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Mentorship & Network

Culture of Mentorship

Your educational journey at Saint Joseph’s is characterized by personal attention. You’ll build relationships with professors and advisors who will not only guide you academically but also professionally and personally. Faculty members are scholars and experts — recognized for their research and publishing accomplishments — and your mentors, challenging you to make new discoveries.

Add to that our strong alumni network, and you’ll quickly learn how easy it is to receive mentorship and explore job opportunities. There is also a wealth of career resources on campus, including our Career Center and a variety of networking events throughout the year.

The Value of the Hawk Network


Alumni  — proud Hawks who support each other.


of the undergraduate Class of 2021 found full-time employment through networking and Career Center services.


Connections between alumni mentors and students on the SJU Connects Platform.


Professionals are members of the Saint Joseph’s University Career and Networking Group on LinkedIn.

Service Centers

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Our Career Center is dedicated to connecting students with exciting career opportunities. The best part: These resources are available for life. 

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Your advisor is here to support you throughout your entire college journey. You’ll discuss your academic progress, career goals and any aspect of the Saint Joseph’s experience.   

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It doesn’t matter when you graduated. Saint Joseph’s will be here to offer career counseling, job search support, alumni perks and networking opportunities.


  • Network with just the click of a button. Our Brazen platform allows students to connect with Saint Joseph’s alumni and employers through a super easy, user-friendly online system. 

  • Connecting with alumni, made simple. You can schedule a career conversation with an alumnus in your field of interest, submit your resume for review or even participate in a mock interview through our online advisory tool.

    Get Connected

  • Looking for alumni contacts in your field of interest? Search through our comprehensive online system as part of our tool, Handshake. 

    Explore Other Career Tools & Resources

  • Create a profile on LinkedIn and join our Hawk Career Network group for exciting job opportunities. 

    Join Our Group

  • Access Philadelphia-based jobs, expanding your network and opportunities.

    Check Out CampusPhilly

Preparing for Your Future

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Career Fairs

Career Fairs

Our fairs are designed to jump-start your career. More than 150 employers from a diverse range of industries attend, offering students full-time, internship and service opportunities.

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Industry Meet-Ups

Industry Meet-Ups

Network with professionals working in diverse industries right on campus. These meet-ups allow students to directly connect with Saint Joseph’s alumni and employers.

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Job & Internship Search

Job & Internship Search

Saint Joseph's Career Center provides many resources to help network, meet employers and find job, research and internship opportunities. 

My Hawk Network

Saige Stutz '23 is an undergradaute health student at Saint Joseph's

At Saint Joseph's University, I have found a home away from home. The faculty, coaches, trainers, and my teammates have thus far made me feel so welcome because of the tight-knit community that's been created. I am so thankful for my experience and I cannot wait for my next two years."

Saige Stutz '23 is an undergradaute health student at Saint Joseph's

Saige Stutz ’23

health studies major with minor in biology


Saint Joseph's is a community where people want to see and help their peers succeed. From our amazing professors to fellow students in school activities, to the staff on campus, everyone here is committed to looking out for one another."


Ian Rowe-Nicholls ’24

history major with pre-law


I learned an unbelievable amount in less than a year and discovered a new passion of mine: East Asian Religion. I would not have been able to write my thesis or grow as a scholar as much as I did without my thesis advisor, Dr. Aaron Reich."


Anna-Maria Berezovski ’21

computer science and Asian studies double major