Managing Emotions during the Job Search

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The “Job Search” is one not to be taken lightly. It is a long process (that’s why we say process), and it takes a toll after a while. You have worked extremely hard on your degree(s) at IU, and sometimes …

By Rachel Landis
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Upcoming Virtual Conference on Public Health Skills and Native American Food Systems (8/22-8/24)

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The Western Region Public Health Training Center (WRPHTC) at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health will be hosting a 3-day virtual conference bringing together public health workers, researchers, and educators to discuss and develop the skills …

By Chris Klein
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8 Things Recent College Grads Need to Know

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I’ve been reading some great articles about recent grads and job searching lately. This blog features a combo of two I’ve found especially good for recent college grads trying to land that first job. Numbers one through five are from …

By Chris Klein
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The Importance of Mentors for Aspiring Psychologists and Counselors

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Planning a career in the mental healthcare field? Careers in this path can often be stressful, confusing, and overwhelming and finding a mentor who can help alleviate these concerns can help reinforce your passion for the field. Mid-career psychologists reflect …

By Amanda Stroiman
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Why Passion is the Most Important Aspect of a Career

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If you’re still deciding what career path to pursue, consider this perspective on success: you will fail to have a great career if it’s not one of your passions.

Larry Smith, a leading economist, describes this idea in his TED …

By Amanda Stroiman
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