Jobs for Johnnies

Connecting Employers with Talent to Thrive in Turbulent Times

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for employers and recent graduates alike. But even in the midst of this crisis, there is opportunity.

To help you capture that opportunity, we’ve launched Jobs for Johnnies, designed to make it easy for employers to hire the talent they need.

“Johnnies” are sharp analysts, creative and courageous thinkers, and clear communicators. They work well in teams, too, because they know how to listen.

They also excel at solving difficult problems - just like the ones facing every organization today. And they work well under pressure - they meet their deadlines.

The St. John’s Difference: The “Why?” Advantage.

St. John’s Graduates Outrival Peers in the Work Place.

A good employee masters procedures quickly, asking “What do we do, and how can I do it well?”

But a great employee also examines assumptions, asking “Why do we do it, and how can we do it better?”

This “Why?” advantage is the St. John’s difference: we teach how to ask the right questions.

Johnnies provide fresh insight in a hyper-complex world; independent analysis in markets overwhelmed by “groupthink”; and wisdom that develops from 3,000 years of multidisciplinary knowledge.

Together, these qualities are what the future demands, and where Johnnies’ competitive advantage lies.

Contact Us

If you have job openings, please register as an employer on our Handshake page and post your open positions.

If you know of other individuals or organizations who are looking for great employees, or have other suggestions for employing Johnnies, please send us an email at jobs4johnnies(at)sjc.edu and include a brief description. We will get in touch with you or your contact promptly.

We especially welcome St. John’s College alumni to get in touch. You already know the value of a St. John’s College education in the workplace, and we want to connect you with Johnnies who can help your organization thrive well into the future.

Johnnies Have the Skills Employers Want