Students with Disabilities – Gain Experience in Your Field of study

Eskenazie.logo

The Gregory S. Fehribach Center empowers Indiana college students with physical disabilities to find gainful, sustainable and equitable employment by engaging qualified students in comprehensive and diverse internship opportunities that build skills, confidence and work history to maximize competitiveness in …

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
Kimberly Ecenbarger Associate Director of Career Services Kimberly Ecenbarger
Read more »

Indiana University Woman to Receive Prestigious 2019 Indiana Torchbearer Award

headshot-brandismith1-768×7681-300×300

Brandi Smith to receive the 2019 Torchbearer Award, one of Indiana’s top honors given to recognize women from around the state.

Bloomington, Ind. — On Wednesday, September 25, 2019, Brandi Smith, Senior Assistant Director at the Career Development Center on IU …

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
Kimberly Ecenbarger Associate Director of Career Services Kimberly Ecenbarger
Read more »

IU MSW Application Fee Waiver Week 11/11-11/17

MSW Free Fee Week

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
Kimberly Ecenbarger Associate Director of Career Services Kimberly Ecenbarger
Read more »

Association of Destination Management Executives – Linda Thompson Memorial Scholarship

ADMEI

Attention:   Hospitality Management Program Departments / Professors

The Association of Destination Management Executives International (ADMEI) awards two scholarships annually.  The Linda Thompson Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students who are preparing for a career in Destination Management.  One scholarship will be awarded to a North American …

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
Kimberly Ecenbarger Associate Director of Career Services Kimberly Ecenbarger
Read more »

Major League Baseball Diversity Fellowship

MLB.Diversity2
WHAT IS THE MLB DIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM?
By Kimberly Ecenbarger
Kimberly Ecenbarger Associate Director of Career Services Kimberly Ecenbarger
Read more »

B-Start Kicks Off 2019 Program with Call for Applications

B-Start Twitter

What: Applications have opened for the 2019-2020 B-Start cohort, a free pre-accelerator program for entrepreneurs who want to take their creative business idea and launch a for-profit innovation-driven business in Monroe County.
Who is eligible: Students and professionals residing in …

By Trudy McConnell
Trudy McConnell Assistant Director, Employer Relations Trudy McConnell
Read more »

Apply Your GIS Knowledge

GIS_technology

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) identifies Digital Technology as one of eight requisite competencies for college graduates entering the workforce. Apply your basic knowledge and improve your proficiency of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) through relevant work experience.

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
Kimberly Ecenbarger Associate Director of Career Services Kimberly Ecenbarger
Read more »

Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills | How to Master Both

workplace-1245776_1280

You may have heard valuable workplace skills grouped into two categories: “hard” and “soft.” Just about everyone has a bit from both Column A and Column B.

But what’s the difference between the two categories? And how can you express …

By Amy Bergen - Idealist Careers
Idealist Careers
Idealist Careers | Helping you land, love, and grow in your social-impact career. And visit Idealist.org explore thousands of great jobs and social-impact organizations near you.
Read more »

5 Tips for Improving Your People Skills and Building Relationships at University

5 Tips for Improving Your People Skills and Building Relationships at University thumbnail image

University is a scary and exciting time. It is when you will be leaving home, when you will be furthering your career and when you will also hopefully be making some life-long friends too. In order to make those bonds …

Read more »

The Role of the U.S Public Health Service in the Fight Against Opioid Overdose in America

The Role of the U.S Public Health Service in the Fight Against Opioid Overdose in America

Opioids are a class of drugs that include medications such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, and methadone, which are commonly prescribed to treat pain as well as illegal drugs such as heroin. Over the past 15 years, individuals, families, and communities across …

By LT Lewis K. Antwi, MPH, MA
LT Lewis K. Antwi, MPH, MA Lieutenant
Read more »