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2019 All Directors Meeting Looks at the Future of Nelnet

Every year, more than 150 Nelnet directors convene in Lincoln for the All Directors Meeting (ADM) to discuss where the company is headed and plan for how we can get there. This year’s theme was “See Your Future, Be Your… Continue Reading →

Nelnet Offices Giving Back for the Holidays

At Nelnet, giving back to the communities in which we live and work is a core value we proudly embrace, and there’s no better opportunity to do so than the holidays. See how our offices across the country have made… Continue Reading →

A Glimpse in the Life of Nelnet Corporate Trainer Brandon Brown

It’s the fourth quarter of a Lincoln Southwest football game on a Friday night in 2007, about halfway through the season. Senior running back Brandon Brown is bulldozing past defenses and well on his way to leading the state in… Continue Reading →

Innovation from the Inside Out: Meet Brian Ardinger

From a young age, Brian Ardinger always thought of himself as an entrepreneur. In school, if you were a kid in the market for baseball cards or comic books, Brian was your guy. But perhaps his most lucrative childhood venture… Continue Reading →

Pathway Internship Gives Students a Glimpse of #LifeAtNelnet

Many college students are unsure of what they want to do after graduation. Some turn to internships as a way to test out working life and get a better idea of what they are interested in. Nelnet’s Pathway Internship program… Continue Reading →

Why Mentors Matter

College can be intimidating. With many students juggling classes, jobs, and extracurriculars, college life can seem like a maze to even the most seasoned college student.  Thankfully, there are many people who have been exactly where you are now, and… Continue Reading →

Business Casual on a Budget: Refreshing Your Wardrobe

For college grads or others who are entering the workforce for the first time, one of the biggest adjustments can be shopping for work-appropriate clothes. Building (or refreshing) your wardrobe might seem like an intimidating task, especially if you have… Continue Reading →

Think Before You Post: Reviewing Your Social Media

On social media, everyone has their own voice. Some people are playful, others more serious. Some people like posting about cat videos, others lean toward photos of canine companions. Whatever you use social media for, it’s important to remember that… Continue Reading →

How to Keep Learning After School (And Why it Matters)

Whether you’re a recent college graduate or a veteran of the workforce, we’re sure you’ve had a few people tell you to never stop learning. It’s solid advice, but as with many things, you may find it difficult to actually… Continue Reading →

Tips for Building Lasting Connections Through Networking

This summer, many of our interns will be participating in a Lincoln program known as MyTern, an experience sponsored by the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development (LPED). The program is designed to connect Lincoln interns and introduce them to an… Continue Reading →

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