Careers In Technology

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. Contact the Career Center at

companies that employ ISU technology majors

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

Helpful Resources

Here are some documents that can help your internship and job search.

How to search for jobs and internships for Students How to post your resume on Sycamore Career Link How to really use LinkedIn

Technology Career Advocates

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.

Katie Daiker
Information Technology

Dior Johnson
Human Resource Development
Aleyda Flores
computer engineering technology
Molly Joseph
Technology & Engineering Education
Joseph Thiessen
automotive engineering technology
Rich Ashby
advanced manufacturing technology
Michelle Stinchcomb
Bev Bitzegaio
Director of outreach and student career support


Coming Fall 2014

career workshops for spring 2014

LINKS to flyers below:

>>By name of workshop

>>By date held in TC

>>By date held in Career Center

Career support now available MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS in TC 215!


Jeff Hudnall from the ISU Career Center will hold office hours in the College of Technology room TC 215 as scheduled below:

M/W from 10:00 - Noon

Tues from 2:00 - 4:30 pm

Thursdays from 9:00 - 10:30 am

Career development services will include My Plan advising, resume assistance, practice interviews, and internship and job searches.


Career  Workshops



Login to Career Link to search jobs, sign up for interviews, workshops, and other events!

Sycamore Career Link

Make your resume WORK
FOR you!
A resume is a promotional piece. It is a calling card to introduce you to a potential employer. Accompanied by a cover letter, its purpose is to get you an interview. Use these resume and cover letter tips to get you on the right track. Then make an appointment with an ISU career counselor to help you make it shine.