Connecting talent with employer needs through the power of the St. John’s family is central to University Career Services’ mission.
- Recruit the Red Storm! Post internship and job opportunities directly to Handshake (St. John's Recruiting Platform) and/or e-mail [email protected].
- For information about additional employer-related programs such as campus recruiting and job fairs, please visit our Employer Page
Often the best, most inspiring advice comes from listening to the personal experiences of others. Communication with professionals can provide realistic information about career options, job responsibilities and employment conditions.
As a graduate of St. John’s University or an employer, you can serve as a mentor to students through a variety of programs. Mentors serve as a resource to current students and new graduates who are exploring career, internship and employment opportunities.
WHAT TO EXPECT
You can provide one-to-one mentoring, invite students to shadow you at your workplace, or serve as a guest speaker. A variety of mentoring activities are available to suit your interests and availability and you can control your level of involvement.
ASPIRE Mentor Program
The St. John’s University Aspire Mentor Program supports ambitious students who are striving to reach their professional goals through a one-on-one mentor relationship. Throughout this year long program, alumni mentors guide their mentees as they work to develop career-related competencies, learn about their industry of interest, and build confidence in their ability to achieve success. Mentors connect either in person or virtually 1-2 times per month regarding the students’ progress toward their goals, and other topics related to their professional development. This is an opportunity to truly make a difference in a student’s life and help them to launch their career. Learn More
C3: Creating Career Connections
The C3: Creating Career Connections program includes three opportunities for students to explore careers with intent to equip them with the knowledge to make informed major/career choices. From Career Conversations (informational interviews) to Job Shadowing and Career Immersion, which match students for 1-3 days on-site, the program focuses on first and second year students. Learn More
- Newsletter: Volume I, Issue I
- Newsletter: Volume I, Issue II
- Newsletter: Volume I, Issue III
- Newsletter: Volume I, Issue IV
@GetHiredStJohns on LinkedIn
@GetHiredStJohns is the official group of Career Services at St. John's University on LinkedIn. The group compliments the ASPIRE Mentor and C3: Creating Career Connections programs providing a forum for building strong student-alumni relationships, as well as peer-to-peer connections.
As alumni, employers and friends, we are asking you to volunteer to assist St. John’s students and fellow grads through the career exploration and job search processes. @GetHiredStJohns is not a job placement service. Rather, it’s an opportunity to for students to build a network of connections, to gather information about employment trends, job functions, salary expectations, effective job/internship searches, and the career paths of St. John’s alumni.
University Career Services hosts a wide range of events and activities throughout the year geared toward understanding the world of work. We aim to provide students with the opportunity to interact with top executives, civic and government leaders, and hiring managers in informal and formal settings. If you have interest in sharing your knowledge, hosting a group of students for a tour of your company, or have an idea for a program, please contact us at (718) 990-1325 or [email protected].
Career Services for Alumni
Welcome, University Career Services is pleased to offer you a variety of lifetime career services, tools, and resources to help you in making career decisions. We are available to assist you in your job search through one-on-one support with developing your professional objective, resume writing/cover letters, job search strategies, networking and evaluating job offers/salary negotiations. Additionally, as a St. John’s alumnus, you have full access to all of our services and resources as current students, including access to Handshake, so you can receive e-mails about upcoming events and special opportunities and submit resumes online to positions posted. We recommend that you make an appointment with a Career Advisor to discuss your individual needs.
Please fill out the Career Services Inquiry Form. We will respond to your request within two business days and provide you with the targeted help you need to move to the next phase of your career.
Due to a high volume of students during the academic year, alumni will be limited to one-on-one advisement during the following time periods: December 15-January 15 and May 15-July 30
For more information on advising policies, click here.