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Job and Internship opportunities are shared through Handshake. These additional sites are suggested by staff and students.


Career Services encourages job /internship seekers to exercise caution throughout the job search process. Please visit Safety in the Job Search Process on tips to avoid fraudulent job postings.

On-Campus Jobs

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Current UNL Students:  Handshake is the place for students of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to search and apply for internships, co-ops, part-time and full-time jobs.


Employers:  Handshake is the place for employers to post internships, co-ops, part-time and full-time jobs for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and alumni.  


Internships and co-ops provide professional experience in a career field of interest and are an important complement to academics.

Components of Strong Internships

  • Intern receives an orientation and training
  • Intern has a specific project/responsibilities and opportunities to learn about organization's operations
  • Employer supervisor supports the student in the pursuit of learning goals
  • Intern meets organization’s leaders
  • More information

Try multiple search criteria to make results manageable

Search for U.S. based employers doing business overseas as well as overseas opportunities. National job listing and internship sites including non-profit sites may have international positions.

Check professional organizations and trade publications for potential profession-specific opportunities.

Also check listings under Communications, World Views, and Non-Profit for additional job listing sites.

Business related listings can be found in many focused job listing sites as well as broad national or international sites.

Also check listings under Communications, World Views, and Non-Profit for additional job listing sites.

Also check listings under Arts and Humanities as well as Business – Marketing and Sales.

Also check listings under Science as well as Schools and Communities.

Also check listings under Science and Business World.

Also check listings under World Views, Health and Medical, International, Non-Profit, and Government jobs.

Also check listings under World Views, Health and Medical, and Numbers and Logic.

Also check listings under International, Non-Profit, and Government jobs.

  • American Association of Museums - provides resources and information related to museums.
  • Eurograduate - lists jobs with European companies recruiting recent college graduates.
  • Going Global - International internships/jobs, foreign country and U.S. city job search guides, past H-1B employers. Access details in Husker Hire Link, Announcement Section.
  • Jobs Abroad - offers experiences abroad from employment to volunteer opportunities.
  • Population Association of America - is devoted to interdisciplinary research in the social sciences.
  • Roll Call - contains congressional news and job listings.
  • ShovelBums - provides job listings related to archaeology and cultural resource management.

Check websites of specific institutions and consider education related organizations such as educational service units, cooperative extension, and human services agencies

  • Teach In Nebraska - contains education jobs in Nebraska.
  • Education America - allows educators to search jobs, post resumes, and apply to teaching jobs.
  • Education Jobs Page - job listings from NationJob Network.
  • K12Jobs - is one stop for Employment at schools nationally.
  • Teachers-Teachers.Com - provides listings from the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.
  • USREAP - is the largest online educator recruitment resources for school districts.

Teaching internationally can be complex because of less reputable companies that recruit individuals for international teaching positions. The links below reflect some reputable organizations and websites. Some of the better schools and employers require their teachers to have a degree and certification in education, and may require two years of teaching experience.

Consult resources to help develop effective governmental resumes and applications. Also consider government contractors as potential employers.