Staying connected;virtual resources; job opportunities
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Attention Class of 2020
First Destination Survey

Congratulations, seniors! We applaud your hard work, dedication, and perseverance, and we are excited to watch your continued success beyond graduation. You have the power to demonstrate to others what it means to be a part of Marian University, and we can’t wait to see what you do.

We know you are proud of your education, and you should be. We are proud of you as well, and we want to share this good news with the greater community. That said, as you secure post-graduate opportunities, we ask that you take a few minutes to complete our annual First Destination Survey

This survey is important for many reasons. It allows us to share your successes with prospective students and their families to help them understand the value of a Marian University education. Your feedback helps to determine both strengths and opportunities for improvement within our programs. And it also reminds you, the graduating student, of our dedication to your future success. Even after you receive that diploma, know that you are—and always will be—part of the Marian family. Remember that The Exchange is a free and available resource, even for alumni. So stay in touch, stay engaged, and when you’re off changing the world in big and small ways, drop us a line so we can bring you back to campus to inspire more students to do the same. 

Congratulations, Class of 2020!
Virtual Events
Butler Master's in Management Program Online Information Session
Thursday, May 21
Noon-12:45 p.m.
Register here.

This previously on-campus program is moving fully online and a new part-time option is being introduced for people looking for a more flexible class schedule. For those applying for the Summer 2020 cohort, the GMAT/GRE requirement will be waived with a 3.00 GPA or higher.  
Orr Fellowship Webinar
Thursday, May 21
6-7 p.m.
Register here.

Over 1,400 top college seniors from around the country apply for this opportunity every year. This is an opportunity of a lifetime to spend two years holding a full-time, salaried position with a thoroughly-vetted, dynamic company in Indianapolis. You also receive an unrivaled, extensive peer network and an established alumni base of industry leaders, CEOs, and seasoned entrepreneurs. You are able to continue learning, skill-building, and developing professionally.
HACE Virtual Career Fair      
Thursday, May 27
Noon-1 p.m. 
Register here.

Virtual Resources
Career documents:
Virtual “Walk-in” Hours (Via Webex) 

If you have any questions about career development, feel free to utilize our virtual walk-in hours. A member of The Exchange team will be available to assist you with any questions you may have.
Reminder: One-on-one appointments can always be requested in Handshake.
Candid Career Chats

Join Brandy Bast, manager of career and professional development for The Exchange, as she sits down with a variety of professionals to hear their stories, lessons learned, and tips on navigating a career in their industry. 

Career Shorts

Career Shorts are brief videos containing practical tips on professional development topics.

 Employer Q&A Sessions

Check out these pre-recorded Q&A sessions with employers. 

Continued Learning Opportunities
Free Online Courses

COVID-19 Resources

General Resources

Anthem Community Resource Link connects you with the help you need. Just enter your zip code. From there you'll find people and groups in your area who can help with food, work, healthcare, and lots more.

 Indianapolis Area Resources

COVID-19 Community Resources provides a list of different social services and programs aimed to helping anyone who may need them.

It includes information on food, artist, worker, and childcare support to name a few. Please note, these are not comprehensive but intended to quickly connect residents with tools for addressing immediate needs.
 Resources for Job Seekers

EmployIndy is making an effort to provide job search resources and employer resources for Indianapolis residents and businesses affected by COVID-19. 

For individuals looking for job opportunities, job seeker services through WorkOne Indy are virtually available by calling (317) 798-0335 or sending an email to
Career Development 
Landing a Job with No Experience

Trying to land a job with no previous work experience may seem like a daunting task. But is it impossible? Here is some insight from several industry leaders to discuss how students can leverage any relevant experience they do have and how to best position themselves for that first job!
Virtual Interviewing 101

As technology advancesand certainly in this current environmentcompanies are turning more and more to virtual interviewing where they are able to "sit down" with a prospective hire. It's important to prepare specifically for virtual interviews, and this resource will show you how.
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