You don’t have to know where you’ll end up to get started.
Strong careers evolve over time and the range of existing career fields changes almost daily. It is impossible to predict where your path will lead, so let your curiosity move you. Learn about your own interests, abilities and values. Then connect your academics to real-world experience like internships, research, education abroad, leadership and service.
Four resources to help you succeed
CAS Career Coaches
Meet one-on-one with a Career Coach to identify your interests and goals and connect them to real-world experience that compliments your academic program.
Meagan or Kristen can help you draft or revise your resume, apply for a variety of opportunities and explore options for careers and advanced education after graduation.
- Make an appointment through the MyPLAN tab of my.unl.edu
- Call (402) 472-4190
Departmental contacts for curricular information and opportunities in the department for research, student organizations and honoraries, internships, graduate school questions and more.
University Career Services
Trained career advisors can help you identify your interests and prepare for the job or internship search. Get help with resumes, cover letters, interviewing and more while connecting to employers through Husker Hire Link. They also offer guides for job search, majors and careers, and graduate school.
The academic advising home for students who are undecided on a major, transitioning between majors, pre-health, or pre-law. They can help you explore your interests, skills, and values and connect them with majors and pre-professional fields.
Five ways to gain experience
Build experience, skills, friendships and connections.
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