At the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington, we prepare students for challenging careers that promote wellness and the prevention of disease in communities everywhere.School of Public Health – Dedicated to Improving Lives Worldwide
Join us for the 2023 School of Public Health Virtual Spring Career Fair!
Thursday, February 16
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Virtually via Handshake
Employer/Organization Fair Registration Information
General Registration: $150
Nonprofit/Government/IU Organizations: $50
Register here by February 2, 2023 to connect with SPH’s top talent!
More information on Handshake Virtual Fairs:
Two ways to meet with students to provide information about your organization and to speak directly with students:
- 30 minute group sessions
- 10 minutes 1-on-1 sessions
Employers customize their schedules to meet their specific needs – whether it be for 30 minutes or 3 hours.
Cancellations: To be eligible for a full refund, cancellations must be submitted to Amanda Zwissler at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 2, 2023. No refund will be provided if the cancellation occurs after February 2, 2023.
Recruit with Us Today!
Our team is here to help assist you with your recruiting initiatives. We will work one-on-one with you to understand your needs and ideal qualities in candidates for jobs and internships and help to match you with top talent from within our school.
We offer a variety of recruiting opportunities and can customize programming to meet your needs. Below is a list of these opportunities. Some recruiting opportunities are limited each semester– so please reach out today to get started!
To get started today, email Amanda Zwissler, Assistant Director of Employer Relations at email@example.com
Handshake is our hub to connect employers like you with our students. Through Handshake, you can post positions, register for career fairs, and request virtual interviews and information sessions. This is the best way to promote employment opportunities and we recommend all employers utilize it.
Career Communities & How They Help With Recruitment
To guide the career development process, we have developed four career communities. A career community consists of a group of students who have shared interests that align with an occupational category. This allows us to connect employers with candidates specifically interested in their field and organization.
With which career community does your company best align?
Visit our Career Community page to learn more about each community and their interests!
Ways to Connect with Our Students
Employers are encouraged to set up interviews on-campus or virtually throughout the academic year. We work with employers to arrange dedicated space for your interviews and can help to ensure you are able to meet and connect with the students you see as candidates for your open positions.
We welcome employers to request a table in our lobby provide additional visibility and an opportunity to connect with students. Our team will work with you to secure space and identify the best times based on your targeted academic area.
We are always looking for employers willing to interact with students in meaningful ways. Consider being a part of a panel discussion, hosting a stand-alone networking event, employer office hours, workshops, or information sessions with our students. This is a great way for both students and employers to network, and allows students to learn more about a company, job, and field opportunities available. These can be hosted in-person or virtually.
Our office offers a limited number of roundtable opportunities for employers. The roundtable series is a small group networking opportunity for students, typically hosted during lunch, to connect with industry professionals and to discuss career development and employer opportunities. If you are interested, reach out today as these spots fill up quickly!
Each year, our office hosts career fairs and invites employers spanning across public health industries to participate. Our fairs draw students from across the university that are eager to discuss internship and employment opportunities. On occasion, we will host industry-specific fairs to best serve students and employers. Career fairs may also be held virtually.
We are always looking for new, creative, and impactful ways to connect students with employers and would love to hear your ideas on how to do so. In addition, throughout the academic year, our team may provide additional programming where we will need employers’ involvement such as panels, mock interviews, blog posts and more. If you are interested in being a part of programming like this, please let us know.
Assistant Director of Employer Relations
812.855.2525 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect with Amanda to discuss job postings, career fair registration, information session scheduling, on-campus interviews and recruiting.
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