How to Build Your Professional Network in the Sports Industry

This article is a guest submission from writer Zoe Anderson. 

Developing the right network can help you
find the right sports opportunities

Competition is especially high for jobs in the sports industry. Whether you want to market, promote, coach, commentate, …

By Zoe Anderson
Zoe Anderson Blogger
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MIND YOUR MOBILE MANNERS: SMARTPHONE ETIQUETTE IS ALWAYS IN STYLE

Pot, meet kettle. A new survey out from Bank of America found that less than 20 percent of adults think they are on their mobile phone too much, yet more than half believe others …

By Lindsey Pollak
Lindsey Pollak Author, Key Note Speaker, Career Consultant
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Office of Career Services Seeks Bloggers

Explore your creativity and communication skills. The School of Public Health Office of Career Services is currently seeking 4-6 volunteer bloggers for the 2016-2017 academic year. Bloggers will submit 2-3 article per month and asked to attend one 30 minute …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director
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Professionalism: The Key to a Successful Internship – By Rachel Brown

This past summer, I was a communications intern at the Indiana Hospital Association. IHA represents Indiana hospitals and provides them with leadership, representation, and support. With a full-time staff of only twenty-five …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director
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Finding My Way in Bloomington: Insights From An International Student – Trishnee Bhurosy

11.59 pm! What a unique time to reach Bloomington! There I was, in my apartment, with only a bed as furniture and I was more than happy to collapse …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director
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Networking for Introverts: A Necessary Evil – By Rachel Brown

By on November 11, 2015

Networking at its simplest is talking to people and making connections. Sounds easy enough, right? Well, it isn’t so simple for introverts. Introverts prefer not to engage in small talk. They prefer deep conversations …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director
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Undergraduate and Research! – By Trishnee Bhurosy

By on February 15, 2016
These two words might seem poles apart to many, but are in fact very connected to each other. Whether you are a senior who is about to graduate or a freshman, still …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director
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Ideas Worth Spreading – By Shannen Keene

By IUSPH Career Services on February 22, 2016

Lately, I have been trying to find better ways to be productive with my time. In my mind, productivity is synonymous with listening to TED Talks. I have grown quite fond of …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director
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Career Advice for my Freshman Self – By Shannen Keene

By IUSPH Career Services on April 4, 2016

With graduation slowly approaching, I have found myself reflecting over my past four years at IU. More specifically, I deem my freshman year as the most memorable because I was so disconnected …

By Kim Ecenbarger
Kim Ecenbarger SPH Senior Associate Director
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How to Knock Your Next Interview Out of the Park

Give your interviewer a firm handshake. Make eye contact. Answer each question succinctly. Have questions to ask the interviewer at the end.

If you’ve had a job, then you’ve had an interview, and you likely know those interview essentials and …

By The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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