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NeighborWorks Lincoln offers a variety of volunteer opportunities from group events and community clean-ups to service on a committee or board. 

Volunteer Events

If you are looking for a volunteer opportunity for your team or yourself, complete a volunteer inquiry and a team member will follow-up with you to discuss options. Individuals should regularly check the events calendar to see if there are any upcoming opportunities to volunteer.

Internships + Practicum Programs

NeighborWorks Lincoln’s Internship Program is an opportunity for current students and recent graduates to gain applied experience in nonprofit community development work. If you are a current student in high school, college, trade school, or other qualifying educational institution, you may be eligible to earn college credit for part-time work with our organization while you complete your education. Various schedules and work plans can be accommodated.

If you are interested in an internship or practicum opportunity, please send your resume and brief description of the type of work you are pursuing to Interim Chief Executive Officer, Charlie Wesche

Professional Engagement

NeighborWorks Lincoln engages diverse and broadly talented members of our community through board service or by serving on one of the committees that direct different aspects of the organization. If you are interested in serving in this capacity please email Chelsea Lemburg.


  • Community Building and Engagement assists in continued development of and sustainability of community building programs; serves as a feedback loop from the public to the organization. 
  • Design + Development Roundtable evaluates and advises the real estate team on product typologies, development strategy, and financing opportunities.
  • Finance provides fiduciary oversight and fiscal leadership to the organization.


  • NeighborWorks Lincoln board of directors oversees the financial health and strategic direction of the parent company.
  • Prairie Roots Community Land Trust oversees the management of the trust, its development strategy, and the real estate portfolio comprising Lincoln’s permanently affordable housing inventory.

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