College of Business
The Professional & Career Development Program

After Graduation

After Graduation

You will have access to a variety of services to assist you in securing full-time employment upon graduation.

More than 2,000 employers interact with the Butler University Office of Internship and Career Services each year through information sessions, workshop presentations, on-campus recruiting and job postings. You will also have access to a network of successful alumni and can interact with a variety of local and national employers. 

You join an exclusive family with a Butler degree.  Butler University has an extensive, engaged, alumni network.  There are over 35,000 active alumni living in all 50 states and over 220 countries worldwide.  Active chapters are located in Atlanta, San Francisco, Central Indiana, Cincinnati, Chicago, Fort Wayne, New York and Washington D.C.  Butler has a large group of alumni volunteers who stay connected and help students with career counseling and networking.  Alumni have lifelong access to use the Office of Internship and Career Services for career planning and job search assistance.  Access to the Butler alumni network is an invaluable asset that lasts a lifetime.

Placement Information for 2012:  98 percent placement

Placement Information for 2011: 99 percent placement 

Placement Information for 2010: 97 percent placement 

The two internships were invaluable because each provided me a direct gateway into companies in the financial industry.  I interviewed for a postgraduate position at one and felt I was a step above the other candidates due to my internship experience.  I had the opportunity to prove my worth as an employee firsthand, which is something that would have been difficult to convey during an interview alone.  I secured a post-graduate job by the middle of my senior year at Butler.
Mallory Love, Class of 2008
Contract Compliance Specialist, Roche Diagnostics

The career development program helped me accomplish several of my career goals.  I went from working for Edward Jones and UBS to trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in commodities.  My career mentor helped teach me how to successfully network with people and to have confidence in getting to know others.  
Robbie Person, Class of 2009
Futures and Options Trader, Chicago Mercantile Exchange