Volunteering is important to us.

Just as we value our partnership with our clients, we also value our partnerships with the communities we are a part of. We understand the importance of a strong community, and we do our best to contribute as often as we can. We place so much value on building up the communities we live in, that we offer our employees 8 hours of volunteer time off (VTO) per year. Our employees use this time on the clock to assist at their favorite non-profit organization. This program has helped our employees find ways to give back in their community. 

Our staff volunteers with over many non-profit organizations or events.

From serving on boards, to volunteering at shelters, our staff serves a diverse list of non-profit organizations throughout Nebraska and nationally. In addition to volunteering our time, our staff is committed financially to major community organizations. 

We are making our mark. 

“We will operate on Christian principles and believe in giving back to the community.” – Excerpt from Associated Staffing’s Core Values.
Read how some of our team members are making their mark in our communities. 

 
Leticia Huerta, Columbus Branch Manager, is making her mark not only in Columbus through her volunteer work with Centro Hispano, but also thousands of miles away at an orphanage in Mexico. This is her story.

Leticia Huerta, Columbus Branch Manager, is making her mark not only in Columbus through her volunteer work with Centro Hispano, but also thousands of miles away at an orphanage in Mexico.

This is her story.

Natalia Del Cid, an 18-year veteran Recruiter for Associated Staffing in Grand Island, is making her mark by volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. This is her story. 

Natalia Del Cid, an 18-year veteran Recruiter for Associated Staffing in Grand Island, is making her mark by volunteering with Habitat for Humanity.

This is her story. 

Director of Operations Heidi Isley is making her mark on the Grand Island community through Skills USA. This is her story.

Director of Operations Heidi Isley is making her mark on the Grand Island community through Skills USA.

This is her story.

Professional Recruiter Jennifer Cramer is making her mark on the Grand Island community be serving on the Board of Directors and Family Support Committee for Habitat for Humanity. This is her story.

Professional Recruiter Jennifer Cramer is making her mark on the Grand Island community be serving on the Board of Directors and Family Support Committee for Habitat for Humanity.

This is her story.

Travis Mittan, Business Risk Manager, is making his mark on the Grand Island community through his volunteer work with Grand Island Young Professionals and Hall County Leadership Tomorrow. This is his story.  

Travis Mittan, Business Risk Manager, is making his mark on the Grand Island community through his volunteer work with Grand Island Young Professionals and Hall County Leadership Tomorrow.

This is his story.