4 Pieces of Advice for Women on Developing Leadership Style from the Wall Street Journal

Being a young manager can be tough, particularly for women.  Check out 4 tips from  the Wall Street Journal that are helpful to women (and men too!) in developing leadership styles as a young manager.  The article follows the experience …

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Media Career Day Alumni Spotlight: Katie Coyle

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Katie Coyle is a media associate at Starcom. She is a 2015 IU alumna who studied communication and journalism. Coyle has taken the time to speak to the Walter Center about her career experiences and insights for current students.

What …

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Get Advice from the Pros: the 2017 College Luminaries

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You may be wondering what you will do with your degree. You may feel sure you know.

The good news is there is a world of possibilities awaiting you for whatever major you have chosen in the College of Arts …

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Your First Internship … Which One is Best?

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You’ve heard the cliché, “There is a first time for everything.” This includes your first internship. Don’t stress about finding “The Perfect Internship.”

You don’t have to know exactly what you want to do with your career. Good opportunities are …

By Marcia Debnam
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Vault’s Top 50 Public Sector Consulting Firms

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Are you interested in public policy but unsure how to incorporate it into a career?  Consider consulting!

Consulting in the public sector allows you to impact your community in these ways:

Increasing public awareness of an issue
Changing public perception …

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