December’s Woman of the Month is Legal Assistant at the Maurer Law School Community Legal Clinic, Denisha Chetty! Academic level acquired (college attended; degree earned): Bachelor of Law and B... Read more about December’s #WomanoftheMonth is Denisha “Denny” Chetty
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Whether you are starting from the ground up or would just like to learn how to perfect your existing resume, the Career Development is hosting a workshop that will meet your needs. Join us in the new Career Development Center office space in Wells Library to perfect your document!
Join us at My Sister's Closet to find professional suits and accessories at a great price. There will be image consultants on staff to help you look your best!
On Friday, January 24th, CBS and We Need to Talk will be on campus for a full day of open dialogue around sports, entertainment, business, and personal development. Students will hear from industry experts, watch a live taping of We Need To Talk produced in partnership with Indiana University, and conclude the day with a live performance by Country Music Television's Next Women of Country. Register for part or all of this unique event today at https://wntt.cbsexperiences.com/
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November’s Woman of the Month is artist and lecturer in the Eskenazi School of Art, Arch. + Design, Laura Post! Academic level acquired (I.E. college attended, degree earned): MFA (Master of Fin... Read more about November’s #WomanoftheMonth is Laura Post
IUB Women Rising has launched a new Woman of the Month series. The series will contain *interviews which highlight inspirational women faculty and staff members within the Indiana University community... Read more about IUB Women Rising Introduces New ‘Woman of the Month’ Series
It’s not just a marketing coincidence that career & internship fairs at IU start shortly after Labor Day. Employers are seeking top talent earlier as they compete with each other for qualified stu... Read more about Five Reasons Freshmen Should Go To Career Fairs