Career & Internship Resources
The Hubbard Center's Office of Career Services has a variety of resources available to support you as you embark on your professional endeavors.
Whether you're unsure of what career fields may be of interest or you have held multiple internships searching for full-time employment, or even seeking out graduate school, you can find what you need in the Hubbard Center! Some of our resources are listed below; you can also receive resume and cover letter critique at the Walk-in Advising Bar. and you should always feel encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Career Services adviser to learn more.
Your Strengths & Interests
Not sure of what you would like to do for a career? The career advisers in the Hubbard Center have several different assessments you can take that will help you learn more about your personality traits, along with the career fields and occupations that are most compatible. There might be a career out there perfect for you that you might not even know exists. In order to take the assessments below, schedule an appointment with a Hubbard Center adviser to take the test for free.
Writing Your Resume & Cover Letter
A resume and cover letter both are instrumental in your job search. A great cover letter and resume will help you get an interview and further consideration; a resume or cover letter riddled with mistakes can be costly. In addition to the resources below, the Hubbard Center also provides resume and cover critique sessions during the Walk-in Advising Bar hours and by appointment.
Tips for Creating Your Cover Letter and Resume
|Event-Planning||Media & Communication||Communications|
Creating a Personal Statement
A personal statement is sometimes needed to apply for a post-graduate opportunity such as a fellowship, graduate school, or a different professional school. Personal statements may require you to write about your background and experience, or to answer a particular question related to the position. Regardless of the question or reason, a Hubbard Center adviser can help you approach your personal statement the best way to help your application.
Job & Internship Search
Searching for a job or internship may seem like a daunting task. While many job and internship leads are received through networking (the Alumni Directory is a great resource!), there also are many websites, organizations, and services that provide leads. From professional networking website such as LinkedIn to resources such as Indiana INTERNnet, internships exist in an array of fields.
|Going Global (*NOTE: Please create a personal account on Going Global before leaving campus)|
|Uniworld Online||Pathways to Science||WTTW Internships (media)|
|WGNtv.com Internships (media)||Diversity Employers||International Jobs Center|
|Bloomington Technology||Intern Match||Internships.com|
|Team Work Online||Indiana INTERNnet||Bunac - Britain|
|Foreign Policy Association||Internship Programs||Financial Aid|
Preparing for an interview can seem intimidating. That is typically the chance for you to finally meet the opportunity provider and discuss why you are the best fit. Yet this is also an opportunity for you to see if the opportunity is a good fit for you. We have resources to help you prepare for interviews. You can also make an appointment with a Hubbard Center adviser to schedule a mock interview to get a better idea of what to expect in a formal interview setting.
|Behavioral Interview Techniques||Behavioral Interview Tips||Working a Career Fair|
|GlassDoor Specific Interview Tips||Teaching Fellows|
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