Career Communities

WHAT IS A CAREER COMMUNITY?

A career community consists of a group of  students who have career interests that fall into a specific occupational category. This model was implemented to provide a more targeted approach to guiding students through the career development process.

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH HAS FOUR CAREER COMMUNITIES IN WHICH TO ENGAGE:

Community Health & Human Services
Health and Life Sciences
Healthcare & Wellness
Sports, Events, Tourism & Recreation

WHAT ARE BENEFITS OF JOINING A CAREER COMMUNITY?

You can meet with a career coach community contact who will guide you through the career development process in a manner that aligns with your career interests. You will be able to take advantage of specialized services, programs, and events customized to meet your specific career development needs.

HOW DO I JOIN A CAREER COMMUNITY?

Visit careers.publichealth.iu.edu to log in and select your preferences and alerts, including the career communities and career topics that interest you most.

Cutters Community Soccer Spring 2021 Trainers NEEDED NOW

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Hello Cutters Trainers & Bloomington Soccer Community,

We are excited for the Spring 2021 Season!

This season will look very similar to Fall 2020. For those that didn’t play in the fall it will look different for our teams, coaches, …

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Kristine Nielsen Assistant Director, Career Services Kristine Nielsen
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SPH Heart Scholars – Application Deadline April 15

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Kimberly Ecenbarger Associate Director of Career Services Kimberly Ecenbarger
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Job Market Information now available on our website!

Labor Market Analysis Human Resources Information.

Job markets are rapidly changing with the transformation of industries. A knowledge of employment trends, skills lists, education requirements and salaries is essential to make informed career decisions and to prepare for future success.

The SPH Office of Career Services …

By Kimberly Ecenbarger
Kimberly Ecenbarger Associate Director of Career Services Kimberly Ecenbarger
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20 Best Nursing Career Specialties

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Healthcare careers continue to offer unprecedented growth. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 15% increase in healthcare employment, which translates to 2.4 million positions through 2029 — more than any other occupational category. The demand for healthcare services has ushered …

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SPH Student Ambassador Program Recruitment

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We are currently recruiting students to join our team of volunteers from a variety of backgrounds representing majors within the School of Public Health for the Student Ambassador Program. As an ambassador, you should be willing to support students who …

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Kristine Nielsen Assistant Director, Career Services Kristine Nielsen
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