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Freshmen & Sophomores

Fundamentals of résumé writing - freshmen & sophomore
Life management: time and place for freshmen and sophomores
Myplan review sessions
Networking in a crowd of strangers
Overcoming public speaking anxiety
Public speaking 101
Social media shouldn’t hurt: using social media to enhance your online presence
Surviving academic emergencies

Juniors & Seniors

Career ready résumés - junior & senior
First job negotiations
Job/internship search
Management: time and place for juniors and seniors
Perfecting your elevator pitch
Successful interview strategies
Workplace expectations

Everyone

2018 Spring Career Opportunity Fair
Cover letters
Dr. Laura Munoz presents: Emotional Intelligence
Dr. Laura Munoz presents: Women as Leaders
Ethics conference keynote- Value of Integrity
Financial literacy
Innovation Speaker Series: Wingstop
Innovation Speaker Series: Thad Ewald
Innovation Speaker Series: Julia Reich
MBAA presents: Jeff Belkus
Preparing proper PowerPoints
Sales industry panel​
State Farm Circle of Influence Dinner – Tirey Hall​​
State Internship Series: Audra Dial & Lucas Young
State Internship Series: Meghan Bullington
State Internship Series: Michelle White & Tanner Smith
State Internship Series: Monica Griesemer
Sycamore Career Summit
Using LinkedIn to elevate your job search​
What the Fork: Professional Etiquette Dinner
Women as Leaders I
Women as Leaders​ II
WW: Adulting 101: Start with determining your career goals
WW: Getting real: When work gets awkward
WW: Money, money, money
WW: Next level resume writing
WW: Prepare for the Career Fair​
WW: Untold stories: Life after graduation

Recommended for Freshmen and Sophomores

OVERCOMING PUBLIC SPEAKING ANXIETY

Presented by: David Fleming

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Self
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Participate in public speaking exercises

Dates Presented:

  • Tuesday, January 30th – 2:00PM, FD 223
  • Wednesday, January 31st- 12:00PM, FD 133
  • Tuesday, April 3rd – 12:00PM, FD 133

LIFE MANAGEMENT: TIME AND PLACE FOR FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES

Presented by: Kelly Wilkinson

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop and phone
  • Student ID
  • Microsoft Outlook on your phone and computer

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Access your Microsoft Outlook Calendar
  • Participate in the workshop discussion
  • You must add your course schedule for the semester to your calendar

Dates Presented:

  • Monday, February 5th - 11:00AM, FD 133
  • Wednesday, February 7th- 2:00PM, FD 133
  • Tuesday, March 6th - 3:00PM, FD 133
  • Wednesday, March 21st -5:00PM, FD 133

PUBLIC SPEAKING 101

Presented by: David Fleming

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Self
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Participate in public speaking exercises

Dates Presented:

  • Friday, February 1st – 2:00PM, FD 223
  • Tuesday, February 6th – 12:00PM, FD 223
  • Thursday, April 4th— 2:00PM, FD 133

SOCIAL MEDIA SHOULDN’T HURT: USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO ENHANCE YOUR ONLINE PRESENCE

Presented by: Sara Williams

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

  • Have at least one social media account or personal website
  • Possible social media accounts include, but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc .
  • Be willing to make a change and/or post to at least one of your social media accounts

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Student ID
  • Be willing to make a change and/or post to at least one of your social media accounts

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Learn about the importance of maintaining an appropriate social media image
  • Learn how to create a strong social presence and add value using social media
  • Make a change and/or post to at least one of your social media accounts

Dates Presented:

  • Thursday, March 1st – 11:00AM, FD 133
  • Thursday, March 1st – 12:30PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, March 8th- 11:00AM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 9th- 12:00PM, FD 133

NETWORKING IN A CROWD OF STRANGERS

Presented by: Sara Williams

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Student ID
  • You must be willing to participate in this workshop - you will get an opportunity to practice networking and participation is required.

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Learn how to network with professionals
  • Learn how to carry on a conversation and ask appropriate question
  • Learn how to work the room 

Dates Presented:

  • Thursday, February 1st – 12:30PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, February 22nd – 11:00AM, FD 133
  • Monday, March 5th- 12:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, March 8th – 12:30PM, FD 133

SURVIVING ACADEMIC EMERGENCIES

Presented by: Sara Williams

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Understand the importance of solving problems without direction from others
  • Make a plan to cover potential academic emergencies that might occur during the semester
  • Research on your laptop during the event and create an Academic Emergency Plan

Dates Presented:

  • Thursday, February 1st- 11:00AM, FD 133
  • Thursday, February 8th – 12:30PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, February 22nd – 12:30PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, April 12th – 11:00AM, FD 133

FUNDAMENTALS OF RÉSUMÉ WRITING-FRESHMEN & SOPHOMORE

Presented by: Kyle Harris

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Resume draft
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Work with the workshop facilitator to improve your resume
  • Participate and make edits resulting in a completed resume before you can leave the workshop
  • Peer review resumes utilizing the ISU Resume Rubric
  • Participation during the event is required and at the discretion of the facilitator

Dates Presented:

  • Wednesday, February 14th-3:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, March 19th-3:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 2nd-1:00PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, April 19th-3:30PM, FD 133

MYPLAN REVIEW SESSIONS

Before coming to the event you must:

  • Take all 4 parts of the MyPlan Assessment
  • To register or to sign back into MyPlan, navigate to http://indstate.myplan.com. For first time registrants click on “Create Free Account” and when prompted enter license code LV9QF9A8

For admission to the event you must bring:

  • Your MyPlan results
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Participate in discussion

Dates Presented:

  • Friday, February 9th- 12:00PM, Career Center
  • Thursday, March 1st – 5:00PM, Career Center
  • Monday, March 26th – 4:00PM, Career Center
  • Monday, April 23rd – 12:00PM, Career Center

Recommended for Junior and Seniors

PERFECTING YOUR ELEVATOR PITCH

Presented by: David Fleming

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

  • Watch The Optimized Elevator Pitch video
  • Read the Elevator Pitch Prompt for the ISU Elevator Pitch Competition preliminary round on the Sales & Negotiations Center website

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Video of elevator pitch
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Work with the workshop facilitator to develop and improve your elevator pitch
  • Participate and make edits resulting in a completed elevator pitch video before you can leave the workshop
  • Compare your video to the Elevator Pitch Quality Rubric
  • Upload your video to the ISU Elevator Competition submission website

Dates Presented:

  • Wednesday, February 28th- 12:00-2:00PM, FD 133. These are drop in sessions. Come anytime between 12:00-2:00.
  • Thursday, March 8th – 2:00-4:00PM, FD 133. These are drop in sessions. Come anytime between 2:00-4:00.

MANAGEMENT: TIME AND PLACE FOR JUNIORS AND SENIORS

Presented by: Kelly Wilkinson

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

  • Find Microsoft Outlook on your computer and set up your account—instructions are located on the Pre-Workshop Resources page
  • Sync your phone to your Outlook Account—instructions are located on the Pre-Workshop Resources page
  • Create an event diary in Microsoft Outlook document how you spend your time for 3 days

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop and phone
  • Student ID
  • Planner if you use one

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Participate in discussion during workshop
  • Complete the time management worksheet
  • Through Microsoft Outlook you will learn how to: share a calendar, create a group, and manage tasks
  • Learn how to document this on a resume

Dates Presented:

  • Thursday, February 15th at 2:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, March 19th at 5:00PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, April 3rd at 1:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 23rd at 12:00PM, FD 13

FIRST JOB NEGOTIATIONS

Recommend for seniors

Presented by: David Fleming

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Personal Budgeting Worksheet
  • Compensation Worksheet
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Work with the workshop facilitator to develop and improve your budget and compensation rankings
  • Participate and make edits resulting in a completed compensation plan outline
  • Create a negotiating plan for compensation with initial, targeted and minimal objectives for all aspects of compensation

Dates Presented:

  • Monday, April 2nd – 2:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 2nd – 3:00PM, FD 133
  • Wednesday, April 18th- 12:00PM, FD 133
  • Wednesday, April 18th – 1:00PM, FD 133

SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEW STRATEGIES

Presented by: Kyle Harris and Sara Williams

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

  • Watch Strategies for Interview Success video
  • Find an entry-level job or internship description for a position in your field
  • Have at least 3 questions that they would ask an employer in an interview

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Job description specific to your career interest
  • Your 3 questions for an employer
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Practice different types of interview environments and questions
  • Practice one on one or in a group
  • Understand and answer behavioral interview questions utilizing the CAR method
  • Know when and how to answer questions back to an employer
  • Participation during the event is required and at the discretion of the facilitator

Dates Presented:

  • Thursday, March 22nd- 1:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, March 26th-1:00PM, FD 133
  • Friday, March 29th – 11:00AM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 2nd-5:00 PM, FD 133

JOB/INTERNSHIP SEARCH

Presented by: Kaitlin Diel

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Job description specific to your career interest
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Discuss your choice of job description and reasoning behind the choice
  • Write up 3 desired locations, 3 industries of interest, and resources you plan on using to find said jobs/internships
  • Participation during the event is required and at the discretion of the facilitator

Dates Presented:

  • Tuesday, February 20th at 12:30PM, FD 133
  • Wednesday, March 28th at 3:30PM, FD 133
  • Tuesday, April 3rd at 5:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 16th at 12:00PM, FD 133

WORKPLACE EXPECTATIONS

Presented by: Kaitlin Diel

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • 3-5 questions
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Facilitate your own questions to the group
  • Participate fully with other attendees and facilitator when asked
  • Participation during the event is required and at the discretion of the facilitator

Dates Presented:

  • Thursday, February 15th - 3:30PM, FD 133
  • Wednesday, March 28th - 5:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 2nd – 12:00PM, FD 133
  • Tuesday, April 24 th-12:30PM, FD 133

CAREER READY RÉSUMÉS - JUNIOR & SENIOR

Presented by: Kyle Harris

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

  • Watch Career Ready Resume video
  • Find an entry-level job or internship description for a position in your field
  • Create a polished job specific resume based on the video and the ISU Resume Rubric

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Job description specific to your career interest
  • Resume
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Work with the workshop facilitator to improve your resume
  • Participate and make edits resulting in a completed resume before you can leave the workshop
  • Peer edit resumes utilizing the ISU Resume Rubric
  • Participation during the event is required and at the discretion of the facilitator
  • For example, if you visit a career advisor or Meis mentor ahead of time to review your resume and you make required revisions, you may potentially have a resume that is of job ready quality and the workshop may only last a few minutes for you specifically

Dates Presented:

  • Wednesday, February 14th-2:00PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, March 22nd-2:00PM, FD 133
  • Wednesday, March 28th-1:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 16th-1:00PM, FD 133

Recommended for Everyone

PREPARING PROPER POWERPOINTS

Presented by: David Fleming

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

  • Watch Preparing Proper PowerPoints​ video
  • Select a presentation you will be making in class that requires PowerPoint of at least 7 slides and attempt the PowerPoint for your class presentation
  • Attempt to create the PowerPoint for your class presentation

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Description of the class presentation assignment
  • PowerPoint Presentation for class
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Work with the workshop facilitator to develop and improve your PowerPoint slides
  • Participate and make edits resulting in a completed PowerPoint presentation before you can leave the workshop
  • Compare your presentation to the PowerPoint Quality Rubric

Dates Presented:

  • Wednesday, April 4th – 12:00-2:00PM, FD 133. These are drop in sessions. Come anytime between 12:00-2:00.  
  • Tuesday, April 10th- 2:00-4:00PM, FD 133. These are drop in sessions. Come anytime between 2:00-4:00.

COVER LETTERS

Presented by: Kyle Harris

Before coming to the Meis Center you must:

  • Watch Intro to Cover Letters video
  • Find an entry-level job or internship description for a position in your field
  • Write a rough draft cover letter per guidelines in the video and resume and cover letter writing guide for said position

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Job description specific to your career interest
  • Cover letter draft
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Work with the workshop facilitator to develop and improve your cover letter
  • Participate and make edits resulting in a completed cover letter before you can leave the workshop
  • Participation during the event is required and at the discretion of the facilitator
  • For example, if you visit a career advisor or Meis mentor ahead of time to review your cover letter and you make required revisions, you may potentially have a cover letter that is of job ready quality and the workshop may only last a few minutes for you specifically

Dates Presented:

  • Monday, March 19th-1:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, March 26th-3:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 9th-1:00PM, FD 133
  • Monday, April 16th-5:00PM, FD 133

FINANCIAL LITERACY

Presented by: Audra Dial

Before coming to the Meis center you must:

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Printed and completed personal budget
  • Laptop
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Work with the workshop facilitator to make changes to the personal budget where necessary
  • Gain a greater understanding of loans and repayment, credit cards and interest rates, and the importance of a personal budget
  • Participate and make changes to improve your personal budget and help other students improve theirs as well
  • Participation during the event is required and at the discretion of the facilitator

Dates Presented:

  • Tuesday, February 13th - 12:30PM, FD 133
  • Tuesday, March 6th - 5:00PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, March 29th - 1:00PM, FD 133
  • Tuesday, April 17th - 12:30PM, FD 133

USING LINKEDIN TO ELEVATE YOUR JOB SEARCH

Presented by: Audra Dial

Before coming to the Meis center you must:

For admission to Meis event you must bring:

  • Laptop
  • Student ID

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Work with the workshop facilitator to maximize your LinkedIn account
  • Learn how to navigate LinkedIn and best utilize it for job search success
  • Participate and make changes to improve your LinkedIn account throughout the workshop
  • Participation during the event is required and at the discretion of the facilitator

Dates Presented:

  • Tuesday, February 27th - 12:30PM, FD 133
  • Tuesday, March 20th- 5:00PM, FD 133
  • Thursday, April 12th - 12:30PM, FD 133

2018 SPRING CAREER OPPORTUNITY FAIR

Professional dress and student ID are required for entry

Location: Hulman Center

Date Presented:

  • Wednesday, February 21st – 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM

MBAA PRESENTS: JEFF BELKUS

Jeff Belskus, ISU alumnus and President of the Indy Eleven Professional Soccer team, is visiting to share what he has learned during his tenure as President, CEO, and CFO for organizations like Hulman & Co., INDYCAR Series, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and Indy Eleven. 

Location: FD 223

Date:

  • Monday, January 22nd- 4:30PM

DR. LAURA MUNOZ PRESENTS: WOMEN AS LEADERS

Presented by: Laura Munoz

Location: FD 223

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Participate in the Q and A session on the topic of Women as Leaders

Dates Presented:

  • Tuesday, February 20th – 11:00AM

WOMEN AS LEADERS

Location: FD 223

Stay tuned for more details on the speaker later in the semester.

Date Presented:

  • Wednesday, March 21st –2:00PM

WOMEN AS LEADERS

Location: FD 223

Stay tuned for more details on the speaker later in the semester.

Date Presented:

  • Thursday, April 19th– 11:00AM

ETHICS CONFERENCE KEYNOTE- VALUE OF INTEGRITY

Location: Dede I

Details of the event:

  • Ms. Melissa Stapleton Barnes, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management, and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer at Eli Lily and Company, will be presenting on the Value of Integrity at the Networks Professional Development Ethics Conference
  • Complimentary lunch is provided for students who register in advance

Date Presented:

  • Monday, February 26th – 12:00PM

DR. LAURA MUNOZ PRESENTS: EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Location: FD 223

Presented by: Laura Munoz

During the workshop you are expected to:

  • Participate in Dr. Laura Munoz training workshop on Emotional Intelligence

Dates Presented:

  • Tuesday, February 20th – 2:00PM
  • Tuesday, February 20th – 3:30PM

STATE FARM CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE DINNER – TIREY HALL

Reservation Required. Contact Dr. David Fleming if you want to attend this event.

  • Dr. Laura Munoz will be the keynote speaker following dinner. Networking will follow the keynote.

Location: Tirey Hall

Date Presented:

  • Tuesday, February 20th – 5:30-9:00PM

SALES INDUSTRY PANEL

  • Members of the Sales Advisory Council will speak to students about what it is like to work in their industries

Location: FD 223

Dates Presented:

  • Thursday, February 22nd- 2:00PM
  • Thursday, February 22nd – 3:30PM

STATE INTERNSHIP SERIES: MONICA GRIESEMER

Location: FD 133

Presented by: Monica Griesemer

  • Students will get a peer perspective on what it takes to be successful during the internship process. You will get a first-hand account on what it takes to find an internship, get hired, and succeed while you’re there. Monica is a senior Marketing major and has had internships with Think Marketability and Protective Insurance.

Dates Presented:

  • Monday, February 19th- 3:00PM
  • Thursday, April 4th – 5:00PM

STATE INTERNSHIP SERIES: MEGHAN BULLINGTON

Location: FD 133

Presented by: Meghan Bullington

  • Students will get a peer perspective on what it takes to be successful during the internship process. You will get a first-hand account on what it takes to find an internship, get hired, and succeed while you’re there. Meghan is a senior communications major with a sales minor and has had 4 internships during her time at State.

Dates Presented:

  • Monday, February 19th- 12:00PM
  • Tuesday, April 17th – 5:00PM

Location: FD 133

Presented by: Audra Dial and Lucas Young

  • Students will get a peer perspective on what it takes to be successful during the internship process. You will get a first-hand account on what it takes to find an internship, get hired, and succeed while you’re there. Audra is a senior finance major and has had internships with State Farm and Valeo Financial Advisors. Lucas is a senior Operations and Supply Chain Management Major and has had an internship with MasterBrand Cabinets.

Dates Presented:

  • Thursday, February 15th- 12:30PM
  • Tuesday, March 6th – 12:00PM

STATE INTERNSHIP SERIES: MICHELLE WHITE & TANNER SMITH

Location: FD 133

Presented by: Michelle White and Tanner Smith

  • Students will get a peer perspective on what it takes to be successful during the internship process. You will get a first-hand account on what it takes to find an internship, get hired, and succeed while you’re there. Michelle is a senior Operations and Supply Chain Management Major and is interning with Rolls Royce. Tanner is a senior Operations and Supply Chain Management Major and is interning with Rolls Royce.

Dates Presented:

  • Tuesday, February 27th- 5:00PM
  • Thursday, March 29th – 3:30PM

WHAT THE FORK: PROFESSIONAL ETIQUETTE DINNER

Location: Dede III

Advanced registration and payment is required three days prior to the event by contacting the Career Center

 “What the Fork?” is a professional etiquette dinner that equips students with the dining knowledge and skills that are essential to their professional success. Students are taken step-by-step through a formal four-course meal while being educated on table manners, dining etiquette and conservation tips. During this dinner, students learn to feel more confident in professional dining situations and begin to master the art of fine dining!  

Date Presented:

  • Monday, March 5th- 5:00- 7:30PM
  • Tuesday, March 27th – 5:00- 7:30PM

WW: NEXT LEVEL RESUME WRITING

Are you ready to take your résumé to the next level? Have you already reviewed the Career Center Résumé Rubric? Attend this workshop to learn how to strengthen your résumé by creating quantifying bullet points and making sure your action verbs are aligned with the job description. Refine your résumé stand out in the stack of applications. It is strongly recommended that students bring a hard copy of their resume and a potential job/internship description to get the most out of this hands-on workshop.

Location: Career Center

Dates Presented:

  • Wednesday, February 7th – 12:00PM
  • Wednesday, February 7th– 5:00PM

WW: PREPARE FOR THE CAREER FAIR

The Career Fair is a great way for students to meet a large number of employers in a short amount of time, but it’s important to be prepared! Join us for an interactive step-by-step discussion about the upcoming career fair on February 21st. This workshop is the perfect opportunity to hear direct feedback and advice from employers!

Location: Career Center

Dates Presented:

  • Wednesday, February 14th – 12:00PM
  • Wednesday, February 14th – 5:00PM

WW: ADULTING 101: START WITH DETERMINING YOUR CAREER GOALS

Not sure what career you want to pursue? Have an idea of what you might be interested in but aren’t sure how to get there? Join us for a hands-on workshop that will help you make informed career decisions based on a variety of factors and will get you started on establishing career related goals! 

Location: Career Center

Dates Presented:

  • Wednesday, March 7th- 12:00PM
  • Wednesday, March 7th – 5:00PM

WW: GETTING REAL: WHEN WORK GETS AWKWARD

Learn how to handle some of the awkward situations that occur in the workplace that they don’t teach in the classroom. We will be discussing topics such as conflict between coworkers, dating in the workplace, and adding coworkers on social media.

Location: Career Center

Date Presented:

  • Monday, March 21st – 12:00PM
  • Monday, March 21st – 5:00PM

WW: UNTOLD STORIES: LIFE AFTER GRADUATION

Do you ever wonder how ones career path unfolded? How it led them to where they are today? Or how they managed to balance life outside of work? This is your opportunity to attend an employer panel review of their past accomplishments and regrets, both personally and professionally. Join us for a candid, interactive discussion with local community leaders and business professionals as they reveal their “Untold Stories.”

Location: Career Center

Date Presented:

  • Wednesday, April 18th – 12:00PM

WW: MONEY, MONEY, MONEY

We often come to college looking for a degree to earn more money, but then leave college with very little money and even looming student loans or debts. The Career Center, along with a financial services representative, will assist you on how to manage your money successfully. Topics will include salary and benefits negotiation, budgeting, and establishing good credit.

Location: Career Center

Date Presented:

  • Wednesday, April 25th – 12:00PM
  • Wednesday, April 25th – 5:00PM

SYCAMORE CAREER SUMMIT

Preparing students for career success is the focus of this one-day mini-conference designed to bring students together with employers in an environment that fosters networking and professional development opportunities. Incorporating resume reviews, mock interviews, a networking lunch, and breakout workshops. Workshops will be presented by both employers/recruiters and career advisers from the Career Center. More details will be available later in the semester. Stay tuned to your email for updates.

Location: HMSU

Date:

  • Thursday, April 5th – 9:00AM – 4:00PM

Innovation Speaker Series: Wingstop

Mark McLaurine and Chris Tooley, owners of Wingstop Terre Haute, speak about their journey to becoming business owners.

Location: Business Engagement Center, basement of the Technology Building​

Date: Wednesday, January 31, 5pm – 7pm

Innovation Speaker Series: Thad  Ewald

Thad Ewald is the CEO of Cummins Inc. Entrepreneur, speaking about his journey to becoming an entrepreneur and business owner.

Location: Business Engagement Center, basement of the Technology Building​

Date: Wednesday,  February 28, 5pm – 7pm

Innovation Speaker Series: Julia Reich

Creator of Stone Soup Creative, Julia Reich is a graphic recorder, branding consultant, graphic designer, speaker, and writer talking about her experience in these fields.

Location: Business Engagement Center, basement of the Technology Building​

Date: Wednesday,  March 21, 5pm – 7pm

Contact Us

Contact Us

Meis Student Development Center
Scott College of Business
Federal Hall
30 N. 7th St., Room FD124
Indiana State University
Kaitlin.Diel@indstate.edu
Phone: 812-237-4580
Fax: 812-237-8720

Office Hours:
Monday-Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Director:
Kelly Wilkinson​
Kelly.Wilkinson@indstate.edu

Assistant Director:
Kaitlin Diel
Kaitlin.Diel​@indstate.edu

ISU Career Center Liaison to the Scott College of Business
career-center@mail.indstate.edu

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