Internships and Research
Internships and other professional experiences give you practical skills, valuable contacts and a competitive edge at job interviews. St. Kate's has an active career development office and a strong alumnae network that offer you plenty of professional contacts.
Our students have interned in China and France, as well as at large and small organizations in the Twin Cities. Jenna Price, for example (pictured), landed an internship at EcoLab in downtown Minneapolis that complemented her financial economics major at St. Kate's.
Past student internship sites include:
— Jordyn Arndt, alumna
- American Red Cross
- Federal Reserve Bank of Minnesota
- Dain Rauscher
- Lucent Technologies
- Green Tree Financial
- Minnesota Department of Transportation
- Jubilee USA, a debt-relief organization
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Assistantship Mentoring Program (AMP)
AMP is an innovative, paid work-and-learning experience that pairs St. Kate's students in their junior or senior year with faculty or staff mentors on a specific project. Students are paid for up to 13 hours each week. Learn more about AMP in the University's magazine, SCAN.
St. Kate's Leadership Institute offers professional development and networking opportunities such as the Summer Leadership Seminars, Strictly Social at The Woman's Club of Minneapolis and the St. Catherine Forum on Women in Leadership ‐ the oldest speakers' forum for women in the region. Past presenters include Sherron Watkins, former Enron vice president, and Jackie Joyner Kersee, Olympic athlete.
St. Kate's has the Antonian Scholar Honors Program and more than 24 honor societies, including Omicron Delta Epsilon for economics majors.
The Economics Student Club at St. Kate's brings together students from economics, international business and economics, and financial economics majors.