Speaker Date Topic
Bryan Seck, Prosper Lincoln Employment Skills Feb 23, 2018
Awareness + Connection = Resource Utilization: Prosper Lincoln & myLNK
Awareness + Connection = Resource Utilization: Prosper Lincoln & myLNK

Bryan Seck is the Developer of the Prosper Lincoln Employment Skills initiative.  His mission to connect people from part-time jobs to full-time careers.

Previously, he was the Homeless Outreach Specialist for Lincoln Public Schools. He has his Masters in Public Administration from New York University and served in Peace Corps Kazakhstan. At LPS, he helped the 500 homeless students each year in Lincoln meet basic needs, get to school, and coordinate with resources. He serves on the boards of the Homeless Coalition, Suicide Prevention Coalition, Child Advocacy Center, Educare, and NonProfit Hub.

He is married (to an almost PhD!), owns a business, has two dogs, and delivers mattresses for newly housed families with Spreetail and Duncan Aviation.

Feroz Mohmand Mar 02, 2018
Afghanistan Refugee
Afghanistan Refugee

Feroz Mohmand rose from being a refugee within his home country of Afghanistan to become press coordinator for Afghanistan’s president, Hamid Karzai. He was also a liaison officer between embassies, NATO, and the international media. He, spouse Gharghashta “G” Katawazai and their family became refugees after he uncovered a plot against American diplomats and military officers. Today, military officers knowledgeable of this plot believe Mohmand’s actions saved American lives.

After a long and difficult journey, the Mohmand family relocated to Nebraska. Mohmand now works as an IT Manager for the AOI Corporation.

Dr. Kate Speck - UNL Public Policy Center Mar 09, 2018
Professional Ethics: Operating in an Ethical Vacuum
Professional Ethics: Operating in an Ethical Vacuum

Kate Speck, PhD, MAC, LADC has over 36 years’ experience as an educator/trainer in the behavioral health field. She has a strong background in addictions co-occurring disorders, prevention/intervention, suicide prevention, adolescents, pregnant and parenting women, and in training and education.

She is currently with the University of Nebraska, Public Policy Center as a Senior Research Manager. Kate teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in the social sciences as well as planning and directing statewide training programs. As a member of the International Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (IMINT) she has provided training and technical assistance locally and nationally in the use of Motivational Interviewing since 1997.

Professional Ethics: Operating in an Ethical Vacuum
All professions are bound by a code of ethics and this is especially important in the human services field. This presentation will describe standards of practice and provide an opportunity to apply the standards to real world cases for professionals. Both mandatory ethics and aspirational ethics will be discussed.
Objectives:
• Review the Functions of the Ethical Code
• Review the Responsibility of Ethical Committees/State Licensure Boards
• Discuss Self Disclosure as component of ethical practice
• Review aspects of boundary violations

No Meeting at the Venue Mar 23, 2018
Enjoy the Social March 22 at Capitol View Winery
Enjoy the Social March 22 at Capitol View Winery
No Meeting Mar 30, 2018
Happy Easter
Happy Easter
No Meeting At The venue Apr 20, 2018
Attend the Salute to Business Event April 17
Attend the Salute to Business Event April 17

On April 17 the Rotary Clubs of Lincoln will hold the Annual Salute to Business. The Lincoln South Rotary Club meeting for Friday April 20 will be moved to the April 17 Salute to Business event.

Meeting Time and Location Changed to Russ's Apr 27, 2018 8:00 AM
Grocery Grab
Grocery Grab

Grocery Grab starts at 8:00
Arrive early - eat in the dining area - then enjoy the Grab event

No Meeting May 25, 2018
Memorial Day Weekend
Memorial Day Weekend
No Meeting Jul 06, 2018
Happy Independence Day
Happy Independence Day