A good starting point for exploring your career options is an appointment with your career coach. The Walter Center for Career Achievement offers job search resources, career courses, job fairs, information about internships and full-time jobs, and help with social media networking through professional organizations. Get advice about how to write your resume, ask for letters of recommendation from faculty and workplace supervisors, and prepare for job interviews, too.
Explore and enroll in Career Communities to learn more about industries relevant to your interests. These offer unique information about each field, including alumni spotlights, opportunities and resources, and in-person events.
You might want to take a career course to help you maximize your time at IU. Department of Spanish and Portuguese students should consider taking ASCS-Q 294 College to Career I: Explore Your Options. In the course, Spanish students explore interests, values, skills, and personality to see how they relate to different careers and occupational environments.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook from the Bureau of Labor Statistics offers career information about hundreds of occupations.