Jameson Marsh graduated from the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in 2019 and has a career he loves as an Impact Manager at City Year Detroit. Founded by two Harvard Law graduates in 1988, City Year works with schools across the U.S., South Africa, and the U.K. to make education accessible and effective for all students.
How are voting districts drawn? How is federal money allocated to local governments? How are individuals represented within the Legislative branch of the U.S. government? There's one answer: the U.S. census. April 1, 2020 will mark the 23rd U.S. census (one has been taken every 10 years since 1790).
According to career coaches at Indiana University Bloomington’s Walter Center for Career Achievement, you should be spending 60% of your time networking with people who are already employed at the place you're applying. Another 30% is for researching what the company actually does and why. The last 10% should be reserved for applying to the job itself.
“We are more connected than what we often think,” says Nieto-Phillips, Indiana University Bloomington’s vice provost of diversity and inclusion. “There is a real imperative for us to be involved in our shared futures.”
An Indiana University Bloomington sorority is joining people throughout the country Feb. 7, 2020, to raise money for education and awareness surrounding women’s heart disease.
IU seniors Fabian Carrasquillo and Quinn Hanlon come from different parts of the country and they have different majors and career goals. As cadets in the Indiana University Army ROTC, though, they share the same passion and drive, and the two have formed a lasting friendship that will continue long beyond their graduation.
One in 10 medical products in developing nations -- including birth control pills, antibiotics and malaria medicines -- has been found to be substandard or falsified, according to the World Health Organization. The issue has led to a loss of confidence in health care providers, as well as increased antimicrobial and drug resistance.
Now that you’ve identified your transferrable skills and written your resume using the tips in #IUCorpsSkills Workshop 1: Building Volunteering into Your Resume, you’re ready to write a cover letter!
Volunteering is a great way to show a future employer what you’re passionate about! In the time you’ve spent helping your favorite organization, you’re sure to have picked up some transferable skills along the way.