Take small steps toward great achievements!
1. You’ll become familiar with how to navigate a career fair. The first time you attend a career fair can be intimidating, but you will get more comfortable after you get used to the format. Being comfortable in the space can help you feel more confident in the future. You can meet with your career… Read more »
Ask questions and let your curiosity grow, Hoosiers!
By Eva Traylor and Jake Merritt Business is a field that stretches across all market sectors. Here at Indiana University, there are many ways to study business. Check out this resource on the various business-related majors at Indiana University. People with a business-related degree help keep hospitals, banks, universities, television networks, and sometimes even the… Read more »
Landing a federal job can be an overwhelming—and often frustrating—process. But there’s no place to make a difference for our country quite like the government, which touches all aspects of our lives, from the air we breathe to the food we eat to homeland security to helping the homeless. As the nation’s largest employer with… Read more »
Ever wondered how to get started working in PR, entertainment, finance, or another profession? Over the next two weeks, we’re putting together a guide to breaking into these cool fields and more, brought to you by those who know it best. Check in all week for an inside look at how to launch your dream… Read more »
Green jobs benefit both the economy and the environment, and include everything from alternative fuels to tasty foods. Urban Growers – A chef picks “farm fresh” produce from an unusual source—a rooftop apple orchard planted among the high-rises of downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. The Fairmont Waterfront hotel project showcases two large sectors of the growing… Read more »
“I’d love to speak another language, but…” Over the years, I’ve heard more reasons not to learn a language than I ever would have imagined. I even used to make excuses for myself, before I learned my first new language, Spanish. I’ve yet to hear (or come up with) a single good reason for not learning a… Read more »
If you’re planning to apply to medical school, you have quite a few options, so you’ll need to dedicate some time to determining which school is your best fit. Fortunately, organizations like U.S. News & World Report rank everything from real estate to educational programs. You might find what this site has to say about your schools of… Read more »
These days, it seems like there is always a new “it” gadget or app creating buzz. Whether it’s something that turns your house into a smart home, or an app with real-time rapid fire questions (HQ, anyone?), there is constantly something new coming out of the tech industry. So, if you want to be in… Read more »