Women's and Gender Studies Program
What can I do with a degree in Women's Studies?
As a liberal arts degree, the B. A. in Women's Studies prepares students for a wide variety of career paths. It may be of particular interest to students planning careers in education, counseling or business, for example.
The Women's and Gender Studies Programs at UNO, UNK and UNL are working together to meet shared goals of educating students, promoting academic excellence and connecting with our respective communities. Visit the UNL and UNK Women's and Gender Studies Program websites.
Search for jobs at the Feminist Majority Foundation Career Center website.
American Humanics, Inc. is a national organization that collaborates with affiliated college/university programs and nonprofit agencies in recruiting, preparing, and placing students in meaningful careers with youth and human service agencies. Participation in the American Humanics Program builds on and enhances your chosen major course of study and provides you with the tools to achieve success in the field of youth and human service agency management. The AH program at UNOmaha has been designed to articulate well with the major in Women's Studies. For more information, contact Karen Falconer Al-Hindi (554-3834) or the Director of American Humanics, Angel Eickenberry (554-6019). Visit the American Humanics website.
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