Creative Arts Engagement

Welcome to the Creative Arts Engagement Career Community! If you are interested in a career that touches the arts in some way, this community is for you. There are so many different career paths you can explore, from fundraising for a museum, to working in grantmaking for a state arts agency, to working in a city arts department, to working as an agent in the music industry, and more in every sector (nonprofit, public, and private). Top skills needed for this field include collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, and a connection to the arts. Careers include, but are not limited to: administrators, fundraisers, marketers, writers, educators, artistic programmers, designers, managers, and curators.

Browse this page for helpful resources to jumpstart your career exploration in the arts, events to attend, student organizations to explore, internships and jobs to apply for, and blog posts to deepen your understanding of the field. You’ll also find helpful connections to other people in your career community: O’Neill staff, alumni, arts partners, and our Facebook group where you can network and connect with your fellow peers and recent grads interested in helping you navigate the field.

New Federal Government Internship Portal Launched!

Is your goal to land an internship with the federal government?  If so, we are excited to share that the U.S. government has launched a new portal for INTERNSHIPS!  AND, to help you with your applications, the Career Hub is …

By June Coleman
June Coleman Graduate Career Consultant
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Graduate Internship Spotlight: Jacob Alder (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission)

Jacob Alder is a second year MPA student concentrating in public financial administration.  He interned with the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in the Office of Enforcement – Division of Analytics and Surveillance (DAS). FERC is an independent federal …
By Chloe de Camara
Chloe de Camara Peer Educator
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A Student’s Guide to DC

If you’re on your way to living in DC for the first time—either for an internship, entry level job, or with grad school— read on for affordable and exciting things to do in DC that will help you adjust to …

By Jane Marie Wright
Jane Marie Wright Peer Educator
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Featured Resources

Industry Profiles, Salaries, and Trends – Vault: Career Intelligence

Vault provides organization profiles, salary searches, industry outlooks and trends in employment. Guides to interviewing, writing resumes and cover letters, …

Nonprofit Job Search Resource

Take a look at this great job searching resource for those interested in nonprofit organizations. Below you will find a …

A Day in the Life Guides

Have you ever wondered what a typical day is like as a tax associate? A hospital CEO? This resource from …

Video: How to Prepare for an Interview

In this video, Peer Educator Meloddy Gao takes you through the whole interview process: before, during, and after, with an …

The Creative Arts Engagement Resource Guide

The CAE Resource Guide is a comprehensive compilation of arts job boards (general & location specific), career preparation resources, arts/nonprofit …

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Phone
(812) 855-9639
Address

1315 E. 10th Street, Room 200
Bloomington, IN 47405