Milan Laser is the best solution for permanent hair removal. Our registered nurses create a unique treatment plan for each client to create the most comfortable path to smooth, hair-free skin.
While some lasers claim to remove hair, only Milan promises 100% permanent hair removal with The Unlimited Package. We guarantee for one price, you’ll have life-long results. Our unique protocol treats a wide variety of skin and hair types safely, while stopping hair growth forever.
Milan’s nurses are individually trained and evaluated by our physician-owners, ensuring consistent and effective treatments so every one of our clients has amazing results. Our unique protocols maximize hair removal for a variety of skin tones and shades of hair.
In a fraction of the time, pain and price, laser hair removal at Milan is the most gentle way to say goodbye to unwanted hair forever. It’s time to never shave again.
Reveal your true self by permanently removing unwanted body hair with laser hair removal.
Avoid embarrassing hair growth — treatments require the area to be cleanly shaven.
Nearly a pain free process. Our lasers are much less painful than electrolysis or waxing.
All treatments are performed by female registered nurses under the supervision of a medical doctor.
Why Include Laser Hair Removal in Your Transition:
Removing unwanted hair is an important part of realizing your true gender identity. In the past, that meant an endless cycle of waxing & shaving and issues like embarrassing stubble, razor burn, bumps, and ingrown hairs. With laser hair removal, you can avoid these painful side effects.
Instead of irritating your skin to temporarily remove hair, laser hair removal will permanently remove the hair without damaging your skin. This is because our laser eliminates the root of the hair by targeting the melanin in the follicle so that it can never grow back.
Additionally, you DO NOThave to let the hair growout in order for laser hair removal to be successful. In fact, it’s a requirement that areas being treated are closely shaven.
Moody’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Allies (LGBTA) ERG advocates a work environment that respects, welcomes and supports lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender professionals and enables them to perform to their fullest potential and contribute to the greater goals of the firm.
Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3, non-profit, NO KILL organization launched in January 2015 by a small group of devoted animal lovers, in the Council Bluffs/Omaha area, with many years of rescue experience wanting to make a difference in the lives of dogs. Our rescue works with dogs of any breed, physical condition or age. It is all volunteer based, and all of our rescue dogs are living in the homes of our volunteers.
Our rescue is unique in that we offer supportive services, such as education and training, to owners considering relinquishing their pet in an effort to try to keep the dog in their home whenever possible. We also educate and offer placement assistance to owners attempting to rehome their pets through social media sites, which can often be risky for the pets as well as the owners.
Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue needs foster parents as well as trainers, groomers, fundraisers and transporters. We also need people to help with the data base, websites and adoption activities. If you have a passion for helping needy animals and can spare a few hours each week, we would love to talk to you!!
NFM was founded in 1937. The company has been open over 76 years!
NFM currently employs over 2800 employees (June 2013: Does not include any Texas employees)
Our new Nebraska Furniture Mart of Texas will employ 2200!
Number of layoffs in the history of NFM = 0!!!!
Longest employment record of an NFM employee was 58 years
Over four generations have worked at NFM.
The average number of years of service for an NFM employee is 7 years
As of June 2013, NFM has had over 200 people exceed 20 years of employment
Over 300 NFM employees have been awarded the company’s highest honor: the President’s Award
NFM has employees who speak the following languages; English, Spanish, Kurdish, Turkish, Hindi, French, ASL, German, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Italian, Arabic, Ukrainian, and Chinese!
NFM participates in at least two walk/run charities per year in each location
NFM has hosted auditions for America’s Next Top Model, Biggest Loser, and Amazing Race
NFM offers several fitness classes for its employees; such as Pi-Yo (Pilates & Yoga mix), Bootcamp, Zumba, Stress-Relief Yoga, a Walking Club, and more!
NFM employees have lost more than 3500lbs participating in the FAST program
Over 97% of currently employed staff (06/2013) participates in the NFM 401K program
NFM offers a variety of training to their employees. Trainings include; New Hire Orientation, Sales Training, Distribution Center Training, Service Plus, Leadership Development Program, Safety Training, Training Within Industry, and many more!
90% of NFM leadership is hired from within the company!
The average annual revenue for the Omaha and Des Moines locations is over $400 million.
Omaha Performing Arts is dedicated to creating a vibrant future for the arts in Omaha and beyond. We are the largest arts institution in Nebraska with 3.7 million visitors to our venues in the last 12 years. To buy tickets, visit Ticket Omaha, the official retailer for the Orpheum Theater and Holland Performing Arts Center.
Omaha Rollergirls is Omaha’s premier all-female flat-track roller derby league. Roller derby is the fastest growing sport in the world and Omaha Rollergirls, is proud to represent the city of Omaha on the international level.
Our mission is to promote the strength, athleticism, and independence of women through the sport of flat-track roller derby and to provide the skills and training necessary for participation at the regional, national, and international level.
Consisting of a diverse group of athletes, the members of Omaha Rollergirls are comprised of two teams – the Omaha Rollergirls All-Stars, a seasoned team of skaters that represents the league in international sanctioned game play, and the Omaha Rollergirls AAA, which competes regionally and whose focus is to refine skills and strategy while still competing competitively.
Omaha Rollergirls operates as a not for profit organization and is skater owned and operated. The organization is entirely run through its volunteers – no one receives monetary compensation – this includes the skaters themselves, those who train/coach the girls, the officials who enforce the rules and the board of directors that run the organization. Funds raised go directly back to the community or to further development of the league.
When Omaha Rollergirls are not on the track, they are assisting their community through involvement and volunteer work with organizations such as MOSAIC, Youth Emergency Services, Ted E. Bear Hollow, the American Cancer Society, Omaha Dog Parks, Methodist Heidi Wilke SANE/SART Program (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner/Sexual Assault Response Team), Omaha Police Department, Patricia Hiatt Memorial Cancer Fund, Dominic Elkins Fund Raiser, Benson/Fontenelle Parks and the Special Olympics. They also dedicate their time and resources to training the future of Omaha Roller Girls and Roller Bros with Omaha Junior Roller Derby. Omaha Junior Roller Derby (OJRD) is co-ed team serving kids ages 8-17. Emphasizing sportsmanship, teamwork, perseverence, and leadership, OJRD strives to encourage their skaters to become great teammates and collaborators on the derby track, in the classroom, and beyond. If you know anyone that might be interested in joining the OJRD team please email email@example.com.
Red Carpet Event Party Rentals is Omaha’s premiere party enhancing equipment rental company.Upgrade your next private or public event to an exciting experience. Make your Wedding, Birthday, Graduation, Company picnic or Family Gathering memorable with our party enhancement rentals. Choose an attraction for your guests to enjoy like a photobooth, bounce house or go karts. You may also mix and match a package of attractions.
RNDC strives to be a sought-after employer known for our strong family culture, exciting career and development opportunities, and positive work environment that makes our Associates feelaccomplished, challenged and engaged.
At RNDC, we value the health and well-being of our Associates, which is why we offer a dynamic package of health and wellness benefits that provide exceptional care and value, including:
• Medical, Dental and Vision programs
• Health Savings Accounts
• Flex Savings Accounts
• Wellness Programs
• 401(k) with company match
• Paid holidays and vaction
• Professional Development Programs
• Volunteer Program
Republic National Distributing Company and National Distributing Company are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. It is our policy not to discriminate against any Employee or Applicant. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability. This policy of nondiscrimination in employment includes but is not limited to: recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, employment advertising or solicitations, compensation, layoff or termination of employment.
In the early 1980s a group of five Omahans traveled to Des Moines to hear the Twin Cities Men’s Chorus. Inspired by the concert, the friends returned home and set about creating an LGBT music group with rehearsals starting September 24, 1984. Three months later, the first River City Mixed Chorus (RCMC) concert was joyfully performed in downtown Omaha December 16, 1984. The founding Chorus members were 10 talented men and women, launching what would become decades of groundbreaking musical performances.
RCMC officially incorporated in the State of Nebraska in 1985 and received 501(c)3 non-profit status from the IRS in 1986. Throughout the years, the Chorus has enjoyed performing in venues across Omaha, including First United Methodist Church, the Lied Education Center for the Arts on the Creighton University campus, the Strauss Performing Arts Center at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, and the Holland Performing Arts Center (Omaha’s premiere performing arts venue).
Since its inception in 1984, RCMC has been a proud member of the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses (GALA), a non-profit arts service association serving the international lesbian and gay choral movement. RCMC was one of the first mixed choruses to join the association and to this day remains one of the longest-running Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally (GLBTA) Mixed Choruses in the United States.
Each year, RCMC continues to grow and challenge members with fun, thought provoking and touching music that brings audiences together.
As a healthcare administration and revenue cycle solutions provider, we focus on the business side of healthcare so our clients can focus on their patients. We work with public and private sector clients to improve the health of their organizations so they can improve the health of our neighbors, including the brave men and women who served our country.
Making the lives of the people we work with better.
We focus on what’s right about you and building on your natural talents. You’ll feel the difference in our dynamic and enjoyable work atmosphere that promotes professional growth and personal achievement. Our team members are empowered to reach optimal performance levels while being able to maintain a healthy work-life balance.
We reward great performance and offer growth paths for our associates. In 2016, over 12% of Signature workforce earned promotion, a much higher rate than the national averages. You find yourself able to do the work you were made to do, while assisting healthcare providers in making our world healthier.
Commitment to Diversity
Signature is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is strongly committed to workplace diversity as a pillar of our continued success. Our recruiting, hiring, and development programs help to keep our organization energized with passion and innovation by ensuring we employ the best people from diverse backgrounds.
We work to affect positive change and increase awareness of the LGBTQ community within Starbucks through an equitable, dynamic and supportive environment. We work to affect positive change and increase awareness of the LGBTQA community within Starbucks through an equitable, dynamic and supportive environment.
I began selling LGBTQ merchandise while serving on the board of directors of a nonprofit organization. Charged with the task of running the organization’s gift shop, one day I innocently asked, “What if we took the store out to a festival now and then?” Thus began what would become one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, traveling to small to medium sized pride festivals, selling people items that affirm who they are and help them feel more accepted in the world. In my travels, I felt privileged to meet people and hear about their lives. I also witnessed acts of familial support that would have been unimaginable a generation or two earlier. After the relationship with the nonprofit ended, friends encouraged me to continue a mission that had come to have great meaning for me.
By the way, I won’t look anything like this when you see me at an event. I am my own roadie, so the shirt won’t be tucked in, there won’t be a jacket in sight, and I’ll be wearing a baseball cap to absorb sweat and protect my bald head from the sun. Perhaps, though, I’ll have something in which you see a little bit of yourself. See you at an event soon!
Summit Dental Health was born from the hard work of many dental professionals, all asking themselves, “How can we provide an outstanding experience for our patients, while delivering great patient care?” The answer came in forming a partnership with one another. You may know us by our former names, Dundee Dental, Indian Hills Dental, Old Market Dental, Rainbow Dental, Siouxland Dental Heath and Towne Dental. While our names have changed, you will still see familiar faces at your visits.
By partnering together, we have been able to expand our network of professionals, add more hours and locations to better serve our patients. We offer convenient plans and accept most insurance policies. For more information about making Summit Dental Health your dental home, call today!
It’s through the diversity of race, national origin, age, marital status, gender identity / expression, sexual orientation, citizenship status, service in the armed forces, disability, thoughts, ideas and perspectives that better ways begin to take shape. TD Ameritrade believes in providing avenues through which each of us can be our full selves and bring unique and enriching experiences to the table. We’re proud to have been recognized for our commitment to diversity by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation with the 2017 Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality award.
Ten Thousand Villages Lincoln was started by a small group of people right here in Lincoln 35 years ago. These people saw a unique opportunity to affect change in alleviating poverty on a global scale, specifically with marginalized people in developing nations. They started very small, by purchasing fair trade handicrafts and selling them in their church basement. As they were able to purchase more and more, they realized they could think even bigger and start a store to support these artisan makers all over the globe! They eventually opened a store front and kept on growing into the non-profit, fair trade store we are today. We are our own non-profit organization, with our own board of directors and a large pool of committed volunteers!
As one of the world’s oldest and largest fair trade organizations, Ten Thousand Villages has spent more than 60 years cultivating trading relationships in which artisans receive a fair price for their work and consumers have access to distinctive handcrafted items. We seek to establish long-term buying relationships in places where skilled artisans are under- or unemployed, and in which they lack other opportunities for income. A founding member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), Ten Thousand Villages sees fair trade as an alternative approach to conventional international trade.
TAKING REVOLUTIONARY ART OFF THE WALLS AND ONTO OUR BODIES
It is the mission of The Change Project to elevate the voices of LGBTQ people and advocate for an improved quality of life through the arts, education, and local policy initiatives in the Deep South and Midwest United States.
Founded in 2012, The Change Project was inspired by a capstone project of founder Steven Romeo. The organization brought visibility and empowerment to LGBTQ identities through its first photo campaign, “Embody Progress.” Shortly thereafter, The Change Project developed “Shop Progress,” an online and touring vendor space featuring affordable products with activist messaging. In November of 2015, The Change Project was honored by the White House as a “Champion of Change.”
The Change Project works with queer folks in Southern, Midwestern, and rural communities, QTPOC, youth, people living with HIV, and low income communities. The Change Project provides leadership opportunities to those from the communities we serve through an expansive internship program where emerging leaders entering the nonprofit sector gain experience advocating for social change, coordinating dynamic programs, and developing grassroots level funding strategies.