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Recruit with Us!
Our Employer Relations team is eager to discuss creating talent pipelines, employment partnerships, and on-campus recruitment opportunities.
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.
On this page you will find an array of information that will help you connect with our students. For more information or to begin recruiting with us today, email Amanda Zwissler, Assistant Director of Employer Relations at email@example.com
Stay tuned for our 2024-2025 career day schedule!
We will not be hosting a 2024 spring career day. If you are interested in recruitment opportunities for the spring, please contact Amanda Zwissler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share Your Employment Opportunities Today
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.
In addition, please feel free to forward job postings to hiresph@Iu.edu and we will happily post on our Career website and potentially feature in our monthly newsletters.
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? Our team is here to help guide you!
Visit our Career Community page to learn more about each community and their interests.
Ways to Connect with Our Students
Each year, our office hosts career days and invites employers to participate in a dynamic array of career focused activities, including panels, networking events and an employer fair. Our career days 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. For the most up to date information, visit our employer career day page.
In lieu of traditional tabling, we offer a spot at our Career Services Kiosk located in the Royer Lobby of the SPH building. This opportunity allows you to informally connect with students and provide information regarding your organization. Spots are limited for this opportunity and we highly recommend scheduling appointments with students on Handshake ahead of time and hosting drop in hours. More information regarding how to scheduling appointments will be provided this when booking with our ER team.
Traditional tabling is available at the Indiana Memorial Union based on availability.
This opportunity is hosted in our Student Services Suite Multipurpose Rooms. Similar to our Career Services Kiosk, this opportunity allows you to informally connect with students and give them information about your organization. Spots are limited for this opportunity and we suggest having a mix of drop in hours and pre-scheduled appointments. More information regarding how to do this will be provided when booking with our ER team.
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!
We are always looking for employers willing to interact with students in meaningful ways. Consider hosting a stand-alone networking event, etiquette dinner, or workshop for our students. This is a great way for both students and employers to connect, and allows students to learn more about a company, job, and field opportunities available. These can be hosted in-person or virtually and our ER team is happy to help organize them alongside you.
We are happy to host your company at the School of Public Health for on-campus interviews. Pair it with a career day, networking event, or have it stand alone. Our team will work with you to develop an interview schedule, promote open positions to students, and handle the logistics of booking space.
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 | email@example.com
Connect with Amanda to discuss pipeline development, employment partnerships, and on-campus recruiting.
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