Faculty and Staff
Do your students have a plan? Where will they end up after graduation? We'd like to help you help them as they deal with these nerve-wracking questions. Our Center regularly collaborates with faculty and staff in an effort to guide students who look up to and are influenced by you. Students with thought-out career goals identify more strongly with their departments, contribute more meaningful class work, and go on to become professionals who have a clear sense of the value of their liberal arts education. Therefore, we would like to encourage you to collaborate with us, and we ask for your support in being part of the career development process for your students. These pages will allow you to explore the many ways we can collaborate to better serve IUB students.
The Career Development Center and Arts & Sciences Career Services supports the University's mission by providing services and resources that facilitate students' current and long-term career planning. Our mission is to provide holistic career services to Indiana University Bloomington students, with a special focus on the undergraduate students from the College of Arts & Sciences.
The vision of the Career Development Center and Arts & Sciences Career Services is to be a highly visible, recognizable, and valued presence of Indiana University Bloomington, serving as the crossroad for academics, student services, employers, and the local and global community.
Some of our current collaborations include:
- The departments of International Studies and Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design require Q299: Marketing Yourself for the Job and Internship Search as part of the overall curriculum.
- We have developed and presented tailored workshops in collaboration with departments and programs including International Studies, Biology, Biotechnology, English, Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design, Economics, Criminal Justice, Telecommunications, Communication and Culture, Psychology, Chemistry, Spanish, African Diaspora Studies, Religious Studies, Nursing, Freshman Interest Groups, Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Student Academic Center, 21st Century Scholars, Hudson Holland Honors Program, and GROUPS.
- Faculty regularly participate as panelists and hosts in career events such as Networking Nights, ArtWorks, Global Careers, etc.
- Arts & Sciences Faculty Advisory Board, a committee of faculty members who advise the Center on best practices.
- Event partnerships with East Asian Studies Center, Central Eurasian Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Culture, African Studies Program, West European Studies, Russian & East European Institute, Slavic Languages & Literatures, Center for Latin American Studies, Journalism, CIBER, Fine Arts.