The Academic and Career Development Center helps connect UNO students and alumni to valuable employment opportunities, including internships, part-time and full-time employment. Whether you're a current student looking for employment/internship opportunities on or off campus, or a recent UNO grad still looking for a start to your career, ACDC has provided several resources to help.
ACDC introduces Handshake, an online resource launched on June 26, 2018, that lists current off campus employment opportunities. Once your account is activated, you will have access to hundreds of different job and internship listings in the Omaha metro and nationwide.
What does this mean for students?
- Students can continue to use UNO Career Connect through June 30, 2018 to view and apply for off campus jobs.
- Student access to UNO Career Connect will shut down on June 30, 2018. At that time, UNO Career Connect will no longer be available and you will no longer be able to retrieve any information (i.e. job postings, applications, resumes, etc.) or documents from the system. Please plan accordingly and download any information you wish to retain.
If you're looking for work opportunities on campus, please visit the UNO job listings webpage. Once on the page, be sure to select "Student/Work Study/GA" under "position type" and hit "search". This will show you all of the listings on campus that are available for students.
If you have any other questions regarding on or off campus work opportunities, please contact the ACDC office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 402.554.3672.
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