Job Opportunities

Employment for Students

History of Employment for IBC Students


For more than twenty-five years, Indiana Bible College has partnered with the Indianapolis workforce to help provide quality students to fill open jobs around the great ‘Circle City’. IBC students come from all over the world and are energetic, dependable, hardworking, and have built outstanding relationships with businesses and employers throughout the Indianapolis area. Each year we invite potential employers to our campus to connect with incoming students. Due to COVID-19 however, we are not able to host this in-person event at this time.


Employment Opportunities

Below is a list of companies where students have historically worked while in Indianapolis, accompanied by a link to their hiring page This list will be updated as we learn of new employment chances.


On Campus Opportunities:

Library

David Brown
Director of Library Services 
*please visit his office 

Kitchen

Vickie Turner
Director of Food Services
(765) 362-4663

Janitorial 

Micah Benson
Janitorial/Floor Maintenance Team Lead 
(985) 516-8282

Maintenance

Wayne Tuner
Director of Maintenance Operations
(765) 366-2149
Hours: 8:00-3:00

Quincey’s Coffee Shop

Maretta Nelson
Director of Coffee Services
(317) 442-2360
mnelson@indianabible.college
Hours: 8:30-5:00

Little Wings Childcare Ministry 

Care.com

(visit the homepage)

ChickFilA

(begin your employment search)

Mernards

(apply online)

Pizza Hut

(submit your online application)

Qdoba at Southern Plaza 

(join their team)

Starbucks Coffee 

(apply for a job)

Zip Recruiter

(start the online search)

First steps


Before you set out to apply for a job, make sure that your resume is current and ready for disbursement.


Tips for creating a stand-out resume


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Student Testimonials

Jillian Kidder || Class of 21


Ministry isn’t just preaching. Working in the Indianapolis Metropolitan area has allowed me to develop a burden for the city and its people. Not only have I been able to connect with residents, but it’s been a great way to witness to my coworkers.

Andrew Sanchez || Class of 22


The best way to find a job Indianapolis is to find connections. Simply asking, “are you guys hiring?”, at establishments you frequent goes a long way. You get to discover the firsthand experience with an actual employee to see how to fill an application and see if it’s the best fit for you.

Take the first step.
Apply Today