To access the career services available to you, select the school of your major from the list below. If you are looking for part-time, work-study, or on-campus positions, choose the Office of Student Employment.
The Office of Student Employment works with all IUPUI students to help them pursue and succeed in meaningful, academically relevant college work experiences that enhance academic and professional growth. Visit the Office of Student Employment.
Visit JagJobs for part-time, work-study, and internship opportunities:
Herron is the only professional school of art and design in Indiana. Students graduate with the skills and experience needed to succeed in fine arts–related professions right away. Visit Herron School of Art and Design.
Visit Herron Talent for job opportunities:
At Kelley, students learn how to get business done. Every Kelley degree program emphasizes real-world skills as well as theoretical principles so students graduate ready to hit the ground running. Visit Kelley Indianapolis Career Services.
Visit KelleyCareers for job opportunities:
At the School of Dentistry, students learn in an environment where teaching, research, and community service come together to best prepare them for careers in dentistry or an allied dental health profession. Visit the School of Dentistry.
Students seeking career services can contact the Office of Admissions and Student Affairs at 317- 274-8173 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the School of Dentistry's job opportunities:
For students who want to teach, the School of Education provides the theoretical and practical skills needed to inspire students of all ages. Visit the School of Education.
Students can reach out to Erin Cassity (email@example.com) in the School of Education for career services. In addition, students can visit education career services for job opportunities:
Students in the School of Engineering and Technology learn to compete at the highest levels in a variety of engineering and technological professions. Visit Engineering and Technology Career Services and Professional Development.
Visit ET careers for job opportunities:
General studies is a multidisciplinary program that emphasizes liberal arts and sciences (arts and humanities, science and math, and social and behavioral sciences) to enable students to meet their educational, professional, and personal goals. Visit Career Services for General Studies
General studies majors have access to the School of Liberal Arts job board for opportunities:
The School of Health and Human Sciences (SHHS) was launched in July 2018 through the merger of the School of Physical Education and Tourism Management and the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. SHHS offers diverse educational paths, including exercise science, fitness management, nutrition, rehabilitation, health sciences, and events management, so students can graduate ready to start their careers. Visit SHHS Career Services.
Visit SHHS careers for job opportunities:
Students in the School of Informatics and Computing (SOIC) explore how people use computing and technology to live, work, play, and communicate and develop innovative IT solutions to help them. Visit SOIC Careers and Internships.
Visit SOIC Careers and Internships for job opportunities:
The McKinney School of Law provides students with a solid foundation in the theory of law so they can graduate with the skills needed to pass the bar and to practice law right away. Visit the School of Law's Office of Professional Development.
Visit the McKinney School of Law's Online Career Center for job opportunities:
The School of Liberal Arts provides students with a comprehensive education in the humanities and social sciences so they will graduate ready to excel in a wide variety of professions. Visit Liberal Arts Career Services.
Visit the School of Liberal Arts job board for opportunities:
As the country's second largest medical school, IUSM graduates students ready to succeed as a medical doctor, researcher, or scientist. Visit IUSM career services or contact your academic advisor in the Health Professions Program to access career services.
The School of Nursing gives students the skills they need to provide excellent patient care, whether they're seeking an undergraduate, graduate, or doctoral degree in nursing. Visit the School of Nursing.
The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy immerses students in an environment that takes both a theoretical and practical approach to philanthropy—voluntary action for the public good. Visit the Lilly School of Philanthropy.
Visit the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy's job opportunities:
The O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) provides students an opportunity to learn how to work in government, nonprofit, and business roles to make positive changes in their communities, states, and around the world. Visit SPEA career services.
Visit SPEA Career Services for job opportunities:
Students from the Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health pursue a public health or health care administration degree program to spend their careers helping to build a healthier world. Visit the School of Public Health.
Visit public health job opportunities:
The School of Science offers a variety of degrees that students can pursue to become well-rounded scientists prepared to solve the problems of the future. Visit Pre-Professional and Career Preparation for Science Students (PREPs).
Visit ScienceLink for job opportunities:
The School of Social Work teaches students what they need to know to spend their careers promoting social and economic justice at every level. Social work graduates build healthier communities and shape social and economic policies. Visit the School of Social Work.
Visit Social Work Talent for job opportunities: