Students from UNL gain experience through many forms of experiential learning, including Internships, Co-ops, Volunteering, Undergraduate Research, and more.

University Career Services is excited about developing partnerships that benefit employers and their recruitment efforts as well as our students. Internships are increasingly important in student development, with approximately 75% of students having completed at least one by graduation.

UNL Career Services Town Hall Webinar for Employers on Virtual Fairs

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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 Wallace
Mallory Wallace Assistant Director of Employer & Internship Strategy Mallory Wallace
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Rural Recruitment: How to Identify and Mentor Rural Superstars

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Some rural health clinicians are Superstars – in their careers, they will see it all, do it all, practice at the top of their scope, and take home more than their share of patient “thank yous” (e.g., homemade pies). …

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