Omaha Cares

AMA Omaha Cares Initiative

2020-2021 AMA Omaha Cares Partner: Nebraska Tech Collaborative

The Nebraska Tech Collaborative (NTC) – an Aksarben workforce initiative – is business-led, and comprised of over 100 business, government, education, and non-profit partners all working together to drive results and scale to build a world-class tech ecosystem in Nebraska.

Tech jobs are found in every company and industry sector. Agriculture, Nebraska’s biggest industry, has a significant tech component and is a huge growth sector for careers in tech.  But tech jobs in Omaha, Lincoln, and Nebraska have grown more slowly than other, similar cities and states. The tech sector is the fastest-growing sector in the country and world. But the reality is that the fastest-growing sector is leaving and will continue to leave Nebraska behind if we don’t act now.

The NTC is going to work to increase the number of tech jobs in Nebraska by 10,000 and the number of new tech companies in Nebraska by 300 by 2025.  We need everyone involved – businesses, government, educators, non-profits – all working together as one with one message to drive scale.

 

ABOUT AMA CARES 

Each year, AMA Omaha gives back to our community through our AMA Omaha Cares Initiative. We adopt a local charity partner for the board year and offer that organization marketing support, fundraising and more. AMA Omaha is committed to bringing positivity and change to our community. We believe in making an impact, connecting to others and improving the lives around us.

 

PREVIOUS PARTNERS 

2019-2020: The Heart Ministry Center

The HMC mission is to provide food, clothing, healthcare and a way forward to people severely affected by poverty in the Omaha area.

In February 202o, AMA Omaha partnered up with  ROAST – Aksarben/A Hill of Beans Coffee Roasters to support HMC during a Valentine’s Pot Pack sale! We are thankful for valuable community partners like these who support the Center and help us spread the word of our mission – #DignityForAll.

AMA Omaha tours the construction of the new HMC Food Pantry