Services

Job and internship postings, resume help, interview prep, and much more

Choosing a career path and starting that career can feel daunting. Don’t worry—the Career Services office is here to help.

Come see us early and often, and use our SICE Careers portal to get essential career info and access many of our services, including applying for jobs and internships.

Log into SICE Careers

Who can use SICE’s career services?

Undergraduates, master’s students, Ph.D. students, and even alumni can use our services.

You have access to SICE Careers and all of our career services if you are earning a major/degree, minor, or certificate in SICE or if you have completed at least 6 credit hours of SICE classes. Undergraduates who don’t meet these criteria can meet with Anna Bednarski or Kelsey Karum to evaluate their goals and start their career planning.

Advising on your resume, interviewing, job search, and more

Our expert advisors will guide you one-on-one through every step of your career process, from polishing your resume to navigating job offers and salary negotiations.

Schedule your advising session
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Courses that help you develop your career and get experience

Learn to search for jobs and manage your career like a pro in Y395 Career Development, an eight-week, 1 credit hour course. Each undergrad major has its own version of Y395. SICE also offers several capstone and internship courses.

See upcoming SICE courses
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Attend the SICE Career Fair and other events

Held each September and January, the SICE Career Fair brings more than 100 employers to campus. We also host a variety of career workshops and employer events.

Learn about the Career Fair and other events
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Apply for jobs and internships

SICE Careers lists a wide range of positions you can apply for, from part-time work you can do now to full-time positions. Other ways to get work and career experience include Serve IT, research opportunities, on-campus jobs (see Jobs at IU), volunteering, and the Bloomington Technology Partnership.

Search for jobs and internships in SICE Careers
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Interview with employers

Employers conducted more than 1,300 interviews for internships and full-time jobs at SICE in 2016–17. You can sign up for next-day interviews during the Career Fair or apply for positions that have on-campus interviews.

Apply for positions with on-campus interviews