Alumni & Parents

 

Alumni

Our office can continue to help you with your career services needs after you’ve graduated. As a St. John’s alumnus/a, the following services and resources are available through our office:

  • Individual career counseling appointments (in person, over e-mail, or phone)
  • Career interest inventories
  • Resume and cover letter review, mock-interviews
  • Access to Agora, our online job listing and mentor database site
  • On-campus events, workshops, and programs (listed on our events page)

Contact us at Annapolis.CareerServices@sjc.edu or 410-626-2501 for more information and to schedule a time to talk further about how we can help you.

 

Parents

 

Read Director of Career Services Jaime Dunn's 2013 letter to parents

As a parent, you can play an important role in supporting your student’s career development. Please encourage your student to explore our website, just as you are! Suggest that they visit the Career Services Office for career advising early and often. Even if they don’t know where they’re headed after St. John’s, we can provide counseling, resources, and opportunities to help them clarify their post-graduation goals.

We have a library full of resources and handouts that address everything from creating resumes and cover letters to tips for the job search process and examples of how they can put their St. John’s degree to good use. Becoming familiar with the resources and tools we offer in their first and second year benefits students immensely in their career exploration and planning. It’s never too early to visit our office!

These are some resources you might find helpful:

Become a Career Services Volunteer! We invite alumni, parents, and friends of St. John’s to partner with us to provide career and networking opportunities for current students and alumni.

"It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one's self through the eyes of others, of measuring one's soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity."
- W.E.B. Du Bois