What’s Holding Women Back at Work?

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Is it “the glass ceiling,” or something else that holds women back from getting leadership roles in business? Perhaps it’s not the ceiling that’s the issue after all, but a broken rung on the ladder to success. A …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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She Persisted: Navigating the Modern Workforce as a Woman

In today’s workforce, women are undeniably vital contributors, reshaping industries and leading innovation. However, the history of the professional world is marked by the exclusion of women, presenting unique challenges that persist even as opportunities grow. While significant strides have …

By Sydney Glickman
Sydney Glickman Peer Educator
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5 Tips for a Successful Summer Internship Experience

An internship is a great way to expand your knowledge and apply what you’ve learned during your studies. It’s also a great way to gain real-world experience, boost your resume, and strengthen your skill set. Below, you’ll find advice on …

By Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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Interview Tips for the Non-Traditional Student

Non-traditional students have a wealth of experience to bring to the table when they’re seeking out a new position or an internship. However, for various reasons, it can be hard to market yourself when you don’t fit the mold. These …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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13 tips for what to do when you receive multiple job offers

Many students, recent graduates, and others early in their careers are thrilled when they receive even one job offer when they’re searching for a new part-time, seasonal, internship, or entry-level job. But some of those quickly find themselves to have …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Advancing Yourself in the Healthcare Field 

By Alexandra Kiefer

Healthcare management is an exciting and rapidly growing field that combines elements of business, policy, and healthcare to ensure that hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare organizations run smoothly and effectively. But what exactly can you do with …

By Becky Boyle
Becky Boyle Assistant Director of Career Services
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Making a Difference: Voices for Equity at O’Neill

By Manali Mukherjee

At Indiana University, the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs is more than just a place for academic growth— it’s a thriving community where students from diverse backgrounds come together to make a lasting impact. Among …

By Sydney Glickman
Sydney Glickman Peer Educator
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Utilizing that Internship for your Success!

Date: Wednesday, April 10th, 2024

Time: 4 pm – 5pm

Location: In-person, O’Neill SPEA Building, room A225

Event: Master Class: How to Succeed in your Internship

Internships are one of the most valuable forms of experience college students can …

By Judah Burt
Judah Burt Graduate Peer Educator
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How Much Does Professional Etiquette Matter Anyway?

Date: Wednesday, April 3rd, 2024

Time: 3 pm – 4pm

Location: In-person, O’Neill SPEA Building, room 163

Event: Master Class on Professional Etiquette

How much does professional etiquette play into the hiring process anyway? Well apparently, a lot! According to 

By Judah Burt
Judah Burt Graduate Peer Educator
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Answering the Tough Interview Questions

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It’s hiring season, and many of you are preparing for interviews with employers and recruiters. It’s quite possible that someone will ask you at some point, “So what’s your biggest weakness,” or something similar. Instead of panicking, be …

By Juliette Kniola
Juliette Kniola Assistant Director of Career Services
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Finding Identity and Belonging: My Experience as an Outlier in Berlin

This past spring break I participated in O’Neill’s week-long study abroad program in Berlin, Germany. Our course exposed us to the economic restructuring Berlin underwent from the aftermath of World War II that turned its economy from stagnant into a …

By Sydney Glickman
Sydney Glickman Peer Educator
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Reflecting on My First Law School Visits as a Pre Law Student

Over the break, I took a trip to Chicago to visit two law schools—University of Chicago and Chicago-Kent. The trip was planned and provided by Phi Alpha Delta Pre Law Fraternity! Although I will be taking a gap year or …

By Aleksandra Ramōn
Aleksandra Ramōn Peer Educator
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