Career Services and Internships

Alumni Outcomes

Graduation and Beyond

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Welcome, alumni!

The Career Services and Internships Office has a variety of services available to you, whether you are a job seeker, an employer or just want to connect with students.

If you are between jobs and/or exploring options, we can help you refine or redirect your career search. We can also help you develop your job search skills and introduce you to employers and opportunities.

Saint Mary’s Alumni are eligible for:

  • access to entire website, including the online career assessments, career exploration information, interviewing skills, and job search websites
  • career advising by appointment
  • access to job fairs – NOTE: some fairs are only open to current undergraduate students
  • connecting with other alumni – to find out more about connecting with alumni, contact the Saint Mary’s University Alumni Office

Ways to get involved with Career Services and Internships

Email careerservices@smumn.edu if you would like to:

  • Volunteer to be on a career panel
  • Volunteer to present on a topic of expertise at an event sponsored by our office
  • Post a job opportunity

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You can make a difference in the life of a student! Partnering with the Career Services and Internships Office is a great way for you to get involved with current Saint Mary’s students.

Your contribution as an Alumni Internship Host will significantly impact the Saint Mary’s experience and the students you work with. Valuable learning and relationships flourish from these internship opportunities.

An internship is a work experience at your workplace during the summer, fall or spring. The time period depends on your needs and if the internship can be paid or not.

As an internship host, you are responsible for providing students with practical work experience related to their major. You determine the responsibilities and set the parameters for selecting students.

For additional information on supervising internships, visit our “employers” webpages.

Contact Mike Hagarty at 507-457-6695 or mhagarty@smumn.edu with any questions.

Post your Alumni-Sponsored Internship to current Saint Mary’s students via our position description form. Opportunities for students are accepted on a rolling basis and advertised to students throughout the year.

Office Location/Hours

70 Griffin Hall
Monday — Friday: 8 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.

Mailing Address

Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Career Services and Internships Office
700 Terrace Heights #6
Winona, MN 55987-1399