• Monday, April 3, 2023

    Just-In-Time Fair

    Late-spring Just-In-Time Fair that helps provide students an opportunity to find those last-minute summer internships and experiential opportunities.

    The fair is open to students of all majors and degree levels and will allow them to connect with a variety of employers with open positions. 

    We will also be updating the focus area resource to help students better identify the most relevant employers/opportunities.

    Student registration is now open in Handshake.  As a reminder, students are not required to register in Handshake to attend, but their registration gives us a better idea of expected student traffic and also sends the student a reminder email the day before the event.

      Since this event is on a Monday, an automatic email could be very beneficial to interested students.

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  • Wednesday, April 12, 2023

    IC CAE in National Security Studies Program

    The IC CAE in National Security Studies Program was established during 2005 in response to the nation’s increasing need for IC professionals who are educated and trained with the unique knowledge, skills and capabilities to carry out America’s national security objectives. The IC CAE Program provides colleges and universities with the opportunity to implement curricula focusing on the critical IC skill sets needed to strengthen the IC workforce and effectively meet mission requirements.

    The UNL IC Scholars Program has mentored more than 200 students in the past decade and sent dozens to productive careers in Federal service. In the years leading up to the pandemic students from our program stood a better than 50/50 shot at leaving UNL with a conditional job offer with a security clearance. This is well above most other similar programs in the country. We have a formula that works for helping students navigate the rather odd process of getting a job in the IC.

    Students are encouraged to learn more about our program and apply if it fits their future career goals. Students from all majors are welcome to apply.


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  • Saturday, April 15, 2023

    Washington DC Professional Enrichment Academy (DCPEA)

    DCPEA is a university-system program aimed to connect students who have summer internship in DC with each other and alumni in the area. The program serves all students from all majors and campuses. There is no cost for enrolling. In fact, funding is available for students as needed.

    This is a value-add program where students can participate in group socials, local DC events, and meet guest lecturers to expand their professional networks. An optional zero-credit academic course is available, but not necessary to participate in the program. Allison Docter and her collegue plan to host an info session for interested students sometime in March, so we will keep you posted.

    The application opened on January 20th and closes April 15th. As you hear from students about their summer plans, if any of them are heading to DC, please keep this program in mind for ways to get them connected. Attached is a brief informational poster and HERE is the application link. HERE is a link to the DCPEA website for more information.

    If you have questions please contact Allison Docter at 402-472-4190 or call the MVSC and we will get you connected with the right resources.

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  • Wednesday, April 26, 2023

    Learn to Earn with Mutual of Omaha

    Meet employers who are interested Meet in student veterans, service members and dependents. A Career Advisor will be avalible to help you explore majors and prepare you for internships and careers. This event will take place in the Military and Veteran Success Center room 16 in the Nebraska Union on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. And a FREE Lunch will be provided.

    Mutual of Omaha is committed to listening to customers and help them through life’s transitions by providing an array of insurance and financial products.
    A Career Advisor will be avalible to help explore majors and prepare you for internships and careers.

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  • Sunday, June 11, 2023

    Big Red Camps + Job Oppurtunity



    Through Big Red Summer Academic Camps, students have the opportunity to develop new skills, prepare for college, stand out in college applications, explore potential careers, and meet like-minded peers in a safe and structured environment.

    Sessions include:

    ▪️Agriculture & Natural Resources


    ▪️Career Pathways in Extension - 4-H and Consumer & Family Sciences

    ▪️Clothing Design, Sustainability, & the Future of Textiles

    ▪️Cryptopgraphy - AGAM

    ▪️Digital Media



    ▪️Physics of Earth

    ▪️Speech, Hearing & Special Education


    ▪️Unicameral Youth Legislature

    ▪️Veterinary Science

    ▪️Weather & Climate Science

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