The Career Services office has researched web sites specifically for graduating students in your major. Some sites include job postings and others offer career advice tailored to your field of study.
American Institute of Biological Sciences
Browse the online job bank (Note: lots of positions, but not many in Indiana)
Review available positions in the bulletin of career opportunities.
Read through featured science career news and articles. Search employment opportunities on the job bank.
Read career related articles and search the job database.
Provides visitors with news, jobs, events, articles, reports, trainings and directory of organizations related to the life sciences field.
Search the database of job opportunities.
From the journal, Nature, learn about thousands of science job openings in the the US and Europe and read their online career magazine. (Note: you’ll need to sift through the job openings for entry-level ones, but there are some.)
Job bank for positions in the field of microbiology. (Note: most positions require further education, but we found some entry-level positions)
Search job postings from members of the AZA around the United States.
Search jobs in the US, Canada, and abroad. Find helpful information in the newsletter articles.
The purpose of this guide is to help individuals find meaningful work in the nonprofit sector. Includes an introduction into the world of nonprofits, ways to make yourself a stronger candidate, and learning about nonprofit hiring practices.