For the ﬁfth consecutive year, Nebraska Community Foundation (NCF, nebcommfound.org) is proud to announce a new class of Hometown Interns who will continue the program’s now ﬁrmly established success.
This summer’s group of interns includes 21 college students serving NCF afﬁliated funds in 15 different Nebraska communities, including Arthur, Deshler, Diller, Exeter, Friend, Garﬁeld County, Hebron, Hickman, Howells, Leigh, McCook, Red Cloud, Rock County, Shickley and Wauneta. Four interns return from last year, among them Rachel Orth of Keith County, who will once again serve as hometown intern coordinator.
Hometown Interns work with local NCF afﬁliated funds on a variety of projects tailored to their community and the interests and skillsets of the interns. While the speciﬁc tasks and projects will vary from one Hometown Internship to another, NCF will provide numerous opportunities for interns to connect throughout the summer to give them space to learn from each other, share ideas and foster appreciation for their hometowns while contributing to community development efforts at the local and statewide level.
Nebraska Community Foundation unleashes abundant local assets, inspires charitable giving and connects ambitious people to build stronger communities and a Greater Nebraska. In the last ﬁve years, 46,653 contributions have been made to Nebraska Community Foundation and its afﬁliated funds. Since 1994, Nebraska Community Foundation has reinvested $463 million in Nebraska’s people and places. For information, visit NebraskaHometown.org.