Councils and Sites

Career and Advising Councils

IUPUI Career fair employer registration table.

Career Services Council serves as the central portal for employers, students, and career services professionals seeking to access IUPUI's distributed network of career services. This site also serves as the public face of the Career Services Council (CSC), the coordinating council for undergraduate career services at IUPUI. The director of Campus Career and Advising Services serves as an ex officio member of the CSC executive team.

Career Services Council website
Career Consultant familiarizing a student with her resources.

Campus Advising Council serves as the online handbook for IUPUI's academic advisors. The site houses an advising manual, guidelines for AdRx usage, and video tutorials of the various advising technologies available to academic advisors and students as they plan their degrees.The site also serves as the portal for members of the Campus Advising Council (CAC), the coordinating council for undergraduate academic advising at IUPUI. The director of Campus Career and Advising Services chairs the CAC.

Campus Advising Council website
People smiling at a JACADA table.

Jaguar Academic Advising Association

The Jaguar Academic Advising Association (JACADA) is open to faculty members, administrators, counselors, academic advisors, career advisors, graduate students, and other members of the IUPUI community whose interest is in the area of academic advising and student success. There is no cost to join JACADA. Members enjoy voting rights, the ability to interact with others of a similar interest, and special member features on the JACADA website. JACADA is affiliated with the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA). The director of Campus Career and Advising Services serves as an ex officio member of the JACADA steering committee.

Jaguar Academic Advising Association website

Campus Internship Council

Launched in spring 2016, the Campus Internship Council offers the opportunity for internship coordinators to share best practices, engage in professional development, and discuss topics relevant to internships. The goal of the Campus Internship Council is to increase the quantity and quality of internship participation by IUPUI students. The Campus Internship Council is chaired by Brian Benedict, assistant director for internships. 

Campus Internship Council website
Two EDGE council members posing happy for a picture.

EDGE: Exploration, Development, Graduation, Employment

The EDGE Initiative is a grant-funded project led by a team of faculty and staff from throughout the IU system. The project has led the creation of Canvas-based learning modules that allow academic advisors, career services professionals, and faculty to integrate career planning into their work with students. Visit the EDGE website to preview and to begin using the EDGE modules or to learn more about the EDGE conference. The Indiana University Office of Completion and Student Success leads these efforts. This IUPUI site is maintained by the Campus Career and Advising Services.

EDGE website