Career Resources for Alumnae/i

Alumnae/i are welcome to continue using several of our career services. We also welcome you to share your expertise with job-seeking students.

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    Women and Work

    Our annual Women and Work event offers networking, a panel discussion, and break-out sessions on a variety of topics to inform your career plan or job search. This workshop is geared toward students and recent graduates. This event occurs in the Fall.

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    Find or Post a Job

    Visit St. Catherine University's jobs and internships board, KatieCareer powered by Handshake, for access to positions posted specifically for students and alumnae/i.

    Alumnae/i who have graduated within the last two years should log into KatieCareer powered by Handshake, with their St. Catherine University username & password.

    Alumnae/i who graduated more than two years ago may request access to KatieCareer powered by Handshake for their own career needs. Fill out this form to request access. Please allow several business days. You will receive an email invitation from Handshake to activate your account.

    To post job or internship opportunities for other Katies, please login as an employer. See Employer Help Tips.

    DISCLAIMER Related to Student & Alumni Use of KatieCareer
    By registering with KatieCareer, students and alumni agree to allow St. Catherine University's Career Development Center access to the personal and professional information they have entered into KatieCareer. Employer information and job postings accessible through KatieCareer are provided for student and alumni convenience. Their presence does not imply endorsement by the Career Development Office at St. Catherine University. Career Development does not represent any employer, posting or advertisement, and does not make any guarantee or assume legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of employer or job information. Career Development also takes student safety and employer fraud very seriously. Users of KatieCareer can help strengthen this effort by reporting suspicious or inappropriate postings or questionable employer conduct. Contact Career Development at 651-690-8890 or send an email to This article published on the University of Notre Dame’s website provides helpful information related to fraudulent employers

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    Visit or Volunteer

    Alumnae/i are welcome to attend drop-in hours for short career consultations and to attend St. Catherine University sponsored career fairs and events.

    Many alumnae/i also return to share their career experiences with students. If you would like to participate in a class or forum to offer advice to current students in your field, email us to ask about current volunteer opportunities.

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    Java and Job Search Workshop

    This workshop, offered periodically, is a free resource for alumnae/i or graduate students currently or soon to be engaged in a job search.

    Every week for six weeks, we tackle a new topic and address the needs and concerns of those looking for jobs. By the end of the series, you'll have an awareness of your strengths and goals, and a strong understanding of how to conduct an effective job search.

    The workshop will cover the following topics in an 6 week series:

    • Assessing your skills, values and interests
    • Gathering resources for your job search
    • Networking and LinkedIn
    • Resume styles and critique
    • Cover letter review
    • Interviewing and negotiation

    Email us for more information.