Career Services

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Career Services at Saint Paul College assists current students, future students, and alumni in finding meaningful employment throughout their career development. We work closely with faculty and employers to identify how your valued education best matches the needs of today’s ever-changing marketplace.

Phone: 651.846.1384

Career Services Hours
Monday8:30am – 6:00pm
Tuesday8:30am – 5:00pm
Wednesday8:30am – 5:00pm
Thursday8:30am – 5:00pm
Friday9:00am – 12:00pm
(summer hours – remote only)
Career Services will be closed June 24-28 and July 17-22

Students & Graduates

JobsOnline Job Board

Saint Paul College uses College Central Network as our job board platform.

We’ve named it JobsOnline. Go to or click on the JobsOnline login from the Student login dropdown on the college homepage. Follow the prompts to “Sign Up” to get started searching:

  • Saint Paul College’s job board (Search – My School’s Jobs)
  • Job Central national board
  • Resume Builder template
  • Career Document Library, with tips, handouts, recorded webinars and examples
  • Calendar of career events

Focus 2 Career Assessment

Focus 2 is a self-guided career and education planning platform designed to help you make decisions about your career goals and education plans. Take assessments and explore options that align with your interests, skills, personality and values.

  • New and Future students get started at Focus 2 Apply 
  • Current Students get started at Focus 2 Career using SAINTPAUL as your access code

Get Hired Fast

Get Hired Fast contains on-demand videos that coach you through the entire job search process, helping you avoid the biggest job search mistakes and help you get a job you love, faster and easier!

Career Events

  • Career Fairs, workshops and networking events are listed on JobsOnline and the Career Services bulletin board in the hall behind the main elevators
  • On Campus Recruiting: Stop by the tabling area in the City View Café to visit with recruiters from local companies. A schedule is posted on the Career Services bulletin board.
  • Refer to the “CAP-SH” section of this page for more events. Most events are open to all students, whether or not you are a CAP-SH participant. 

More Info

  • Learn about careers and make a plan
  • Work Study and Student Employment
  • ConnextMSP: Students and young professionals can join the ConnextMSP network to grow your professional network and find local job/internship opportunities
  • Check out the Career Services bulletin board in the hall behind the main elevators
  • Stop by the tabling area in the City View Café to visit with recruiters from local companies. A schedule of employers can be found on the Career Services bulletin board
  • Meet with Career Services staff for specialty job boards and more ideas for finding opportunities

Get Help

Career advice handouts, example resumes, links to recorded webinars and other options are available through:

  • D2L. Select “Career Services Optional Free Course” from your course list (currently enrolled students only)
  • Career Document Library on the JobsOnline dashboard

Meet with a Career Services staff member for assistance with career assessment interpretation, job search, resume review, practice interview and other career related advising. Appointments are strongly recommended.

  • Prospective/future students: Please apply for admission to the college before making an appointment. Our Admissions & Recruitment staff can guide you through next steps.
  • Current students may self-schedule by logging into your Navigate Account
  • Graduates may self-schedule using our Bookings link

Free support with word processing and writing-related questions is available to current students through our Academic Support Centers or through your local CareerForce.

Career and Academic Planning for Science & Health Science


What is CAP?

  • Student-Faculty mentorship program with a series of activities and events to help with career and academic planning
  • Advice, encouragement and support from faculty, college staff and industry leaders
  • Support for setting career and academic goals

Benefits of participating:

  • Increase confidence and skills through development and exploration of careers
  • Increase sense of belonging with peers and faculty
  • More targeted guidance on academic/career planning


  • Enrolled in at least 6 semester credits at Saint Paul College
  • Interest in science or health career path (select health science programs)


  • Submit a signed consent form and mentoring plan each semester in the program
  • Answer survey at least one time per semester
  • Meet with faculty mentor three times (phone, video conference, or in-person)
  • Communicate with faculty mentor to keep them updated on plans.
  • Attend at least 5 co-curricular events per semester. These are beneficial events for students to gain skills, learn about careers, investigate transfer options, or attend field trips


  • Use your student email and/or MS Teams to stay informed on program activities, events and announcements

Successful completion of all requirements:

  • Monetary stipend
  • Eligibility to serve as a CAP-SH mentor in subsequent semesters

Apply today


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