Resilience in Your Job Search

By: Luiza Goncalves Oliveira Benvenuti, Senior Psychology Student from Brusque, Brazil, and Senior Peer Career Guide with University Career Services

Resilience is a great strength that most international students already have. You may not notice it since it’s so integrated …

By Luiza Benvenuti
Luiza Benvenuti Career Connections Intern
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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
Mallory Celani Assistant Director of Employer & Internship Strategy
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$50/hr. to walk a dog?!?! How to spot a fraudulent job.

A new job opportunity is waiting in your inbox.  An employer is interested in you and they just need a little more information to get you set up with this great opportunity.  The pay sounds phenomenal so you’re about to …

By Amber Pape
Amber Pape Events & Marketing Coordinator
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Building the Rural Physician Workforce: The International Medical Graduate (IMG) on a J-1 Visa

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Those in the primary care sphere predict physician shortages could reach north of 50,000 physicians by 2032. With just 9% of physicians practicing in rural communities where 25% make up the US population, rural recruiters must consider additional solutions …

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