Connect with Resilient, Creative, and Innovative Students

We are dedicated to connecting your organization with exceptional Luddy Indianapolis students in the vibrant urban center of downtown Indianapolis. Luddy Indianapolis students possess the skills, determination, and creativity to thrive in your organization. They are at the forefront of emerging technologies, ready to tackle industry demands and offer innovative solutions.

Employers consistently recognize the inventiveness, adaptability, and resilience of Luddy Indianapolis students. With our campus located in the bustling downtown environment, our students are immersed in a world of tech opportunities. They possess the ability to think outside the box and readily adapt to the ever-changing tech landscape.


In Handshake, the career management portal for the IU system, you can:

  • Register for our career fair and other events.
  • Search student profiles and connect with students directly.
  • Post jobs and internship positions.

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Connect with Luddy students

At Luddy Indianapolis, we strive to facilitate meaningful connections between employers and our exceptional students. Engage with us today to shape your future workforce and foster a thriving professional community.

We host a Luddy Indianapolis Career Fair each semester. Our fairs are open to all Luddy students, as well as any other IUPUI students whose skills and interests make them a good fit for a career in technology.

Early each semester prior to Career Fairs, individual resume reviews are held for all Luddy students to attend.  Each review is 15-20 minutes long. Students really value receiving feedback directly from recruiters and hiring managers!  Both graduate and undergraduate students attend, and we do our best to connect recruiters with their target population. Contact luddycso@iu.edu to learn more.  

Every Fall, Luddy Indianapolis hosts UX/UI Portfolio reviews for graduate Human-Computer Interaction students.  These reviews will be approximately 25 minutes long for each student. All UX/UI professionals are welcomed to attend to provide students with feedback. Contact luddycso@iu.edu to learn more.

Establish a presence in Luddy Indianapolis and meet students in Luddy Hall First Floor Lobby between classes. Luddy Indianapolis Career Services can also provide space for tabling to connect with students while you are on campus. Contact luddycso@iu.edu to learn more.

Every Fall and Spring semester the week before finals, Luddy Indianapolis hosts a showcase for student project and internship work.  It is a great way to connect with students in a low-key and authentic way.  There are typically over 100+ presenters at this open-house style celebration. Contact luddycso@iu.edu to learn more.

Luddy Indianapolis has many specialized student organizations that want to partner with organizations for events. Start by contacting luddycso@iu.edu.

Have a media-related project you think students could bring to life?  The NEWM-N-420 course is designed for groups of Media Arts and Science undergraduate students to bring media projects to life.  The scope of projects may include videos, 3D renderings, game design, web design, or audio production.   Submit your request to course instructor Zeb Wood at zwood@iu.edu at your earliest convenience for future semester planning.

The INFO-B 584 practicum course is a 3-credit internship experience for health informatics graduate students to gain practical experience and develop the skills necessary to succeed in the field of health informatics. Any employer with an interest in bringing on Health Informatics students for internships or practicum should connect with Gary Schwebach at gschweba@iu.edu to explore if this is a good fit for your organization.

COMET Lab at Luddy Indianapolis's Department of Human-Centered Computing is a research lab where Data Science and Human-Computer Interaction graduate students and faculty collaborate on web, mobile, and interactive media projects. Over 40 graduate students work on 15+ community initiatives, supervised by faculty. They specialize in user interface design, usability testing, app development, data visualization, and database ETL. The lab partners with units like Polis Center, Indianapolis Public Library, and non-profits. Contact Skip Comer at rscomer@iupui.edu for community-driven project inquiries. 

Applied learning to solve real-world problems. Whether it’s student startup development or university-supported research projects, the focus is on students taking what they learn in the classroom and using it to serve society. 

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