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Policy, Service, and Advocacy

You could use policy in government departments, agencies, and councils at the local, state, and federal levels to address issues including public health and safety, education, infrastructure, defense, security and intelligence, foreign affairs, budgeting, social justice, community services, and humanitarian aid. Roles in this industry could lead to positions as public officials and professionals who set policy in motion to solve public problems.

You might also be interested in a career that seeks to empower people and their communities, ensuring that they have the services and representation they need. Your aim may be to serve organizations that support children/family services, faith-based services, educational advancement, health services, economic development, or cultural education, such as museums and cultural centers.

Evaluate Your Goals & Progress with Your Supervisor


We love to talk about goals! Every day you hear about different kinds of goals ranging from wanting to be more active, to work related. We set them all the time, but do we take the time to review them halfway through? To make …

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The Most Important Thing to Do When Receiving Negative Feedback

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No one likes getting negative feedback on their work. And yet, studies show that those who ask for negative feedback perform better and are more successful than those that don’t. The reason for that is they’re able to quickly change …

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No Internship? Here Are Your Options

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At the Career Hub, we know that finding and securing the right internship is tough. However, don’t panic if you haven’t found the right role yet because there is plenty of time before summer and a plethora of options to …

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How to Prepare for an Interview

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Career Service Hours

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Contact & Location

(812) 855-9639

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