Internship & Career Services

Get Involved on Campus

Successful recruitment comes as a result of building relationships with the Butler campus community. Employers who experience the greatest level of success in their recruiting efforts partner with Internship & Career Services in a number of ways.  Below are some of our programs and services to assist employers in making the connection with Butler students and alumni.

Career Services Advisory Board ~ Show detail

Career Services Advisory Board

The Career Services Advisory Board (CSAB) meets approximately four times each year and serves to consult with and inform representatives of Butler's faculty and staff on such topics as internship preparation, leadership development, implementation of an electronic portfolio, services offered by Internship and Career Services, job fairs and other campus events for employers or students. Employers provide guidance on the skill sets and employability factors students must possess to be successful in the workplace enabling the University to develop a better sense of the discipline-based and soft-skills that students must acquire prior to graduation. The board also offers advice to Butler University's president, provost, and faculty on programmatic enhancements in both curricular and co-curricular domains, as appropriate.

Current CSAB Members


Brooke Leister Angie's List
Nate Hazelwood Ascension Health 
Dr. Michael Whitman Avon Community School Corporation
Tyler Keller Direct Connect Logistix (DCL)
Tabby Cates Enterprise Holdings
Emilie Bolster Ernst & Young
Theresa Koch ExactTarget
Austin Evans Fathom Voice
Willie Matis Gleaners
Ryan Danley hhgregg 
Kristen Fuhs Wells Indiana Humanities
Janet Boston Indiana INTERNnet
Karen Dunbar Indiana State Personnel Department
Mark Adler Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc.
Nicole Bieker Milliner & Associates
Brad Kronland Oak Street Funding
Bruce Phillips Praxair Surface Technologies (Butler Parent's Council)
Dino Merlina PurAthlete, BNR: Bio-Nutrition Research LLC (Butler Parent's Council)
Denise  Garner Target
Sally  Reasoner TechPoint
Megan  Candee Total Quality Logistics
Kennethe Vaughn United Way of Central Indiana
Morgan  Greenlee Visit Indy
Fiona Nelson WeCare Card
Stacy Rouse Wellpoint Inc.


Interested in learning more about the Career Services Advisory Board?

Contact Julie Schrader, Manager of Employer Development at or (317) 940-8802.

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Semi-Annual Recruiter Information Breakfast

Butler University is home to some of the top talent in Indiana and beyond. Twice a year, Internship and Career Services (ICS) offers an opportunity for employers to learn more about engaging and recruiting Butler students for internship and employment positions. The event is tailored for recruiters and organizations that have had limited interaction with our office and the campus, though past attendees are welcome to join again!

We have changed the format of the event from past sessions in hopes of providing the most relevant information about Butler's campus and ICS employer services in a time-efficient manner.

Please note: This FREE event is informational in nature, not a fair. Attendees will consist of employers and recruiters.

Registration and Breakfast: 8:30 am
Program 8:45 -10:00 am
Breakfast provided

Topics to be presented include:
- Overview of Butler's campus structure and six colleges
- Recruiting and campus engagement opportunities offered through ICS
- Indiana INTERNnet and EARN Indiana
- Student trends
- Intern panel with Q&A
   Fall 2014 Recruiter Information Breakfast

  • Wednesday, July 30th, 2014, 8:30-10:00am
  • Atherton Union, Reilly Room
  • Register by July 23rd HERE

For more information, please contact Julie Schrader at or 317.940.8802.

On-campus Interviews ~ Show detail

The Internship & Career Services office offers you the opportunity to schedule interview days for your fulltime and internship opportunities. Generally, the interviewing season runs from late September to early December in the Fall semester and late January to late April in the Spring semester.

In planning your visits, you will want to be mindful of finals and campus breaks including Fall Break (mid-October), Thanksgiving Break (the whole week of Thanksgiving), Winter Holiday Break, Martin Luther King Day and Spring Break. The Internship & Career Services staff will assist you in finding the best time for your visit.

To request an interview day contact Internship & Career Services at 317-940-9383. You will need to have the following information ready to complete the reservation process:

  • Name of Recruiter(s)
  • Contact information
  • Job Title
  • Job Description
  • Desired date of interviews (Have a couple of backups in mind as space is limited.)
  • Number of schedules
  • Type of schedule - open or preselect (We encourage you to have an open schedule to maximize your candidate pool.)
  • Length of interview - 30, 45, or 60 minutes
  • Start and end times

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Events & Programs

ICS offers a variety of career-related events and programs. Visit the Events & Programs section for details on upcoming events.