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Internships and Jobs

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Round multi-colored chart centered around the words 97% Outcomes RateInternships and jobs help you find career paths that match your academic and personal interests. Relevant experiences give you competitive advantages in the marketplace. And, studies show that one of the highest indicators of post-graduate success for liberal arts-educated students is the number of internships completed.

We can help.

Our services are free of charge, for all Butler students and alumni, for life.

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Where to Start

Design a Plan

Headshots of Four ICS Career Advisors (Andy Cassler, Mona Guirguis, Courtney Rousseau, and Jeremy Walthall)

  1. Browse career exploration resources and Industry Guides
  2. Talk regularly with faculty and academic advisors in your areas of study
  3. Meet with our career advisors and/or career consultants (for LSB majors)
  4. Join our Career Communities

Special Note: professional resources for minority students, and those with disabilities, can be found in the "Areas of Focus" sections below.

Gather Knowledge

Know What's Required

Internship requirements vary across Butler's academic units. If you're unsure of the coordinator for your program, please contact your career advisor liaision or career consultant (for LSB majors).

Know Your Rights

We strive to provide a strong network of diversity-related resources and services to support Butler's campus community. As mentioned above, professional resources for minority students, and those with disabilities, can be found in the "Areas of Focus" sections below.

Learn Employers' Methods

More than 95 percent of employers use career fairs and job listings posted on career center websites to recruit candidates for their internship and/or co-op programs. On-campus recruiting (92.1 percent) and on-campus information sessions (89.0 percent) follow closely behind. Read the full study on methods employers use most to recruit interns and co-ops.

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Begin the Search

1. Establish Yourself Online

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Complete your profiles on all three networks.

Tip: Instead of copying and pasting your resume into your profiles, tell a larger narrative.
 

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2. Central Indiana Corporate Partnership

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Six organizations (CICP) and their off-shoots want to connect you with employers around Indiana.

 

One-to-One Assistance

Click the buttons below for individualized guidance and opportunities. All majors are encouraged to apply.

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  • Ascend Indiana — 1:1 Connector Between Students/Alumni and Employers
  • Techpoint — Extended Internships, 1:1 Connections, Fellowships, and Sales Bootcamps
  • Jobs in Tech 101 — "Wait, don’t I need to know how to code?" An intro to jobs available
  • Conexus Indiana INvets — Connecting Veterans with Better Civilian Careers
  • IndyHub — Practicing How to Shape Our City

 

Job Boards

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Click the links below for CICP-run job sites.

 

Industry-Focused Guidance

Click the buttons below to learn about and utilize additional CICP-related resources.

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3. Expand Your Online Search

In addition to Handshake, Wisr Bulldogs Connect, and LinkedIn, use the following resources.

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4. Search Openings at Butler

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Interested in working at Butler University? View Butler's current openings and learn about employee benefits.

Current Employees
Interested in exploring other opportunities here at Butler? View current internal openings by department.

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5. Attend Events

Image in Reilly Room of employers and students seated around circular tablesLearn of available opportunities, establish contacts, and practice your self-promotion at the many career fairs and other events taking place both online and in person. 

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6. Build a Support System

Group of Butler students at Career Community site visit to SalesforceLearn of available opportunities from alumni, employers, parents, and friends who are all invested in your professional success via our industry-based Career Communities.

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7. Explore Indy and Internships

Logo for Indy Summer Experience, a Program from Butler's Internship and Career ServicesLearn of available opportunities by joining us for the Indy Summer Experience (ISE), a program affording you the opportunity to make connections with employers, have fun around town, and spend the summer with Butler peers.

Past events have included a tour of the Dallara IndyCar Factory, team-building at The Escape Room, dinner at Napolese, an outing to an Indianapolis Indians baseball game, a cooking class at Chef JJ's Back Yard, a tour of Roche Diagnostics, and a downtown dinner at The Rathskellar.

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8. Search by Areas of Focus

You can also approach your search utilizing the resource entry points below.

Academics and Education

  1. Equal Opportunity Publications
  2. HigherEd360 Diversity Resources
  3. Chronicle of Higher Education — Job listings in the field of higher education
  4. U.S. Department of Education
  5. ZipRecruiter — Education jobs in Indianapolis
Industry Guide

African-American (Black)

  1. African-American Professional Associations — Compilation of links to the leading African American professional associations, many with career and job sites of their own, collected by Monster
  2. Blackworld Career Center – Resources for professionals and entrepreneurs from African American communities and the US and other Ethnic groups worldwide
  3. Diversity Employers – Job listings and internship opportunities including the top 100 minority employers
  4. Equal Opportunity Publications
  5. HigherEd360 Diversity Resources
  6. IMDiversity.com — IMDiversity is a career and self-development site devoted to serving the cultural and career-related needs of all minorities
  7. INROADS — The mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented minority young people in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership
  8. INSIGHT Into Diversity — One of the most recognized resources for equal opportunity employers who are seeking to add diverse, qualified candidates to their workforce. Job postings include positions in academia, business, healthcare, and the government
  9. Institute for Broadening Participation — A directory of links to programs designed to increase diversity in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce. The programs include internship, job, scholarship and fellowship opportunities. The institute is an independent, open source non-profit and provides resources to faculty and students by means of an infrastructure unfettered by institutional or disciplinary barriers
  10. Getty Foundation Multicultural Undergraduate Internship — The Getty Foundation aims to encourage greater diversity in the professions related to museums and the visual arts. The program provides funding for internships at cultural organizations across Los Angeles
  11. Lagrant Foundation — The LAGRANT Foundation seeks to enhance the academic and professional development of undergraduate and graduate ethnic minority students pursuing careers in advertising, marketing and public relations by providing scholarships, career and professional development workshops, mentors and internships
  12. NACE Diversity Resources — The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) connects university career service professionals to recruiters and employers. It maintains a list of diversity resources accessible to students
  13. National Black MBA Association – Educational opportunities and economic growth for Blacks
  14. National Urban League Job Network — The Urban League Job Network is backed by the National Urban League and is dedicated to helping diverse students find employment opportunities
  15. SEO — SEO’s mission is to place underrepresented students of color into paid summer internships. SEO places interns in banking, private equity, corporate leadership, law, non-profit and other business sectors. Students receive competitive pay, rigorous training, support through mentors, and broad access to full-time professionals and industry leadership
  16. ​T. Howard Foundation — The T. Howard Foundation is an internship program for minority students interested in the multimedia and entertainment industry. In addition to a full-time paid summer internship, it also provides interns with networking opportunities, professional development training, scholarships, and mentors
  17. United Negro College Fund — UNCF is the nation’s largest private scholarship provider to minority group members. It manages various scholarship, fellowship, and internship programs
  18. United States National Park Service — The Cultural Resources Diversity Internship Program provides a career exploration opportunity for diverse undergraduate and graduate students ages 18–25 in historic preservation/cultural resources work. The program places interns with National Park Service park units and administrative offices, other federal agencies, state historic preservation offices, local governments, and private organizations
  19. Workplace Diversity – Committed to bridging the gap between employers and qualified diversity talent
Workplace Discrimination

Workforce discrimination occurs in many different ways. There are federal laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy, and age. Employers are responsible for complying with the law, but you are responsible for making sure you know and protect your rights.

Illegal Interview Questions

Did you know that it is against the law for employers to ask you certain questions in a job interview? To learn more about what topics are off-limits and what to do if you are asked about them, see Handling Improper Interview Questions.

Discrimination in the Workplace

If you experience discrimination once you have started a job, here are some tips and information about dealing with employment discrimination.

Asian-American (and Pacific)

  1. Asian MBA International — Resources for the Pan-Asian community
  2. Asian-American Professional Associations — Compilation of links to the leading Asian-American professional associations, many with career and job sites of their own, collected by Monster
  3. Equal Opportunity Publications
  4. Getty Foundation Multicultural Undergraduate Internship — The Getty Foundation aims to encourage greater diversity in the professions related to museums and the visual arts. The program provides funding for internships at cultural organizations across Los Angeles
  5. HigherEd360 Diversity Resources
  6. IMDiversity.com — IMDiversity is a career and self-development site devoted to serving the cultural and career-related needs of all minorities
  7. INROADS — The mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented minority young people in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership
  8. INSIGHT Into Diversity — One of the most recognized resources for equal opportunity employers who are seeking to add diverse, qualified candidates to their workforce. Job postings include positions in academia, business, healthcare, and the government
  9. Institute for Broadening Participation — A directory of links to programs designed to increase diversity in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce. The programs include internship, job, scholarship and fellowship opportunities. The institute is an independent, open source non-profit and provides resources to faculty and students by means of an infrastructure unfettered by institutional or disciplinary barriers
  10. Lagrant Foundation — The LAGRANT Foundation seeks to enhance the academic and professional development of undergraduate and graduate ethnic minority students pursuing careers in advertising, marketing and public relations by providing scholarships, career and professional development workshops, mentors and internships
  11. NACE Diversity Resources — The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) connects university career service professionals to recruiters and employers. It maintains a list of diversity resources accessible to students
  12. National Association of Asian-American Professionals — The NAAAP a non-profit organization that cultivates and empowers Asian and Pacific Islander leaders through professional development, community service, and networking. It offers a diverse range of professional development programs including a career center and job board
  13. National Council of Asian Pacific Americans — A directory of links to Asian Pacific American organizations, many with career sites of their own. The links also include website and contact information for networking and internship and job search purposes
  14. SEO — SEO's mission is to place underrepresented students of color into paid summer internships. SEO places interns in banking, private equity, corporate leadership, law, non-profit and other business sectors. Students receive competitive pay, rigorous training, support through mentors, and broad access to full-time professionals and industry leadership
  15. T. Howard Foundation — The T. Howard Foundation is an internship program for minority students interested in the multimedia and entertainment industry. In addition to a full-time paid summer internship, it also provides interns with networking opportunities, professional development training, scholarships, and mentors
  16. United States National Park Service — The Cultural Resources Diversity Internship Program provides a career exploration opportunity for diverse undergraduate and graduate students ages 18-25 in historic preservation/cultural resources work. The program places interns with National Park Service park units and administrative offices, other federal agencies, state historic preservation offices, local governments, and private organizations
Workplace Discrimination

Workforce discrimination occurs in many different ways. There are federal laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy, and age. Employers are responsible for complying with the law, but you are responsible for making sure you know and protect your rights.

Illegal Interview Questions

Did you know that it is against the law for employers to ask you certain questions in a job interview? To learn more about what topics are off-limits and what to do if you are asked about them, see Handling Improper Interview Questions.

Discrimination in the Workplace

If you experience discrimination once you have started a job, here are some tips and information about dealing with employment discrimination.

Biology and Life Sciences

  1. BioCrossroads – Top life sciences companies in Indiana
  2. Datalys Center – Internships in public health, health policy, sports medicine, multicenter research, statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology, and physical activity
  3. Equal Opportunity Publications

Disability

Alongside the office of Student Disability Services (SDS), we're committed to helping students with visible and non-visible disabilities find gainful and satisfying employment. To this end, we’ve compiled a list of resources which we hope will help with questions you may have about disclosure, accommodations, and your legal rights. We’ve also provided some sites where you can begin your search for a job or internship. Finally, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with one of our career advisors either via Handshake, by emailing us at career@butler.edu, or by calling us at 317-940-9383. We're here to assist you in every step of this process.

  1. AAPD Internship Programs
  2. Abilities Fund
  3. ABILITYJobs
  4. Ability Links — Job opportunity website for people with disabilities
  5. American Association for Advancement of the Sciences Entry Point — is a program that offers internship opportunities for students with disabilities. Internships will range in discipline including Computer Science, Business, Engineering, and Science
  6. American Association of People with Disabilities — This organization provides a Congressional Internship Program for college students with disabilities. It’s open to undergraduate and graduate students, in addition to recent grads
  7. American Foundation for the Blind
  8. Association for Higher Education and Disability
  9. Bender Consulting — Assists individuals with disabilities in getting hired and recruited for positions within the private and public sector
  10. Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities — Discover how COSD can help you find a meaningful career as you navigate through school
  11. disABLEd Person, Inc. — Resource for job listings and scholarship information
  12. Equal Opportunity Publications
  13. FederalJobs.net — Helps individuals with disabilities find federal government employment
  14. Getting Hired – Careers and Community for People with Disabilities
  15. Great With Disability — Mission is to ensure that having a disability or long-term health condition doesn’t prevent anyone from having the career that they want to have. Not only does it want individuals with disabilities to realize their career ambitions, it also wants employers to benefit from the unique talents and strengths that these individuals can, and do, bring to an organization
  16. HigherEd360 Diversity Resources
  17. Hire Disability Solutions — Job opportunity website for people with disabilities and employers seeking to recruit them
  18. Lime Connect — This organization assists student with scholarships, professional development webinars, and information about internships and full-time job opportunities
  19. National Business and Disability Council at the Viscardi Center — Provides students with internship and leadership development opportunities
  20. National Organization on Disability
  21. Office of Disability Employment Policy
  22. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) — Consult the “Job Seekers with Disabilities” link for a variety of resources
  23. RecruitABILITY
  24. Sierra Group — One-stop shop for disability training recruiting and other career needs
  25. U.S. Business Leadership Network
  26. Workforce Recruitment Program — WRP connects undergraduate, graduate students, and recent graduates with disabilities who are interested paid internships and full-time opportunities in the private sector and federal agencies
Workplace Discrimination

Workforce discrimination occurs in many different ways. There are federal laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy, and age. Employers are responsible for complying with the law, but you are responsible for making sure you know and protect your rights.

Illegal Interview Questions

Did you know that it is against the law for employers to ask you certain questions in a job interview? To learn more about what topics are off-limits and what to do if you are asked about them, see Handling Improper Interview Questions.

Discrimination in the Workplace

If you experience discrimination once you have started a job, here are some tips and information about dealing with employment discrimination.

Engineering

  1. American Association for Advancement of the Sciences Entry Point — is a program that offers internship opportunities for students with disabilities. Internships will range in discipline from Computer Science, Business to Science and Engineering
  2. Engineering Jobs — National index of engineering and high-tech jobs, resumes and resources.
  3. Engineering Jobs Site — Engineering job listings, jobs and employment opportunities in aerospace civil electrical electronic industrial manufacturing
  4. Equal Opportunity Publications
Industry Guide

Entrepreneurship

Finance

  1. streetid.com — Job opportunities and networking in Finance
Industry Guide

Geographic Locations

  1. Indianapolis Star/CareerBuilder
  2. Chicago Computer Jobs Store
  3. Chicago Tribune Job Listings - The want ads from Chicagoland.
  4. Jobs in the State of Washington
  5. Valparaiso University Job Opportunities Bulletin - Regional and Chicagoland positions.
  6. Tri-State Jobs - Positions in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
  7. www.careerjet.co.uk - Careerjet.co.uk a job search engine for the UK. In one simple search, Careerjet gives the job seeker access to a massive selection of jobs that are compiled from various internet sources, saving the trouble of having to visit each site individually.
  8. CityTownInfo - Offers real-world career stories, comparative salary and job growth information, top cities for each job, top industries for each career in terms of employment and salary, post-graduate college search tools, city and town information for relocating
  9. ZipRecruiter — Available jobs in Indianapolis

Government and Public Policy

  1. Careers in Government — Search positions in government and education
  2. Environmental Protection Agency
  3. FBI Jobs
  4. ​NASA Ames Research Center — Internships and jobs
  5. USAJobs — Official website from the U.S. government with jobs and employment information
Industry Guide

Hospitality

  1. Hospitality Net — Opportunities in the hospitality industry worldwide.
  2. CareersInFood — Employment site for the food and beverage manufacturing industry

International Relations

  1. Glassdoor International — Search job opportunities in Austria, France, Germany, India, Ireland, and the U.K.
  2. Graduate Jobs — Independent graduate job board in the U.K.
  3. Jobs.co.uk — Search engine for jobs in the U.K.
  4. Mi Prómixo Paso — Una herramienta interactiva para personas que buscan trabajo y para estudiantes que desean aprender más acerca de sus opciones en cuanto a su carrera
  5. Overseas Jobs
  6. United Nations Careers — Search for employment opportunities with the U.N.
  7. Youth Central — Development resources from the Australian government
Industry Guide

Latinx (Hispanic)

  1. Affordable Colleges Online — A comprehensive list of 36 scholarships and grants for hispanic/latinx students
  2. Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute — Learn more about a congressional internship program in D.C.
  3. Equal Opportunity Publications
  4. HigherEd360 Diversity Resources
  5. Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities — A compilation of internship and job boards sponsored by the association, which represents more than 400 colleges and universities committed to Hispanic higher education success in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Latin America, and Spain
  6. Hispanic and Latino Professional Associations — Compilation of links to the leading Hispanic and Latino professional associations, many with career and job sites of their own, collected by Monster
  7. iHispano — Job board sponsored by the Professional Diversity Network
  8. IMDiversity.com — IMDiversity is a career and self-development site devoted to serving the cultural and career-related needs of all minorities
  9. INSIGHT Into Diversity — One of the most recognized resources for equal opportunity employers who are seeking to add diverse, qualified candidates to their workforce. Job postings include positions in academia, business, healthcare, and the government
  10. Institute for Broadening Participation — A directory of links to programs designed to increase diversity in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce. The programs include internship, job, scholarship and fellowship opportunities. The institute is an independent, open source non-profit and provides resources to faculty and students by means of an infrastructure unfettered by institutional or disciplinary barriers
  11. Latin America's Professional Network — For experienced Spanish and Portuguese bilingual professionals
  12. Latino Careers — Job board sponsored by LATCareers.com
  13. LatPro.com — Source for connecting Hispanic and Latino bilingual job seekers with recruiters searching for skilled diversity candidates
  14. Mi Prómixo Paso — Una herramienta interactiva para personas que buscan trabajo y para estudiantes que desean aprender más acerca de sus opciones en cuanto a su carrera
  15. NACE Diversity Resources — The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) connects university career service professionals to recruiters and employers. It maintains a list of diversity resources accessible to students
  16. Workplace Diversity — Committed to bridging the gap between employers and qualified diversity talent
Workplace Discrimination

Workforce discrimination occurs in many different ways. There are federal laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy, and age. Employers are responsible for complying with the law, but you are responsible for making sure you know and protect your rights.

Illegal Interview Questions

Did you know that it is against the law for employers to ask you certain questions in a job interview? To learn more about what topics are off-limits and what to do if you are asked about them, see Handling Improper Interview Questions.

Discrimination in the Workplace

If you experience discrimination once you have started a job, here are some tips and information about dealing with employment discrimination.

LGBTQ

A Safe Space

Logo for Butler's Safe Space Ally ProgramIt's important to understand where you are in your own identity development. Our office is a supportive, nonjudgemental space where you can ask questions about all aspects of career development. We know how personal identity connects to career decisions. And, several members of our team are Safe Space-trained.

  1. Accredited Schools Online — General LGBTQ resources for all students
  2. Equal Opportunity Publications
  3. HigherEd360 Diversity Resources
  4. IMDiversity.com — IMDiversity is a career and self-development site devoted to serving the cultural and career-related needs of all minorities
  5. INSIGHT Into Diversity — One of the most recognized resources for equal opportunity employers who are seeking to add diverse, qualified candidates to their workforce. Job postings include positions in academia, business, healthcare, and the government
  6. Institute for Broadening Participation — A directory of links to programs designed to increase diversity in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce. The programs include internship, job, scholarship and fellowship opportunities. The institute is an independent, open source non-profit and provides resources to faculty and students by means of an infrastructure unfettered by institutional or disciplinary barriers
  7. LGBTConnect — an LGBT job board for anyone seeking LGBT-friendly employers
  8. LGBT Community Business Listings
  9. NACE Diversity Resources — The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) connects university career service professionals to recruiters and employers. It maintains a list of diversity resources accessible to students
  10. National Gay & Lesbian Task Force — Building grassroots political power in order to obtain complete equality for the LGBT community
  11. National LGBT Chamber of Commerce — highlights state chambers that provide professional development resources, events, and certification for businesses
  12. Out & Equal — Website dedicated to educating and empowering employers and members of the LGBT community through programs and services
  13. Out for Work — an organization aimed at aiding LGBT students transition to the workplace
  14. Out Professionals — the nation’s largest LGBT networking organization
  15. Progayjobs.com — Organization dedicated solely to the needs of the LGBT professional workforce
  16. Queer Resources Directory — Directory of numerous resources specifically for the LGBT community
Workplace Discrimination

Workforce discrimination occurs in many different ways. There are federal laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy, and age. Employers are responsible for complying with the law, but you are responsible for making sure you know and protect your rights.

Illegal Interview Questions

Did you know that it is against the law for employers to ask you certain questions in a job interview? To learn more about what topics are off-limits and what to do if you are asked about them, see Handling Improper Interview Questions.

Discrimination in the Workplace

If you experience discrimination once you have started a job, here are some tips and information about dealing with dealing with employment discrimination.

Career Considerations for LGBTQ Students

Thumbnail of NACE's web article on Career Considerations for LGBTQ StudentsCollege students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) experience unique challenges in the area of career preparation. These students sometimes express caution, concern, and/or apprehension when exploring and selecting a major, pursuing an internship, constructing a resume, stepping into the job market, or all of the above. These concerns may arise due to the historical anti-LGBTQ stigma of a specific profession, indecision regarding whether to disclose their sexual orientation/gender identity to a potential employer, fear of potential bias or harassment in the workplace, and the level of employment nondiscrimination protection provided at the local, state, or federal level. Read the full report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

Native American (Indigenous Peoples)

  1. Equal Opportunity Publications
  2. HigherEd360 Diversity Resources
  3. IMDiversity.com — IMDiversity is a career and self-development site devoted to serving the cultural and career-related needs of all minorities
  4. INSIGHT Into Diversity — One of the most recognized resources for equal opportunity employers who are seeking to add diverse, qualified candidates to their workforce. Job postings include positions in academia, business, healthcare, and the government
  5. Institute for Broadening Participation — A directory of links to programs designed to increase diversity in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce. The programs include internship, job, scholarship and fellowship opportunities. The institute is an independent, open source non-profit and provides resources to faculty and students by means of an infrastructure unfettered by institutional or disciplinary barriers
  6. NACE Diversity Resources — The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) connects university career service professionals to recruiters and employers. It maintains a list of diversity resources accessible to students
  7. National Congress of American Indians — A list of job opportunities submitted by employers that are American Indian, Native Hawaiian or Alaska Native businesses, governments, or organizations. It also includes opportunities submitted by organizations seeking Native American applicants
  8. Native American Jobs — A job search database for Native American job seekers which includes Tribal and Non-Tribal companies across the nation
  9. Native American Professional Organizations — A list of 21 organizations and professional associations  serving the Native American community
  10. Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education — A magazine for Native Americans in higher education which includes a job board
Workplace Discrimination

Workforce discrimination occurs in many different ways. There are federal laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy, and age. Employers are responsible for complying with the law, but you are responsible for making sure you know and protect your rights.

Illegal Interview Questions

Did you know that it is against the law for employers to ask you certain questions in a job interview? To learn more about what topics are off-limits and what to do if you are asked about them, see Handling Improper Interview Questions.

Discrimination in the Workplace

If you experience discrimination once you have started a job, here are some tips and information about dealing with employment discrimination.

Part-time Employment

Social Sciences, Social Work, and Sociology

Sustainability

Statistics

  1. Datalys Center – Internships in public health, health policy, sports medicine, multicenter research, statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology, and physical activity

STEM

  1. American Association for Advancement of the Sciences Entry Point — is a program that offers internship opportunities for students with disabilities. Internships will range in discipline from Computer Science, Business to Science and Engineering
  2. Equal Opportunity Publications
  3. Institute for Broadening Participation — A directory of links to programs designed to increase diversity in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce. The programs include internship, job, scholarship and fellowship opportunities. The institute is an independent, open source non-profit and provides resources to faculty and students by means of an infrastructure unfettered by institutional or disciplinary barriers

Technology

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  1. Jobs in Tech 101 — Intro to Opportunities for all majors
  2. Xtern — Internships and Beyond
  3. The Grid — 1:1 Connector
  4. Indy Tech Fellowship — Career Launchpad
  5. Sales Bootcamp — High Potential in Six Weeks
  6. American Association for Advancement of the Sciences Entry Point — is a program that offers internship opportunities for students with disabilities. Internships will range in discipline from Computer Science, Business to Science and Engineering
  7. Association for Computing Machinery  — The world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivering resources that advance computing as a science and profession
  8. TechPoint Index — Great tools and resources for students interested in tech start ups
  9. DICE — For job seekers in high-tech fields
  10. IronYard — Professional technology training in downtown Indianapolis 
  11. Mashable Job Boards — Gateway to leading digital talent
  12. ZipRecruiter — Technology jobs in Indianapolis
Industry Guides
   

Veterans

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  1. Equal Opportunity Publications
  2. INvets — Connecting Veterans with Better Civilian Careers
  3. My Next Move for Veterans — Browse careers by keywords and industry, or receive career suggestions based upon what you like to do
  4. Velvetjobs — Career Resources for Veterans
  5. ZipRecruiter for Veterans — Jobs and Resources for Veterans
Workplace Discrimination

Workforce discrimination occurs in many different ways. There are federal laws that prohibit discrimination against individuals on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, disability, pregnancy, and age. Employers are responsible for complying with the law, but you are responsible for making sure you know and protect your rights.

Illegal Interview Questions

Did you know that it is against the law for employers to ask you certain questions in a job interview? To learn more about what topics are off-limits and what to do if you are asked about them, see Handling Improper Interview Questions.

Discrimination in the Workplace

If you experience discrimination once you have started a job, here are some tips and information about dealing with employment discrimination.

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Prepare for Opportunities

Career Advising

Headshots of Four ICS Career Advisors (Andy Cassler, Mona Guirguis, Courtney Rousseau, and Jeremy Walthall)Career advising is an ongoing process. Don't hesitate to check in with an advisor by scheduling an appointment anytime through Butler's online employment portal, Handshake.

(All students have a Handshake account accessible with your Butler username/password. Alumni can request to join Butler's network on the login page.)

Appointments

Meet with our advisors for practice interviews, as well as building and critiquing cover letters, resumes, and CVs.

Peer Career Advising

Get help with interviewing and application materials from peers in a more informal setting. Drop-in office hours resume in August 2019. Learn more about Peer Career Advising.

Student Employment Assistance

Resources

In addition to career advising, utilize the guides and information below.

Application Materials and Interviews
Applicant Tracking Systems

Several organizations use an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), software that enables the electronic handling of a company’s recruitment needs and a way to pre-filter resumes. A recent webinar produced by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) shared insights and advice to career center professionals to ensure those applying through online systems have the best chance possible of matching key words and scoring high in the candidate pool. Download our Formatting Resumes for Online Applicants tip sheet

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Sign up for our newsletter. These bi-weekly emails include:

  • career opportunities
  • upcoming events
  • tips for professional development

CaPS Social Media

Connect with us online. We can be found on all of the following platforms: