Be Inspired

More than 2,100 ideas were used in crafting a shared agenda, focused on Early Childhood, Employment Skills and Innovation & Entrepreneurship, that invites all of us to be a part of creating equitable opportunities for everyone who lives, works and plays in Lincoln.

So go ahead, be inspired to take action – it is because of people like you that our community will truly prosper.

Learn More About The Community Agenda
Be Inspired

More than 2,100 ideas were used in crafting our Prosper Lincoln community agenda, focused on Early Childhood, Employment Skills and Innovation & Entrepreneurship, that invites all of us to be a part of creating equitable opportunities for everyone who lives, works and plays in Lincoln.

So go ahead, be inspired to take action – it is because of people like you that our community will truly prosper.

Learn More About the Community Agenda
Be Inspired

More than 2,100 ideas were used in crafting a shared agenda, focused on Early Childhood, Employment Skills and Innovation & Entrepreneurship, that invites all of us to be a part of creating equitable opportunities for everyone who lives, works and plays in Lincoln.

So go ahead, be inspired to take action – it is because of people like you that our community will truly prosper.

Learn More About The Community Agenda
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Early Childhood

Nurture every child on the path to success.

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Employment Skills

Provide opportunities for people to realize career aspirations.

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Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Create a vibrant culture of innovation

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Sampson Construction
Sampson Construction
Michelle Suarez, Early Childhood Developer for Prosper Lincoln, and Dan Vokoun, Sampson Construction

See Who is stepping up!

Michelle Suarez, Prosper Lincoln’s Developer for Early Childhood, presented Sampson Construction with the Prosper Lincoln Step Up award.

Sampson Construction donated their expertise, time and talent to Dimensions Education Programs, who remodeled a building near 77th & A to serve an additional 120 babies, toddlers and preschoolers, including one-third of placements for lower or moderate-income families. Dimensions staff notes that beyond Sampson’s generosity, they were courteous, creative, on budget and on time.

“In order to ensure that every child is kindergarten ready,” said Suarez. “we must create more high-quality, early childhood education capacity. Sampson’s partnership with Dimensions is an excellent model of how we can work together across sectors to help our children succeed.”