Women Leaders in STEM at UNL

In celebration of Women’s History Month, University Career Services in collaboration with student leaders Sophia Deras and Andrea Goertzen at the University of Nebraska Lincoln invite students, faculty, staff, and alumni to attend a panel session and discussion about current …

By Letty Garcia
Letty Garcia Career Advisor Letty Garcia
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Women of Color in STEM Career Panel

In celebration of Women’s History Month, University Career Services in collaboration with student leaders at the University invites students, faculty, staff, and alumni to attend a career panel session to discuss the many contributions that women of color have had …

By Letty Garcia
Letty Garcia Career Advisor Letty Garcia
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Finding My Calling as a First Generation

“I truly believe every person has a purpose they have been set on this planet for such a time as to accomplish something.”

Niet Tuom, recent UNL graduate and a Child and Family Services Specialist with the State of Nebraska

By Letty Garcia
Letty Garcia Career Advisor Letty Garcia
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First Gen Career Readiness Series: Job Search & Networking

Join us for the continuation of the First Gen Career Readiness series starting Wednesday, February 17th from 3pm-4pm.

In this session First Gen students will learn how to develop a targeted job search strategy, research jobs and industries, and connect …

By Letty Garcia
Letty Garcia Career Advisor Letty Garcia
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First Gen Career Readiness Series Continues This Spring

“I definitely encourage other First Gen students to attend the series because you receive valuable information from professionals who understand what it means to be First Gen.”  Cynthia Figueroa, First Gen Student at UNL
University Career Services launched its first …

By Letty Garcia
Letty Garcia Career Advisor Letty Garcia
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Virtual Career Fair Attire: Dress for Success without Breaking the Bank

UNL’s spring virtual career fairs are happening Feb. 23-26th so it’s time to start preparing to have a great career fair experience.  Even though interactions with employers will be online, professional dress is still encouraged for virtual professional interactions. Here …

By Amber Pape
Amber Pape Events & Marketing Coordinator Amber Pape
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Celebrating MLK Week Applying Dr. King’s Teachings on Economic Justice

As a part of the MLK Week 2021 to honor the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., University Career Services in collaboration with the Dr. Michael W. Combs Honors Scholars, and the W.E.B Du Bois Honor Society, at the University …

By Letty Garcia
Letty Garcia Career Advisor Letty Garcia
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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 Mallory Celani
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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 Amber Pape
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First Gen Career Readiness Series in Full Swing

 

The First Gen Career Readiness Series began on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. During the first session of the First Gen series students learned about the concept of personal branding and how to identify their First Gen strengths through a …

By Letty Garcia
Letty Garcia Career Advisor Letty Garcia
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