Informed by our Benedictine values of service, dignity of work and community, we provide the services you need to develop the professional skills necessary to succeed both during your college career and well into the future. It's never too early to begin building your professional life!

Drop-in services

For many students a busy schedule keeps them running from class to class or activity to activity. To make it easy for you to establish and grow your professional toolkit, we have an open door policy at the Career Center. Stop by (or make an appointment if you'd like) to get help on the following services:

Students and staff at the Career Center
  • Graduate school testing and application assistance
  • Internship availability
  • Job application assistance
  • LinkedIn profile assistance
  • Mock interviews
  • Resume and cover letter writing
  • Saints4Hire and job opportunities

Job search

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Whether you're just starting at Saint Martin's, ready to graduate or recently retired, Saints4Hire is Saint Martin's job search tool for our entire community. Here you'll find hundreds of on and off-campus jobs, internships and scholarships. If you have questions, stop by the Career Center and we'll help you get started.

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Major and career exploration

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Wondering which major is right for you? Which career path to take? Our major and career exploration tools help you explore career options and find out what truly interests you. Use our step-by-step approach to discover that direction that suits you!

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Services for veterans

Military students

You've dedicated your life to service to our nation. Saint Martin's recognizes that service and is committed to helping you make a successful transition to civilian life. Learn about the employment resources available to you as a former or active duty service member and visit the Career Center for answers to all of your career questions.

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