The University of St. Thomas

Career Services


Tap the St. Thomas Network
Have you ever heard someone say, “Tommies are EVERYWHERE” and then wondered how to find other Tommies that can help you? They're out there, and the St. Thomas Alumni Association provides several ways for you to find other St. Thomas professionals in your field.
Social Media
Many (as of January 2016, that means more than 75,000) alumni profiles can be found on LinkedIn. The Alumni Association promotes two different LinkedIn groups specifically for alumni.
Alumni Networking Center
Log in to find alumni in your field who have updated their Professional Profile to indicate a willingness to interact professionally. You can also post a job, or post your resume.   

TommieCareers
This site lists job openings and employer profiles, and offers a way for you to submit your resume and application directly to the hiring employer. Many alumni use this site to post positions that are available at their place of employment. Request an alumni account.
Networking Events and Volunteer Opportunities
There are many events and programs hosted by the Alumni Association for the purpose of creating networking opportunities. Connect with one that works for you.
  
Need More Career Tools?    
Career development is a lifelong process and does not always mean a job or career change. Whether you are looking for professional development or are planning to polish up your résumé, as an alumnus or alumna, services offered by the Career Development Center are available to you for free. Contact them today for a consultation.

Career Events

Engineering Mentoring Celebration Reception
Date: May 10, 2016
Time: 5:00 PM to 7:15 PM
The School of Engineering invites you to attend the second annual mentoring celebration reception on Tuesday, May 10. The purpose of the event is to celebrate the second cohort of engineering mentors and mentees in the Student-Alumni Mentoring (SAM) program.

Brewing Relationships With Fellow Tommies
Date: May 10, 2016
Time: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Craft brewing. Food trucks. Crowd-sourced food delivery. These are three of the hottest food and beverage trends in Minnesota. Learn more at "Brewing Relationships with Fellow Tommies."