Virtual Services

Guide to Virtual Services

Our team recognizes your life as a student looks different these days. The changing economy means the job/internship search is changing, too. We’re here to support you in the weeks ahead and look forward to connecting with you through our virtual services. These resources are available to all students in the College of Arts + Sciences and for up to three years after a student has graduated.

Below, you will see the virtual services available to College of Arts + Sciences students. However, if you are new to planning a career, you should start with our Career Planner for College of Arts + Sciences students and by making an appointment with a career coach. You may also wish to view our resource library for more resources on these topics.

Career Coaching
  • Although career exploration and planning looks different remotely, there are lots of strategies you can use in the upcoming months to push forward your career goals. One of the best ways to get started is to schedule a career coaching appointment.
  • One-On-One Scheduled Career Coaching
    Schedule a one-on-one appointment with a career coach to discuss topics such as internships, job searches, resumes, cover letters, interviews, and more. Once confirmed, a Zoom link will be sent to you via email.
  • Resume Critique
    Upload your resume and a career coach will critique it and send it back to you with suggested edits!
  • Drop-In Career Coaching
    Do you need assistance as soon as possible? Request a Drop-In Career Coaching appointment through sending us a message on Facebook Messenger, or through email.
  • Ask Questions without an Appointment
    Do you have questions for a career coach, but don’t necessarily need an appointment? Use this form and a career coach answer your question!
    • The good news is, you can network with alumni and employers just as easily online as you could in-person. No matter how the job market looks, networking is always your most solid strategy for finding opportunities and learning about the world of work.
    • Walter Center Success Network
      Join this network to chat with ~3,000 College of Arts + Sciences alumni. They’re ready to answer your career-related questions, provide relocation guidance, share professional advice, and give you insight into their career journeys. Even just one connection with an IU alumnus could lead to an impactful conversation and exciting opportunities. Need more info? Ask Molly McCurdy!
    • LinkedIn for Students
      You probably already know that having a LinkedIn is important. But do you know why? Any more importantly, do you know how to use it? Use this resource to learn how to use LinkedIn to your advantage.
Exploring Careers
    • These resources can help you continue learning about yourself and your industries of interest. It’s also a starting point in finding industries you can enter into with your major.
    • IU Edge Modules
      A self-paced online career workshop that allows you to build a foundation for your future career paths and supplements the resources offered by IU’s career centers and our career advising staff. Upon completion of this course, participants should be prepared to successfully transition from college into a career or further graduate or professional study.
    • Major Choices Podcast
      Are you feeling overwhelmed about figuring out your career path or wondering how to choose a major? If so, subscribe to the IU Career Development Center’s podcast Major Choices. Career coaches Nathan Langfitt and Rachel Gerber will guide you through exploring options, discovering strengths, and revealing what truly motivates you.
    • What can I do with this Major?
      Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this site will help you connect majors to careers by showing you a variety of industries related to specific disciplines.
Searching for Work
    • Whether you’re seeking part-time experience or are ready to seek your next-step after graduation, these resources can help you get started.
    • Get Templates for Reaching Out to Employers
      Are you unsure if the companies you want to work for are still hiring? Use these email and LinkedIn templates to reach out to those organizations.
    • Find a Paid, Remote Micro-Internship
      The Walter Center launched a partnership with Parker Dewey to provide opportunities for paid, remote, short-term, project-based micro-internships.
    • LockedIn China
      This resource posts job opportunities for Chinese students and all IU students interested in finding employment in China after graduation.
    • Passport Career
      This global career and internship support system is designed to help with your career exploration, job search, and internship search. Create an account but don’t use your IU credentials. The registration key is inuniv66.
    • MyVisa Jobs
      Data pulled from a variety of resources, including websites, job boards, social media, and government agencies, helps students seeking U.S. visas find companies that may be open to sponsorship.