welcome to the collaborating center.
115 South 49th Avenue
The Collaborating Center for Community Service is a facility of the University of Nebraska at Omaha designed to promote the development of Nebraska’s populations and communities through education, training and service. It serves as home base for a number of small, community-based organizations and projects whose collective long-term goal is optimal community well being.
The Collaborating Center is designed similar to a small business incubator, where the co-location of multiple programs allows them to achieve an economy of scale to support their basic infrastructure. Shared features including affordable, accessible office and meeting space; shared telecommunications, university-supported computing systems and and basic administrative support such as photocopying capabilities. The Collaborating Center’s open office design reflects the principles of communication and collaboration and promotes a neighborhood atmosphere that relies on shared resources and peer exchange.
The Collaborating Center is located in Omaha’s historic Dundee neighborhood at 115 South 49th Avenue. Non-university occupants are nonprofit organizations that sublease space for two-year periods.
The Collaborating Center for Community Service has resources and meeting space available for use by community organizations that promote thedevelopment of Nebraska’s populations and communities.
Community Conference Room 002 for up to 25 persons equipped with component meeting tables, chairs, conference phone, television/VHS/DVD, overhead projector, and white boards (17' x 19')
Community Assembly Area for larger meetings up to 75 persons, can be equipped with tables, chairs, speaker podium, sound system or more (15' x 49')
To inquire about the nonprofit incubator or availability of rental space at the Collaborating Center contact Sara Woods, (402) 554.3914, firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact the individual person in charge of the various programs housed at the Collaborating Center please go to the Programs page for contact information.
Updated 10/10/13 by Melanie Kiper