For Students and Alumni
Industry-based Career Communities create groups of students, alumni, employers, parents, and friends invested in the career success of all Bulldogs.
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- Build your brand on campus and strengthen your talent pipeline through active engagement of interested students and alumni
- Connect with students and alumni about common career interest areas
- Share career information and build relationships on campus while keeping your brand name in the forefront of active students
- Connect with students through meaningful dialogue that could potentially transcend their professional success
To host site visits and more, email communities coordinator Sierra Mathews.
Looking for a way to stay engaged with your alma mater? Communities give you the opportunity to engage with students, employers and Butler faculty/staff about common career areas of interest. If you aren't able to make it to campus regularly—no problem. Career Communities is a way for you to stay engaged online or in-person when it is convenient for you.
To speak with students and more, email communities coordinator Sierra Mathews.
Career Communities is an expanding network that allows you access to insider information and advice that is essential for career development. In addition to getting the opportunity to meet and network with professionals in the industries you are passionate about, you'll also:
- Discover and explore industry areas of interest
- Engage with alumni, employer, and parent mentors to help guide you
- Connect with internships and careers in areas of choice
- Meet with other students with similar interests
- Attend events targeted to an area that allows you to broaden and deepen your knowledge of that industry
To attend events and more, email communities coordinator Sierra Mathews.
Butler University’s Office of Career and Professional Success has created the “Entrepreneurship Career Community”, and we are excited to launch this new group for Butler students, alumni, and our employer partners! Butler students who have passion, creativity and the desire to be your own boss, this may very well be the ideal career community for you! If you're not ready to start your own business, fret not because there are many other options for those with a degree or strong interest in entrepreneurship. Joining the Entrepreneurship Career Community will help students explore the entrepreneurship field by creating opportunities to connect with alumni, employers, parents, and friends who are invested in their career success.
Butler University’s Office of Career and Professional Success has created the “Nonprofit Career Community”, and we invite all those actively involved in the Indianapolis nonprofit community to join! The Nonprofit Career Community helps students explore the nonprofit industry by creating opportunities to connect with alumni, employers, parents, and friends who are invested in their career success. Students who are already planning on working in the nonprofit sector, or are just curious about the opportunities available in the nonprofit industry, the Nonprofit Career Community could be the ideal group for you!
Butler University’s Office of Career and Professional Success has created the “Sports Industry Career Community”, and we are excited to launch this new group for Butler students, alumni, and our employer partners! The Sports Industry Career Community helps students explore the sports industry by creating opportunities to connect with alumni, employers, parents, and friends who are invested in their career success. The face of the sports industry and its global reach have changed considerably, and with change comes a multitude of potential career opportunities for Butler students to explore!
Indiana earns national recognition for its expanding healthcare and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) industries. Butler’s career development partner Ascend Indiana forecasts sharp increases in these fields’ job openings from now through 2028. Our University itself is dedicated to supporting these industries, with Butler constructing a $100 million science complex expansion.
Much competition for these jobs exists. However, because employers in these fields are increasingly seeking graduates possessing a wide spectrum of skill sets and knowledge, and Butler’s healthcare- and STEM-related degrees are constructed atop a shared, liberal arts foundation (e.g., fusing Healthcare and Business, or Technology and Art+Design), Bulldogs are perfectly placed to take advantage.
Please check back often. This page and our social media feeds (links below) will be updated with exciting, new programming throughout the year.
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Apply the skills and knowledge you have gained to actively pursue opportunities that align with your goals. Continue to reflect upon your progress and refine your plan as needed.
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