Do you love working with young people? Do you enjoy helping classmates with homework or studying? Consider a career as a licensed public-school science teacher.
Graduate-level programs at the IUB School of Education can prepare you to gain licensure, and it’s not too late to apply! Here are details on 3 programs you could consider:
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Winter Career + Internship Fair
Thursday, January 28
3:00 – 7:00pm
Here are a few examples of the 90+ companies registered to attend the fair:
* Charles Schwab
* Follett Corporation
* Meridian Health Services
* Covance Laboratories Inc.
* Pinnacle Partners
Be sure to research the complete list of attending employers ahead of time in your Career Link account in “ATTEND EVENTS” on the bottom right of your homepage.
Career Fair Prep
Tuesday, January 26
Career Development Center, 625 N. Jordan Ave.
Need some help prepping for the career fair on Thursday, Jan. 28th? We’re here to help! We will cover everything from researching organizations and resume writing to how to master your communication skills with employers. Afterwards, we will have employers available to work one on one with you on your resume and elevator pitch. Join us for this all-inclusive prep session so you can be career fair ready. RSVP here.
A new certificate in Clinical Psychological Science being offered by the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. This certificate offers you the opportunity to learn how psychology theories and principles apply to real-world problems and allows you to gain either research or field experience helping others.
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The College of Arts and Sciences is once again pleased to offer the Cindy Simon Skjodt Study Abroad Scholarship for study abroad programs for Summer 2016. This scholarship supports College students participating in IU-approved, credit-bearing overseas study experiences.
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