Visual, Written, and Performing Arts

Visual, Written, and Performing Arts is a career community focused on using various mediums to convey creative expression through visual arts, theatre, dance, and film. Positions in this field spend time developing opportunities to showcase work, building portfolios, studying and rehearsing roles, and collaborating with other arts organizations and individuals.

Social Media as a Recruiting Tool

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Remember all those times when parents and teachers told you, “Be careful what you put on social media because employers could see that”? Well the time has come for those cautions to become reality. “The use of social media as a …

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Management Careers That Can Start With an English Major

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So you’ve decided on pursuing an English degree. Congratulations! Now you have to approach the ever dreaded question every college student fears; what are you going to do with that degree? The future is daunting and for people like me, …

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Employer Spotlight – IU Libraries Communications

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Michelle Crowe is the Director of Communications for IU Libraries. She has agreed to showcase unique aspects of the IU Libraries internship program.

Please describe some of the projects that previous interns have worked on.

The internal communications team of …

By Julia Zhu
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Student Spotlight: Margaret Schnabel

Margaret Schnabel

Margaret is a current freshman double majoring in English and Cognitive Science. Outside of the classroom, she organizes literary arts events for Collins LLC, blogs for We Are IU, and studies narratives in a cognitive science lab. Margaret was offered a …

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Wise Words from Mark Cuban: Liberal Arts is the Future

Mark Cuban

Yes, you read that correctly. No, this isn’t a scam. The well-known alumni from IU, Mark Cuban, says that he believes a degree in liberal arts is more beneficial when discussing a future encased in technology. When discussing the rapidly evolving nature of …

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