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Career Resources 

The Career Development Center offers career services for all students. The CDC provides career counseling, assistance finding jobs and internships, career development courses, and career assessments.  Set up a My Jobs profile to be sure to be among the first to hear about opportunities. 

The Career Services page provides links to the career offices for each school at IUB. 

IU Libraries Career Reference Collection is a treasure of online career resources and a convenient place to search for publications you can check out at the IU library, or view (and sometimes even download) for free from their website.  

IU Student Alumni Association is a student organization you can join before you graduate to get involved, gain leadership skills, participate in networking events, and gain access to the alumni directory. 

Health Professions and Prelaw Center (HPPLC) provides advising and other services for students who want to pursue careers in law, medicine, and other health professions. 

Websites Outside IU

 Vault Online Career Library
Occupational Outlook Handbook (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
O*NET Online (U.S. Department of Labor)

Events, Fairs, Programs, and Workshops 

Explore Your Options series offers a variety of presentations by faculty, staff, and students about IUB programs and majors.

The Career Development Center and other Career Offices on campus host a variety of programs for students to learn about careers, how to gain skills employers seek, how to network, and how to find internships and jobs.

The Health Professions and Prelaw Center provides a number of programs throughout the year to help students learn about professional programs in medical and other health fields and law and how to prepare to pursue a professional degree. 

Other Resources 

University Division Academic Advisors
Your University Division advisor is a great resource to help you get started on your exploration of majors (and more) and offer guidance as you work to create an IUB educational experience for yourself and your goals.

Faculty and Academic Advisors in the degree granting schools 
The professors in your classes and in the major departments can offer expert information about their field.  The advisors for the academic majors can give you a thorough overview of the opportunities in the major department.  Below are links to the contact information for the academic advisor services in each of the IUB schools.

College of Arts and Sciences
Kelley School of Business
School of Informatics and Computing
School of Journalism
Jacobs School of Music
School of Nursing
School of Optometry
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
School of Public Health
School of Social Work