Whether you’re looking to submit a job or internship, update an existing listing or register your company, use our University's career center, KatieCareer! Your position will be viewable by both students and alumnae.
Not sure whether the position is a job or internship? Email us or call 651.690.8890 for answers to all your questions about posting opportunities for students.
Tabling and Interview Days
Beyond using KatieCareer, you can arrange a campus visit to host a recruiting/info table or an on-campus interviewing day. This is a great way to make your organization and your positions known to our student body.
All tabling visits are held from 10am–2pm in the student center, Couer de Catherine. Employers may request one session per semester. St. Catherine University reserves the right to grant or deny tabling requests by employers to best fit our student needs. Questions? EmployerRelations@stkate.edu
The St. Catherine University Career Opportunities Fair occurs in October each year. This career fair provides an excellent occasion to connect with talented students and alumnae for upcoming job openings and internships.
GET THE DETAILS on the 2016 Career Fair.
Are you looking to advertise on behalf of an individual or private family for household help? Whether you are looking for a nanny, personal care attendant, tutor, elder care, lawn work, or anything in-between, please submit the form below, or email us for more information.
By participating in St. Kate's Career Development services, organizations agree that they will adhere to applicable federal and state EEO laws, regulations, standards, and guidelines as well as the appropriate principles set forth by NACE in all recruiting activities, that no fee will be charged to any candidate at any time, and organizations will not disclose resumes or other applicant information under any circumstances to other entities without the applicant’s prior written consent. The Career Development Office reserves the right to discontinue services to students, alumnae and employers who have violated EEO and NACE guidelines.