Events

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Engagement

Join us! Everybody is welcome!   YP Connect: Innovation District   Innovation District, a term popularized by urban planners  Bruce Katz  (the Greater Omaha Chamber’s Economic Outlook Luncheon speaker) and  Jennifer Bradley , is simply an urban hub for innovation populated by creatives, progressive anchor institutions, small… [read more]

News

Message from the Chamber’s President.   This November, voters in Nebraska will help determine the political landscape for years to come. The extensive ballot includes open seats for governor, attorney general, state auditor and the U.S. Senate; more than two… [read more]

Engagement

Sign up to volunteer!   Join hundreds of volunteers in service to our community at the United Way of the Midlands’ Day of Caring, October 10. Service projects will range from stocking food pantries and painting to assisting agency clients and sharing your particular expertise… [read more]


How can I get involved?


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it up

Shaped from the areas of the Your Omaha 2020 final, we have volunteer opportunities abound!

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Why are you interested? What do you care about? Please fill out our short form to help us identify how you would like to be engaged in improving Omaha.

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Attend an event

The event calendar is there for a reason. Take the opportunity to attend an event, connect with others and begin to experience the conversation.

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Take the leap and sign up!

We send out regular communication to our listserv to keep you all up to date with news and events taking place. Sometimes, engagement means just being informed of what’s going on in your community. Use the form above to sign up!


Omaha: It’s all yours.

Too many places want to be
all things to all people.
For Omaha, it’s pretty much true.

There’s no one reason to love Omaha. Really. Ask people what they like and you’ll get a different answer every time. Truth is, whatever you imagine your life should be, you can do it here. It’s what brings people here and in a lot of cases, it makes it difficult for them to leave. For young professionals who are tired of “more of the same,” Omaha is definitely more of what you want your community to be.

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