Career Center

January 27, 2015

In This Issue:
Career Center Calendar: At a Glance
Internship Opportunities
Full-time Job Opportunities

Local Part-time Job Opportunities
Arch Grants Global Startup Competition
Contact Us

Career Center Calendar: At a Glance 
Tues., Jan. 27: The Art of Interviewing Workshop (4-5 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B) 
Wed., Jan. 28: Job Search and Networking Workshop (4-5 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B) 
Tues., Feb. 3: How to Work a Career Fair Workshop (11 a.m. - 12 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B) 
Wed., Feb. 4: Resume Workshop (4-5 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B); Englishton Park Presentation (6:30 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120A); SII Interpretation for HBSP (8-9 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B) 
Tues., Feb. 10: Interviews for the Indiana State Fair (throughout the day in the Career Center Interview Room; contact David Harden in the Office of Experiential Learning at, How to Work a Career Fair Workshop (3-4 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B); Resume Workshop (4-5 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B) 

Save the Dates: Upcoming Career Fair
Englishton Park Presentation:  Representatives from Englishton Park will be on campus Wed., Feb. 4 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. (Lynn Classroom 120A) to give a presentation informing students of what their program has to offer, including Summer employment and internship opportunities. To learn more about the program, visit their website.
Sports Career Fair:  Pacers Sports & Entertainment is hosting the 15th annual Sports Career Fair on Wed., Feb. 4from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Attendees will have the opportunity to speak with representatives from many organizations including the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indiana Pacers, Indiana Fever, Indy Fuel Hockey and more.  For more information or to register, please visit their website
Indiana State Fair Summer Job Interviews: The interviews will take place in the Career Center Interview Room on Tue., Feb. 10 throughout the day.  Contact David Harden in the Office of Experiential Learning at
Peace Corps Presentation:  Kendrall Masten from the Chicago office of the Peace Corps will be on campus on Thurs., Feb. 19 to give a presentation at 7 p.m. in Lynn Hall 120B. For an overview of what the Peace Corps offers, visit their website
For full event descriptions and a complete calendar of Career Center events, click here. 

Internship Opportunities 
College Mentors For Kids Interns:  College Mentors For Kids' Indianapolis headquarters is offering three summer internships for students of at least sophomore standing. Intern positions include Program Intern, Development Intern, and Community Engagement Intern. For more information, contact Vicki Rubio
Events & Program Development Intern:  Conner Prairie in Fishers, IN is seeking an Events & Program Development Intern to research, plan, and implement events. Applicants must be available from May through August and able to work 20 hours per week. Apply online here.
Rotational Summer Intern:  The Business Backer in Cincinnati is looking for Rotational Summer Interns to work in a rotational program, gaining experience in their Underwriting, Finance, Human Resources, Sales/Marketing, and Operations departments. Apply online here.
Event Management Intern:  The Chicago Festival Association is seeking a summer Event Management Intern to work full-time, gaining experience in special events planning. Applicants should be studying Communication, English, Business, or a related field and must be comfortable working with deadlines. To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Phil Purevich at
Community Programs Intern:  The Indiana Department of Community Programs is looking for a summer intern to perform research and help implement program initiatives. Applicants should have a solid understanding of federal low-income programs. Apply online here.   
Internships with the State of Indiana:  If you are looking for an internship with the State of Indiana, visit their Facebook page at, and check it regularly. Many of the internships are in a variety of majors and they are available all over the state - not just in Indy. 

Full-time Job Opportunities
English Teacher in Thailand:  WorldTeach is seeking applicants to teach English abroad in rural Thailand schools. The program lasts 11 months. Apply online here.
Life Enrichment Associate:  Hampton Oaks Health Campus in Scottsburg, IN is looking for a Life Enrichment Associate to organize and implement programs promoting resident well-being. Applicants must have experience working with seniors and should enjoy working with the elderly. Apply online here.
Graphic Designer:  Round About Entertainment Guide in Madison is seeking a full-time Graphic Designer to create ads and design front covers. Applicants should be well versed in Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Quark Xpress and Multi-Ad Creator, or similar software. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to
Digital Media Librarian:  Fruit of the Loom in Bowling Green, KY is looking for a full-time Digital Media Librarian to assist with asset catalogues, organizing images, tagging files, and creating taxonomies. Applicants should have a Bachelor's degree and previous library experience. Apply online here.
HR Coordinator:  North American Properties in Cincinnati is seeking a full-time HR Coordinator to implement human resources programs and procedures in the context of a real estate firm. Apply online here.
Want access to more job descriptions? Visit NACElink to search and view current job openings.

Local Part-time Job Opportunities 
GNC Sales Associate:  GNC in Madison is seeking a part-time Sales Associate to educate and assist customers while also handling merchandise and maintaining order in the store. Apply online here.
KFC Shift Supervisor:  KFC in Madison is looking for a part-time Shift Supervisor to display management skills, lead a team, and set high standards. Apply online here.
Pizza Hut Team Member:  Pizza Hut in Hanover is seeking a Team Member to communicate with customers while remaining energetic and maintaining a positive attitude. Apply online here.

Arch Grants Global Startup Competition 
Arch Grants, a nonprofit organization that focuses on accelerating economic development in the St. Louis area, is currently seeking applications from seniors and recent graduates. They are looking to fund startup businesses in the St. Louis area with $50,000 equity-free cash grants, pro bono services, and mentorship. The early application deadline is Feb. 28, and the final deadline is March 31. For more information and to apply, visit the Arch Grants website.

Get Connected with the Career Center! 
If you have questions about events or job openings, please contact us! You can also make an appointment to discuss resume help, job search assistance, career guidance, and grad school assistance. Feel free to email us at or call Sue Tilley at 812.866.7127.