RFI Student Serviceship 2017

 

 


 

Serviceship Experience Results

York | Community Marketing & LB840

August 17, 2017
University of Nebraska-Lincoln students Shelby Riggs and Emily Coffey spent their summer partnering with York County Development Corporation and the York Chamber of Commerce to complete various community marketing projects, as well as conduct research regarding the feasibility of implementing LB840 in the York community.

 

York, Neb. | Community Marketing & LB840

University of Nebraska-Lincoln students Shelby Riggs and Emily Coffey spent their summer partnering with York County Development Corporation and the York Chamber of Commerce to complete various community marketing projects, as well as conduct research regarding the feasibility of implementing LB840 in the York community.

LB840, also known as the Local Option Municipal Economic Development Act, would authorize York to implement a sales or property tax for the purpose of creating a fund to offer loans and grants to local economic development projects. Emily and Shelby spent much of their summer conducting research and surveys to determine if and how to move forward with a city-wide vote on the LB840 issue in May. Their survey garnered nearly 400 responses. The team also reached out to all 69 Nebraska communities in which LB840 is currently implemented, asking them to share the details of their plans for the act, as well as successes and challenges that surfaced during the process of passing it. Their LB840 research was compiled in a database that will continue to be maintained and used by other communities interested in implementing the tax measure.

The two also assisted with a number of secondary community projects, one of which included planning and fundraising for the town’s annual Independence Day celebration—“Fireworks Frenzy” on July 3. They also helped coordinate the “Towers of York” community-wide art initiative by taking photos of each tower and using Photoshop and Hootsuite to edit each photo and publish it on the York Chamber’s social media platforms. Finally, Emily and Shelby met with several downtown business owners and assisted with York’s Downtown Revitalization project.

 

#RFIServiceship interns Emily & Shelby hit the ground running this week in #York. They took a brain break yesterday at @RedbeardsCoffee!” - @rural_futures | June 6, 2017

“The #YorkNE #RFIServiceship team is having a blast with the community. Emily golfed with the Young Professionals & @yorknechamber today!” - @rural_futures | June 16, 2017

#RFIServiceship intern Shelby opened a Contract Livestock Production Opportunities panel on Tuesday in #York! ” - @rural_futures | June 16, 2017

During June Shelby and Emily assisted with fund raising for an annual York community event that occurs on July 3, known as "Fireworks Frenzy." They distributed "star banks" in local businesses around town and checked in to empty them on a regular basis. 
Shelby prepares for her filmed interview with the RFI Communications Team during June check-in.

#RFIServiceship interns Emily & Shelby made another stop at @RedbeardsCoffee today on a mission to show the comms interns around #YorkNE!” - @rural_futures | June 22, 2017

#RFIServiceship Emily & Shelby interns sat in on @SenSasse's office hours to learn more about local issues & needs in #YorkNE.” - @rural_futures | June 27, 2017

#RFIServiceship interns Emily & Shelby went LIVE on @1049maxcountry in #YorkNE to discuss & promote @YorkNEDevCo's latest marketing survey!” - @rural_futures |  June 29, 2017

Leadership Engagement Director Kayla Schnuelle tagged a long for the July check-in. 
" hosts interns to teach students about the community! " - @kschnuelle | July 10

“Thank you, @AIMCareerlink for hosting #YorkESI17 and #RFIServiceship interns last week! They loved learning about start-ups and innovation!” - @rural_futures | July 18, 2017

“Our #YorkNE #RFIServiceship team helped represent @YorkNEDevCo at the governor's economic development summit last week!” - @rural_futures | July 19, 2017

“The RFI comms team is on the road again. Stay tuned for footage of all that the #RFIServiceship teams have accomplished for #rural! ” - @rural_futures | July 27, 2017

“Did the comms interns really stop in #YorkNE if the #RFIServiceship team didn't take them to @RedbeardsCoffee after an interview session?- @rural_futures | July 27, 2017

#RFIServiceship #YorkNE enjoyed grabbing coffee with these ladies in #BenedictNE!
‘They were incredible role models & wonderful company!’” - @rural_futures | August 1, 2017

"#YorkNE interns spent the day serving their community at the York County Fair, admiring the art and agriculture entries! #RFIServiceship ” - @rural_futures | August 4, 2017
“That's a wrap! #RFIServiceship interns presented final deliverables to the #YorkNE host team. We're excited to see the long-term impacts!” - @rural_futures | August 9, 2017
“Emily & Shelby developed a database tracking implantation of #LB840 for #YorkNE & communities across #Nebraska. #NUforNE” - @rural_futures | August 10, 2017

York Serviceship in the News

York News Times | June 13, 2017

Omaha World-Herald | June 13, 2017

Thank you to the York host team!

Madonna Mogul, Administrative Assistant, York Area Chamber of Commerce

Rhonda Veleba, York Area Chamber of Commerce

Lisa Hurley, Executive Director, Executive Managers, YCDC

Megan Burda, 4-H Youth Development, Extension Educator, Unit Leader, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension

Pat Hanrahan, Engineer, Nebraska Public Power District

Amy Kadavy, Eye Doctor, Eyecare Associates

Kelly Kadavy, Assistant Manager, Cornerstone Insurance

Jill Koch, Host Team Member

Amie Kopcho, Owner/Manager, Community Title Company

Tony North, Owner, York Printing Co.

Don Swanson, Chief Financial Officer, CVA

 

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North Platte | Career Readiness & Workforce Retention

August 17, 2017
University of Nebraska-Lincoln students Sydni Lienemann and Trey Mogensen were based in North Platte this summer. Their project was designed to result in a career readiness and workforce retention plan for the city’s current and upcoming workforce.

 

North Platte, Neb. | Career Readiness & Workforce Retention

University of Nebraska-Lincoln students Sydni Lienemann and Trey Mogensen were based in North Platte this summer. Their project was designed to result in a career readiness and workforce retention plan for the city’s current and upcoming workforce. Working closely with North Platte Public Schools (NPPS), Trey and Sydney spent the first half of their serviceships conducting survey research and interviewing community leaders in education and career development.

Among those leaders are NPPS Curriculum Director Vikki Carlson, NPPS superintendent Dr. Ron Hanson and Serviceship host Leland Poppe. All were instrumental in identifying ways to ensure that entrepreneurship and vocational opportunities are integral parts of public education for North Platte high school students.

The second piece of their serviceship involved conveying their findings to education professionals in order to create and develop tools able to be used by both teachers and students.

Aside from their intensive career readiness and workforce retention project, Sydni and Trey became heavily involved with the local Rotary chapter, NebraskaLand Days, the NE150 traveling Children’s Museum and the local Young Professionals group. They were also able to work with a few local businesses on small projects, as well as assist the city in some marketing campaigns.

 

“Summer Interns Sydni & Trey kick off #Workforce Recruitment/Readiness project to the Chamber/DEVCO Board #GrowNP #workNP #RFIServiceship” - @NPChamber | June 16

Sydni provides a brief introduction to the team's progress report with North Platte Public Schools Curriculum Director Vikki Carlson.
Sydni listens while Trey shares a few of the team's thoughts on career readiness and entrepreneurship programs for high school students. 
“Team #NorthPlatte is making big strides for career readiness this week with the help of @nppsd admin & community leaders! #RFIServiceship” - @rural_futures | June 20, 2017
“Team #NorthPlatte is making big strides for career readiness this week with the help of @nppsd admin & community leaders! #RFIServiceship” - @rural_futures | June 20, 2017
Leland Poppe meets Sydni and Trey at Sip Coffee and Wine Bar for smoothies and a quick afternoon strategy session.

#RFIServiceship interns Trey & Sydni had a great time learning about aviation with @trego_dugan on Wednesday! - @rural_futures | June 23, 2017

#RFIServiceship interns Trey & Sydni had a great time learning about aviation with @trego_dugan on Wednesday! ” - @rural_futures | June 23, 2017
#NorthPlatteNE #RFIServiceship presented the results of their career education & retention study today! Well done, Sydni & Trey! ” - @rural_futures | August 2, 2017
“Thanks to #NorthPlatteNE for hosting Trey and Sydni as part of #RFIServiceship - your amazing host team made the experience!” - @kschnuelle | August 4, 2017

“Trey & Sydni spent summer building relationships & IDing ways to reveal opportunity, entrepreneurship to @nppsd students. #RFIServiceship” - @rural_futures | August 10, 2017

North Platte Serviceship in the News:

Omaha World-Herald | June 13, 2017

The North Platte Telegraph | June 28, 2017

Thank you to the North Platte host team!

Megan McGown, Vice President of Economic Development & Director of Communications Marketing, Commerce & Development Corporation

Vikki Carlson, Principal, Adams Middle School

James Ayres, Principal, North Platte Public Schools

Dr. Ron Hanson, Superintendent, North Platte Public Schools

Margo Hirschfeld, Host Team Member

Fiona Libsack, Vice President of Marketing & Education, Great Plains Health

Leland Poppe, Business Banker, Great Western Bank

 

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West Point | Marketing Parks & Recreation

August 17, 2017
UNL student Amber Ross and UNL grad Madeleine Schwinghammer spent their summer working with the Parks and Recreation Department in West Point, Nebraska. Their main roles entailed conducting research to determine the gaps and needs for West Point parks, as well as marketing the plans they helped develop to the community.

 

West Point, Neb. | Marketing Parks & Recreation

UNL student Amber Ross and UNL grad Madeleine Schwinghammer spent their summer working with the Parks and Recreation Department in West Point, Nebraska. Their main roles entailed conducting research to determine the gaps and needs for West Point parks, as well as marketing the plans they helped develop to the community.

The first thing the pair did was create a two-part survey. First, their survey identified preferences of each generation living in the community. Second, it asked community members to prioritize their preferences. This suggested to city officials the amount of urgency required behind each potential project. Amber and Madeleine also researched the cost of funding the requested projects.

A couple of the projects the team researched and presented about included updates for the community’s pool, city parks and public restrooms. Amber and Madeleine also conducted a needs assessment for citywide parks and recreation for the West Point Chamber of Commerce, which they presented to their host team at the end of their serviceship.

In addition to community marketing and parks and rec needs evaluation, Amber and Madeleine spent dozens of hours volunteering, planning community events, designing a leadership class and even assisting with the town’s plan to combat the Emerald Ash Borer. Program director Kayla Schnuelle called the 2017 West Point Serviceship project a great example of interns using University of Nebraska connections and resources to problem solve in a host community.

 

@chriskrack thanks for hosting the @rural_futures Serviceship interns this summer! Looks like they are having a great experience already!” - @kschnuelle | June 5, 2017

Last week the #WestPoint team spent a morning helping with the #BRAN Snack Shop hosted by the Trails and Pathways Group! #RFIServiceship” - @rural_futures | June 13, 2017

During the first half of their serviceship, Amber and Madeleine were interviewed by 840 KTIC Radio about their work with city Parks and Rec. 

#WestPointNE #RFIServiceship interns Amber & Madeleine checked in from the Elkhorn River where they spent time w/ the Cuming County YPs! ” - @rural_futures | June 30, 2017

#RFIServiceship interns in #WestPointNE are putting the finishing touches on their Parks & Rec assessment this week!” - @rural_futures | July 6, 2017

“The #WestPoint team is attending the Northeast Nebraska Economic Development Annual Meeting today! #RFIServiceship” - @aross397 | July 11, 2017
Madeleine and Amber working intently in their office space located within the West Point Chamber of Commerce.

#WestPointNE #RFIServiceship interns Madeleine & Amber attended a chamber coffee and ribbon cutting ceremony this morning!” - @rural_futures | July 14, 2017

During a coffee and ribbon-cutting event, Madeleine and Amber mingle with Bonny Emanuel, Assistant Administrator to the West Point Chamber.

Sights and Sounds in West Point was a hit last night! Thanks to all the sponsors and performers! #WestPoint” - @aross397 | August 8, 2017

Madeleine & Amber delivered a research-based Parks & Recreation assessment to #WestPointNE, developed #branding based on #community values” - @rural_futures | August 10, 2017

West Point Serviceship in the News

KTIC Radio | June 7, 2017

West Point News | June 8, 2017

107.9 the Bull | July 28, 2017

KTIC Radio | August 8, 2017

KTIC Radio | August 8, 2017

Thank you to the West Point host team!

Tina Biteghe Bi Ndong, Director, West Point Chamber of Commerce

Chris Kreikemeier, Manager, Nielsen Community Center

Jen Barragan, Charter West Bank

Jeremy Borchers, Knights of Columbus

Kelly Gentrup, Executive Director, Cuming County Economic Development

Alex Norton, Administrator, Coming County Roads & Zoning Department

Dave Wimmer, Chairman, Park Board Member (Retired)

 

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McCook | THETA Camp

August 17, 2017
University of Nebraska at Kearney exercise science majors Tyan Boyer and Collin Fleecs spent their summer running THETA Camp––which stands for “Teaching Health, Exercise, Technology and Aquaponics.”

 

McCook, Neb. | THETA Camp

University of Nebraska at Kearney exercise science majors Tyan Boyer and Collin Fleecs spent their summer running THETA Camp––which stands for “Teaching Health, Exercise, Technology and Aquaponics.”

THETA Camp was designed to educate elementary and middle school students about the importance of health and wellness as well as sustainable agriculture. The camp also explored technology and gave students a better idea of nutrition and health-related career fields. THETA Camp was developed as a part of an RFI Competitive Award grant exploring rural obesity and health awareness. The camp’s curriculum was co-written by UNK Professors Greg Brown and Nate Bickford.

Throughout THETA Camp, Tyan and Collin conducted surveys to ensure their students were retaining the information they learned each morning. Ultimately, they say, the goal was to provide each child with information he or she could use to make smart, nutritional decisions for years to come.

Tyan and Collin led THETA Camp each morning from 8 a.m. until noon and spent the remainder of their day working on community development projects or job shadowing at McCook Community Hospital. Throughout the pair’s weekly eight-hour job shadows at McCook Community Hospital, Tyan and Collin were able to learn more about their own future careers in the health field, as well as meet with several members of the McCook community to discuss the success of THETA Camp.

 

Collin engages with the THETA Camp McCook students during an ice-breaker conversation activity in the classroom. 
THETA Camp McCook might be an educational experience, but Tyan and the students are rarely short of laughs.

“Collin and Tyan on 96.1 KICX with Rich Barnett! #RFIServiceship” -  @THETA_McCook  | June 7, 2017

Collin and Tyan lead their THETA Camp McCook students in an outdoor running exercise to get the blood pumping before a couple hours of classroom instruction on June check-in day. 
.@rural_futures Great first week of camp! Kids are wonderful to work with and have a passion for learning! #RFIServiceship” - @THETA_Mccook | June 22, 2017
.@rural_futures Great first week of camp! Kids are wonderful to work with and have a passion for learning! #RFIServiceship” - @THETA_Mccook | June 22, 2017
" interns Collin & Tyan discuss the importance of social health at " - @rural_futures | June 20, 2017</em
On July 13, 2017, RFI Leadership Engagement Director Kayla Schnuelle checked in with Tyan and Collin and a few of their THETA students. She was accompanied by Greg Brown, a UNK faculty member, principal investigator and curriculum co-writer, for the THETA Camp McCook research project.
UNK Professor and THETA Camp Curriculum co-writer Greg Brown chats with THETA Camp McCook about the future of the camp.
When Collin and Tyan aren't leading THETA Camp or participating in other community engagement activities, they were often exploring their own future careers in the field of health, exercise and nutrition at McCook Community Hospital. 
During a fun lunch time intermission on final presentation day, Collin nominated Tyan for the prestigious "Most Likely to be Called Collin by a 10-year-old" Award.

“Collin & Tyan discuss successes & takeaways for elementary students learning #health, #exercise, #tech, #aquaponics at Camp @THETA_McCook” - @rural_futures | August 10, 2017

McCook Serviceship in the News

McCook Gazette | June 7, 2017

UNK News | June 7, 2017

Omaha World-Herald | June 13, 2017

McCook Gazette | June 13, 2017

NTV News | July 12, 2017

Thank you to the McCook host team!

Andrew Ambriz, Director, McCook Economic Development

Sarah Wolford, Community Outreach & Wellness Coordinator, McCook Community Hospital

Matt Sehnert, Owner, Sehnert’s Bakery

Denise Grey, Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department

Ronda Graff, Coordinator, McCook Community Foundation

 

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Newton County Indiana | Nonprofit Research & Development

August 16, 2017
Riley Hickman and Courtney Feagans participated in pilot program that set their 2017 Serviceship experience apart from the rest. Based in Newton County, Indiana the team was funded by the Jasper Foundation, and travelled to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus to participate in Rural Futures Serviceship training.
#Indiana interns Courtney & Riley did an awesome job prepping for a crowd of 170 at their seminar today! #RFIServiceship #lovewhereyoulive” - @rural_futures | June 8, 2017

Team #Indiana started Week 1 by assisting w/ a volunteerism seminar on multigenerational engagement by Dr. Ken Culp III. #RFIServiceship” - @rural_futures | June 8, 2017

Riley and Courtney conducted county-wide surveys of both nonprofits and community members.
Riley and Courtney stayed busy hosting booths at several Newton and Jasper county events.

“Riley & Courtney zoomed in from #Indiana to discuss how they marketed #nonprofit community development grants in #rural #NewtonCounty” - @rural_futures | August 10, 2017

Newton County Indiana | Nonprofit Research & Development

Riley Hickman and Courtney Feagans participated in a pilot program that set their 2017 Serviceship experience apart from the rest. Based in Newton County, Indiana, the team was funded by the Jasper Foundation, and traveled to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus to participate in Rural Futures Serviceship training.

When they returned to Indiana, their projects entailed surveying and interviewing Newton County residents and nonprofits, as well as assisting with day-to-day office responsibilities at the Foundation. Their goal was to identify ways for the Jasper Foundation, Inc. and the Newton County Community Foundation to allocate grant money and financial resources.

From their research, Courtney and Riley discovered that Newton County residents are open to progression; however, most remain wary of bringing a larger city culture to their rural communities. They also identified a desire of community members to get involved—but noted that most are unsure of how to go about it.

In their spare time, Courtney and Riley served Newton County by assisting elementary teachers in the area with technology. They taught the teachers how to use Weebly and helped them create classroom websites. The two also hosted a volunteer fair, and Courtney spent a week working with an organization called Teen Mission.

 

Thank you to the Indiana host team!

Brienne Hooker, Executive Director, Jasper Foundation, Inc. and Newton County Community Foundation

 

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Economic Impact

$78,950
Average value of one community serviceship
project is estimated at $15,790*
*Based on graduate assistant work

Volunteer Hours

369 hours = estimated value of $8,694
Based on $23.56 average volunteer hour value by Corporation for National & Community Service


10 interns from rural or urban backgrounds
in four states (MN, IN, SD, NE)

Expanded Partnerships

31 organizations partnered with RFI
to host interns in their communities


 

News Releases

RFI Student Serviceship Interns Start Their Rural Nebraska Experiences

June 6, 2017
For eight University of Nebraska (NU) students, this week marks the start of their “rural immersion” into four Nebraska communities. McCook, Neb., North Platte, Neb., West Point, Neb., and York, Neb., are hosting pairs of University of Nebraska at Kearney …

For eight University of Nebraska (NU) students, this week marks the start of their “rural immersion” into four Nebraska communities.

McCook, Neb., North Platte, Neb., West Point, Neb., and York, Neb., are hosting pairs of University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK) and University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL) students through Rural Futures Institute (RFI) Student Serviceship. A hybrid between service learning and traditional internships, “serviceships” provide communities with tangible results on important self-defined projects while giving students resume-building work and insight into the career and life opportunities in rural places.

Community host teams include subject-matter experts and leadership mentors that assist with students’ major projects, connect them with volunteering opportunities and invite them to participate in community events and activities. RFI provides support and guidance throughout the nine-week serviceship experience, and all participants learn and share on behalf of rural community growth. RFI Student Serviceship was made possible in partnership with the Heartland Center of Leadership Development.

“We have had many students go into communities through RFI Student Serviceship and make a positive, significant and ongoing impact,” said Chuck Schroeder, RFI Executive Director. “But, as importantly, the students themselves gain real-world experience and build a network that influences them for a lifetime.

 

“We have had many students go into communities through RFI Student Serviceship and make a positive, significant and ongoing impact. But, as importantly, the students themselves gain real-world experience and build a network that influences them for a lifetime.”

–Chuck Schroeder, RFI Executive Director

 

“It is our way of giving students a new or a first experience in a rural community, so they can be storytellers, champions and leaders for rural throughout their lives. And it gives communities specific results from the University of Nebraska.”

All student interns completed a one-week leadership training course hosted by RFI the week of May 22. They got to know their partners, learned more about their communities, gained details about their projects and held online meetings with their community host teams. NU faculty and staff as well as community leaders served as guest speakers, introducing the students to personal and professional development strategies as well as community development theories and practices. The students also explored Firth, Neb., and Seward, Neb., to hear from local leaders and entrepreneurs.

“I knew this was going to be a great resume-building experience for me,” said UNL agribusiness major Amber Ross. “What I didn’t realize is how much support I would have, and how much of a professional network I would build. Just the training course was an incredible experience, so I obviously can’t wait to start my projects in West Point.”

2017 Project Summaries

In McCook, Neb., Tyan Boyer and Collin Fleecs, exercise science majors at UNK, are creating health science education summer day camps for area youth. The camps will provide hands-on educational environments that integrate many key skills necessary to not only improve the health of rural youth, but also inspire future health professionals.

UNL agricultural economics major Syndi Lienemann and UNL agricultural education major Trey Mogensen are helping North Platte, Neb., connect the dots between workforce recruitment and workforce readiness. They will work hand-in-hand with North Platte Public School, the North Platte Chamber of Commerce and the business community to identify the community’s great career opportunities and develop a marketing plan for high school students, college students, community members and potential new residents.

West Point, Neb., is taking an inventory of the community’s parks and recreation opportunities and, with the help of Ross and UNL environmental studies graduate Madeleine Schwinghammer, will develop a needs assessment that will dive into what the community can do to create a more robust lifestyle for those who live in Cuming County.

In York, Neb., UNL political science major Emily Coffey and UNL agricultural economics major Shelby Riggs will work with York County Economic Development, York Chamber of Commerce, City of York, Nebraska Extension and other community stakeholders to craft a plan to increase awareness and propel LB840 forward.

 

Since 2013, 38 NU students have worked and served in 19 Nebraska communities through RFI Student Serviceship. This year is the first year out-of-state students also completed training. Through the Jasper Foundation, Courtney Feagans of Taylor University and Riley Hickman of Depauw University will serve in Jasper and Newton counties in Indiana. RFI Student Serviceship developed from a 2013 RFI Competitive Awards teaching and engagement project led by Dr. Tom Field and Dr. Lindsay Hastings of UNL.

For more details, including community host team members, visit ruralfutures.nebraska.edu/serviceship. Coverage of the students’ experiences will be shared throughout the summer on RFI’s Facebook (ruralfutures) and Twitter (rural_futures).

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RFI Student Serviceship Interns Start in Rural Communities

June 5, 2017
And they’re off! Today 10 trained RFI Student Serviceship interns are starting their nine-week experiences in rural Nebraska and Indiana communities. 2017 RFI Student Serviceship Host Communities McCook, Neb. North Platte, Neb. West Point, Neb. York, Neb. Newton County, Ind. …

Serviceship Group Photo

And they’re off!

Today 10 trained RFI Student Serviceship interns are starting their nine-week experiences in rural Nebraska and Indiana communities.

2017 RFI Student Serviceship Host Communities

  • McCook, Neb.
  • North Platte, Neb.
  • West Point, Neb.
  • York, Neb.
  • Newton County, Ind.

A hybrid between service learning and traditional internships, “serviceships” provide communities with tangible results on important self-defined projects while giving students resume-building work and insight into the career and life opportunities in rural places.

University of Nebraska at Kearney and University of Nebraska–Lincoln student pairs will lead projects and serve and participate in the communities throughout Nebraska. With assistance from the Jasper Foundation, Taylor University and Depauw University students will work in Newton County, Ind.

 

Get to Know the Serviceship Interns!

 

All students completed a one-week leadership training course hosted by the Rural Futures Institute where they got to know their partners, learned more about their communities, gained details about their projects and held online meetings with their host teams. Students were introduced to personal and professional development strategies as well as community development theories and practices. They also explored Firth, Neb., and Seward, Neb., to hear from community leaders and entrepreneurs. A special thanks to our guest speakers!

RFI Student Serviceship Leadership Training Course | Guest Speakers

Amanda Barker | Deputy Executive Director, Nebraskans for Civic Reform

Tom Field, Ph.D. | Director of Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Lindsay Hastings, Ph.D. | Director of Nebraska Human Resources Institute & Clifton Professor in Mentoring Research, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

Kurt Mantonya | Senior Associate, Heartland Center for Leadership Development

Linda Moody | Assistant Director, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Civic Engagement

Reshell Ray | Associate Director, University of Nebraska–Lincoln East Campus Programs & RFI Community Innovation Fellow

Milan Wall | Co-Director, Heartland Center for Leadership Development & RFI Community Innovation Fellow
Stay up-to-date on this summer’s serviceship experience on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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