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Justin Myers of Omaha, a recent graduate of home school, is among 42 students who have been selected to join the Nebraska Business Honors Academy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln this fall. Th...Fall 2017Verified by University of Nebraska-LincolnExpand ▾
Awards & Recognition
Justin Myers of Omaha, a senior at home school, has been offered the Regents and University Honors scholarships (tuition and $500) from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The university has offer...Spring 2017Verified by University of Nebraska-LincolnExpand ▾
TeenPact Leadership Schools
Traveling InternJanuary 2017 - Present
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Nebraska Coalition for Juvenile Justice
MemberMay 2016 - PresentThe Nebraska Coalition for Juvenile Justice's existence is mandated through the state's participation in the federal Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (JJDP) Act as well as the Nebraska Juvenile Services Act. The Coalition makes recommendations to the Crime Commission on juvenile justice issues, oversees Nebraska's compliance with the JJDP Act and prepares annual reports on those activities for the Governor and Legislature. The Coalition also reviews and makes recommendations to the Crime Commission on the award of the federal JJDP Act subgrants, federal Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant Program subgrants, State Juvenile Services Act grants and State Juvenile Services Planning grants. Appointed by Governor Pete Ricketts in 2016.
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