Post-Eligibility Experiences

By NU Athletic Communications

Participation in PEO will be offered to all current and future letterwinner alumni who meet the following requirements on or after December 19, 2015: letter in a varsity sport, graduate from UNL, exhaust athletic eligibility and earn a scholar-athlete ring. To be eligible to participate in PEO, student-athletes will need to attend and complete mandatory workshops and meet specific opportunity requirements outlined below.

Internships

- In addition to requirements outlined in the internship checklist (see below link), requirements include, but are not limited to, a polished resume, a successful interview, and an offer of a legitimate, professional internship. (Internship offer must include a detailed description of internship responsibilities and include, at minimum, 20 hours of work per week.) 

- Recipients must also apply and be accepted as a non-degree, post-baccalaureate student and enroll in internship credit.

Companies/Organizations can promote internship opportunities through Nebraska's Student-Athlete Professional Experiences form or contact Ashley Stone, Director of PEO Programs, directly at astone@huskers.com.

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Internship Checklist
International Internship Checklist

Study Abroad

- In addition to requirements outlined in the study abroad checklist (see below link), requirements include, but are not limited to, researching study abroad programs, being accepted into a program, obtaining the necessary travel documents – i.e. passport and visas, and vaccinations.

- Recipients must also apply and be accepted as a non-degree, post-baccalaureate student and enroll in study abroad credit.

- It is likely that participation would require students to invest time and effort for several semesters prior to graduation.

Study Abroad Checklist

Graduate School

- In addition to requirements outlined in the graduate school or medical and law school checklist (see below links), additional requirements include, but are not limited to, researching graduate programs, taking standardized pre-requisite exams, writing personal essays or purpose statements, and being accepted into a program.  

- Recipients must be enrolled in a degree-granting graduate or professional program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln or the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

- It is likely that participation would require students to invest time and effort for several semesters prior to graduation.

Graduate School Checklist
Medical & Law School Checklist

*Please note, Nebraska Athletics and its staff cannot guarantee all letterwinner-alumni will meet the above requirements outlined for internships, study abroad experiences or graduate school. 

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