When you graduate, what will you do next? In addition to the recommendations from your advisor, other faculty mentors, and your fellow students, there are resources at Indiana University and online to help you in your job search. Whether you’re looking for a postdoc position, want to go straight to a faculty position, or are considering a career outside of academe, take the time to do some research.
- The career coaches at the IU College of Arts + Sciences' Walter Center for Career Achievement are ready to talk you through potential career paths, help you apply for your first internship, or assist you in finding your first full-time position. Trevor Verrot is the center's graduate career coach.
- The mission of IU University Graduate School's Graduate Mentoring Center is to provide graduate students mentorship to support their successful degree completion and entry into the professoriate and/or other professions.
- Assistant Vice Provost for Student Development Katherine "Katie" Kearns at the University Graduate School supports the professional development of graduate students and postdoctoral trainees on the IU Bloomington campus—cultivating networks and resources that promote the retention and degree completion of graduate students; skill development in scholarly/creative activity, teaching, and responsible and ethical practice; and preparation for careers in a variety of post-degree professions.