The Rural Impact Hub and Lead for Nebraska (LFNE) are pleased to share a partnership with the American Connection Corps (ACC). This 10-state initiative focused on rural broadband expansion and connectivity will place fellows within a network of over 50 others doing work throughout the country.
Lead for Nebraska is a fellowship organization that recruits, trains, and places young leaders ages 21-30 to serve in paid two-year fellowships to strengthen local organizations in Nebraska. Our specific focus is centered around expanding rural broadband access, digital literacy, and general economic development for our rural communities.
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Lead for Nebraska has been awarded a planning grant to fund the establishment of the statewide fellowship program focusing on rural broadband expansion, digital literacy and economic development in greater Nebraska.
“This planning grant is a huge investment in the future of Nebraska. It will help us serve our state and provides much-needed support to communities our fellows will serve,” said Rebecca Johnson, director of rural partnerships and program leader with the Rural Impact Hub and Lead for Nebraska of the grant.
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