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Getting Support: Finding a Job


Career Development and Student Employment

  • Career Development Center (CDC)
    Hours: Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM
    625 North Jordan (10th & Jordan)
    855-5234

    Career Development Center provides comprehensive career planning to over 30,000 IU students. These career services include career counseling & drop-in advising, assessment inventories, career fairs, career panels, graduate school application preparation, an extensive career resource library, and listings for internships, part-time, work-study, and summer positions. First-year and sophomore students may enroll in Q294: Basic Career Development, an eight week, two credit course, which assists students with self-assessment and career exploration. Students wishing to receive internship credit for their experiential learning experiences may enroll in Q398/W499.


    • Career Counseling Services (CCS)
      855-1556
      Helps you make sense of the career planning process and to support you as you define, evaluate, and refine your career path.

    • Career Resource Library
      855-0527
      Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
      IU’s most extensive and comprehensive collection of resources (over 5,000 items) for college major exploration and career planning.

    • Student Employment Office
      855-1556
      Assists full-time and part-time students and student spouses in finding employment to defray college expenses and gain significant work experience.

    • Arts and Sciences Placement Office
      855-0576

      Arts & Sciences Career Services provides services and resources for job search strategies and other post-graduate options to Arts & Sciences students. Services include resume & cover letter writing critiques, videotaped mock interviewing, listings for internships and full-time positions, career fairs, on-campus recruiting, and online recruiting. Juniors and seniors may enroll in Q299: Job Search Strategies for Liberal Arts Students, an eight week, two credit course, which assists students in the development of an effective plan for post-graduate success.

    • Employment for International Students and Global Careers

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