Emily Schoening


Emily Schoening

Major/Minor: 
Family Science

Hometown: 
York, NE

Graduated in December 2014 and currently works as a Child Care Specialist at the Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha, NE


Involvement
Scarlet Guard Executive Board, FOCUS Bible Studies at the Newman Center, and the TeamMates Mentoring Program


Impact
Being a CEHS Student Ambassador made a huge impact on my personal and professional life while in college and after graduation. While being an Ambassador, I absolutely loved the ability to meet and interact with prospective students through Red Letter Days, Campus Visits, and Call Nights. Through the Ambassador program, I met many individuals who shared the same passions as I did about the university. I can honestly say that I gained a lot of confidence while being an Ambassador that has helped me to get where I am today. Without Karen Kassebaum, the graduate assistants, and my fellow Ambassadors pushing me and helping me grow, I would not have gained half the skills I did through this amazing program!


The best thing about being a HUSKER is
Being a CEHS Student Ambassador made a huge impact on my personal and professional life while in college and after graduation. While being an Ambassador, I absolutely loved the ability to meet and interact with prospective students through Red Letter Days, Campus Visits, and Call Nights. Through the Ambassador program, I met many individuals who shared the same passions as I did about the university. I can honestly say that I gained a lot of confidence while being an Ambassador that has helped me to get where I am today. Without Karen Kassebaum, the graduate assistants, and my fellow Ambassadors pushing me and helping me grow, I would not have gained half the skills I did through this amazing program!