Learn by Doing
Extend your learning beyond the textbook by engaging in a number of unique experiences designed to prepare you for your career. Apply your skills in real settings, interact with others build practical skills that will contribute to your success
Adapt and Innovate to Help Others
Elementary education major Sydney Trench found her voice when she got hands-on in her major as a student teacher.Read More >
Build the Foundation for Your Career
As a student in the College of Education and Human Sciences, develop relevant career skills that will land you one step ahead as you start your career. Learn how to lead a classroom of students, develop a treatment plan for a patient, or create a business plan to launch your own company all before you graduate.
Nguyen Brings Passion, Perseverance to Manager Role at Dairy Store
Stop by the Dairy Store for a scoop of ice cream, and you might find Duy Nguyen’s smiling face behind the counter. Nguyen says he found his passion as a student in CEHS.Read More >
Develop Cutting-Edge Research
Faculty, staff and students in CEHS co-create groundbreaking, life-changing and purposeful research while simultaneously learning from one another. Doing research in CEHS means creating new knowledge that can be used to enhance quality of life in communities, improve teaching practices in the classroom, or help the retail industry implement new sustainability initiatives.
Using On-Campus Tech to Make Better Fashion
As part of her Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Experience, Riley Naughton is using a body scanner to identify measurements in movement.Read More >
Internships will give you the unique opportunity to get a glimpse at your chosen career field while developing skills that will appeal to future employers. CEHS students have completed internships with Boys Town, Bryan LifePoint, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Lincoln Poultry, Lincoln YMCA, the College World Series, Cannes Film Festival and more!
Behind the Scenes, Student Interns Run the Show at Cedar Point
CEHS student interns ran the kitchen, attended to nutrition needs of guests, planned events, managed lodging and ensured COVID-19 safety protocols were followed during summer internships at the Cedar Point Biological Station.Read More >
Get Career Guidance
As a student in the College of Education and Human Sciences your degree program will prepare you to engage in the local, national and global community immediately upon graduation. You’ll also have the support of one-to-one career coaching and targeted programming designed to launch your career with momentum.
Career Coaches Help Make Students’ Dream Career Path a Reality
Two career coaches have joined the college, focused on helping CEHS students explore opportunities, gain experiences and tell their story to help make their dream career path a reality.Read More >
Opportunities to Enhance Your Career Skills
Attending a seminar to expand your knowledge of diversity and inclusion or participating in a workshop to learn how to develop a resume are just a few of the opportunities you will have as a CEHS student to help you work towards your career goals.