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Where you have purpose Come grow with us and make a real impact.

At NRC Health, we feel it’s important to invest in the
growth and development of students and new graduates.

As an extension of this philosophy, NRC Health provides students and new
graduates with internship, scholarship, and career opportunities.

Create your opportunity

Full time positions for recent graduates

Year-round internship opportunities

Dynamic environment and culture

Develop real and relevant skills to advance your career

"I love working at NRC because there is a great culture of learning and supporting
interns and the people I work with are incredibly kind and helpful."

"NRC has been incredible because the opportunities for learning are endless. Everyone
here is more than willing to help and give you the tools for a successful career post-internship!"

"I love NRC because of the open and welcoming culture! Everyone is so
willing to meet with you, talk, and help you. Everyone here wants to see you grow! "

"Every associate is willing to help no matter what and it creates a culture
that is unmatched anywhere."

Invest in you!

NRC Health Sales Career Scholarship – $3,800

Apply today for the Sales Career Scholarship!

The NRC Health Sales Career Scholarship application is now open. Application deadline is October 21, 2022.

  • A racially or ethnically diverse student
  • Admitted (or application in process) to the University of Nebraska’s Center for Sales Excellence
  • Interested in and show an aptitude for a career in sales
  • In good academic standing
  • US citizen or hold a permanent resident visa card

Congratulations to our past recipients: Matt Ginting and Enrique Martinez.

Matt
Enrique Martinez

NRC Health Diversity Focused Sales Explorer Scholarship – $1,000

Apply today for the Diversity Focused Sales Explorer Scholarship!

The NRC Health Diversity Focused Sales Explorer Scholarship application is now open.

  • 10 scholarships awarded annually
  • $1,000 applied to Marketing 257 tuition
  • Must be a racially or ethnically diverse student at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Must be in good academic standing
  • Must be a US citizen or hold a permanent resident visa card

Congratulations to our past recipients: Derek Branch, Austin Jablonski, Michelle Saqui Cortes, Matt Ginting, Eduardo Mora, Ambi Anuh-Ndumu, Emily Vuong, Maya Elias, and Jacquie Paul, Yasmin Ramirez, Corey Nguyen, and Tram Ngo.

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Ed Mora
Ambi Anuh-Ndumu
Emily Vuong
Maya Elias
Jacquie Paul
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Corey Nguyen
Tram Ngo

Sales Certificate Scholarship – $4,680

  • Top 5 University of Nebraska – Lincoln Sales Certificate graduates who have completed an internship
  • Must have at least one semester remaining
  • Recipients receive a match if hired full time by NRC Health (payable after one year)

Congratulations to this year’s recipients: Amanda Fuechtmann, Andrea Curnes, Jacqueline Graves, Jordan Kuhn, and Olivia Dohmen

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Andrea Curnes
Jaqueline Graves
Jordan Kuhn
Olivia Dohmen

Rising Stars Scholarship – $2,000

Apply today for the Rising Stars Scholarship!

The NRC Health Rising Stars Scholarship application is now open. Application deadline is October 21, 2022.

  • Juniors & seniors at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Sales, marketing, and entrepreneurship focused
  • October application
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • One to two-page essay explaining your career plans
  • Resume highlighting achievements and leadership

Congratulations to last year’s recipients: Lauren Lewis and Hunter Bergman.

Lauren Lewis
Hunter Bergman

Hiring process

How it works – with some advice included

Applying for a new career can be overwhelming for even the most experienced professionals. By sharing insight into our selection process, we hope you will find the experience to be exciting and stress-free. Our selection process begins when you apply for a role on our careers website. Our talent team selects candidates for initial steps based on academic background, extracurricular activities, and work experience.

Phone interview

After we review your resume, you may be invited for a phone interview with someone from our talent team. During this interview, we’ll ask you a series of questions and we’ll take notes while you are answering. There are no right or wrong answers – the best answer is whatever answer you wish to give. After we complete the structured questions, we’ll give you a chance to ask questions about NRC Health.

To help you prepare for the phone interview, please:

  • Research NRC – review our website and write down questions you have about your research. Our services are complex and challenging – it’s ok if you need clarification.
  • Review the job description and write down questions you have about the role. We expect you to need more information.

Hiring assessment

Within days of the phone interview, you may be invited to take our on-line hiring assessment. Our assessment helps us determine if your natural strengths and abilities align with our business development role.

On-site/Virtual interview

After we review your phone interview, and hiring assessment, you may be asked to interview one-on-one with the hiring manager.

To help you prepare for the on-site interview, think about:

  • Why do you want to work for NRC Health?
  • Why do you want to work in business development or service?
  • What makes you a good fit for this role?

In addition, please:

  • Continue to research NRC Health through our website, internet searches, your faculty, and other students.
  • Review your notes from the phone interview and prepare additional questions.
  • Ensure your interview suit is clean and well-pressed.
  • Be prepared to discuss your strengths, experiences and other skills you developed during your college career/early work experience.
  • Review possible questions and practice answering.
  • Make a list of questions for your interviewers.

2nd on-site/virtual panel interview

The last step in our process is 45-minute panel interview with NRC Health leadership.

To help you prepare for this interview, review:

  • Why do you want to work for NRC Health?
  • Why do you want to work in business development or service?
  • What makes you a good fit for this role?

Other tips:

  • Review your notes from the first on-site/virtual interview and prepare additional questions.
  • Ensure your interview suit is clean and well-pressed.
  • Be prepared to discuss your strengths, experiences, and other skills you developed during your college career/early work experience.
  • Review possible questions and practice answering.

After your interviews

Send a thank you note—this detail can differentiate you from other candidates

  • Review your impressions—is NRC Health the place for you?
  • Think about all the aspects of NRC Health: culture, travel, career path, expectation—both your and NRC Health’s
  • Determine if there are any questions you still have that the talent team might be able to answer

We understand your time is valuable, so we’ll do our best to make each decision within a week and keep you informed as soon as we can. Our talent team will stay in touch with you throughout the selection process. Please ask questions at any point during your time with NRC Health. We’re excited about your interest in our organization!

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