Looking For a Few Good Men…and Women

Posted: October 26, 2010 in Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving, Uncategorized

We here at MADD Nebraska take pride in having some of the most incredible volunteers around! All of them are dedicated, passionate individuals who have made our mission their own. Now we are looking to add a more great people to our team!

There are so many ways to get involved with the MADD volunteer program. Whether you love to do office work, speak to kids, or have a great interest in the legal system, we have position that is right for you. A volunteer job should allow you to use your strengths to make a difference for an organziation that you are passionate about. It is always our goal that our voulnteers feel their position both satisfies and challenges them. And there is always room for growth, we will always work with you to allow you to try new positions or to give input into how to make what you are doing even better!

Right now is an especially exciting time to get involved with MADD Nebraska as our Court Monitoring program is expanding! This means there are even more opportunities for volunteer court monitors to help us track the adjudication of DUI cases in courtrooms across the state. Allowing people all across the state to make a difference in their own community.raised hands

If you are interested in volunteering in any capacity for MADD Nebraska, all you have to do is contact us! Call the state office at (402) 434-5330 or email our Volunteer Coordinator at sara.magnus@madd.org to get an application.

We would not be able to continue our fight against drunk driving without the amazing support of our volunteers. They have dedicated themselves to making a difference and they are doing just that every day! They continue to inspire us with their heart and willingness to give so much of themselves to benefit so many others! All we as staff can do is say thank you and let everyone know our volunteers are the force that drives us to continue our work in the hope that together we can eliminate drunk driving.


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