For Employers

At the Career Hub, we’ll work with you to develop a recruiting strategy tailored to your hiring goals.

We offer various ways for you to meet our students and promote your brand!

 

  • Career Focus Fairs: Boutique fairs created to increase ROI for employers and students by focusing on a career community/industry. Register for our Career Focus Fairs Here!

  • On-Campus Interviews: Host your interviews in the Career Hub

  • Employer Deep Dives: Organization information sessions

  • Career Catalysts: An all-day networking and career exploration event focused on a specific geographical area

  • Net(WORK)ed: Alumni and employer panels

  • Meet-and-Greets: Table at the O’Neill School and engage students in-between classes

  • Online Recruitment: Click here to set up an Employer Profile and Post Jobs

  • Website Blogs: Highlight careers in your organization by guest writing a blog that discusses how to be successful in your field

  • Case Competitions: Sponsor and judge a competition where our students analyze and present solutions to industry specific issue

Please contact our Employer Relations Team below to help to create a customized experience:

Miranda Redman, Senior Assistant Director of Employer Relations: mdredman@indiana.edu, 812-855-7963

Kelsea Lovig, Assistant Director of On-Campus Recruitment: mktheis@indiana.edu, 812-855-5220

O’Neill School Career Focus Fairs 2019-2020

Healthcare Management

A boutique style Career Focus Fair for students interested in careers within all sectors of healthcare.

9/10/2019 O’Neill First Floor Commons

Policy and Public Service      

A boutique style Career Focus Fair for students who are looking for roles that could lead to positions as public officials and/or professionals who set policy in motion to solve public problems.

9/11/2019 O’Neill First Floor Commons

Human Resources

A boutique style Career Focus Fair for students interested in being part of a Human Resources team or functions within HR.

9/19/2019 O’Neill First Floor Commons

Environment, Energy, and Sustainability        

A boutique style Career Focus Fair for students interested in jobs in related to the environment, energy, and sustainability.

9/24/2019 O’Neill First Floor Commons

Finance  

A boutique style Career Focus Fair for students interested in jobs related to financial management in all sectors.

9/25/2019 O’Neill First Floor Commons

Management    

A boutique style Career Focus Fair for students interested in the management of people, products, and processes.

9/26/2019 O’Neill First Floor Commons

Creative Arts Engagement      

A boutique style Career Focus Fair for students interested in careers in arts administration and management.

11/1/2019 O’Neill First Floor Commons

 

Spotlight on O’Neill Talent: Bringing Skills, Expertise, and Leadership to Your Organization

All O’Neill academic programs include a rigorous core curriculum and a required internship to ensure that our students graduate ready to make a valuable contribution to your organization. Please see more about our students degrees and concentrations below:

O’Neill Master’s Degrees

  • Public Affairs (MPA), Concentrations include: Economic Development, Energy, Environmental Policy & Natural Resource Management, Health Policy, Information Systems, International Development, Local Government Management, Nonprofit Management, Policy Analysis, Public Financial Administration, Public Management, Sustainability and Sustainable Development

  • Environmental Science (MSES), Concentrations include: Ecology and Conservation, Energy, Environmental Chemistry, Toxicology & Risk Assessment, Water Resources

  • Public Affairs/Environmental Science Dual Degree (MPA/MSES), Our signature dual degree program combines rigorous scientific training with one of the nation’s best masters programs in policy and management for a powerful and flexible combination of skills

  • Environmental Sustainability (MES), Concentrations include: Environmental Quality and Toxicology, Municipal Sustainability, Sustainable Water Resources, Sustainable Nature Resource Conservation and Management

  • Arts Administration (MAAA), Our future arts administrators bring business acumen, marketing expertise, and management skills to tackle the art world’s greatest challenges. In additional to a core curriculum all students graduate with a minimum of 430 hours professional experience

  • Public Affairs/Arts Administration Dual Degree (MPA/MAAA), Students develop skills in quantitative analysis, public sector management, budgeting, and public policy while gaining expertise in arts management, marketing, law, and cultural policy

  • Healthcare Management (MSHM), Our students develop the skills and expertise for transforming healthcare management in all sectors in this shared degree with the Kelley School of Business. These students will be prepared for the business aspects of management and well versed in the current issues facing the healthcare field.

O’Neill Undergraduate Degrees

  • Public Affairs (BSPA), Majors include: Environmental Management, Human Resource Management, Law and Public Policy, Management, Nonprofit Management, Policy Analysis, Public Financial Management, Public Management and Leadership

  • Environmental Science (BSES), A joint degree program between the O’Neill School and the College of Arts and Sciences bringing an interdisciplinary approach preparing students think broadly about the relationships between science, policy, and management

  • Environmental and Sustainability Studies (BAES), A joint degree program between the O’Neill School and the College of Arts and Sciences, concentration areas include: sustainable food systems, sustainable energy and resources, environmental ethics and justice, and biodiversity and sustainability

  • Healthcare Management and Policy (BSHMP), Students are uniquely trained in the areas of healthcare finance, administration, management, and analysis, and bring a complex understanding of economic and political factors affecting public health

  • Arts Management (BSAM), Curriculum covers arts marketing, finance, nonprofit management, and law, while students specialize in a specific arts area, such as Fine Arts, Theatre and Dance, Music, Anthropology, or Folklore and Ethnomusicology.

To learn more about the O’Neill School’s world class rankings, click here!