Phone: (219) 473-4253
Office: Office 100B

The Career Services Office maintains a wide range of current occupational information, internship and job listings, and career assessment materials designed to help students and recent alumni explore career opportunities. Books, videos, articles, and web resources regarding occupations, job markets, job outlooks, job search skills, and graduate schools are available. Job preparation workshops and consultations are offered along with general internship and career guidance.

First Destination Survey

First-Destination Survey captures information regarding how new college graduates fare in their careers within six months of graduation. The annual initiative provides clear, concise, and consistent data on the outcomes associated with a college education on a national scale. Outcomes include:

  1. Types of employment—full or part time, contract, freelance, and so forth; 
  2. Additional education, e.g., accepted to graduate or professional school; 
  3. Still seeking either employment or further education;
  4. And starting salary for those employed full time.

In addition to providing outcomes for individual classes, the First-Destination Survey is designed to provide trends data over time to inform the discussion about the value of higher education.



General Career Exploration and Job Preparation Help

Internship Search Databases

Search and apply on your own

Internship Placement Services

Fee-based programs that include placement, housing, meals and activities

Federal Government Job Listings

Job Search Databases

Presentation Desk


  • Work Study Programs
  • Creating a Resume and Resume Examples; also has links for resume resouces
  • Acing an Interview