International Education Week

Global Student Opportunities (domestic and abroad)

On-campus: 

  • Global Close-up Luncheons (now online) Want to gain international experience right here in Nebraska? During these luncheons, you will have the opportunity to interact with our globally-engaged individuals within IANR or who are visiting to share their expertise on campus. You'll have a chance to have a casual conversation listening to their international stories, and learning from them beyond their research or professional work. Participation in this series is free and lunch is provided. For questions about the luncheon series, reach out to Brianne at bwolf4@unl.edu If you are interested in attending, complete the application form here. The next luncheon be in Spring 2021, guest to be announced!

Internships

  • USDA Foreign Agricultural Service Internship: Applications due January 21, 2021! Available to current and soon-to-be graduate students.  Apply for this opportunity to gain experience working in U.S. Embassies and Trade Offices in key coutries throughout the world. Current vacancies include Tokyo, Brussels, Shanghai, Bogota, Accra, Madrid, Seoul, Dhaka, Berlin, Hong Kong and San Jose. 
  • Nebraska Corn Board international relations internships (deadline for 2021 year has passed, but these are offered most years, both with D.C. and international posts, most recently in Panama City, Panama)
  • World Food Prize's George Washington Carver Internship (Application open for spring 2021; deadline is November 30, 2020)
  • Global Nomads Virtual Internships (group that leverages technology to connect youth around the world through virtual exchange) Currently for: recruiting program development intern, program impact intern, data analyst intern and community engagement intern.

UNL Education Abroad opportunities

Other International Opportunities

Funding Opportunities for Internationally-Relevant Research