Experiential Learning and Career Services

Career Services

So when do you start planning your career?

At Saint Peter’s University it is an on-going growth process that begins in your freshman year. We help you find the self-knowledge, experience and job seeking skills that will open the right doors. To get started, we suggest that you:

Make an appointment for resume review and career counseling.
Let us know the kind of employment you are looking for.  If you are unsure where your interests lie we can help with that too. Call (201) 761-6400 or email cfonzo@saintpeters.edu.

Attend an on-campus recruitment event.
We frequently will match students with relevant companies when they come to speak on campus.  Make sure we have your contact information and be sure to attend each Career Fair as well.

Check out job listings on SaintPetersLink.
SaintPetersLink, featuring both permanent and temporary assignments, is exclusively for Saint Peter's University students and alumni.  Positions on file include full and part-time positions, summer work, and internships (paid/unpaid).

Find additional tools
on our career search resources page.

Fraud Alert Advisement for Students

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

Dear Student,

We are informing you that a particular job posting on SaintPetersLink from Aeropostale Inc. was not from the company but from unauthorized individuals posing as Aeropostale representatives. The posting was fraudulent and we promptly removed it from SaintPetersLink.

Please use caution when looking and applying for any web-based job postings on SaintPetersLink or any job web site.

  1. DO NOT respond to any emails from employers or individuals using a private email account (i.e.  Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, AOL etc.)
  2. DO NOT accept checks or cash any checks from any individual or company you have not met in person or worked with. The checks are usually fraudulent.
  3. DO NOT give any individual or company your private information over the internet/e-mail or phone such as your social security number, credit card number or bank account routing number. A legitimate company representative will not request personal or confidential information via email or phone.
  4. DO NOT respond to any emails that look suspicious or appear to be unofficial. Immediately contact Career Services Staff at (201) 761-6400 so we can investigate the job posting and contact Campus Safety and IT if needed .
  5. DO NOT cash any check you receive as an “advance” for work you have not performed.
  6. Please use common sense when corresponding with employers and company representatives!  If a job posting and follow-up e-mail  looks suspicious or an offer is too good to be true, it usually is!  Please contact us right away at (201) 761-6400 to report any suspicious job postings or fraudulent activity.