“Demonstrate your authentic self,” says Neuroscience Alum and Roche Technician, Ross DeJohn

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Ross DeJohn spends his workdays conducting complex chemical tests for a global healthcare company, Roche. But before he was a Senior Quality Control Technician, he was an intern, and before that, a Neuroscience student at Indiana University. The Walter Center’s …

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Former IU football player makes a difference in the mental health field

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On the football field, A’Shon Riggins was a decorated athlete. In high school, he played for four years, playing cornerback, wide receiver and quarterback and eventually breaking rush yard records and tying the record for most catches in a game. By the time …

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All Careers Considered: Applying Data to Government + Public Policy with Eric Langowski

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All Careers Considered can be found wherever you get your podcasts, like Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

While alumnus Eric Langowski was at IU, he became interested in government and public policy through IU Student Government. At the same time, he

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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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Junior Reilly Clark Experiences Importance of Public Wildlife Education Firsthand

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On the third day of Reilly Clark’s internship, a woman called in because she was afraid the husky mix puppy she bought at a garage sale would hurt her chihuahua as it grew.

Reilly soon learned the woman’s puppy wasn’t …

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Sam Sanderson Stars in IU Theatre Production of Big Fish

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Sam Sanderson, senior Musical Theatre major, brought tears to the audience’s eyes when he starred in Big Fish. In his role as Will Bloom, he discovered new aspects of his theatre career that he had never seen before. He continues …

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Sophomore Annie Petro participates in Intensive 5-week Dance Festival

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Sophomore Annie Petro, who majors in Contemporary Dance, was able to participate in a 5-week intensive called American Dance Festival in Durham, North Carolina. ADF is a dance intensive that allows college and professional dancers to experience a summer of …

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Senior Annie Hope Mazzola’s Career Journey through 3 Retail & Fashion Internships

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Many college students aspire to obtain internships that will help them achieve their career goals and, for some, find out exactly what their career goals are.  Senior Annie Hope Mazzola hasn’t just had one internship during her time at IU, …

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Sophomore Carrick Moon Steps Out of His Major and Comfort Zone at Season Magazine

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Sophomore Carrick Moon is double majoring in political science and sociology, but that doesn’t stop him from succeeding as the Director of Finances for Season Magazine, a student-run fashion magazine.

“Although on the surface, the role of Director of Finance …

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Job Boards for Emerging Creative Professionals

Job Boards for Emerging Creative Professionals

Finding that perfect job or internship is always a bit of a treasure hunt, but it can be especially tricky for students seeking positions within the creative sector. It’s not uncommon for organizations, studios, and institutions to have their own …

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