Career Center

April 5, 2016

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

Local Part-time Job Opportunities
Contact Us

Career Center Calendar: At a Glance
Wed., April 20: Teacher Candidate Interview Day (8 a.m.-4 p.m. at Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds)Mark your calendars for workshops after Spring Break:
Tue., May 3: Jump Start the GRE (4-5 p.m. Lynn Classroom 120B)

For full event descriptions and a complete calendar of Career Center events, click here.

Job Search Advice from Recent Grads


Mathew Grau '15:  Mathew Grau graduated in the spring of 2015. While Mathew was at Hanover, he majored in Economics and participated in the Business Scholars Program. Mathew is currently a Research Analyst for Convergys Analytics in Cincinnati, Ohio. Click here to see what advice Mat Grau wishes to impart on Hanover students.


Internship Opportunities
Wildlife Resource Center Intern:  The McHenry County Conservation District in Wonder Lake, IL is seeking a Wildlife Resource Center Intern to assist in caring for resident raptors, reptiles, feeder colonies, and other rehabilitating wildlife species. Applicants should be majoring in Biology or a related field. For directions on how to apply, click here.    

Talisman Programs Summer Camp Opportunities:  Talisman Programs is looking for summer help for a camp in North Carolina that hosts children with learning disabilities, ADD and ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome, and high functioning Autism.  Current openings include counselor positions, climbing instructors, and program managers. For more information and to apply, click here.

Seasonal Interpretive Naturalist: Clifty Falls State Park in Madison is seeking a Seasonal Interpretive Naturalist to interpret the park's history/ecology to visitors, create and conduct educational programs for the public, design promotional documents, and more. Applicants must be available for 40 hours per week and should be studying an environmental-related field. Apply online here.

Product Development Intern: ADP in Louisville is looking for a Product Development Intern to create scripts, tools, utilities, or codes to address issues with new projects and existing operational procedures. Applicants should have a solid understanding of HTML, HTTP, and other web-focused technologies. Apply online here.  

Human Resources Intern: Flex in Louisville is seeking a Human Resources Intern to assist the HR manager while creating and implementing HR programs and projects.  Applicants must be current Business students in their junior or senior year with a GPA of at least 3.0. Apply online here.

Prepare for your future:  Plan NOW for the career you want later.  We can help focus your job search, tailor your résumé to your goal, help you network with alumni in your desired field, assist with your interview preparations, and MORE.  Call 812.866.7127 or email to learn more.   

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES - Practice Professionalism now! 

Employers expect to see professional behaviors before and during the application process; lacking these can keep you from getting the job.  Practice these behaviors now so they will feel natural to you over the summer and beyond: 

·  Enthusiasm: Look for ways to contribute and put thought and energy into your work;

·  Punctuality/Dependability:  Work as scheduled, be on time, complete work when promised;

·  Ethics:  Behave with integrity at all times and keep personal matters on personal time;

·  Courtesy:  Show respect to co-workers, clients, and customers; avoid using profanity;

·  Initiative:  Don't always wait to be "told", offer your skills in support of the company's mission;

·  Social Media:  DO NOT criticize current or former employers, co-workers, classmates, etc., and ALWAYS show good judgment in your photographs and posts.  If you wouldn't want to claim responsibility for it on the front page of the New York Times, don't post it.  

·  Read and Respond:  Be sure to read emails FULLY and COMPLETELY and respond as requested.  Not replying when asked is akin to ignoring a direct request, and reflects badly on you. 

If you would like help developing a strategy to improve and/or evaluate your Professional Competencies, contact us at

Full-time Job Opportunities
Incite Project Manager:  Emmis Indianapolis Radio is seeking an Incite Project Manager to help the sales team grow accounts as well as performing social marketing duties. Applicants should have 1-3 years of administrative or project management experience. Apply online here.

e-Learning & Multimedia Developer:  Ohio National Financial Services in Cincinnati is looking for an e-Learning & Multimedia Developer to assist in developing, refining, and delivering e-learning, multimedia training, and educational content. Applicants should have at least 2 years of experience in multimedia or instructional content development. Apply online here.  

Consumer Services Executive: The Indiana Pacers are seeking a Consumer Services Executive to provide service to over 300 ticket accounts and ensure that ticketholders have memorable experiences. Hours for this position may include weekends, evenings, and holidays. Apply online here.  

Corporate Headquarters Accounting Associate:  Goodwill of Southern Indiana's corporate office in Clarksville, IN is looking for an Accounting Associate to process accounts payable and biweekly payroll. Apply online here.  

Community Engagement Specialist:  Emmis Communications in Indianapolis is seeking a Community Engagement Specialist to implement community engagement activities as well as serve as an ambassador to the Institute for Quality Education. Applicants must be able to speak and write in both English and Spanish. Apply online here.  

Want access to more job descriptions? Visit NACElink to search and view current job openings.

Upcoming Informational Opportunities

Master of Science in Sustainability Management:  Columbia University is hosting an online information session regarding its Master of Science in Sustainability Management program on Thurs., April 7 from 6-7 p.m. This session will cover curriculum, funding opportunities, and jobs after graduation. To RSVP for the information session, click here.

How to Lose Your Medical License:  Julie Reed, HC '97, will be on campus on Thurs., April 7 at 7 p.m. in SCC 137 to give a talk: "How to Lose Your Medical License". Reed is an attorney who is Executive Vice President of the state medical association. All pre-law and pre-med students are encouraged to see this impressive alumna present.

DNR Job Fair:  The Department of Natural Resources is hosting a job fair on Sun., April 10 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Clifty Inn in Madison. This job fair will offer information about seasonal positions at Clifty Falls State Park, Clifty Inn, Charlestown State Park, Versailles State Park, Hardy Lake, and Dean Lake. Interviews will be conducted on-site, so come dressed, ready, and with your resume! Register online here.

Local Part-time Job Opportunities
Summer Farm Work: Bee Hill Farm in Lexington, IN is seeking part-time spring and summer farm help to complete various duties including fence repair, fence stretching, yard work, landscaping, minor repairs, hauling and more. Applicants should own a vehicle and be able to lift at least 50 pounds. If interested, email Jen at and include your availability and skill set.

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.