St. John’s University’s student body is among the most diverse in the nation, with near forty-five percent identifying as Black, Hispanic, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, American Indian, Alaska Native, or Two or More Races. Our students come from 46 states, each of the U.S. territories and 119 countries. We are rooted in the Catholic tradition, specifically the teachings of St. Vincent de Paul; however, our students identify as more than 15 different religions with only 45% of our students identifying as Catholic.
University Career Services is dedicated to ensuring equitable access for all our students. We stand firmly against all types of racism, inequality, and discrimination. Our team stands together as one that believes inclusivity and belonging are especially critical in the work we do with the diverse student population that we serve.
The curated list of resources below is intended to support our students’ ability to bring their whole self to work through an appreciation that embracing what makes us diverse promotes innovation, understanding, and overall success in the workplace. This list includes several categories aimed at students interested in issues of equity and inclusive excellence within the workplace. This list, while extensive, is not complete. We invite our students and alumni to contact us to provide any resources you believe are missing or would like to see featured.
Our collection of career resources for students who identify as one or more of the following racial or ethnic groups: African, Alaskan Native, Asian, Black, Xicanx, Desi, Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, Native, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander.
We address key questions about disclosing sexual orientation and gender identity and provide resources to help you understand your legal rights and evaluate employers.
This page highlights career resources that may be useful to you if you have served or are currently serving in the military, plus some additional resources for military family members and spouses.
Get help answering questions about disclosure, accommodations and your legal rights. We also provide some places to search for jobs or internships.
Get help answering questions about disclosure, and your legal rights. We also provide some places to search for jobs or internships.
We value the dignity of all the members of the community, regardless of immigration status. We've gathered information here to help you understand what your rights are, and how to find support you need throughout your career development process.
There are issues in U.S. workplaces that disproportionately affect women. We’ve gathered information to help you understand what your rights are, and how to find the support you need throughout your career development process.