Preparing for your career after graduation from Indiana State begins from day one – and you will have lots of help. The College of Technology works in collaboration with the ISU Career Center to provide resources and individualized assistance that will help prepare you for a successful future.
Visit room 215 in the Myers Technology Center between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to meet with a student working as a Technology Career Advocate. These students will help you access resources for career planning, building a resume, writing a cover letter, searching for an internship or job, interviewing practice, and other important career development activities.
The ISU Career Center offers professional career counseling services as well as a wide variety of other services designed to help students and employers connect. A Career Center liaison for College of Technology is available during selected hours in room TC 215 (see right column for hours). For more information, contact the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As you pursue your internship and job searches, don't forget to check the
websites of companies that have hired ISU technology majors in the past. A
spreadsheet listing many of those companies with their websites is linked below.
Also check the general listings provided through the ISU Career Center, and
always stay current on Sycamore Career Link.
>>Link to career sites of some companies that employ ISU technology majors
Here are some documents that can help your internship and job search.
|Resume & Cover Letter Guide||How to search for jobs and internships||Sycamore Career Ready Certificate|
|How to post your resume on Sycamore Career Link||How to really use LinkedIn||Other professional skill certificates at ISU|
Technology Career Advocates (TCA's) are a group of undergraduate technology students who serve as ambassadors and advocates for the College of Technology. They assist with outreach, student career support, event planning and preparation, and other student services. Leadership and professional development of students serving as TCA's are an important component of the program.