The Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington Office of Career Services offers a variety of services designed to assist undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni. Services include:
Individual Career Advising for Your Student
Professional career advisors work with students on a range of career-related topics including:
- Career Exploration and Self-Assessment
- Internship and Job Search Strategies
- Identifying Graduate Schools and Navigating the Admissions Process
- Developing and Critiquing Resumes, Curricula Vitae, and Cover Letters
- Developing and Critiquing Personal Statements
- Interview Preparation
- Job Offer Evaluation and Negotiation
- Networking and Professionalism
Encourage your student to schedule an individual career advising appointment.
Career Events, Workshops, and Fairs
A variety of career events are held every semester ranging from networking nights to career development workshops and career fairs. Encourage your student to attend workshops, career fairs, and other events that will help them develop professional skills and a professional network.
Employers come to campus to host information sessions regarding their organizations and available opportunities. Additionally, employers conduct on-campus interviews through the Office of Career Services. Encourage your student to pay attention to newsletters announcing employers on campus and on-campus interview opportunities.