Government, International Affairs + Public Policy

DO YOU HAVE A PASSION FOR POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT? Do you imagine yourself solving problems on a global scale?

Consider utilizing this career community if:

  • You are fascinated by politics, policymaking, and the workings of government.
  • You are inspired by the idea of improving our world through the processes of government.
  • You love learning languages and hope to use your language fluency in a future career.
  • You enjoy the idea of applying your analytical abilities or research experience in an organization that works to solve large-scale problems.
  • You follow current affairs across the globe and have an interest in exploring international careers.
  • You enjoy working with people from other cultures and fostering positive cross-cultural relations.

Explore the Government, International Affairs, and Public Policy career community to gain valuable insights from working professionals, learn about internships and job opportunities, and keep up with current trends.

Virtual Career Fairs: How to Stand Out While You Network Online

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You got the experience. You had your resume reviewed. You practiced your elevator pitch, and you are so totally ready to rock the career fair. But one hiccup…. 

The career fair is virtual, and you’ve never done one of those …

By Hillary Nienhouse
Hillary Nienhouse Assistant Director, Employer Relations Hillary Nienhouse
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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 …

By Sophie Todd
Sophie Todd Peer Coach Sophie Todd
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No GRE Required to Apply to O’Neill’s Graduate Programs

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As a graduating senior, we know your college experience has been cut short in a dramatic fashion. No Little 500. No Commencement. You’re missing out on the final weeks of your college career in Bloomington, and our campus and school …

By Maureen Langley
Maureen Langley Designer & Marketing Coordinator Maureen Langley
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Take a Post-Graduation Gap Year with City Year

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Before Allie Zatkin graduated from IU, she wasn’t really sure what she wanted to do.

“I knew I wanted to work with people and work for a mission I was passionate about, but in full transparency, I didn’t really know …

By Maureen Langley
Maureen Langley Designer & Marketing Coordinator Maureen Langley
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Email, LinkedIn & Other Templates for Reaching Out to Employers 

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Concerns surrounding COVID-19 and public health have led to a shift in plans for many and may have brought uncertainty to your summer plans, especially regarding potential jobs and internships.

The Walter Center is committed to maintaining ongoing communication with …

By Heather Farmer
Heather Farmer Associate Director of Employer Relations, Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design Heather Farmer
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