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  • Ascend Indiana 
    Ascend is a nonprofit that works with the University of Southern Indiana to connect students to early-in-career internships, part-time, and full-time jobs in Indiana. They partner with hundreds of Indiana employers and are completely free for you to use. To access the Network and receive personalized role suggestions, sign up for an initial meeting with one of their recruiters here.
  • Candid Careers
    Check out the Get Hired series for career advice on resumes, interviewing, and business etiquette for landing jobs and internships.
  • Career Guide for Students with Disabilities
  • Careers and Salaries
    Links to valuable websites offering career guidance and the latest salary information for your chosen field.
  • Suits for Students Success
    USI Students in need of professional clothing for an upcoming interview can visit and select free business wear from the Suits for Students Success Closet located in the Career Services and Internships office in the Orr Center Room 074.
  • My World Abroad
    300 expert articles. 4,000 career-building resources. Information and resources for internships and working abroad.  Free access for students. ( email required)
  • NACE - National Association of Colleges and Employers. USI Career Services are NACE members which allows us to access numerous career-related resources. Contact your USI Career Coordinator with any questions. 
  • Pymetrics - Leverages behavior science and audited AI technology to match people to their best-fit job, bias-free.
  • Screagles Mentor Program - Through the Screagles Mentoring Program, alumni (mentors) can provide guidance and support to students (mentees) by interacting with them, exchanging ideas, and sharing their experiences and knowledge of career paths.

    Mentors may be contacted by current students to serve as a one-time resource for topics such as exploring majors, resume reviews and interview questions or to provide long-term career and professional advice/activities. Mentors serve as role models and leaders as they help students reach their career goals.

  • US Department of Labor - Occupational Outlook Handbook - Search the database for specific jobs to learn about career options, salary and more.
  • What Can I Do With This Major?
    Whether you’re exploring majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this website will help you connect majors to careers. Learn about typical career areas and types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate. Continue your research through the websites provided.


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