We launched ‘Career Studio’ to help YOU launch your career

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Summer is creeping closer. Do you have plans to start your first job after graduation? Are you doing a summer internship?

Oh, you don’t know? Don’t worry yet — come to Career Studio!

Open Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. …

By Kiki Lin
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An IU Day Special: Internships are a Crucial Part of the College Experience

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The Walter Center for Career Achievement offers a unique vision of career development for students of the arts and sciences — one that includes helping each student land that first job after college.

We’ve found that students who are able …

By Maureen Langley
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D.C Career Trek: What it was like Meeting the CIA

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Fortunately, this information is not classified — College of Arts and Sciences students were able to visit the CIA, or Central Intelligence Agency, headquarters during a week-long career trek in Washington, D.C over spring break.

“Given my focus in the …

By Courtney Stapleton
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How to Handle Rejection When Things Don’t Work Out as Planned

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It happens to everyone, and it will happen to you. Sometimes, it seems like it’s happening all the time. When a job doesn’t work out; when a prize, internship, or scholarship goes to someone else; when a client doesn’t like …

By Trevor Verrot
Trevor Verrot Career Coach Trevor Verrot
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Skills All Marketing, Advertising and PR Students Should Seek

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So you’ve decided to study marketing, advertising or public relations.

That’s great! Now, what are some of the skills you should be making sure to develop as you are working on career development? As a student in the College of …

By Sara White
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Here’s how you can get money for your summer internship

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The Walter Center for Career Achievement is excited to offer several internship funding opportunities to students in the College of Arts + Sciences! Here’s how it works:

Step 1: Find out if you’re eligible
You must obtain a signed internship …

By Maureen Langley
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Club Spotlight: IU PRSSA Visits Public Relations Firms in Chicago

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The Indiana University Beth Wood Chapter of PRSSA recently went visited PR Firms in Chicago. PRSSA, or the Public Relations Student Society of America, is a pre-professional organization created to prepare future PR practitioners for the real world. IU PRSSA hosts events …

By Maureen Langley
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Recap of Non-Profit + Government Career Fair (and photos!)

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On February 22,  we had the pleasure of hosting over 20 different non-profit and government organizations. We would like to thank everyone who helped make the career fair memorable and unique!

We would also like to thank these organizations for …

By Courtney Stapleton
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Recap of Careers in Criminal Justice Networking Night (and photos!)

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We’d like to take a moment to thank everyone who came out and made Careers in Criminal Justice Networking Night special.

At the Walter Center for Career Achievement, we strive to help students make meaningful connections as they begin to …

By Maureen Langley
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What are the 2017-2018 graduates of Bachelor of Arts in Journalism (B.A.J.) doing now?

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Have you found yourself wondering, “What type of industries do IU graduates with my same degree go into?” “What types of companies are they working for?” “Do they like their jobs?” Look no further – we have done the work …

By Sara White
Sara White Career Coach Sara White
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