Join the I.U. College Luminaries Program as a Freshman Intern: Light the Path for Future Leaders

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Do you want to meet influential alumni? Are you interested in supplementing your liberal arts education with networking and professional skills? Please join the IU College Luminaries Program as a freshmen intern this semester! The IU College Luminaries …

By Suzanne Fodor
Suzanne Fodor Career Coach Suzanne Fodor
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IU College of Arts and Sciences receives $6 million gift for internships, endowed faculty chairs

Aug. 22, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Indiana University Bloomington College of Arts and Sciences has announced a $6 million gift from alumnus Ralph Collins Walter, a Los Angeles-based investment analyst and economist.

Qualifying for the university’s …

By Joe Lovejoy
Joe Lovejoy Director Joe Lovejoy
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Are you a student or recent graduate with a disability seeking employment?

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  A WRP Recruiter will be interviewing students from Indiana University this Fall!

The WRP is a recruitment program for students and recent graduates with disabilities, and serves as a primary  pipeline for bringing new talent into the federal government.  Applicants …

By Mechelle Bakula
Mechelle Bakula Associate Director, Employer Relations Mechelle Bakula
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Internationalize Your Job Search with Passport Career

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Passport Career (PC) is an amazing job search site, with tools for all students looking to internationalize their job and internship search. Here’s how to set up your free profile:
Find PC under our Resources page
Hover over the menu before …

By Chris Klein
Chris Klein Career Coach Chris Klein
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IU Election Commission Seeks New Members

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Student government is huge here at IU.  I had the opportunity to sit down with Eric Langowksi and learn about his role in IU Student Government–specifically the Election Commission.  Eric is a Junior Mathematics major and in the Liberal Arts Management Program …

By Lauren Little
Lauren Little Career Coach Lauren Little
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Mark Your Calendars! Learn about College+Kelley

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SENIORS: now is a good time to start thinking about your life after college. It may sound like a scary idea, but your Career Advisors have all “been there, done that” and we want to help you make a smooth …

By Chris Klein
Chris Klein Career Coach Chris Klein
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Common Interview Questions & How to Tackle Them

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You can’t prepare for EVERY question you might experience in an interview but you can prepare for a few common ones!  From “Tell me about yourself.” to “What do you know about our company?” here’s some pointers on how to …

By Lauren Little
Lauren Little Career Coach Lauren Little
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Your Greatest Challenge Can Become Your Greatest Achievement

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Guest Blogger Amy Cornell reflects on her greatest academic challenge: science.

In high school, I didn’t do very well in Chemistry. I got the worst grades I had ever gotten, and I learned my lesson as an eleventh grader:  You …

By Lauren Little
Lauren Little Career Coach Lauren Little
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Summer Intern Spotlight: Social Media Intern for Cook Medical

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Summer Intern Spotlight: Jake, Social Media Intern for Cook Medical

What are the College of Arts+Sciences students up to this summer?  Quite a bit, actually!  Jake sat down with us to talk a little about his summer internship with Cook Medical …

By Lauren Little
Lauren Little Career Coach Lauren Little
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From Me to You – Advice from Journalism Alum, Lynae S.

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 Lynae Sowinski, Editorial Director of Limestone Post Magazine, took some time to share career advice with current students.

Q: What do you wish someone would have told you as you prepared to enter the workforce?

L: Try out as …

By Laura Fonseca
Laura Fonseca Senior Associate Director, Employer Relations Laura Fonseca
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