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Undergraduate Student Intern at the Foster Care Review Office
• Foster Care Review Office (FCRO) has an opportunity for an undergraduate student intern to help our office track legislative bills and activity during the 2022 Nebraska legislative session.
• The Foster Care Review Office is an independent state agency responsible for oversight of the foster care system in Nebraska. In addition, the FCRO submits annual and quarterly reports to the legislature with data and information about children in out-of-home care in Nebraska.
• Location: In Lincoln office or remote
• Hours: 10 hours/week
• Submit interest or resume to Monika Gross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2022 RAY DIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP
We are pleased to announce that the 2022 application cycle for the Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Diversity Fellowship is now open! The RAY Diversity Fellowship is a two-year (1-year with 1-year renewal), full-time position with partner conservation and clean energy organizations with the goal of increasing and facilitating environmentally-related career pathways for emerging leaders of color. RAY Fellows have worked in a variety of communications, climate, policy, research, education, fieldwork, and philanthropic capacities.
Eligibility & How to Apply
• Eligible applicants will:
• Come from a racial / ethnic background underrepresented in the environmental sector and demonstrate a commitment to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion
• Be no more than 1 year out of college and have a Bachelor's Degree by August 2022 (we are not considering individuals with graduate degrees at this time)
• Have not had a full-time job in conservation or clean energy
• Have the ability to work in the United States and commit to the entire fellowship
• Visit their website at http://www.rayfellowship.org/apply for application instructions and deadlines
Schramm Education Center
• These positions would be great for students interested in gaining experience in environmental education and science communication. We are looking to hire as soon as we can so that we are fully staffed for the field trip season in late spring and for summer. The six month positions can be either part time or full time.
• Apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/nebraska/jobs/3466832/temporary-park-worker-ii-naturalist?fbclid=IwAR0eVDl_qwHE1W_fN9AoAj_KbUDyLeLtuqOWzwrwA_yZ4nCicqqjFGAJxpQ.
ORISE Research Participation Program
• The ORISE Research Participation Program has announced new fellowship opportunities at the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
• BARDA provides an integrated, systematic approach to the advanced research and development of medical countermeasures for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear agents, pandemic influenza, and emerging infectious diseases, like COVID-19, that threaten the U.S. civilian population. This is an exciting opportunity for fellows to be involved with such critical activities to help protect our Nation.
• Undergraduate and graduate students may apply for part-time positions for this summer (May-August 2022). The application deadline is April 30, 2022.
• Preferred skills:
o Strong oral and written skills
o Critical thinking and data analysis
o Independence, self-motivation, and the ability to take initiative
o Preferred fields of study: life sciences, physical sciences, communications & graphic design, environmental and marine sciences, mathematics & statistics
Bureau of Sociological Research
• Gain real experience with human subjects research, surveys, and other data collection
• Preference for students who have completed statistics and methods courses, but not required Traditional (single semester or summer) or extended opportunities available
• Virtual opportunities available
• Will work with department to help get you credit
• Undergraduate ($11/hour) and graduate ($15/hour) students
Legal Intern Position
• Bruning Law Group in downtown Lincoln is looking for hard-working students to fill a few legal intern positions for the remaining spring semester and for the summer. Duties include conducting legislative research, drafting, and editing documents, performing organizational tasks, and completing other duties as assigned. This position will report to the Special Projects Coordinator and requires a high level of accuracy, attention to detail, and critical thinking. Interns will gain experience in a professional environment while interacting with attorneys and other support staff.
• Applicants must be proficient in Word and Excel. The positions are paid, and preference will be given to applicants able to work a minimum of 15 hours per week. Bruning Law Group’s hours of operation are from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
• Resume and transcripts: Anita Scheuler at email@example.com
• Questions: call 402-261-3475
Digital Practice LSAT Test #90
April 30, 8:45 AM-12:00 PM in Louise Pound Hall 27
• Please join us for a FREE Practice LSAT using a digital testing environment. This Practice LSAT will help you practice your skills on the LSAT as well as what it is like to take the test in a digital environment similar to the Official LSAT exam. You will need to BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP or TABLET to participate. If you do not have one, you can check one out here: https://its.unl.edu/services/equipment-checkout/ . (Laptop check out must be done Monday-Friday).
US Legal History Course – Summer 2022
• HIST 115: Making & Breaking Law in US History will be taught in the 1st 5 week summer session (June 6 – July 8). This is an ACE 8 course and would be a great course for students interested in learning more about our legal system. See attached flyer for more information.
• Register via MyRed – Summer Registration begins March 7
Title IX Course – Fall 2022 (3 credits, ACE 5)
• HIST 112 will be available this upcoming fall and will focus on Title IX to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Title IX. In this class, you will learn more about the landmark legislation co-authored by Patsy Mink who attended UNL in 1947, and Birch Bayh of Indiana; develop legal history skills while focusing on a legislative bill that permeates your entire educational career; conduct research in partnership with public Title IX programming; and Learn more about the history of education, employment law, and gender equality in higher-ed AND K-12 settings. Register for HIST 112 sec. 003, Professor Katrina Jagodinsky.
• Register via MyRed
Gap Year Opportunity – Orthopedic Surgery Research in New York City
• The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City is hiring a full-time research assistant and is looking for pre-health students who will be taking a gap year to work with their research team in foot and ankle surgery research. This position will provide experience in research and patient care. The position is an in-person position in New York City. The full details of the position and information on requirements and how to apply are attached. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarship for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
• This award is to recognize an outstanding student majoring in a field related to health promotion and disease prevention on any campus of the University of Nebraska. Minimum Award is $1,000. Eligible candidates are regularly-enrolled University of Nebraska undergraduate students in good academic standing who are majoring in a field related to health promotion and disease prevention. Majors may include but are not limited to, undergraduate health professions (example: nursing, allied health), community health education, nutrition, psychology, biology, and exercise physiology. Candidates shall have expressed an interest in a career addressing health promotion and disease prevention, and insight into an understanding of careers related to health promotion and disease prevention. The career plan may focus on education, research, and/or practice, with particular attention to the needs of Nebraska and its citizens.
• Apply here by April 25, 2022. Application requires a personal statement, unofficial transcript, and a faculty letter of recommendation – all due by April 25.
• Questions: Contact Jessica Tschirren – email@example.com
ORISE Research Participation Program
• The ORISE Research Participation Program has announced new fellowship opportunities at the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). BARDA provides an integrated, systematic approach to the advanced research and development of medical countermeasures for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear agents, pandemic influenza, and emerging infectious diseases, like COVID-19, that threaten the U.S. civilian population. This is an exciting opportunity for fellows to be involved with such critical activities to help protect our Nation. Undergraduate and graduate students may apply for part-time positions for this summer (May-August 2022). Preferred fields of study: life sciences, physical sciences, communications & graphic design, environmental and marine sciences, mathematics & statistics. Students can see more details and start an application here.
• Application Deadline: April 30
• Questions: Felicia Harris (Felicia.Harris@hhs.gov)
Scholarship - Nebraska Environmental Health Association
• The NEHA Scholarship is a limited term scholarship for undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in an environmental health/public health science-based program at a Nebraska college or university. Recipients of the scholarships are required to be full-time students. Preference will be given to those with a connection to environmental health and/or public health in Nebraska; either through attending a Nebraska college or university or by working in the field of environmental and/or public health in Nebraska (example: internship or volunteer experience in NE). Selection may be based on scholastic merit, demonstration of community service, involvement in student-faculty research, and/or intention to seek internship or employment in the State of Nebraska. See attached flyer for further details and application requirements. See attached flyer for more details.
• Application Deadline: May 1
CASPA Application Presentation – Creighton PA
• Creighton’s PA program is hosting a session on how to navigate and complete the CASPA application. This will be helpful for students applying to PA school this year. Invitation: The CASPA application opens on April 28th. Join us for a virtual FREE, LIVE, interactive and candid presentation focused on the application process with valuable takeaways and insight into making YOUR application shine!! Creighton PA’s Admissions Specialist, Ms. Geri Horton, has helped countless students navigate this process and is graciously offering her time and expertise to answer your questions!
• Date: Wednesday, April 27th, 2022
• Time: 5:00-6:00 p.m. CST
• Registration: Register Here!
• Questions?: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
AMCAS Application Info Session
April 28th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Employer in Residence: Daily Nebraskan Media Group
April 26th, 2022, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in Howard L. Hawks Hall
• We are the Daily Nebraskan Media Group, also known as the DNMG, and we specialize in developing custom marketing solutions for businesses just like yours. We know it takes an integrated approach to achieve your marketing goals, and we have the know-how to make a simple and effective plan for you.
Employer in Residence: Fiserv
April 28th, 2022, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in Howard L. Hawks Hall
• We help people and businesses move money and information every minute of every day. Our solutions connect financial institutions, corporations, merchants and consumers to one another, millions of times a day, behind the scenes, reliably and securely.
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