Learn more about Saint Martin's Career Center

Saint Martin's Career Center

Committed to supporting your career goals

The Career Center is wholeheartedly committed to supporting our diverse student population in defining their career goals and objectives as they relate to future employment and graduate school opportunities. We will continue to make it a priority to address the implicit bias that occurs in the recruiting and hiring process across all industries, and to find ways to better support our students in their planning for after graduation. As an office, we will:

  • Continue to sponsor professional development opportunities for our students.
  • Review our materials to ensure they utilize inclusive language.
  • Encourage enrollment in the Saints Promise program to promote upward social mobility of our students and graduates.   
  • Work with our employers to educate and provide resources on anti-racist, anti-discriminatory hiring practices, as well as how to address implicit bias in their workplaces.

Career planning begins with the student's entering year at Saint Martin's and continues through graduation. The center's services are available to all students at the University's main campus and its extension campuses. Alumni are welcome to use the Career Center for all services.

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Search for on and off campus positions on Handshake! Please use your Saint Martin’s username when logging into your account.

Career fair and events

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These annual events focus on bringing local community members to meet our students.  We invite employment and graduate school recruiters to attend several on-campus career fairs that occur throughout the academic year.

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Etiquette dinner

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This semiannual dinner teaches students basic etiquette skills over a formal meal with the help of skilled table captains made up of Saint Martin’s faculty and staff. The event is a great opportunity to help prepare students for an interview over a meal, a formal event, or just to learn new things.

How to use your major

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Finding an appropriate potential career will require research and reflection. Have you selected an academic program? Do you know what you can do for a living with your major? With the “What Can I Do With This Major?” tool, you’ll be able to look into the opportunities and salaries associated with particular majors.

The Career Center also features: