Hiring Peer Coaches in the Walter Center for Career Achievement

The College of Arts + Sciences Walter Center for Career Achievement team is currently seeking undergraduate students to assist in career programming and coaching. Peer coaches are required to work 8-10 hours per week and are compensated at $10.15/hour. Key Responsibilities: • Serve as ambassadors to inform students in the College of Arts + Sciences about the services of the Walter Center

  • Coach undergraduate students on career preparation-related topics such as resume writing, cover letter writing, job search strategies and interviewing preparation • Assist in planning specialized career programming for students related to career communities • Conduct career-related presentations on a variety of topics to diverse groups of individuals across campus • Research and collaborate on projects for the Walter Center on a variety of topics which may include: career education, marketing, blog writing, data entry, employer relations, and university relations


We are seeking students who possess the following skills and qualifications: • Strong communication (both written and oral), teamwork, and interpersonal skills • Comfort presenting to small and large groups • Interest and passion for helping others • Willingness to recruit and train future coaches

  • Prior leadership experience (preferred) • Declared major in the College of Arts + Sciences (preferred)
  • Knowledge of career services (preferred)

Want to Apply?

Choose one of these options:

  • Log into your CareerLink account at careers.college.indiana.edu and search for Job ID# 40970
  • Contact Andrea White at (812) 855-0299 or whiteanm@indiana.edu


*When applying, please include a resume and cover letter articulating why you are interested in the position.

Additional information about the Walter Center can be found at https://careers.college.indiana.edu/ or by contacting Andrea White.

Deadline to Apply: Friday, September 7, 2018

The IU Herbarium Needs Curatorial Assistants with Map and Typing Skills

The Indiana University Herbarium is a research museum with 156,000 dried plant specimens from Indiana and around the world.

During 2018-19, we will complete the final phase of a 5-year project to photograph and record the collection information for all the specimens.

Most of the work is done and can be seen on our data portal (http://midwestherbaria.org).

The final task is to ‘georeference’ the collection localities, which involves estimating the longitude and latitude based on the description of the collecting site for the remaining 110,000 specimens.  There are great online tools to help with this task, but the essential requirements are good map and typing skills.

Curatorial Assistants need to work a minimum of 8-10 hours per week (but the hours are flexible), and the pay is $10.15/hour.

Please contact Dr. Eric Knox (eknox@indiana.edu) to learn more about this employment opportunity.