Mallory Celani

Assistant Director of Employer & Internship Strategy

Mallory Celani

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

How did you gain experience when you were a student?

While I was a student, I explored different majors by taking part in on-campus clubs, activities, and employment. For example, I worked as a writer for the university magazine, acted in several plays and musicals, and joined the business honors student club.

How did you become a career development professional?

I have a B.S. in business with a focus in marketing, an M.B.A., and am currently pursuing my Ph.D. in Educational Leadership in Higher Education. I became a career development professional late in life after spending about 10 years as a professional pastry chef. I made this change because while teaching culinary arts, I realized that helping students gain great experience during their college years was something that made me feel complete.

Who is someone who impacted your career development?

My career development was greatly impacted by Dr. Michael Gross who became my mentor when I was his graduate research assistant at Colorado State University. He helped me realize that I am a smart and strategic thinker and that working in higher education aligned with my values.

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Employer Webinar – Fall 2021 Career Fair Updates

On Thursday, June 10th, Career Services hosted an opportunity for employers to learn and ask questions about the 2021 Fall Career Fair days hosted by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The event included staff from the Employer Relations Team who went …

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Tell UNL About Your Internship/Co-op, Volunteerism, Research, and other Experience!

Introducing the Experiential Learning Dashboard in MyRed!

UNL students participate in a wide variety of experiential learning opportunities and the University wishes to capture information around these experiences.  If you have had an internship/co-op, volunteer, research, or career-related experience this 

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Tell UNL About Your Internship/Co-op, Volunteerism, Research, and other Experience!

UNL students participate in a wide variety of experiential learning opportunities and the University wishes to capture information around these experiences.  If you have had an internship/co-op, volunteer, research, or career-related experience this summer or fall, share your experience via …

By Mallory Celani
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So you missed the Fall Career Fair: Here are 5 things you can do for job and internship searching before the end of the semester

During the course of four days in September, over 1,800 students met with over 200 employers at UNL’s first ever Virtual Career Fair. Weren’t able to make it? Here are some actions you can take to work on your career …

By Mallory Celani
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UNL Career Services Town Hall Webinar for Employers on Virtual Fairs

On Friday, August 28th, Career Services hosted the first of two opportunities for employers to learn and ask questions about the first ever Virtual Career Fair days hosted by the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. The event included staff from …

By Mallory Celani
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