The Importance of LinkedIn Across Geographical Boundaries

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If you have been around the School of Public Health lately, or have subscribed to the weekly updates from Career Services, you have likely seen a big push for crafting a professional-grade LinkedIn profile.  This is truly a sign of …

By Derek Herrmann
Derek Herrmann Visiting Research Associate
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Making a Difference – One Hand at a Time!

Mariama Bah

Ever wonder how one small idea can kick-start a movement to make a difference? Well no one knows this better than Mariama Bah, a junior here at Indiana University who started a non-profit organization called Lend A Hand. Bah is …

By Nik Roseau
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Global & Intercultural Fluency as an Intern

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In the School of Public Health, we place an emphasis on eight different career readiness skills that students should leave school feeling competent in.

While most of these skills can be gained in the classroom, you may have to step …

By Shay Harmon
Shay Harmon
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Global Career Ideas for Active Lifestyles

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Moving abroad can be eye-opening, invaluable, and challenging. Transitioning into life in a different country is not without its obstacles. Assimilation may be a slow process, depending on the languages spoken and various cultural differences between your old and new …

By Passport Career
Passport Career
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Business Etiquette in Other Parts of the World

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Business etiquette can build or weaken relationships in a professional setting. Although there are some similarities, people across the world deal differently with colleagues or partners at their workplace. Knowing differences in business etiquette in different regions of the world …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
Trishnee Bhurosy Student Ambassador - Blog Editor Trishnee Bhurosy
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