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Announcements about trends, labor statistics, and salary in public health career industries.

Diversity in Wellness

One thing I have always loved about public health is how diverse it is as a whole. There are so many different components that go into overall health and wellness. Some study the social aspects of it, while others study …

By Ally Hunt
Ally Hunt
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Is Graduate School for You?

When you were little, I bet you had dreams of becoming something like an astronaut, doctor, pilot, firefighter, or princess. But I bet that was before you realized just how many jobs were out there. Not to mention, this was before you knew what you would be …

By Georgina Nicholos
Georgina Nicholos Is Graduate School for You?
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Meet the Pros: Sports Networking Event

Networking can be a scary thing. Walking up to someone who’s got more experience than you could ever dream of and attempting to start a conversation is daunting. The unfortunate part is that it’s a huge part of securing a …

By Dustin Sleet
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Find Yourself and Be That

“Find Yourself and Be That” were words once spoken by my favorite teacher, Mr Sreepaul. I was eleven at that time and I could not fully understand their meaning then. Years later, his wise words resonated so deeply with me.

By Trishnee Bhurosy
Trishnee Bhurosy Student Ambassador - Blog Editor
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Securing Your Summer Internship

One word we hear quite frequently in college is – “Internship”. Whether we are freshmen, sophomores, juniors, or seniors, being in college without hearing the word “internship” is impossible. Why? Well, for starters, many majors require completing an internship. Even …

By Georgina Nicholos
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Mud Pits, Waterslides, Camp…Oh My!

For me, summer camp played a huge role in my childhood. I loved staying in cabins with my new friends, singing camp songs, and of course, making memories out on the lake. My favorite camp that I was lucky enough …

By Ally Hunt
Ally Hunt
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Blogger of the Month: Dustin Sleet

 

Name: Dustin Sleet

Year: Sophomore

Hometown: Encinitas, CA

 

 

 

Career Goal: I would love to work for a Major League Baseball (MLB) team in the baseball operations department. I have played and been around baseball since I …

By Dustin Sleet
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Professional Competency – A Process and an Outcome

It was last year when I started teaching undergraduates for the first time here, at Indiana University. The ground for this was well laid through the SPH-H750, Pedagogy in Health Behavior class, which was mandatory for all of us, the …

By Tapati Dutta
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The Value of Having Peer Mentors

The Office of Career Services in the School of Public Health is rich with resources to help students improve their appeal to prospective employers for internships and jobs. They have resources ranging from handouts to an informational website to full …

By Dustin Sleet
Dustin Sleet Blogger
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Assisting in managing a hotel – what did I learn?

Interested in a career in recreation, park or tourism?  Well then, the Recreation, Park, Tourism Career Fair is the place to go.  The School of Public Heath Career Services Office is holding a fair for careers in this field on

By Neil Patel
Neil Patel Blogger
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