For Employer and Agency Partners

Welcome Corporate, Nonprofit and Governmental Partners!

The Civic Engagement and Career Development Center invites you to actively partner with our office in your search for strong candidates to fill full-time, part-time, internship and service positions within our organization. Our office will connect you with diverse talent pool of current students, recent graduates, and alumni who are actively job seeking. In addition, we offer numerous programs and opportunities that will allow both established and new organizations to build name recognition among our college students, graduates and faculty for future recruitment needs.

Click here to view the: St. Mary’s University Civic Engagement and Career Development Center Fall 2015 Event Calendar for Employers

Employer and Agency Partners can register, create, and manage employment, internship, and volunteer opportunity listings in the online career, internship, and volunteer database, Rattler Connect.

To list available positions, please visit

School/Major Specific Programming

In addition to Career Development Workshops, the Civic Engagement and Career Development Center offers programming tailored to the needs of students and alumni in specific schools and/or majors.

Career Development Workshops

Co-sponsor and present career development workshops to St. Mary’s University students on topics such as, resume writing, interviewing skills, dress for success, mentoring, getting involved and mock interviews. The Civic Engagement and Career Development Center is happy to assist with presentation materials and will coordinate all event logistics for the Career Development Workshops.

Service and Civic Engagement Opportunities

The Civic Engagement and Career Development Center values the partnerships and relationships with our community partners. In order for our students to enhance their collegiate experience, they are encouraged to go beyond the gates of St. Mary’s University, get into the community, and give back. Community Partners provide such experiences in ways that a classroom cannot.

Community partners can are welcomed to get involved in various ways:

  • Be a Community-based Work Study Program Partner
  • Be a host site for Continuing the Heritage Day of Service Events
  • Be a host site for Resident Hall or Student Organization Volunteer projects
  • Participate in Volunteer Fairs and Not-For-Profit Career Expos
  • Be a recipient organization in the Miracle on 36th Street Toy and Donation Drive
  • Host information tables in the University Atrium
  • Host information sessions for interested students, classes, or registered student organizations

Share your Organization Information through the Campus Newspaper

Advertise in The Rattler the campus newspaper. For more information, call 210-436-3401.

Ready to become an Employer or Agency Partner? Want to know more ways to partner? 

Contact Lauren Sandoval, Assistant Director for Employer and Agency Relations, by calling (210) 436-3102 or emailing the Center at: