Helping Your Student
At NWU’s Career Center, students receive assistance developing their career plan through aligning their interests, values, and skills with their major, experiences, and future goals. Through one-on-one appointments, our trained career counselors can help students explore options, conduct a job/internship search, create a resume/cover letter, practice interviewing skills, apply to graduate/professional schools, and much more. We sincerely hope that your student will take advantage of these services early and often to enhance their educational experience and career readiness upon graduation.
Starting the Conversation
Family members are identified as the primary source of career information and encouragement for students. Begin the conversation now. Simply serving as a sounding board by listening and promoting exploration of career fields will allow your student to begin discovering their future career. For information on supporting your student, be sure to read through these helpful resources:
Locating Nebraska Wesleyan Alumni
Want more information on our alumni? Visit Nebraska Wesleyan University’s LinkedIn Alumni page. Narrow your search by major, industry or location. Our alumni love helping current students understand possible career options and your student can easily follow our informational interview handout to start a conversation.
Connecting Through the Career Assistance Network
Our office maintains contact with our alumni. This allows our current students access to a network of alums dedicated to helping students set up job shadowing, informational interviews, and more. In speaking to alumni, students gain valuable insight about potential career paths and get a hands-on perspective of a particular career.
Partner with Us
Is your organization recruiting talent? We’re always seeking to partner with local, regional, and national employers who have an interest in our students and alumni. Advertising full-time, internship, and part-time opportunities through our online job search platform, JobZone, comes at no cost to your organization. Visit our Employer Services page to learn more about how to begin building a relationship with the Career Center.
What happens to NWU grads
A liberal arts education from Nebraska Wesleyan University launches our graduates around the world. Our distinguished alumni work across the globe from representing international companies, to founding local nonprofits. Here are just a few highlights from our 2016-2017 first destination survey:
or grad school acceptance
Reported earning a salary
of $30,000or more
Were enrolled in graduate
or professional schools
Frequently Asked Questions
Contact or visit usCareer Center
Roy G. Story Student Center, Lower Level
5000 Saint Paul Avenue
Lincoln, NE 68504-2794
career [at] nebrwesleyan.edu
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.