If the adage time flies when you're having fun is true, then the past two years of Nebraska Athletics' Post-Eligibility Opportunities (PEO) Program has gone by in the blink of an eye.
For international student-athletes, the unrealistic idea of being able to gain hands-on experience outside of the United States due to immigration policies is made possible by participating in an internship in their home country.
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On Monday night, approximately 30 Husker student-athletes participated in a career development program, as part of their involvement in Inner Circle. The students participated in mock interviews and networked with more than 30 professionals in the Lincoln and Omaha area. Students were matched with professionals based on their career interests and got the opportunity to receive feedback from the professionals.
On Wednesday, the Nebraska football team spent the morning visiting hospitals in the Lincoln area as part of a longstanding tradition of doing outreach the day before Thanksgiving.
How long does it take to make a lasting in-person or online impression? Three seconds or less based upon your appearance, energy level, and handshake or a quick view of your social media profile(s).
On Wednesday, Oct. 18th, Inner Circle members along with Nebraska letterwinners and community leaders gathered to learn about proper dining etiquette, network, and discuss career aspirations.
On Monday night,
The central theme of Inner Circle for the current academic year is simple: connect, engage, learn, and impact.
When Inner Circle meets on Monday, Sept. 18th, there will be a lot of new faces. Of the 42 members, 33 are new.
All members of the media are invited to attend and cover the Seventh Annual Husker Heroes Outreach Event which is slated for Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, at the University of Nebraska Memorial Stadium, beginning at 5 p.m.