On Campus Recruitment
We are excited to host major corporations this fall…US Bank, Deloitte, UnitedHealth Group and many more…who will conduct On Campus Interviews for summer internships, tax season accounting internships, and jobs for graduating seniors. To participate and apply, be sure to go through the required orientation (either online or in person) first and then log in to TommieCareers to look through the opportunities. We have more than 45 employers visiting us this fall, and they want to talk to you!
Networking can be hard. We want to make it easier for you! RSVP for an Employer Chat today! Employer Chats are informational interviews with representatives from companies that want to tell you more about their opportunities and answer any questions. Peruse our offerings on our seminars and events page, and sign up for a time if something stands out!
Tell us if you had an internship this past summer and/or check out the new Internships webpage!
Employer Information Session
Come to a Wednesday, September 18 presentation by U.S. Bank staff and St. Thomas alumni to learn about their internships and varied career paths. All students from all majors are welcome!
Our career seminars and workshops start this week. Be sure to check out our website for a list of additional seminars, career events AND job/internship postings (over 1400 listed today!).
The Career Development Center looks forward to assisting you with your career development needs this year and beyond! Call 651-962-6761 or stop by Murray-Herrick Room 123 to schedule an appointment.
Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube!
Welcome to the 2019-20 school year! As you transition into your new routine with classes, work, and life we want to make you aware of the variety of resources and services available to assist you in your career planning or internship/job search throughout this year.
Career Counselors are available for individual appointments or daily Pop-In sessions (10-15 minute, first-come first served, for quick questions) to assist with:
- exploring majors and careers
- applying for on-campus student jobs
- internship or job search questions
- resume and cover letter writing
- interviewing tips
- creating/updating your LinkedIn profile
- researching employers and more!
Our career seminars and workshops begin next week. Be sure to check out our website for a list of seminars and career events AND job/internship postings (over 1400 listed today!).
On-Campus Interviewing begins soon for full-time positions and internships. Attend an Orientation to On-Campus Interviewing seminar to sign up for interviews with employers who will be visiting campus from September through November.
International Internships Did you know that students can complete a part-time internship and earn credit as part of a semester study abroad experience, or do a full-time summer internship abroad? Well, you can! There are a variety of programs from our partner providers to choose from. How they might fit into your major degree plan is going to vary based on your class standing, your major, transfer credits, and whether you’re in the current, or new core curriculum.
If you’re interested in learning more about the internship options, there are a few things for you to do:
The deadline to apply for Spring semester programs is October 1st!
The Career Development Center looks forward to assisting you with your career development this year and beyond! Call 651-962-6761 or stop by 123 Murray-Herrick to schedule an appointment.
Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
The Career Development Center has offered several Career Treks this year. The most recent, a tour of WCCO, gave students an amazing opportunity to see how a newsroom operates including a chance to sit in on a news pitch meeting. A student writes about her experience on the blog: Career Trek to WCCO.
We are open throughout the summer for both students and alumni. Get in touch for assistance with career exploration, networking advice, resume and cover letter help, interviewing assistance, or graduate school planning. Next week’s Career Scoop will contain information about the Class of 2018 and where they are working and attending grad school so stay tuned.
Best of luck with your finals, congratulations to the Class of 2019, and ENJOY your summer and wherever the next adventure takes you.