We are here to help you define your career goals and objectives as they relate to future employment or graduate school opportunities. Career planning begins when your enter Saint Martin's and continues through graduation and throughout your life. From first-year in to forty years out, we are prividged to serve all our Saints.

Career Center services

Career counselor with students

From helping you write a resume to conducting mock interviews, our Career Center is here to help you hone your professional job seeking skills. We'll introduce you to tools that pave the way to exceptional marketing materials and work with you to refine your presentation.

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Saints Have a Plan

Saints Have a Plan is our four-star (four-stars of fun!) career preparation program. Every year of your college career there are steps you should be taking to prepare for entry into your chosen career.

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Saint Have a Plan makes preparing for post-graduation easy -- a game really! Complete tasks, earn points. Earn points, get a free t-shirt and entered into a drawing for really cool prizes. In the end, you get cool stuff ... including a resume, a LinkedIn profile, maybe even a job!

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Events for professional development

Etiquette dinner in the Norman Worthington Conference Center

Developing the skills you need as a professional requires practice. We offer a variety of pro-dev events that allow you to hone those skills: trainings, workshops and panel discussions. In addition, each year we host three major fairs and co-host one career and internship fair where you can network with local employers.

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Internships

Legislative student intern with mentor

The Office of Career Development, in partnership with your academic advisor, can assist you in locating an internship, a job shadow, or sources for information interviews. Many opportunities are posted on Saints4Hire. Many opportunities exist, but are not advertised.

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You are already part of a valuable network of contacts: family, friends, faculty, and alumni are all important sources in the internship search. Let your network and the Career Center staff assist you in exploring out-of-classroom experiences that will enhance your educational experience and further define your goals.