Join the Board!

AIGA Nebraska is 100% volunteer-run and fueled by membership. Every single person in the AIGA Community, from first-year student to a nationally recognized professional, is involved because of their own personal passion for advancing design and building an even better creative community.

We are an event-centered chapter, so board members must be willing to take part in event management and planning. If you share our passion and are interested in putting your talents to work, we are searching for driven individuals for the following positions immediately.

We’re always looking for great people for AIGA Nebraska. Email our Vice President at to discover how you’re a great fit.

Board FAQs

Do I need to be a designer?

Heck no. You just need to be passionate about serving the Nebraska community.

Do I need previous board experience?

Absolutely not. Although experience doesn’t hurt, we are more than willing to teach you the ropes of board life.

What’s the time commitment?

The time commitment varies depending upon your position and what you make of it. However, you should be able to devote a few hours every week to your position, in addition to attending monthly board meetings and AIGA Nebraska events.

How long are board members expected to serve?

Typically a board member’s term is two years, but can vary based on the position.

Can I put this on my resume?

Absolutely! Show off your AIGA NE pride!

What are the typical duties expected of a board member?

Every member will have duties specific to their position, but all board members must attend ten board meetings per year plus the annual local board retreat in August. Expect to attend several AIGA events throughout the year including all the big ones. You must participate in event planning and check board email and Slack regularly.

We would love to get the chance to know you and have you serve alongside us as we shape the future of design! Apply now! or contact the Vice President to apply: vicepresident {at} Don’t see a position that’s just right for you? Fret not. As board members roll off and positions become available, we’ll post them here.