Central Indiana (I live and work in Indy) is actually pretty fertile ground for SQL Server DBAs. Many places don't post ads on Monster because (and I've been through this myself) you get 2,000 resumes overnight from people who haven't even heard of SQL Server. Instead, they'll search resumes for keywords and reach out to those they are interested in.
When posting your resume, you'll go through a similar thing, though. You'll get plenty of offers for crappy sales jobs, folks selling bogus jobs lists, training companies, etc. But there will still be actual people who are looking for fill real paying positions look at your resume.
Have you attended an IndyPASS meeting? (www.indypass.org) )Other folks reading this post: have you attended a meeting of your local cahapter? https://www.sqlpass.org/Pages/Chapters.aspx) You may notice some other columns on this board about PASS - the Professional Association for SQL Server. We have a rather large well-run chapter in Indy, and there are several recruiters at every meeting. At the beginning of each meeting, there's an 'open mike' segment where people with job openings stand and announce them. Opportunities to network! There's free pizza and sodas before each meeting, and lots of folks just milling around outside the theater where the presentations will take place. Walk up to someone, introduce yourself, and tell them you're graduating soon and looking for advice. Throw some resumes in a backpack. You may want to make it through one meeting before you go hitting everybody up for work, just to get a feel for what's going on. There's giveaways after each meeting, so you could win some books useful to your career (At some of the bigger meetings, such as the annual 'birthday meeting', they even have XBoxes and Zunes which do nothing for your career, but are still pretty cool to get for free:D ).
No registration of any kind is required. Just show up, eat pizza, talk to folks, and listen to some presentations with tips and tricks for working with SQL Server.