C.A.R.E.E.R.S. Program

The C.A.R.E.E.R.S. Program was established to give Martin University students and alumni an opportunity to receive guidance and prospects to position themselves for success. By providing professional and personal development seminars, workshops and training, as well as, employment search, internships, scholarship and volunteer opportunity assistance, the C.A.R.E.E.R.S. Program helps to prepare students and alumni for life after they have achieved their academic goals. The C.A.R.E.E.R.S. Program continues to impart the mission of Martin University by empowering and encouraging those students and alumni who are seeking to make their mark on the world through their Martin University education. The program offices are located near the Student Services Department.

Contact the MU C.A.R.E.E.R.S. Program, so we can assist you with your employment needs.

Jason Dade
Career & Cultural Development Manager/Admissions Advisor


‚ÄčEmployment Opportunities

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana


Exciting News!

The Indianapolis Recorder is providing current Martin students internship opportunities.  These internship opportunities will provide students with professional work experiences and career development opportunities.  Current junior and senior-level students are encouraged to apply.  For additional informatin regarding these opportunities, contact Jason Dade, Career & Cultural Development Manager/Admissions Advisor.

‚ÄčAdministrative Assistant Internship

Business Office Clerk Internship

Graphic Designer Internship

Sales Representative Internship



The C.A.R.E.E.R.S Programs  offers more than just a job board for employers to post open positions. It is a recruiting tool designed to make the process of finding qualified candidates easier.

  • On-campus recruiting
  • Job postings for our current students and alumni
  • Internship opportunity postings: non-credit and for-credit, paid and unpaid
  • Experiential Learning Opportunities
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Mentoring and networking


Pre-Internship Seminar

All students who are or will be participating in an internship or Experiential Learning Opportunity (ELO) during the 2016-2017 academic year must attend the pre-internship seminar.

Topics will include professional and personal etiquette, resume writing, interviewing skills, and professional attire, to name a few.

The seminar is sponsored by the C.A.R.E.E.R.S Program and Student Retention Services.