Deidre Rivera ~ firstname.lastname@example.org ~ (712) 322-1491 ext. 1102 505 S.6th Street Council Bluffs, IA 51501 The Municipal Housing Agency houses elderly, disabled and low-income individuals. Some of the elderly and disabled residents could use assistance with cleaning their units. Such cleaning ranges from light housekeeping (vacuuming, dusting) to deep cleaning services such as cleaning a refrigerator, oven, bathtubs, [...]
In 2016, Creighton graduates Mike Rios and Nico Sandi helped create a video of our students reflecting on the quote from Fr. Peter Hans-Kolvenbach, S.J., in which he says, “The real measure of our Jesuit universities lies in who our students become.” Take a look at the video below to see how our students “becoming” [...]
4:15-5:00 PM: Intro/Framing the Weekend 5:15-6:15 PM: Session #1 – Big Picture Fr. Rafael Garcia, SJ, Encuentro Project 6:15-7:15 PM: Dinner on your own/break 7:15-8:15 PM: Small Group Reflection 8:30-9:00 PM: Team Trivia (Optional) 10:30-11:30 AM: Session #2 – Globally People on the Move, Seeking Safety Josh Utter/Andre Atsu, Jesuit Refugee Service 11:30 AM-12:45 PM: [...]
Victoria Hecker, email@example.com, Family Enrichment Coordinator In person or virtual: TBD, Spanish helpful We are focused on building a community of parents who drive their own education and progress. We support them as they work towards concrete goals in whatever area of their families’ lives they feel it is needed. We have four components to our [...]
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There are not enough words to encapsulate our experience in Axtell. Blessed, fun, graciousness and rejuvenating are just a few that could top the list. The Mosaic community is something special and it was an experience I think that helped made us all better people. The residents who live in Mosaic have various mental and [...]
Due to concerns around the health and wellbeing of participants and volunteers in the wake of the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and events being canceled/postponed at Creighton University, this year’s Refugee Simulation, scheduled for March 20th is canceled. If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to SCSJ Program Manager, Becca Huju, or [...]
CASA for Douglas County City of Omaha Human Rights Community Bike Project Omaha Family Housing Advisory Services Omaha EITC Coalition Grief’s Journey Inclusive Communities NE Legal Aid Omaha/Douglas County Victim Assistance Unit Omaha EITC Coalition Release Inc. Rise | Prison Re-entry The Set Me Free Project Volunteer Lawyers Project Women’s Center for Advancement (WCA)
Benson Plant Rescue The Big Garden (a program of United Methodist Ministries) Citizen’s Climate Lobby City of Omaha Parks & Recreation Department City Sprouts Omaha Habitat for Humanity of Council Bluffs Habitat for Humanity – Creighton Chapter Habitat for Humanity of Omaha Habitat for Humanity of Sarpy County Hitchcock Nature Center Keep Omaha Beautiful, Inc. [...]
Abide Network Assumption-Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, Catholic Faith Formation Program Banister’s Leadership Academy Benson Area Refugee Task Force (BART) Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands Boys Town Camp Quality Heartland Camp YouCan Charles E. Lakin Human Services Campus CASA for Douglas County Child Saving Institute [...]
Intention, community, comfort, open-mindedness. As we entered the week, these words and ideas were at the forefront of our thoughts. Our small group of five students each presented our goals, hopes and ambitions that we’d focus on during the week as we crowded our van to Mobile, Alabama. A group of five young girls embarking [...]
As we all walked in to the room we were staying, there was no doubt that there were doubts in my mind. Being the first Creighton students to travel to Niobrara, we had no idea what to expect. Our group knew that we would be interacting with members of the Ponca tribe, undergoing certain traditional [...]
Leonard Matthias, Teen Court Coordinator ~ firstname.lastname@example.org ~ (402) 593-2207 1257 Golden Gate Dr., Suite 11W Papillion, NE 68046 ~ https://liftupsarpycounty.org/orgs-we-support/teen-court/ Teen Court gives juveniles who have committed a misdemeanor crime a second chance to learn from their mistakes without the high cost and stigma of a criminal record. It’s a positive “hands-on” experience meant to divert [...]
Kevin Bailey, Director ~ 402-354-6523 ~ Kevin.Bailey@methodistcollege.edu 720 N 87th Street, Omaha, NE 68114 We are an academic assistance program to help low-income and first generation college bound students at Benson HS gain access to post-secondary education.
Adam Blowers, Shop Manager and Acting Executive Director ~ email@example.com ~ (402) 957-2454 525 N. 33rd St, Omaha, NE 68131 ~ www.communitybikeproject.org The Community Bike Project Omaha provides a safe, positive environment for the repair and distribution of bicycles.
Tamicka Bradley ~ financialConfidence@creighton.edu ~ 402.280.3736 https://business.creighton.edu/community-connection/financial-hope-collaborative The Financial Hope Collaborative and its Financial Success Program, housed at the Heider College of Business, have been instrumental in helping many low to moderate income (LMI) families in the Omaha metropolitan area find financial stability. The Financial Hope Collaborative was started when United Way of the Midlands created the [...]
Joe Garcia ~ (402) 934-6669 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org The Fair Housing Center helps fight housing discrimination across Nebraska and in Western Iowa . Fair Housing is the right to buy, rent, insure, or live in housing under the same terms and conditions as everyone else without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, or disability. [...]
Dave Vankat ~ (402) 829-9238 ~ email@example.com 3300 North 60th Street, Omaha, NE 68104 ~ http://www.ccomaha.org/take-action/volunteer Catholic Charities ministers to the greatest and most fundamental needs of our community. People affected by domestic violence, mental illness, substance abuse, unplanned pregnancy and other emergency situations can find sanctuary in times of overwhelming hardship, while opening doors for promising [...]
It was our first meal of the week. The Stroud President of Habitat for Humanity walked us into an older looking Mozzios Italian Restaurant. As we walked in, our group went to get a couple Pizzas, but Marilyn (the president) immediate went to say hi to the only other group of people at the restaurant. [...]
Coming into L’arche community, I didn’t know what to expect. We had been told it was a community that helped with mentally and physically handicapped individuals, but this barely scratched the surface of what L’arche truly was. I spent time in the day center where we did arts and crafts. At every turn, I met [...]
Leaving our service site of El Paso, TX I saw everyone in our group transform into individuals broken by the stories they heard and mended by the people they met. We had the pleasure of meeting many extraordinary speakers. We listened to their stories of how they tried to help the undocumented and promote immigration [...]
This reflection was originally given on March 16, 2017 at the Reunion Service for the Spring 2017 Service & Justice Trips. Hello everyone! For those of you who do not know me, my name is Bridget Sebby and I am a senior studying theology. I was a member of the service & justice trips core [...]