Neurodiversity Hiring Program

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This October, Neurodiversity in the Workplace is partnering with Lincoln Financial Group in Fort Wayne, IN and Easter Seal, for an autism hiring pilot program. Selected candidates will attend a two-week training program from October 7-18. After the program, some …

By Olivia Baker
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B-Start Kicks Off 2019 Program with Call for Applications

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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
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SPH Office of Career Services designed ‘Career Lab’ to help YOU design your career

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The 2019 Fall Career Fair season is right around the corner. Is your resume in tiptop shape? Have you practiced your elevator pitch? Do you have a strategy for navigating the Career Fair?
Be IU Ready. Start EARLY, engage OFTEN! …

By Kristine Nielsen
Kristine Nielsen Assistant Director, Career Services Kristine Nielsen
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Making Summer Productive

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Are you stressing out because your summer plans are not what you expected? Well, don’t worry, it will all come together. We may feel that we are behind because we may not have landed an internship or our ideal summer …

By Alyssa Steinman
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Mastering the Career Competencies

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The SPH Office of Career Services states, “college students and recent graduates who know how to use their talents, strengths, and interests are Career Ready.”

Great. It sounds simple enough. But how do I know if I am Career Ready?

By Mackenzie Jones
Mackenzie Jones Student Ambassador Mackenzie Jones
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