There’s an internship for that
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Female student intern with coworker at Ameritas.

Katie Clabaugh ('17) learned valuable employment skills as an accounting intern at Ameritas.

One of the great values of a Nebraska Wesleyan University education is the way it brings meaningful experiences to each student’s learning.

Internships give NWU students valuable professional perspectives as they put their learning into practical action.

Lincoln companies that regularly host NWU interns include Hudl, Opendorse, Sandhills Publishing, Duncan Aviation and Ameritas. But the connections don’t stop at Lincoln’s city limits.

Two unique partnerships help NWU students land an array of internships in Washington, D.C., and Chicago.

Capitol Hill Internship Program (CHIP)
Every year, CHIP connects many NWU students to internships in our nation’s capital. Recent CHIP interns have served at a variety of locations, including CNN, NASA, the White House, the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Senate.

Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture
The Chicago Center effectively customizes internship opportunities for NWU students based on their goals and passions. Is a student interested in urban planning, being outdoors and helping underserved kids? The Chicago Center will find dynamic internship options that connect multiple interest areas.

If your students are eager for new experiences, encourage them to give Nebraska Wesleyan University a look.