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Blogger of the Month: Dustin Sleet

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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

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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

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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
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Assisting in managing a hotel – what did I learn?

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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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5 CAREER TIPS TO MAKE 2017 YOUR BEST YEAR EVER

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Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to advance your career in 2017?

Whether you’re aiming for a promotion or a new position altogether, you can cultivate habits to help you stand out as you push your career to the …

By LINDSEY POLLAK
LINDSEY POLLAK Author, Consultant, Public Speaker
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Winter Break – Ideas with a Twist!

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Starbucks red cups, trees, carols, decorations and lights, parades, presents, and lots of good food…ring a bell? Actually, maybe a few bells! Yes, it’s already the most anticipated time of year where everything seems colder and stressful, yet exciting. As college …

By Georgina Nicholos
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Experiencing an Internship Abroad

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‘Fresh from the field’! …and I’m recently back from Masaka, Uganda after completing the 11 week SPEA abroad program there. I enrolled in this academic service-learning course which offers on-site internship (4-6 credits, SPEA-V 582) during the summer break. The program …

By Tapati Dutta
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Indiana University Alumni Success – Zack Merkler

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IU Basketball is looking phenomenal.

I wanted to give you a quick update on one of your top students.  Last year, Brian and I came to Bloomington to recruit the best talent in the country.  We came out of our …

By Eric Cole
Eric Cole Manager, Inside Sales
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Magic Johnson: After the Diagnosis

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On November 7, 1991 one of the NBA’s best and brightest stars announced that he had been diagnosed with HIV. Magic Johnson was the definition of a superstar in the NBA, inspiring fans young and old with his style of …

By Dustin Sleet
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This Simple 4-Step Guide (Almost) Guarantees That All Your LinkedIn Requests Will Be Accepted

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You’re perusing LinkedIn, and you find someone you’d love to connect with. Luckily, LinkedIn makes that simple—it’s just the click of a button, right?

Well, technically yes. But, if you want to send a professional invitation that stands a chance …

By Kat Boogaard
Kat Boogaard Freelance Writer
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