Professional Staff Advising
: Students may request appointments or come
in during Drop-In Counseling to obtain assistance with career-related
issues from resume reviews to salary negotiations.
: Office of Career Services will work with student
organizations to organize workshops on various topics, such as; interviewing
skills, networking strategies, and job search techniques, all tailored
to meet students’ interests and needs.
: During the fall and spring
employers from the public, private, and non-profit sectors visit
to conduct on-campus interviews for full-time employees and
Spring Break Trip
: Every year, we plan events for the
of spring break in Washington D.C. Events include a large
for alumni and students, and visits with various
Indianapolis & Chicago Trips
: We will also work
organizations to arrange short trips throughout each semester to
and Chicago to meet with various employers.
Federal Government and Washington, D.C.
Presidential Management Fellows Program (PMF)
: Office of Career
Services coordinates the PMF program for SPEA graduate students. In
order to maximize a candidate’s chance for selection into this
prestigious program, the office conducts training and simulated assessment
sessions to prepare students for their evaluations.
Washington Leadership Program (WLP)
: WLP is a
available to SPEA undergraduate students. You have an
spend a semester in our nation's capital and intern with a
governmental or nonprofit agency, while attending seminars
a SPEA professor.
: An opportunity for a student to get
advice and guidance directly from an alumnus with an academic
or professional career congruent with the student’s own
: If you want to ask questions about working
agency, living in a particular area, or if you are curious about
demands of particular fields, we can find one of our many SPEA
to speak with you.
: SPEA students may copy career-related
at no charge.
: SPEA students may make free long distance
phone calls and send free faxes if they are related to their job or
internship search. Students may also receive career-related faxes in
Office of Career Services.
: The bookcases are divided into
each section has books, directories, and other publications.
In addition, there are separate sections for internship
general job search guides.
: Web based registration program that
students to create resumes, post them to a web resume book,
in on-campus recruiting and view job postings.
: We provide many links via internet
variety of areas that will assist you in your job/internship
: Three stations are available for
and web searches. Please note that these do not have any word
programs and are not connected to a printer.