UNL Sophomore Finds Career Success Through Micro-Internship Program

“I think all Career Coaches are here to help and see you succeed. Take advantage of that free opportunity,” said Kate Fraser.

Fraser, a UNL sophomore majoring in International Business with a specialization in Management and a minor in French …

By Gage Boardman-Allgood
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Stitching Success: How a Micro-Internship Led to New Passions

“I highly recommend the micro-internship program to other students because it is an excellent way to get your ‘foot in the door’ as well as exploring the potential career paths ahead of you,” said Sydney Huynh.

Huynh, a UNL senior …

By Gage Boardman-Allgood
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The Power of Preparation: Hailey Abler’s Journey from Intern to a Role at Kiewit

“It is extremely important to meet with Career Coaches so you can get one-on-one feedback and be truly prepared for the workforce after college,” said Hailey Abler.

Abler, a recent UNL grad who majored in Marketing with a certificate in …

By Gage Boardman-Allgood
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Exploring Pathways: How a Career Event Opened Doors to a Rare Internship Opportunity for this UNL Undergrad

“It really solidified for me that this is the right career for me, because it’s so rewarding. Helping a child, being a part of their support staff, and seeing them succeed and advance in treatment, it’s like the best feeling …

By Gage Boardman-Allgood
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Internship Guide for International Students

Hello! I am a second-year master’s student in the Educational Administration Student Affairs program at UNL and recently completed my summer internship at Brown University. The internship was part of my required curriculum and a fantastic opportunity to gain experience, …

By Cholpon Kalandarova
Cholpon Kalandarova Graduate Student in Educational Administration Student Affairs
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From Greens to Graphics: How This Golfer Teed Up a Successful Design Business 

“I was lucky to have some really good professors that encouraged me even when I didn’t know what I wanted to do within graphic design,” said Kate Smith. “I didn’t really know where I fit in that industry either, so …

By Gage Boardman-Allgood
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Students Gain Valuable Experience and Make an Impact Through Summer Internship Program at Lincoln Museums  

The Summer Internship Program, launched this year by University Career Services, connects nonprofits with students who are First Generation or Black, Indigenous, or a Person of Color (BIPOC) or who have not yet had an internship. Through this program, organizations …

By Maddi Galusha
Maddi Galusha Graduate Assistant, Micro-Internship and Mentoring Program Coordinator
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UNL Graduate’s Personal Experience Sparks a Passion for Genetic Counseling and Drives Career Aspirations 

“Fathoming the great potential of genetic diagnostics and personalized care ignited my passion for becoming a genetic counselor and my desire to contribute to the field through my academic performance and community involvement,” said Violetta Bakunina.  

Bakunina’s unique background has played …

By Annelise Christen
Annelise Christen Engagement and Connections Coordinator
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Paid Internship Program Launched for First-Generation, BIPOC Students 

University Career Services recently launched the Summer Internship Program that benefits local nonprofit organizations and provides paid opportunities to UNL students including First Generation and BIPOC students and students who have not had an internship. 

The pilot program goal allows …

By Maddi Galusha
Maddi Galusha Graduate Assistant, Micro-Internship and Mentoring Program Coordinator
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UNL student embarks on life-changing trip to Kenya, finds true passion 

During her freshman year at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Hannah Moseman was introduced to a non-profit called The Hope Venture by her resident assistant. The then agricultural education major decided to embark on a lifechanging trip to Kenya where she …

By Bailey Herrera
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