Butler University's Internship & Career Services, a division
of Academic Affairs, is a developmental support unit designed to
help you explore, select, prepare for, and actively pursue
satisfying careers. Since career development is a process and not a
decision, all students are encouraged to begin the process early in
their freshman year. Career development and eventual employment
must be a priority for students as they enter college. Alumni
services are available at no cost.
Internship Opportunities ~ View Volunteer Information
A great way to give back to Butler is to help a current student
gain valuable career related opportunities such as internships or
job shadowing experiences.
Please contact Gary Beaulieu in the Internship and Career
Services office at 317.940.9383 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to talk
about ways to advertise open positions or to start an internship
program with Butler.
Workshop Presentations ~ View Volunteer Information
The Internship and Career Services office offers many
opportunities for alumni to connect with current students. Share
your expertise and knowledge of the job search process, resume
development, interviewing, or any other career related topic.
For information on presentation opportunities, please contact
Gary Beaulieu at 317.940.9383 or by email at email@example.com.
Student Mentoring ~ View Volunteer Information
Current students are exploring various career options while in
college. Networking with professionals from various industries by
means of job shadowing, information interviews, and networking is
of significant value to students. One of the best ways for alumni
to connect with students is through BLUEMentors, our online method
of connecting students and alumni.
To join BLUEMentors visit http://bluementors.experience.com.
For additional information, please contact Gary Beaulieu at
317.940.9383 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.