Get Career Assistance
Are you searching for a job or going through a career transition? School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering alumni can still get career assistance, both through the School's career services, and through the IU Alumni Association. For help from the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, log in to SICE Careers below to search for jobs and/or schedule an appointment. Keep in mind that SICE alumni can also attend the Fall and/or Spring SICE Career Fairs.
If you are in the most recent graduating class, be sure to tell us what you are doing now by completing our first-destination survey in SICE Careers!
As a graduate from the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, you're among an elite group of some of the most interesting people in technology. The School invites you to maintain those connections and forge new ones through the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering Alumni Association. It's an easy way to keep up with fellow alums, current students, professors, and staff members- people who are willing to share research, offer technical expertise, mentor you as your career moves forward, and share memories of good times in Bloomington.
LinkedIn is a great way to connect with and stay in touch with faculty, staff, alumni, and other contacts. Be sure to join the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering LinkedIn group.
Pay it Forward
Recruit our Students- You know how talented our students are – you were one of them! If your company or organization is looking to hire students or alumni for jobs or internships, be sure to let us know!
Connect with our Students- Career Services offers various ways for alumni and employers to interact with and help current students. Let us know if you are interested in being on an employer panel, hosting a site visit or tech talk, or helping with resume critiques and/or mock interviews for students.
Accelerator Giving Program- The School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering's Accelerator Corporate Giving Program is a relationship enhancing investment opportunity that accelerates a company's ability to address their specific, strategic needs. Scholarship dollars generated from Accelerator help to recruit, retain, support, and graduate future tech industry leaders.