Career Center

September 15, 2015

In This Issue:
Welcome Back!
Career Center Calendar: At a Glance
Graduate and Professional School Fair
Job and Internship Interviews with Elanco on-campus
Scholarship Opportunities
Local Part-time Opportunities
Internship Opportunities
More Opportunities
Professional Competency
Contact Us

Welcome Back!
Welcome to (and back) to campus!  Career Currents is produced bi-weekly by the Hanover College Career Center.  Its purpose is to provide information about workshops, recruiters, interviews, and special events related to work and careers.  We will try to share as many opportunities as possible, as well as information on where you can find more.  Feel free to contact us at with any questions or concerns.  All the best! - Margaret Krantz, Career Center Director; Sue Tilley, Career Center Assistant; Therese Sutter, Special Events Coordinator

Career Center Calender: At a Glance
Thurs., Sept. 17: 
Southwestern High School AVID Tutor Interviews (9 a.m.-3 p.m. in Career Center Interview Room), to sign up for an interview, contact Principal Jeff Bates at
Fri., Sept. 18: Madison Consolidated High School AVID Tutor Interviews (9 a.m.-3 p.m. in Career Center Interview Room).  There are still plenty of openings - many tutors are needed.  To sign up for an interview, contact Kande McKay, AVID District Director, at
Mon., Sept. 21: Interviews with Pathways Youth Shelter (9 a.m.-3 p.m. in Career Center Interview Room), contact Sue Tilley at for more information.
Tues., Sept. 22: Graduate and Professional School Fair (11 a.m.-1 p.m. in Campus Center Lobby)
Wed., Sept. 23: Logan University Information with Admissions Coordinator Lulu Brinkley (11 a.m.-1 p.m. in Campus Center Lobby); The Washington Center Information Session (3-4 p.m. in Lynn 120B); GRE Quantitative Reasoning Workshop with Dr. Barb Wahl and Margaret Krantz (4-5 p.m. in CFA 138)
Thurs., Sept. 24: Accounting Interview Day (Primo Banquet Hall in Indianapolis)
Mon., Sept. 28: Introduction to the GRE Workshop with Margaret Krantz (3-4 p.m. in Lynn 120B)
Tues., Sept. 29: IUPUC's Master's in Counseling (11 a.m.-1 p.m. in Campus Center Lobby); Introduction to the GRE Workshop with Margaret Krantz (4-5 p.m. in Lynn 120B)
For full event descriptions and a complete calendar of Career Center events, click here.

Graduate and Professional School Fair
Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair:  Are you considering earning an advanced degree? We encourage you to attend this fair, which will give you an opportunity to talk with school representatives about their programs, the qualifications they are seeking, and the ways that you can prepare for grad school. This year's Graduate and Professional School Fair will take place onTues., Sept. 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Campus Center lobby. Read more about the fair here.

Job and Internship Interviews with Elanco on-campus
Interview for Laboratory job or internship with Eli Lilly's subsidiary:  Elanco Clinton Labs will be on campus to interview for both a full-time Manufacturing Sciences Associate and a Manufacturing Sciences Intern.  To be considered for the positions, interested students will need to submit their résumé, cell phone number, and availability to interview outside of class time on Thu. 10/08/15 to the Career Center no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wed., Sept. 30th to  Contact Sue for details.

Scholarship Opportunities
Davies-Jackson Scholarship Program:  The Davies-Jackson Scholarship program supports up to two years of study at St. John's College at the University of Cambridge in England. Applications are currently being accepted for study in: Classics, Economics, Education, English, Geography, History, History of Art, Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Political Sciences, Modern and Medieval Languages, Music, Philosophy, and Psychological and Behavioral Sciences. The application deadline is Nov. 2. For more information and application materials, visit the Council of Independent Colleges website.

Local Part-time Opportunities
Many local businesses are looking for part-time help:  Bello's Pizza, Boneyard Grill, Chelsea General Store, Goodwill, Kent Mercantile, Frisch's, and the Riverboat Inn are just some of the local businesses looking for good workers, and they are asking for Hanover students!  For more information, contact Sue Tilley at

Internship Opportunities
Laboratory Intern:  Idemitsu Lubricants in Jeffersonville, IN is seeking a Laboratory Intern to perform general housekeeping and laboratory duties including entering test sheets, replenishing lab supplies, and preparing files. Apply online here.

Political Affairs Intern:  The Borgen Project is looking for interns interested in political outreach who want to make poverty a focus of U.S. foreign policy. Interns work for 4 months remotely, giving about 14 hours per week. Apply online here.

Humana Summer Graduate Intern: Humana, Inc. in Louisville is seeking summer interns for its Graduate Development Program who are interested in Finance, Clinical and Health Guidance, Human Resources, Marketing, Pharmacy, Product Development, or Service Operations. Applicants must be working on a post-graduate degree after graduation. Apply online here.

Freelance Web Writing:  Educations Media Group is seeking a freelance web writer to produce about 5 articles per week on topics such as general career, HR, and professional development trends. English or Communication majors are ideal, and pay ranges from $10-30 per 500-word article. To apply, email a resume and writing sample to HC Alum Abby Guthrie (Class of 2012) at

Graphic Design Intern:  Trilogy Health Services in Louisville is seeking a Graphic Design Intern to assist with company projects while also updating marketing and communications material. Applicants should be Studio Art majors with experience in Adobe Creative Suite. Apply online here.

More Opportunities
NACElink:  Log on to your NACElink account to see more opportunities for jobs and internships.  Go to, enter your full Hanover email address ("") and password and start your search.

Professional CompetencyProfessional Competency
Professional Competency:  The best way to find out what you enjoy and where your interests lie is to Try. Stuff. Out. Join clubs, attend meetings, go to events - take advantage of the organizations on campus to find the causes and activities that resonate with you.  Once you've found "your thing(s)" stay active and take leadership roles to help expand your experience and your marketable qualifications.

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.