Recruit at the IU School of Public Health

At the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington, we prepare students for challenging careers that promote wellness and the prevention of disease in communities everywhere.

School of Public Health – Dedicated to Improving Lives Worldwide

School of Public Health Fall Career Fair | In-Person

IU Public Health, Social Work, & Counseling Career Fair
Tuesday, Sept 20, 2022
2-5 pm EST
Indiana Memorial Union Alumni Hall

Mark your calendars!

Employer/Organization Fair Registration Information

General Registration: $250
Nonprofit/Government/IU Organizations: $50

Fair Partnerships:
Platinum Partner $750
Gold Partner $550
Silver Partner $350
Partnership Benefits

Cancellations: In order to receive a refund for your career fair registration, written notice must be emailed to Amanda Zwissler at two weeks prior to the date of the fair.

Connect with SPH Career Services

The health and safety of our employers, students, staff, and faculty is important to us. As we continue to work from home, the School of Public Health Career Services Team is diligently working to provide support and encouragement to our students through new and creative virtual experiences. This includes our Virtual Fall Fair and a list of Ideas for Connecting with Students. As always, we’re here to talk things over and brainstorm with you. Email

Connect with SPH Talent Through our Career Communities

For employers looking to recruit IU School of Public Health-Bloomington students, we’re available to assist in a variety of ways to ensure you are connecting with the students who match your job and internship openings best. To connect with the students preparing for careers in your industries, learn more about our four Career Communities and reach out to the SPH Career Contact in your field.

Background in social sciences, needs assessment, evaluation, programming, administration, policy or protocol development, problem solving, attention to detail, interpersonal communication, grant writing, and experience in community or workplace settings with diverse populations.

Strong background in the sciences, mathematics or statistics, research design and methodology, data analysis, critical thinking, technical ability, and written and oral communication.

Strong background in biological and social sciences, communication and interpersonal skills, clinical experience, technical ability, critical thinking, research experience, and intercultural fluency.

Business, marketing, management, sales, budgeting, problem solving, people-oriented, effective communication, public speaking, planning and implementation, evaluation, operations, customer service, teamwork, adaptability, cultural awareness, multi-tasking, language skills, professionalism, attention to detail.


Handshake is our new hub to connect you with our students. Through Handshake, you can post positions, register for career fairs, and request virtual interviews and information sessions.

Connect Your Company – Ways to Increase your Company Presence

Have alums offer insight into the company and their career path from the perspective of someone walking the same path.

Provide students the opportunity to practice their interview skills while providing feedback.

Provide a glimpse into the real world through interactive training and practices such as sales combine.

Schedule informal meetings with up to four students for half an hour. Interact with students on a more personal and professional level.

Discuss and practice skills sought by your industry such as communication, professionalism, leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, etc.

As students arrive via Zoom, have them join a company representative to practice networking. As more students arrive, begin additional groups. Teach students how to step out of a group and into another and provide feedback throughout the process.

You can find this list of ideas in a printable format here:  Virtual Recruiting Ideas. Or be creative and use these to generate additional ideas.

The School of Public Health is the third largest school on the Indiana University – Bloomington campus. We focus on educating a diverse group of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral students. Majors in traditional public health disciplines as well as hospitality, recreational therapy, sport marketing and management, safety and others.

Contact Us

Amanda Zwissler Assistant Director of Employer Relations
812.855.2525 |

Connect with Amanda to discuss job postings, career fair registration, information session scheduling, on-campus interviews and recruiting.

Mailing Address:
School of Public Health-Bloomington Indiana University
1025 E. 7th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405


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