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Follow Your Dreams

You’re thinking about your future. So are we.

Explore Career Possibilities for Your Major (or Majors)

With more than 150 majors, you have a lot of options. Want to double major or add a minor? It's up to you—you can mix and match according to your interests. Once you have some options in mind, start exploring different career paths using our Career Guides. Learn about each field, see how you can get experience at IU, and check out potential employers.
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Get Real-World Experience

62% of IU students complete an internship or field experience. Having an internship gives you an incredible advantage when it comes time to finding full-time work. It’s a great way to break into tough industries, and an even better way to start making professional contacts.
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Work It

1,000+ employers—from 3M to Walt Disney—recruit at IU for both full- and part-time positions and internships. Professional career counselors are ready to help you pick a career focus, find real-world experience, write an effective resume, and meet the people at the companies, agencies, and organizations who can hire you.
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Interested in a career in law, medicine, or another health profession? The Health Professions and Prelaw Center (HPPLC) provides advising and other services for students who want to pursue careers in these areas.
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You’re Kind Of a Big Deal

40% of IU students have jobs before they graduate, and three out of four get jobs within six months of graduating. Your Indiana University education is an investment in the rest of your life. That’s why we offer you so many experiences and opportunities, on our stunning campus and off. Whatever path you want to pursue, you’ll be ready. You'll leave IU knowing how to work effectively in a team, communicate well, solve problems, and think critically—the top skills employers want to see.

Learn To Lead

750+ student organizations offer leadership opportunities to complement your classroom experience. Get a well-rounded education by participating in activities across a wide array of recreational, athletic, cultural, artistic, social, and political interests. Play lacrosse, swing dance, or get involved with radio broadcasting—just to name a few. Can’t find just what you’re looking for? Start your own student organization.
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And You’ll Be In Good Company

Your IU education will take you places—like Apple, ESPN, or the Metropolitan Opera. From a cappella recording artists Straight No Chaser to New York Times crossword puzzle editor Will Shortz, many Hoosiers have made their mark on the world.
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