St. Mary’s University Career Services is designed around each stage of the college experience and the implementation of your career plans as a student and as an alumni. Career Resources offer guidance in determining your best fit path, writing a résumé, preparing for an interview, or gaining experience through job shadow, internship, or part-time work opportunities.
Because students engage in their journey through education individually or as a member of registered student organization(s), we are here to help in the way that best meets your needs and interests. Students are encouraged to become involved in the two Centers diverse program and service offerings to find ways to become involved in their community and to work toward their career development needs.
Services for employers
Services for alumni
Our services and resources for alumni include:
- Current calendar of events. Find out about career fairs and other events that match your interests.
- Networking opportunities. Find out when you can connect with employers and other alumni.
- Upcoming on-campus interviews and résumé collections. The schedule of employer visits changes regularly, so check back often to learn about employers who are seeking full-time employees or interns.
- Jobs, Internships and Volunteer Postings. We collaborate with corporate, governmental, and not-for-profit partners to list opportunities for full-time, part-time, internship, and volunteer opportunities.
Other alumni career services
- Mock Interview Days
- Information Tables in the University Center Atrium and academic buildings
- Information Sessions
- Classroom and Student Organization Presentations
- Professional Etiquette Dinner and Networking Pre-mixer
- Job Shadow Program
- On-campus Interview Program
- Employer Site Visit Program
- Employer in Residence Program
- Alumni in Residence Program
- Networking 101 Event
- Niche career panel presentations
St. Mary’s Rattler Network — LinkedIn Group
Our LinkedIn group is for students, faculty, administration and alumni of St. Mary’s University who are seeking opportunities to learn from and network with one another. Discussions are kept professional. Members are encouraged to connect with one another and seek advice. Group discussions are encouraged on career preparation tips, industry and career exploration, job skills needed within all work places, and by providing information about upcoming networking events and professional association meetings.
Learn more about how many graduates find employment or seek enrollment in a graduate program after receiving their degree from St. Mary’s.