Social Service

Kids are worth the crazy!

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In my experience, I have been a camp counselor for the last two summers with kids aged 9-12, and have learned a lot of positive things, many of which employers look for.

Flexibility & Adaptability—These skills are very important …

By Alyssa Steinman
Alyssa Steinman Always wandering, never lost.
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Making the Best from Service Learning Experiences

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Service learning experiences have invigorated my goals as a community health researcher and practitioner. To this, mention worthy has been the 11 weeks internship program in Uganda through the Advancing Collaboration and Community Training (ACCT) program of Indiana University, Bloomington. …

By Tapati Dutta
Tapati Dutta PhD Candidaate
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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
Nik Roseau
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Crafting a Competitive LinkedIn Profile

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LinkedIn can be considered one of the most daunting social media platforms to be a member of. When I first became part of the LinkedIn community, I was definitely intimidated by the strength and professional style of my peers’ work …

By Megan Lisch
Megan Lisch
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