USAJOBS Individuals with Disabilities

If you’re an individual with a disability, you can apply and compete for any job for which you are eligible and meet the qualifications, but you also may be eligible for a special hiring authority. CLICK HERE to read more.

By Elizabeth Gawron
Elizabeth Gawron Assistant Director of Career Services
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Alumni Spotlight – Sarah Gutman, MPA/MSES

I recently had the wonderful opportunity to chat with Sarah Gutman, and I am excited to share her insights with you all. Sarah is an MPA/MSES O’Neill alum currently working as an Environmental Affairs and Permitting Manager with RWE Renewables …

By Elizabeth Gawron
Elizabeth Gawron Assistant Director of Career Services
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How to Describe Greek Life Experience on Your Resume

Fraternities and sororities  at Indiana University have over 8000 members combined, each member having their unique story of how fraternity and sorority life has showcased their talents and interests. For many, time spent in Greek life is hard to describe …

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How to use Teal (a useful job tracker)

Teal is a job tracker that students can use to organize and keep track of jobs and internships that they have applied for. This tool helps students have a more productive job search by allowing them to bookmark jobs with …

By Lauren Johnson
Lauren Johnson Peer Educator
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Are you Involved? How to Document your Involvement and Update your Resume

Getting involved on campus is a great way to make your college experience amazing. Indiana University has over 700 student clubs and organizations to choose from, all offering something different, from Beekeeping Club to Debate Team. A list of these …

By Lauren Johnson
Lauren Johnson Peer Educator
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To Ace Your Next Interview for a Management Position, Be Ready to Answer These 10 Questions

Interviewing for a management position? Even if you’ve never been a manager before, you’ll want to clearly demonstrate to the interviewers your managerial skills and leadership philosophy.

This article will reveal 10 questions you should reflect on and be prepared …

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What is a CV?

As you design and launch your job search, you may see job postings refer to a CV or Curriculum Vitae.  The CV is different from the resume and it is important for candidates to understand how to prepare a CV …

By June Coleman
June Coleman Assistant Director of Career Services
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Book Insights: Next Move, Best Move by Kimberly B. Cummings

The book, Next Move, Best Move: Transitioning Into A Career You’ll Love, by Kimberly B. Cummings, is a specific and effective framework designed to help guide professionals towards unlocking the full potential of their career.

Career transitions can be challenging …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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The Power of Support: Leveraging Connections to Chart Your Path

As you navigate your first year of law school and begin your journey in the legal industry, it is important to build a network that you can lean on for support, guidance, and mentorship. There will be twists and turns …

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What Interviewers Want to Know When They Ask You to “Describe a Time You Had to Make a Difficult Decision”

When you’re in a job interview, you’re likely to get asked questions that require you walk your interviewer through past experiences. “Describe a time you had to make a difficult decision,” for example, asks you to do this in a …

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