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Class of 2020 Career Outcomes Now Included in Center’s Dashboard

The Walter Center’s Career Outcomes Dashboard is a popular page for members of the College of Arts + Sciences community, as it illustrates the success students experience in the months following graduation.

The data, which are collected in accordance with standards …

By Tanner Terrell
Tanner Terrell Senior Associate Director, Operations and Assessment Tanner Terrell
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New Work from the Walter Center’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee

The Walter Center has a strong commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).

We strive to increase our outreach to and engagement with underrepresented students in the College, to present a welcoming and inclusive environment for all, and to provide …

By The Walter Center For Career Acheivement
The Walter Center For Career Acheivement The Walter Center For Career Acheivement
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Advice for Making the Most of Summer, With or Without an Internship

One of the most common questions we get from students as we approach the months of April and May is, “What can I do this summer if I don’t find a traditional internship?” I’ve divided the advice we would give …

By Justin Zuschlag
Justin Zuschlag Senior Associate Director, Career Education Justin Zuschlag
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How We Coach Students Who are Considering Graduate School

Attending graduate school is a step on the career journey for many College of Arts + Sciences students, whether it immediately follows their undergraduate education or at another point during their careers.

Upon hearing of a student’s interest in continuing education, …

By Andrea White
Andrea White Associate Director, Career Education Andrea White
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Programming for Students Interested in Life Sciences

As career services professionals, we know many College of Arts + Sciences students in the sciences attend graduate or medical school after completing their undergraduate education. However, a lot of students do seek work opportunities right after college! The life sciences …

By The Walter Center For Career Acheivement
The Walter Center For Career Acheivement The Walter Center For Career Acheivement
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Making Job Searching Easier with Handshake

Over the summer of 2020, IU adopted a new career services platform: Handshake. It serves students, career services staff, and employers in many different ways. Students use it to search for jobs/internships (more on that below), research employers, schedule a …

By Will Reed
Will Reed Senior Associate Director, Employer Relations Will Reed
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When Should Students Start Applying for Jobs and Internships?

One of the most common questions we get is, “When should I start applying for jobs and internships?” We always encourage students to attend our career fairs in September and January, which match campus recruiting strategies nationwide. Most of the …

By Justin Zuschlag
Justin Zuschlag Senior Associate Director, Career Education Justin Zuschlag
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Partner with the Walter Center and Connect Your Alumni to Your Students

The Walter Center for Career Achievement wants to partner with you to help you connect your department’s alumni with current students so they can share how they used their liberal arts degree.  

The best part is, the Walter Center does …

By Amy Cornell
Amy Cornell Senior Associate Director, Alumni Engagement Amy Cornell
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Everything Faculty Need to Know about Virtual Career Fairs

The Walter Center is currently marketing our upcoming Virtual Winter Career & Internship Fair to students to attend. As we do that, we thought it might be helpful to provide some information on what a student can expect as they …

By Maureen Langley
Maureen Langley Designer & Marketing Coordinator Maureen Langley
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