IU Indy School Of Law Offers Graduates Opportunity To Work At Waffle House

Imagine spending more than $130,000 to get a law degree only to be offered a job working at a Waffle House. Believe it or not, Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis, my alma mater, has posted an in-house opportunity to its graduates to work as a manager trainee at Waffle House. Above The Law catches the unusual job posting on the law school's Symplicity website:

Are you a recent law school graduate searching for a job in a down economy? Do you hope to find a nontraditional position in the Great Midwest? Do you have an unconditional love for breakfast foods? If so, you need look no further, because Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis may be able to assist you with all of your employment needs.
As we know, IU Indy Law likes to keep it real — so real, in fact, that Dean Gary Roberts has preached that law students are idiots if they believe their salaries will be $140,000 right out of school. At odds with this tradition of realness, the second tier law school is offering its recent graduates what seems to be a prestigious, in-house opportunity.
The job listing in question touts: “It’s a good feeling to know someone is paying you for what you’re worth.” But unfortunately, at this law school, your J.D. is worth jack squat and a stack of waffles….
Don’t get it twisted: Indy Law isn’t offering its graduates an in-house counsel position at a food service industry giant. Instead, the school is offering its graduates the opportunity to work as a Manager Trainee at Waffle House. 
Is this for real?
Here's a screen capture of the posted job on the law school's website: