It's never too early to start career planning! Attend events to learn about career pathways, apply for Summer internships, update your resume, and meet with a Career Coach now. Plan for experiences that will set you up for success when it's time to apply for jobs, fellowships, or grad school.
Sydney Webb is the Academic Advisor for the School of Global Integrative Studies and the Modern Languages department. You can make an appointment with her through MyPLAN or see her drop-in hours at the link below.
If you have a quick or urgent question, please use Zoom drop-ins instead of email. Continue reading…
Our CAS Career Coach, Meagan, wants to help you set yourself up for career success!
Continue reading for this week's update on internship and research scholarships, career chats with the CIA, fellowship opportunities, and more! Continue reading…
If you have an internship or research experience planned for this summer, apply for up to $1500 of funding from the CAS Experiential Learning Fund! Applications are due April 15th.
**This might apply to field schools**
This scholarship is intended to assist women of color who are exceptional in their studies and in need of financial assistance to study abroad. DIWC will award $500 scholarships to women of color who have been accepted to an In-Person Summer 2022 Study Abroad Program. Deadline: May 1, 2022More details at: https://diwcfund.org/diwc-scholarship/
Join us on April 14th from 3:30-5:00pm for the Nebraska Lecture: "The Truth About Hunter-Gatherers" by UNL Anthropology Professor, Raymond Hames. His lecture and live Q&A with Chancellor Ronnie Green will be broadcasted via Zoom. Continue reading…More details at: https://research.unl.edu/events/researchdays_nuramp.php?EMSEventUUID=14f41679-a796-4bf8-8239-e82e81dd77ee
CAS Career Coaching invites you to come meet the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)! Get cover letter and resume tips for applying to federal jobs. During this event you'll learn about the Agency, current career and student opportunities, and have the chance to ask questions.
April 12, 4-5:30pm
***THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED***
Learn how you can become a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State through the Pickering and Rangel Fellowships! Both provide a graduate school scholarship, paid summer internships, mentorship program, and 5-year work commitment as a Foreign Service Officer.
April 14 at 6pm on Zoom! Continue reading…
This fall, learn about the basic factors influencing the location of economic activity, the influence of space and location on the evolution and development of economic systems, and world and regional patterns of economic activities!
MWF 2:30-3:20pm with Dr. Andrew Husa
Intro to theories and methods of Geographic Information Science (GIScience) and Geographic Information Systems (GISystems). Focuses on spatial thinking, analysis skills, and the fundamental knowledge needed to use GIS effectively, accurately, and ethically.
MWF 12:30-1:20pm + F 2:30-4:15pm lab Continue reading…
Explore the history of cultural geography and the current theoretical debates of feminism, post-structuralism, post-colonialism and environmentalism, and the influences of literary and cultural studies in the development of cultural geography + methodologies.
TR 12:30-1:45pm with Dr. Buller
Exploration of political economies of health care, the geographic distribution of services, the impacts of location in both care utilization and access, emphasizing the importance of "place" in health outcomes.
MWF 9:30-10:20am with Dr. Shepard
If your passion is working in the great outdoors or preserving and protecting some of America's most exciting cultural resources, the Forest Service invites you to apply!
Apply on USAJOBS.gov before April 19th Continue reading…
If you have an internship in DC this summer, apply for the Professional Enrichment Academy by April 15th! This is a free program that provides access to exclusive Q&A and networking opportunities with successful alum in DC.More details at: https://ppc.unl.edu/washington-dc-enrichment-academy/washington-dc-professional-enrichment-academy-program
This half-day online event is for prospective Anthropology graduate students to learn more about the graduate school application process and the options they have for their next step.
April 14, 12:00-4:30 Eastern. Click the link for more info.
NATO is looking for students studying everything from Architecture to Infrastructure, Arabic to Engineering, Journalism, Human Resources, and more for internships in 2023! Must have a working knowledge of French.
Continue reading for more info on eligibility. Deadline: May 8, 2022 Continue reading…
You can study Korean this summer through the University of Minnesota with the Big Ten Academic Alliance CourseShare program!
9:05am-12:20pm MTWThF (remote)
June 6 - July 8
If interested, contact Dr. Nora Peterson (email@example.com)
This workshop will cover the application process for Law School and how to prepare to submit your best application, including topics like timeline, researching law schools, the application (LSAT, personal statement, etc.), and more. Ideal for Sophomores and Juniors.
April 13, 4-5pm, LLS 221
Are you concerned that we do not engage with others about social issues? Would you like to reflect on and improve your communication skills? Do you want to get credit for participating in conversations about important and, at times, polarizing topics?
Take COMM 160! Continue reading for more info. Continue reading…
Support the student organization Mind & Craft by purchasing something at the Goodie Sale! Come get felt stuffed items such as frogs, mushrooms, succulents, and more on April 11, 13, and 15 from 11:00am-2:00pm in the Union!