Job Fair Information
Students wanting to explore college majors and career options should visit IU East's Office of Career Planning & Placement. We'll help you explore your interests, values, and skills to find a course of study and career path that is right for you.
Meet with a member of our staff to discuss your interests and plans. We can direct you to various sources of information that will help clarify and guide your decision-making process.
Career Planning Course
One career planning courses is offered at IU East. Ask your academic advisor about COAS X208, Basic Career Development.
Career Assessment Inventories
A variety of self-assessment inventories are available to help you make academic major and career decisions. We'll refer you to the free computerized and pen-and paper tools that will match your career development needs and your preferred learning style. Indiana University students and alumni may contact the Career Planning & Placement Center to learn how to use: Sigi3; an access code is required to use the resource.
Internships are work experiences that allow you to develop your professional skills and learn from current professionals in the field. They are a great way to build your resume! Contact Liz Ferris at 765-973-8584 to discuss current internship opportunities and learn how an internship can help you achieve your long-term goals.
Graduate and Professional School
If you're considering an advanced degree, you can find guidance and information in the Career Planning & Placement Center. Read the graduate school guides in our Career Resource Library and begin to prepare for graduate school entrance exams.