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Interior of the Business Building, home of the Lacy School of Business
Andre B. Lacy School of Business

Lacy School Career Development

We're here to support all students and alumni. 

During this time of unknowns, constant changes, and challenges regarding the COVID-19 virus, we want students to know our team is here as a resource to help you navigate your unique situation and provide assistance and encouragement. Current students may contact their career mentor directly or reach us at Career and Professional Success (CaPS) offers career services to alumni for a lifetime and can be contacted at Please do not hesitate to reach out! We are here for you.

Building Careers a Semester at a Time.

As a business student, you have an incredible support system behind you. You’ll receive support from your academic advisor, the entire career development staff (including a personal executive career mentor), and the Butler alumni network.

Throughout your four years, you will follow the Butler Blueprint—our career readiness program designed to help you learn about yourself, develop your strengths, and give you mentoring opportunities and experiences that set you apart from your competition.

First Year
  • Heavy focus on self-discovery.
  • You'll complete the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
  • You'll attend alumni panels and career events.
Sophomore year
  • Focuses on career exploration and professional networking through a variety of workshops and more career events.
  • Students work with their career mentor to develop their resume and identify their skills, interests, values, and accomplishments.
Junior year
  • Focuses on internship and job search skills.
  • You'll  develop a personal internship and job search strategy, prepare for interviews, and broaden your network.
Senior year
  • You'll learn about personal financial management, how to evaluate job offers, and develop career success strategies.


Students interview for and complete two internships for credit, with guidance from a career mentor. The Lacy School of Business has a network of regional and global employers and many internships result in post-graduate employment. Learn more about internships


Students are guided through a structured, four-year career development program. Career mentors work one-on-one with students to explore career paths and interests, set career goals, and develop their resume and interview skills. Learn more about Blueprint

Career Mentors

Each student in the Lacy School of Business is assigned a mentor to help them through the career development process. These former executives use their experience to help you choose the right career path for you. Learn more about career mentors.


Student Resources

In addition to our exploratory class, your academic advisor, and career mentor, you have access to online tools to help you assess yourself and understand potential careers. Other tools, like Handshake, help you find internships and resume-building experiences. Learn more about student resources