of individuals with developmental disabilities.
ConnectioN Point
ConnectioN Point is a new campus and community ministry geared specifically for providing opportunities for students to be in volunteer service to some of the most at-risk neighborhoods in Lincoln. While we're piloting two service programs this fall, we encourage students to let us know what they're passionate about doing ...
Larsen Tractor Test and Power Museum
The Larsen Tractor Test & Power Museum collects, preserves, researches, and interprets the traditions and technologies of agriculture. Their mission is to be the premier steward of advancements in ag technology through the development of collections, exhibits, and programs for public benefit.
Brentwood Estates
Brentwood Estates is an independent living retirement community.
Lincoln Children’s Zoo
Each year over 170,000 people visit Lincoln Children’s Zoo. The Zoo provides a memorable experience for people of all ages, due to the many volunteers who work there. Because the Zoo is a non-profit facility that receives no tax money for operating expenses, we rely on volunteers to help reduce ...
Wyuka Cemetary
Wyuka Cemetary is a nationally recognized historic cemetery that was established in 1869 by the Nebraska Legislature. It is a museum without walls featuring statuary art and monumental architecture, historical tributes to Lincoln families, civil war veterans and ordinary citizens.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation works to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research.
Lied Center for Performing Arts
The Lied Center presents artists and performances of distinction. Major regional, national and international artistic events are featured at the Lied, as well as collaborations with other notable Nebraska art institutions.
Lincoln Area Agency on Aging/ActivAge Centers
The Lincoln Area Agency on Aging delivers programs to enhance life experiences of Lincoln area older adults. ActivAge Centers are community focal points and principal resources for activities and opportunities related to healthy, active aging.
TitleOne Homeless Program for Children
TitleOne Homeless Program for Children, is a Federal Program providing aid to elementary education. The intent of this program is to expand and improve programs in basic skills (reading and math) for educationally deprived children.
Asian Community and Culture Center
The Asian Community and Culture Center (ACCC) promotes the meeting of Asians and other people to preserve and to increase awareness of Asian cultural heritage. It facilitates and sponsors programs and services that benefit the Asian community and the community-at-large.
CenterPointe, Inc.
CenterPointe, Inc. specializes in helping people with substance use and mental health disorders.
Kreate 4 Kidz
The Kreate 4 Kidz organization has three main goals: 1) to raise money for public schools in need, particularly those that serves diverse communities, and affected by poverty; 2) to provide opportunities to develop creativity by means of arts and crafts; and 3) to help the environment by recycling and ...