8 Ways AI Will Transform Job Search for Students, Recent Grads

(from College Recruiter, May 24, 2023)

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The proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) technology like ChatGPT is transforming various aspects of life, including how students and recent graduates apply to part-time, seasonal, internship, and other early career job opportunities. …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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Hard-Working Women May Get Promoted with This One Tip

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You put in the hours. You never complain. You cross the t’s and dot the i’s, delivering quality products and services time after time. So why are you being overlooked for a promotion again and again? This quick …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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Understanding the priorities of nontraditional college students

Are you a nontraditional college student who has some concerns about your educational experience?  If so, some of them may be included in the following post about the priorities of nontraditional students.

Every year, Noel-Levitz compiles national data on the …

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O’Neill Alumni Spotlight: Grace Rimkunas

What drives you to be successful in your job every day?

In talking about her career journey, we touched on Grace’s first professional role.  When Grace was still in her graduate program, she interned for a nonprofit in Indianapolis called …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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Explaining Gaps in Employment for Parenting Roles

by Jane Kellogg Murray, Indeed, April 7, 2023

Recently I met with a student who wasn’t sure how to present a 2-year gap in their employment history. They took time out to be with their young child, a decision that …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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How to Approach Your First 90 Days

You secured your job or internship for summer, now let’s make sure you do everything right in those crucial first 90 days! Click here for a brief video and access to a very informative podcast!

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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An Undocumented Student’s Struggles & Her Success

by Alexa Maqueo Toledo

DACA rules and regulations make it tough for students to navigate opportunities like college, an option that many students take for granted. And even after college, finding the right employment opportunity is not a guarantee. This …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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5 Tips to Help You Break Into the Arts Industry

You’ve dreamed of working in the arts industry since you were a kid, sketching in your notebook, putting on skits with friends, or dancing your way through parking lots. You’re a creative person, and being surrounded by other creatives gives …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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MPA-MSES Alumni Spotlight: Meghan Ploch, Regional Director @ Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation

Alum: Meghan Ploch

Organization: Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC)

Current Position: Regional Director, Office of External Affairs

Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee

Alma Maters: Indiana University, BS (2012) / Indiana University, MPA-MSES (2014)

Can you share a little bit about yourself …

By Elizabeth Gawron
Elizabeth Gawron Assistant Director of Career Services
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What Companies Can Do to Support LGBTQ Employees

Larger companies, such as multinational corporations, exist not only to provide a product or a service, or to drive profits for their investors, but they also have a role to play on the world stage. Large corporations can influence public …

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Top Companies Offering OPT Jobs to International Students

Being an international student can give you a variety of experiences and stories of adversity to share when finding a job opportunity. While many international students are highly qualified and skilled, many struggle to find companies that can support their …

By Judah Burt
Judah Burt Graduate Peer Educator
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Making the Most of your Internship

The summer is a perfect time to focus and collect your internship experience. It’s not only a school requirement, but also a key factor in applying for your first job, post-graduation. Promoting yourself in the job search process is more …

By Judah Burt
Judah Burt Graduate Peer Educator
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How to Build a Career in Sustainability

O’Neill students: Are you pursuing a career in sustainability? Sustainability is a broad and diverse field that is in high demand. Organizations are prioritizing sustainability today and will continue to in the future. But, what does sustainability look like within …

By June Coleman
June Coleman Assistant Director of Career Services
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O’Neill Alumni Spotlight

My name is Martin Sorge. I was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, but now I call Chicago home.

2. Can you tell our students a little bit about yourself? 

In high school, I attended a community meeting about …

By Sydney Glickman
Sydney Glickman Peer Educator
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Beyond Land Acknowledgement | Creating Lasting Partnerships

Land acknowledgement statements, which recognize that an event or organization is on Indigenous land, are increasingly popular gestures. But they’re only one step toward reckoning with what it means to live and work on Indigenous territory and with Indigenous tribes.

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Veterans Have Many of Today’s Most In-demand Skills

I’m not very savvy when it comes to using LinkedIn. As a veteran public-school teacher, I spent 25 years in the same school district and really had no need to create new connections using this platform. Most connections were made …

By Becky Boyle
Becky Boyle Assistant Director of Career Services
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