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Faculty & Staff

Career Services offers an array of services and resources to assist faculty and staff as they support students preparing for employment. We offer free services to current students and alumni of Saint Paul College.


Focus 2 Career is a self-guided career and education planning platform designed to help students make decisions about future career goals and education plans. They can take assessments and explore options that align with their interests, skills, personality and values.

  • You can use Focus 2 Career for class assignments or embed in your course curriculum. Contact to request administrative access 
  • Current Students may create an account at Focus 2 Career using SAINTPAUL as their access code
  • Although not required, Career Services staff are available to assist students with interpretation and creating an action plan (appointment requested)


  • The Career Services optional free course in D2L  contains handouts, example resumes, links to recorded webinars and external resources that you can embed in your online course or use in your classroom. If it doesn’t show in your course list, contact
  • Get Hired Fast contains on-demand videos that coach the job seeker through the entire job search process. Our license allows the use of video clips, articles and worksheets for use in your D2L courses, slide decks, in classrooms, etc. Links to Get Hired Fast videos are also included in the Career Services D2L course, organized by topic.
  • JobsOnline job board offers 500+ active job postings as well as Saint Paul College-specific handouts and links to recorded webinars


A career advisor is available to meet one-on-one with students and alumni. Please encourage your students to contact Career Services to schedule an appointment through their Navigate account, or use the link on the Career Services D2L course.

Assistance is available for:

  • Career exploration, career assessments, and choosing appropriate programs or majors
  • Utilizing JobsOnline and other resources to find jobs/internships
  • Resume and cover letter critique
  • Job interview tips and practice
  • Preparation for job and career fairs


Career Services can provide presentations or workshops to your class or student association. We cover a wide variety of topics that can be customized to meet your unique needs. We also welcome the chance to visit your classroom to introduce Career Services to students and to promote upcoming events such as career fairs and networking opportunities.

Contact Sheryl Saul to schedule.


Career Services welcomes partnership with you to promote career related events and to implement career events for your program, please contact Sheryl Saul via email or phone to begin the conversation.


Career Services oversees the collection of graduate follow-up data each year.

  • Encourage your graduates to complete our Next Destination Questionnaire, or complete the form on their behalf
  • Employment Highlights and Graduate Data, public versions are included in the College’s Fact Book
  • Employment Highlights and Graduate Data, internal version is housed in Data Matters on the employee portal