St. Martin Career Exploration Office is a full-service career development office providing comprehensive professional development to students and expanded corporate engagement to our employer partners. At the core of student success is actively engaged learning through robust research and world class internship opportunities. In fact, over 75% of COLSA students participate in one or more internship experience domestically or abroad; thus ensuring that students are well prepared to meet the needs of the 21st century workplace.
COLSA graduates are employed regionally, nationally and across the globe. Many COLSA alumni elect to continue their education by pursuing graduate programs throughout the country and world. The results of a UNH education are well-prepared individuals who are able to address real world challenges.
COLSA Student Success Stories
Devon Guyer is a rising junior dual majoring in Environmental Conservation and Sustainability and Justice Studies, combining her passions for the environment and the law. Her career goals include working to improve the environment through policy reform and advocating for the environment and its stewards. On campus, Devon is involved with the NREN Honors Society, the Student Environmental Action Coalition, and the UNH Mock Trial Team. Devon is extremely excited to be interning this summer with Pete and Gerry’s, a 3rd generation specialty egg producing farm dedicated to the sustainability of small family farms across America and the humane treatment of animals. As an intern, she will be responsible for recording and analyzing the waste in the production process in order to reduce waste to improve their overall environmental footprint. Teaming up with an organization that shares her environmental values of maintaining small family farms, humane animal practices, and societal outreach is a great match for Devon.
Vincent Pagano is a rising junior majoring in Environmental Conservation and Sustainability, with a minor in Economics. On campus, Vincent is involved as Vice-President of UNH Pre-Law Society and Theta Chi Fraternity, spending time participating in community service and serving his brothers as the Scholarship Chair. This summer, Vincent has the opportunity to intern with BerryDunn, an accounting and management consulting firm that takes pride in its employees being leaders and innovators in protecting the natural environment through their Community Action Board. At his internship, Vincent will develop a prototype Corporate Sustainability Benchmarking Program to promote sustainability for BerryDunn’s clients. Vincent believes that change in sustainability starts from a cultural change, driven largely by business and is excited start making a difference, learning from local business leaders.
Fall 2018 Events
Part-time & Work Study Job Fair August 30th
Resume Review Day with Industry Experts September 18th
Career and Internship Fair October 4th
Career Express: Walk-In Hours
No Appointment Necessary
COLSA's St. Martin Careers Walk-in Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Rudman Hall, G11