Our staff helps students in all majors and colleges make academic and career decisions, gain experience and pursue employment or further education.
The Professional Enhancement Program (PrEP) is a series of four one-credit hour pass/no pass courses designed to develop confident,
professional, and connected students for lifelong career success. PrEP’s unique and innovative four-year curriculum prepares business
students not only to successfully find an internship or full-time job, but succeed in their career and personal life after college. All
students who enter the College of Business are required to take and pass the four PrEP courses.
Professional Enhancement Program (PrEP) Webpage
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to provide instant personalized feedback on your resume based on criteria gathered from employers and global best practices – from anywhere,
at any time of the day.
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Check out this VMock video at the VMock website to learn more.
To receive VMock access, you must sign in using your preferred email address as indicated in MyRed.
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Husker Hire Link is an on-line connection between Nebraska students and alumni, and employers for jobs and internships. Start using Husker Hire Link to:
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It's never too early to start using the Business Career Center. We can help you decide on a major, find a part-time job/internship, or help create a resume.
The College of Business encourages first year students to attend career fairs to increase their self awareness and career development.
A career fair allows exploring students to see types of employers, internships and entry level jobs that may be of interest and available in the future.
Furthermore, the earlier students experience a career fair, the more prepared, polished and professional they will be at subsequent events.
Students come from all over the world to study at the College of Business. The Business Career Center understands finding an internship
or post-graduation opportunity can be challenging for international students, but the Career Coaches are dedicated to helping all business
students find success. International students are encouraged to meet with a Career Coach to discuss their options and explore opportunities.
The Business Career Center is excited to announce a new program created
specifically for international students and their job search. The purpose of
the Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) is to help international students prepare
for a job search in the United States. The students who complete the CRC will
receive a Career Readiness Certificate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's
Business Career Center.
The Career Readiness Certificate for international students helps students explore
how to make use of their time while in the US so they can be successful when seeking
employment. A combination of required tasks and a variety of workshops will build
on the knowledge and skills that students develop in the regular curriculum.
The Business Career Center and the College of Business Graduate Programs office partner to enhance career and internship opportunities for MBA students.