CAS academic advisors and career coaches are available for 45-minute meetings both in person and via Zoom. When scheduling your appointment on Student Success Hub, select the location that best fits your need.
We look forward to connecting with you, sharing information, and helping you identify next steps for success! If you need help, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 472-4190.
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CAS career coaching
The CAS career coaches partner with your academic advisors and faculty to help you explore career paths, gain experience, and prepare to apply for internships, jobs, and graduate school. Meet with a career coach to generate ideas and leads, then get help on your resume, applications, and interview skills. Activate your Handshake account to see jobs and internships.
What to expect from career coaching
What are past French, German, Russian, and Spanish majors doing?
- French transferrable skills, internships, jobs, and graduate programs
- German transferrable skills, internships, jobs, and graduate programs
- Russian transferrable skills, internships, jobs, and graduate programs
- Spanish transferrable skills, internships, jobs, and graduate programs
University Career Services
The career coaches partner with UCS. Here are some resources:
- A website to explore what can be done with any major or minor.
- Explore Majors and Careers
- Job Search Guide
- Graduate School Guide
- Career fairs, programs, and events
Academic and Career Advising Center
107 Oldfather Hall
73% of employers value cultural experience and consider study abroad critical when evaluating the resume of a job candidate. Today's global marketplace requires intellectual flexibility, cultural awareness, and diverse communication skills - your education abroad will give you the hands on experience to exceed expectations.
Learn about our faculty led experiences and visit the Education Abroad website.
Our graduate teaching assistantship includes tuition remission during the academic year and six credits during the summer. In addition, teaching assistants receive a departmental stipend that covers the cost of living in Lincoln. Students are also eligible for departmental fellowships to supplement their assistantship which can be used to cover student fees. Summer teaching is available to students in Spanish.
Availability of Teaching Assistantships vary each semester, please contact a graduate advisor for current openings. We accept applications at any time, but for fullest consideration, apply before the announced deadline for each semester.
Not all internships are alike - they can be for academic credit or not, full-time during the summer or part-time with your classes, local or far from home, paid or unpaid.
Career Services located in 230 Nebraska Union can help identify opportunities, then provide assistance with resumes, cover letters and interviewing.
Husker Hire Link is UNL’s on-line job search service connecting students to hundreds of employers with jobs and internships in all areas.