43 episodes

College students, alumni, recruiters, and career development professionals from Indiana University Bloomington's College of Arts + Sciences chat about how students can explore and pursue their career goals. Episode topics range from 3-5 minute micro-episodes that answer FAQs to longer conversations about the coolest jobs and the best ways to land them.

All Careers Considered Indiana University Walter Center for Career Achievement

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

College students, alumni, recruiters, and career development professionals from Indiana University Bloomington's College of Arts + Sciences chat about how students can explore and pursue their career goals. Episode topics range from 3-5 minute micro-episodes that answer FAQs to longer conversations about the coolest jobs and the best ways to land them.

    Working in the Sports Industry and Becoming an Author with Julie DiCaro

    Working in the Sports Industry and Becoming an Author with Julie DiCaro

    This week we spoke with Julie DiCaro. Julie graduated in 1995 with a degree in Journalism. She currently works at Deadspin as a Senior Editor and recently released a book titled Sidelined: Sports, Culture, and Being a Woman in America.  In this episode, Julie shares why she chose to attend law school right after graduating from IU, how she transitioned into the sports industry, and what it was like to write and publish her own book.

    This is the last episode of this season of the podcast. Thanks for listening and please check back for more podcast content in the fall!

    • 21 min
    Going from a Creative Advertising Major to Co-founder of a Business with Garrett Greller

    Going from a Creative Advertising Major to Co-founder of a Business with Garrett Greller

    This week we spoke with Garrett Greller. Garrett graduated from IU in 2018 with a degree in creative advertising and is the co-founder and Director of Marketing and Product Development at Uncle Buds Hemp and CBD. In this episode, Garett shares how he got the idea for the business when he was a student at IU and how his classes and relationships with faculty members in the media school were essential to the success of his business. Enjoy the episode!

    Find the transcript for the episode here. 

    • 22 min
    Breaking Into the Tech Industry with Kieran Farr

    Breaking Into the Tech Industry with Kieran Farr

    This week we spoke with Kieran Farr, a tech entrepreneur in the Bay Area who has a background in creating tech start-ups with a focus on video streaming technology. Kieran from IU in 2005 with degrees in Television Production and Business Marketing. In this episode, Kieran shares how starting IU Student TV as a student at IU gave him the skills needed to start his own business. He also shares some great tips for students who are trying to break into the tech industry (hint: don’t fear entry-level sales roles). You won’t want to miss this episode! 

    • 23 min
    Getting Inspiration From Your First Job Post College & Owning Your Own Business with Noah Herron

    Getting Inspiration From Your First Job Post College & Owning Your Own Business with Noah Herron

    This week we spoke with Noah Herron, Biochemistry BS ‘06. Noah is the owner of Urban Farming Seeds and Urban Vines in Westfield, IN. In this episode, Noah shared why his first job as a chemist after graduating from IU wasn’t a perfect fit, but how it inspired him to take his hobbies of gardening and making beer and wine and start his own business. He also shared how his hard work and discipline at IU gave him a competitive edge over his peers in other majors and prepared him for entrepreneurship. Enjoy the episode!

    Transcript for the episode: https://careers.college.indiana.edu/?p=126835&preview=true

    • 18 min
    Embracing Change and Why Helping Others is the Best Philosophy in Business with Dawn Ridley

    Embracing Change and Why Helping Others is the Best Philosophy in Business with Dawn Ridley

    This week we spoke with Dawn Ridley, African American Studies BA ‘91. Dawn currently serves as the Assistant Vice President of Institutional Giving at Howard University and has years of experience in business primarily in the Washington, DC area. In this episode, Dawn shares how her IU experience propelled her into a dynamic, successful career in communications, public relations, relationship management in multiple different industries. She also shares some great advice for students as they enter in the working world with big goals and dreams. Enjoy!

    Find the transcript for the episode here.

    Links Mentioned in the Episode:


    https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawnridley/

    wcsn.indiana.edu

    • 33 min
    Astrology, Yoga & Wellness, and Maximizing your Liberal Arts Degree with Emily Ridout

    Astrology, Yoga & Wellness, and Maximizing your Liberal Arts Degree with Emily Ridout

    This week we spoke with Emily Ridout, Folklore and Ethnomusicology BA ‘09. Emily is an AstroYoga specialist and has a super interesting background. In this episode, we talked about what she loved about her time at IU and how exploring her interests after graduation rather than following one narrow path ultimately led her to her dream job. If you’re interested in astrology, yoga & wellness, or interested in learning about how to maximize your liberal arts degree to start a creative, entrepreneurial endeavor, you’ll love this episode. Enjoy!

    Find the transcript for the episode here.  

    Links Mentioned in this Episode:


    https://www.emilyridout.com/
    wcsn.indiana.edu

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Top Podcasts In Business