University of Nebraska at Kearney Health Careers Fair
- Wednesday, October 8th
- Nebraskan Student Union
- Registration: 8:15 am – 8:50 am
- Opening Session/Event Begins: 9:00 am
This year we are pleased to have an opening session including information about exciting new additions to the Health Sciences at UNK including the Health Science Education Complex, the Kearney Health Opportunities (KHOP) scholarship, new academic programs at UNK, etc. Following the opening session, student groups will be rotating through three separate sessions: Health Career Exploration Fair, Bruner Hall of Science Tour and a breakout session.
Over 30+ representatives from various Health Care professions will be sponsoring tables at the Career Exploration Fair. Informational breakout sessions will also be held and topics may include presentations from various UNMC programs and UNK academic departments. Students will also be able to tour Bruner Hall of Science and learn more about the programs offered on our campus. A campus tour will be available at the conclusion of the day. For more information regarding the day please visit our Health Careers Website.
Lunch vouchers for The Market, located in the Nebraskan Student Union, will be available to students to purchase at a reduced price ($6.53) if the students are interested in having lunch on campus following the conclusion of the Fair.
The healthcare field is one of the largest growing career fields today, and UNK offers over 20 different options for pre-professional training for a career in health care; the industry is growing by leaps and bounds, with new career opportunities and advancements in the traditional professions. The UNK Health Careers Fair provides students the opportunity to gather information and learn more about healthcare professions.
Pre-registration is appreciated and will expedite the check-in process the day of the fair!
If you are planning to attend, go to visit.unk.edu and select the “Health Careers Fair” event on October 8th to register. Or, click here for the direct link to the registration page.
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