Career ConneXions

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Week of Feb. 25 - Career ConneXions Week

Education Series: Finding a Career Path

Engineering Round Table

First-Ever Career ConneXions Week at St. X draws more than 150 students!

See the Replay videos below.

THANK YOU to all the students and Alumni who participated and made the week a success!

St. Xavier Experiential Learning Program (aka 'Career ConneXions')

St. Xavier is happy to announce an exciting new opportunity that can help shape the lives of St. Xavier students. Career ConneXions looks to deepen a students' understanding and learning through hands-on experiences and 'live' interactions. The St. Xavier Career ConneXions Program has a vision to connect students with outside adults (Alumni and Parents) in various professional fields as a means of discerning their passion and area of focus for college degrees and ultimately career choice.

What is offered in the Career ConneXions Program?

As some of you may be aware, we have sought opportunities for speakers from various industries through the Entrepreneurship Club and classroom-led events, as well as engaged young professionals through our annual Career Day. You can expect these activities to continue, and be strengthened by the additional formation of a program that will offer summer internships (paid and un-paid), shadow day experiences, and mentoring opportunities for our students. Additionally, a curriculum to provide job-readiness skills such as interviewing, networking, and resume/cover letter writing will be offered.

What can you expect?

We are offering an educational class and a speaker event monthly during flex. We have launched the Mentoring Program and Shadow Day Experiences. We are leveraging the existing school calendar to take advantage of 'off' days. Summer internship opportunities will target Summer 2019. Each event will be well publicized through existing communication channels at school and through email (e.g. Principal's Weekly).

How can you get involved?

For Adult Volunteers: We would like to encourage participation by seeking your input on where you (and/or your company) can get involved. As stated, there are a variety of ways to be involved, from a simple skype session, informational phone call, shadow day, up to and including a sponsored and paid summer internship. Click here to see a description of the opportunities and let us know where you and your company can have an impact.

For St. X Students: This program has so much to offer as you plan your future. It's an exciting time to be part of this ground-breaking program. Click here to see a description of the opportunities available and let us know where you want to get involved.

We believe this program comes at a critical time in our students' journey to discover their life's mission with the benefit of learning from those who have experience and wisdom to share.

As Men and Women for Others, we thank you in advance for playing a vital role in shaping our next generation of St. Xavier leaders.


A mentorship is a one-to-one relationship that provides "hands-on" learning and coaching based on a student’s degree or career interest. The mentor relationship generally lasts for multiple months, and frequency of the meetings can be determined by the mentor/mentee partners.

Program guidelines
Mentee self-assessment goals worksheet

Summer Internship

A multi-week summer experience where a student is given a short-term role (full or part-time) with concrete deliverables and performance expectations. An internship can be paid or un-paid. More details coming soon on the opportunities and interview dates.

Education Series

Job Shadow Program

A short-term experience where a student will follow or “shadow” an employee as he/she performs normal work activities. Typically, job shadowing is a half-day or a full-day field experience or tour of a business or organization. We have many slots open for 2018 job shadow experiences!

If you are an interested student, you can Sign-Up using this link:

Interviewing Techniques Part 1


Interviewing Techniques Part 2


Careers in the FBI