Hillary Nienhouse

Assistant Director, Employer Relations

Hillary Nienhouse

Growing up in rural Michigan, Hillary spent her childhood growing corn, boiling maple syrup, and watching a lot of PBS, the only TV station that came in clearly. That fostered her love for learning, and when she went to college she decided to study humanities. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Michigan State University. After college, she eventually earned a position working for Student Affairs at the University of California, Los Angeles. At UCLA, Hillary discovered that she was passionate about advocating for students, and she decided to take this passion back to the Midwest. Hillary is excited to be with Indiana University, helping both Indiana employers and Arts and Sciences students.

In her spare time, Hillary enjoys playing board games, gardening, and cooking new recipes.

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Now Hiring: Work with Families and Children in Indiana

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Ireland Home Based Services is a business that provides multiple services with the aim to improve the lives of families in Indiana. Some of these services include:

Partnering with the Indiana Department of Child Services for case management
Working with …

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Ascend Indiana can help December Graduates

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Are you are graduating this December and still job searching? If you are looking for opportunities in Indiana, Ascend Indiana can help!

Ascend Indiana is a nonprofit designed to help college students find jobs + internships across the state. Partnering with …

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Passionate about sustainability? Apply to be an Indiana Climate Fellow

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Many students at the College of Arts + Sciences want to get involved in the sustainability movement. However, students often don’t know where to start, especially if their major is not sustainability-related.

One place to start is the Indiana Sustainability Development …

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Now Hiring: Companies Searching for December 2020 Graduates

Now Hiring: Companies Searching for December 2020 Graduates

Students who graduate in December can face a unique challenge; they are often ready to job search when companies have slowed hiring. To address this, The Walter Center made a highly-curated list of current job openings. The list is organized …

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Considering Grad School in Tennessee? Check out University of Memphis

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The University of Memphis is a public research university in Memphis, Tennessee. They have a number of graduate programs that could be a great fit for students from the IU College of Arts + Sciences. The Walter Center had a chance …

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Boston Scientific near Bloomington Offers Tuition Reimbursement

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Boston Scientific in Spencer, Indiana, has launched new work-study opportunity. You can get experience, earn a paycheck, attend college and get $8,000 of your tuition paid for.

Work-Study Program Specifics
Work two 12-hour shifts on the weekend for a total …

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Top Business School, Wharton, Offers a New Path to Experience

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For many students, a Master’s in Business might seem appealing, but also out of reach. To be a competitive applicant, one needs quality experience on their resume. How does one get enough experience to even apply? One of the world’s …

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The Advantages of Staying at IU for Grad School

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With over 100 degree programs participating in the IU Graduate School Fair this Tuesday, you might find yourself wondering… “Where do I start?”

Why not start where you are? The IU College of Arts + Sciences Graduate Division offers over 100 …

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Going to the Graduate School Fair? These Schools have Sessions Left

Going to the Graduate School Fair? These Schools have Sessions Left

To attend the IU Virtual Graduate School Fair, go to the event page in Handshake and click the blue register button. Yup, it’s that easy! Once you register, you immediately get a confirmation email with more instructions. However, in order …

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Elanco Animal Health seeks Interns for Summer 2021

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About Elanco:

Elanco Animal Health is a global animal health company that develops products and knowledge services to prevent and treat disease in food animals and pets. And what’s more… They are right in our backyard! The company was once …

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