Interior Design Junior Recreates Indiana in Cities: Skylines

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When Indiana University shuttered its doors in March, Matthew Harrison found himself at home in Carmel, looking for new projects to keep him occupied. The 24-year-old hatched a plan: He would recreate a scaled version of Indiana, down to individual streets …

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Episode 10: How to Network as a College Student with Toni Neely

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When you pose for a picture, do you ever feel like you suddenly have no idea what to do with your arms, your face, or your entire body? Navigating in-person networking for the first time can feel a lot like …

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Episode 09: Mentoring and Your Career with Megan Caldwell

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You may have heard that it’s a good idea to have a mentor.  But how do you find a mentor?  How do you build a relationship with them?  How important is it that you stay in touch?  In this …

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Episode 08: Deciding Whether to Go to Grad School During a Recession with Katie Beck

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Looking for information about how much graduate school costs? Try starting with the Grad School ROI Calculator, or read about how to Weigh the Costs, Benefits of Graduate School 

Indiana University Bloomington students, alumni, staff members, and faculty all have …

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Finding a Job on Handshake: FAQs

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Get answers to the most common student questions about Handshake.

Do you have questions about how to find a job or internship on Handshake? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. That’s why we’ve compiled answers to the most common questions from …

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Episode 07: From a Recruiter’s Perspective with Jordan Haas

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In this episode, Molly talks with Jordan Haas, an IU College of Arts + Sciences alumnus and a Clinical Recruiter at GreenKey Resources in Denver, CO.  He shares a little bit about his experience as a recruiting professional and provides some 

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How to Network on Twitter with Galen Clavio

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If you’re looking for more to read about how to get started after listening to this episode, check out How to Network on Twitter (Without Looking Like a Creep), 6 Ways to Network on Twitter Without Being Annoying, Social Networking …

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A Message from the Walter Center

A Message from the Walter Center

Each day we help College of Arts + Sciences students to figure out what meaningful work means to them. It’s different for each student, but one thing we know:

Fighting for justice is meaningful and necessary work.

As Vice President and …

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Spotlight on Micro-Internships with Parker Dewey

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Did your internship get canceled this summer? Looking for a way to strengthen your skills and gain experience during this time? Consider applying for a micro-internship through Parker Dewey.

In this episode, Molly talks with Kristin Schrader, Director of University …

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Starting Your Career Right: Insights from IDS Alumni

Starting Your Career Right: Insights from IDS Alumni

This is a recording of Starting Your Career Right: Insights from IDS Alumni, an interactive panel organized by the Student Publications Alumni Association in conjunction with the Media School and Walter Center for Career Achievement. Students connected with IDS alumni …

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