The Career Services Office in Annapolis holds events for and with current students and alumni, providing resources and support for all aspects of the career and job search, from initial exploration through later career changes. These events provide students and alumni the opportunity to learn and do research into potential fields of endeavor, and all aspects of beginning or changing careers. We also host forums to bring alumni back to campus to talk about their experiences after graduating from St. John’s.
Tuesday, April 12, 3:45pm, Hodson Room, Mellon
Sophomores & Juniors: If you are considering an application for any prestigious national scholarships and fellowships (Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright, Gates Cambridge, Mitchell), for graduate study beginning in the fall of 2017 or beyond, you are invited to attend this information session led by members of the St. John's Fellowship Committee.
Potential candidates for these competitions must make a firm commitment to applying and will begin work on their applications over the summer. You are encouraged to attend so that you may begin considering a future fellowship application and learn about the scholarship requirements.
Wednesday, April 13, 2:30pm, Hodson Room, Mellon
Donald Georgette (A10) will be at St. John's to discuss the oft-overlooked career field of sales/business development. Johnnies gain valuable skill sets that lay the groundwork for success in the business world, particularly in information technology. Mr. Georgette would like to share his experience leveraging the St. John's degree into a career. Please join us if you're interested in sales, business development, management, or technology.
Saturday, April 16, 11:00am - 12:00pm, McDowell 14
Join us for an informal conversation with alumni about their various careers and lives after St. John's.
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