At all phases of your career journey—from exploring occupations to executing a job search—you can turn to Undergraduate Career Services. Use this guide to match your needs to the resources available.
Job and internship advising and coaching
1:1 coaching about career exploration and planning (job search, internship search, resumes, interviewing, and salary negotiation)
- Kelley majors take the Kelley Compass sequence: BUS-T175 + BUS-T275 + BUS-T375.
- Non-Kelley undergrads can also take BUS-T175 + BUS-T275.
The T175/T275/T375 sequence is available fall, spring, and summer.
Fairs involve up to 150 employers targeting key business majors.
Any IU Bloomington students interested in business careers
Various themed fairs are held in September and a combined fair takes place in January.
Employer info sessions
Employers present information about their firms and job opportunities.
Any IU Bloomington students interested in business careers and meet the employer requirements
Employer info sessions are held at various times throughout the fall and spring semesters.
Job postings feature both regular (job board) postings and applications for on-campus interviews (for those who qualify).
- Kelley students admitted through either direct or standard admission, currently taking classes at IU Bloomington
- Non-Kelley undergraduates who complete BUS-T175 and enroll in (and subsequently complete) BUS-T275
Note: Requires access to Handshake and is available to current UCS registrants* only.
New job postings are added daily, year round. Applications for on-campus interviews happen during the fall and spring semesters only.
Log in to Handshake.
Employers interested in hiring Kelley students can arrange schedules and interview for jobs and internships at the Prebys Career Center.
Any IU Bloomington student invited to interview by the hiring company.
Interviews are held primarily September through November in the fall and February through April in the spring.
*NOTE: To be considered a “UCS registrant” you must properly register with UCS each semester (verify/update “My Profile” in Handshake), meet all eligibility requirements (including the successful completion of both BUS-T175 and BUS-T275 on the IU Bloomington campus), and maintain at least half-time undergraduate enrollment status at IU Bloomington. Students must remain in good standing at all times (i.e., no unethical behavior such as reneges, unexcused missed interviews, etc.). Access restrictions will apply to those who are out of town on study abroad or engaged in other remote activities that prevent them from being present for on-campus interviews.