The Office of Career & Professional Development (CPD) is eager to stay in touch with you! Our services are still available to you, whether you're searching for your first job, looking for a change, or seeking to grow in your professional development. You are invited to access Symplicity for job postings or set up an in-person or phone appointment with us for specialized advice.
Career Development Services for St. Thomas Law Grads
Take advantage of CPD's services after you graduate! You are welcome to meet with CPD to set up a job search strategy, work on a career development plan for the next stage in your career, or simply have your resume reviewed. Schedule a meeting by calling (651) 962-4860, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Employment Information
Accurate employment statistics are important to the school and its many shareholders. If your post-graduation employment status has changed or you believe your profile with us may not be up-to-date, please send us your updated employment information to email@example.com. If you need help making an update or with anything else, please let us know. Thanks!
Ways Alumni Can Volunteer with CPD
CPD can always use your help to assist our current students in their career planning and job searches.
- Networking and Informational Interviews: One of the most significant ways you can help our current students is being willing to meet with them for informational interviews or just networking with them in the Twin Cities legal community. When students want to learn more about an area of law, a type of practice, or an employer, we would love to introduce them to alumni who can answer their questions. Whether you just graduated, have practiced for several years or have used your law degree in a non-traditional way, your perspective is valuable to a law student.
- Panel Presentations and Speaking Engagements: CPD hosts a large number of career-related events throughout the academic year. For many of these events we rely on professionals with practical experience like you, who are able to give students current, first-hand information about their area of expertise and your own personal career formation.
- Mock Interviews: To prepare students as they search for jobs, experienced attorneys conduct mock interviews with students and provide them with advice on their job search. If you have experience interviewing law students or law graduates, this is a perfect volunteer opportunity for you.