Career services for students
The Career Center provides the following services and programs to
and Internship Fair -
representatives from local, state, federal and private
companies and agencies participate in this annual Career Center
activity. The Career Fair is a good source for summer jobs,
part-time jobs, temporary jobs and internships, as well as permanent
employment following graduation. The spring 2013 Career Fair will be
held on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in the Marcus Pavilion. Stop by and
pick up a program of current contacts from the 2012 fair.
You have access to an online database that connects you with local
employers that have open positions. Search Saints4Hire for federal
and state work study jobs, full/part time jobs, internships,
scholarships, and more!
- Career and
Undecided? Wondering what options might be out there? The
Career Center offers many tools and resources to help students learn
about themselves, explore career opportunities, and experience
working in different fields.
New this year! The Career Center worked with faculty
leaders to develop information packets with specific guidance for
students on how to obtain and make the best of an internship
- Job search assistance - if you are searching
for a job, the Career Center can assist by connecting you with past
Career Fair participants, alumni, and other established contacts.
Stop by the Career Center to discuss your interests and goals. For a
helpful list of job seeker links,
Interested in federal employment? Use these resources to begin your
Working for the federal
- Resume and cover letter review
Bring in or
email your resume and/or cover letter to the Career Center for a
thorough review of content, structure and format. Your resume and
cover letters are your most important marketing pieces. Resume and
cover letters are typically turned around in 24 hours.
for a resume and cover letter reference packet.
- Graduate School testing information
GRE : Graduate Record
GMAT : Graduate
Management Admission Test
LSAT : Law School Admission Test
MCAT : Medical College Admission Test
- On-campus interviewing and recruiting
This activity is scheduled to help meet the employment
needs of students and employers. Announcements of interviewing and
recruiting events are posted on bulletin boards, by e-mail and
through faculty announcements.
- Career guidance testing and software
Information is available upon request. Testing is used
primarily in conjunction with freshman orientation classes.
The contacts program is our email career service to all
students or to individual students by class and by major. Career
information, job openings, etc. are posted along with a weekly
- Internet access
Computers are available in the Career Center for Internet
job searches and job information.
- Career resource library
Books on jobs, resumes, career decision-making,
scholarships, interviewing, cover letters, various directories and
similar subjects can be checked out.