Welcome! We are the Career Services Council, a decentralized group of career development professionals representing a variety of schools and departments at IUPUI. Our goal is to help students, employers, and IUPUI faculty and staff connect with the appropriate resource for their current needs.
Post a Job: IUPUI Talent.net
To post job/internship opportunities for all IUPUI students and alumni, please visit IUPUI Talent. The Career Network at IUPUI also offers a variety of recruiting events on campus.
Recruit in a Specific School/Academic Area
Many departments on campus provide recruiting services to employers wishing to hire their students for professional job and internship opportunities, including on-campus recruiting, job and internship fairs, cooperative education programs, job/internship databases, and resume referrals. Contact the career services office of your choice using the School-Specific Career Services.
Unsure where to go? Find a solution.
As a first point-of-contact for the IUPUI campus, the Solution Center assists business, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations in accessing campus resources. The SC can help you develop internships and partnerships with students, faculty, academic departments, and research centers. If you’re hiring an intern for the first time or if you’re unsure which academic department will fit your needs, start here.
Community Work Study
Community Work-Study (CWS) provides the opportunity for non-profit and government agencies to recruit and hire IUPUI students who qualify for Federal Work-Study as employees and interns. These part-time employment opportunities provide college students with educationally relevant work experience while making a difference in the community. Non-profit and government agencies who qualify to become work-study agencies are responsible for paying 25% of a student's wages, while Federal Work-Study pays the other 75%. For agencies interested in becoming a work-study approved agency, contact Morgan Studer, at email@example.com or 317-278-3474.