Parents & Families

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Welcome Parents and Families!

St. Martin Career Office works with students from the onset to embed career development into their academics, and students use their coursework and experiential learning in the form of research, internships, community and collegiate involvement as a vehicle for articulating skills, competencies and value within their chosen industry and graduate schools. Through a variety of resources, we assist students in articulating their career goals and creating well-informed strategies for success.


The Wildcat Way to Professional Success

Wildcat Way


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Attend campus-wide career events including Career Fairs, Resume Review Days, and Interview Days
  • Participate in presentations and workshops led by Career and Professional Success professionals
  • Stop by walk-in hours for a resume or cover letter review, or general questions
  • Make an appointment with a career professional

  • First Time Career Appointment to learn about resources
  • Interest Assessments
  • Careers for your major
  • Career and Job Search Skills
  • Searching and Applying to Internships
  • Graduate School Applications
  • Networking/LinkedIn
  • Resume/Cover Letters
  • Interview Skills
  • Mock Interviews
  • Salary negotiation 

Contact Information

Lori Dameron, Director
Rudman Hall, G06A
Phone: (603) 862-1082

Melissa Capen, Senior Career Advisor
Rudman Hall, G06
Phone: (603) 862-1432

Laura Long, Career Advisor
Rudman Hall, G06
Phone: (603) 862-2505

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