AESC students participate in various organizations:
- UNL chapter of the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT)
- National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA)
- Public Relations Society of America (PRSSA)
- Advisory board of the UNL College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR)
- and many other campus organizations
Attend seminars, talks, and travel to conferences, where you'll make new friends, further develop your skills and learn about job opportunities for after you graduate.
As an AESC student, your learning won't just take place in the classroom, but also in labs and offices around the world—the world is your classroom!
Consider a UCARE project and complete an undergraduate research study alongside program faculty. Find out more at www.unl.edu/ucare/.
AESC students complete an internship as part of their undergraduate program. The opportunity to put your knowledge and skills into action for a real world organization is a fantastic learning experience.
In fact, students enjoy their internships experiences so much, some complete multiple internships at different organizations. Faculty coach you through the process of finding, earning, and completing your internship, and you have the chance to talk to other AESC students who have successfully competed their internships to ask for advice.Interested in working with the in-house specialists? We have connections!
Internship opportunities in IANR Media include working with the news writing, broadcasting and graphic design teams where you can work alongside UNL professionals to polish your client services skills AND your communication skills.
AESC student interns are in demand!