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Read the stories below to learn about the people and programs helping to strengthen Nebraska’s workforce.
“Leading Nebraska” tells the stories of researchers, students and staff who are making a real impact. Join us in April as we follow Tianna Engen, a UNK grad and corporate accountant at The Buckle. We learn more about how UNK is building strong relationships with businesses in Kearney and elsewhere—and how those relationships help students to make a successful transition from college to career.
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Your story is just as personal and powerful as the ones above. Take a moment to tell it to your senator, and share why it's critical to invest in the University of Nebraska. It only takes a few minutes to send a personal email or make a phone call. Here's how to do it.
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Making a call only takes a few minutes and sends a strong message to your state senator. Your senator may not be able to take the call, but you can speak to the legislative aide who works for the senator. They will log your call, take a message and pass it on. Keep your conversation brief, and be sure to cover these essential points:
Sending a written message to your state senator is generally more effective than making a call. They're more concise and easier to respond to, and they're more likely to be viewed by the senator. If you can, send a personalized message with these essential points. Keep your message brief (a paragraph or so).
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