“To me, a career in law enforcement is a future in the service of others,” Kenzie Hubl said. “It’s a commitment to justice and serving the greater good. I want the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on the people around me.”
“International students contribute enormously to the academic, cultural, social and economic fabric of our campuses and communities. Our university, our state and our country are immeasurably enriched by their presence,” NU President Ted Carter said.
The UNK community values and welcomes our international students who add richness to our campus and community. We will do everything we can to ensure international students have a great experience at UNK.
Velerianna Garcia, a construction management major from Norfolk, has spent the past 14 months interning with Lincoln-based Hausmann Construction, the general contractor in charge of UNK’s Discovery Hall project.
In its 14th year, the program is designed to expose participants to leadership opportunities at UNK and in the Kearney area, enhance their leadership skills and encourage them to accept leadership roles in the future.