Career Communities

Office of Career Services Gets a Fresh Look

The SPH Office of Career Services has announced a variety of new resources available to students. Some will look familiar and some are brand new. Read below to learn more about the updates.

First, the office has launched a brand …

By Rachel Brown
Rachel Brown
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Alumni Spotlight: Michael Leivant, Class of 2001 and 2003

IU SPH Alumni Spotlight Blog: Michael Leivant

IU Undergraduate: BS, Public Health with concentration in Health Administration (1997 -2001)

IU Graduate: Masters in Health Administration (2001 – 2003)

How did you get into your field?

I originally got into the healthcare …

By Mike Leivant
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7 Ways to Maximizing Networking Events

Buffy Filippell, Founder of TeamWork Online

Cleveland, OH – You want to get your foot in the door into the sports industry.
You see there is a TeamWork Online Teammate networking event coming and you sign up for it.
You pay …

By Buffy Filippell
Buffy Filippell Founder
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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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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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Career Outcomes

Report Your Post-Graduation Outcome

IU School of Public Health encourages all students and alumni to report their career outcomes through our secure analytics site. Please report employment, continuing education, military service, or volunteer experiences such as Peace Corps or AmeriCorps. We utilize this information to make decisions about our programs. In addition, knowledge of successful career outcomes is helpful to current and prospective students. Your data will only be reported in summary format and will not be individually identifiable.

  • First Destination
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  • Employment Sectors
  • Starting Salary
  • Employment Locations
  • Top Universities
  • Degree Types
  • Fields of Study

First Destination

First Destination represents the post-graduation status of students within 6 months following graduation from the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington. Successful outcomes include:

  • Employment or post-graduation fellowship
  • Continuing education
  • Military service
  • Volunteer service

Tool Tip: Click the filters at the top of the page to select: year(s) of graduation, degree level(s), degree type(s), academic unit(s), or major field(s) of study. Unclick selection(s) to remove and reset filters. Hover over the chart to see detail. Please note some visualizations may be suppressed to protect privacy if adequate sample size is not reached.

Career Resources

Featured Classes

SPH-X 580 Qualitative Research Methods in Public Health

Dr. Larissa Jennings Mayo-Wilson.
Working on your career plan may seem daunting in the midst of a pandemic, but there are steps you can…

SPH-K199 Careers in Helping Professions

Susan Simmons
8 weeks | Open to any IU student and is well suited to first and second year students Helping professions…

SPH-K 301 Professional and Career Preparation

Kim Ecenbarger
8 weeks | Open to students junior and senior- level Whether preparing for graduate school or pursing a full-time position,…

MSCI M300: COVID19 Vaccination Corps

Dr. Kathy Hiller
Are you interested in pursuing a healthcare-related career? Or interested in helping during the pandemic. Consider the 3-credit elective in…

EDUC-F 203 Exploring Careers in Statistics

Julie Lorah
EDUC-F 203 is a fun way to earn 1-credit hour during the 2nd 8 weeks of spring 2021. The class is called “Exploring Careers in Statistics,” but don’t…

SPH-K 450: Programming for Age-Associated Medical Conditions

Kathryn Palano PT, DPT
Class meets 100% Online through Asynchronous instruction This course will provide undergraduate students with an introduction to exercise prescription for…

Minor in Medical Anthropology (15 credit hours)

The Medical Anthropology minor provides a cross-cultural and evolutionary/historical perspective on health; methods training that includes ethnographic, statistical, and laboratory…

Public Health & YOU: Budgetary Administration in Public Health – IU Expand

David Skirvin, Ed.D,
The Public Health Competency Development Series is presented by the IU School of Public Health’s Office of Public Health Practice…

SPH K496 Field Experience in Kinesiology

Tammy Nichols
The class is an experiential learning opportunity at Meadowood Retirement Community. Be part of a team of mobility coaches that…

EDUC-X151: Unlocking Your Creativity (8wks./2 cr.)

Anthony Guest-Scott
EDUC-X151 will inspire your creativity and help you think flexibly about solving problems in and outside the classroom. You will…

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