Our baccalaureate grads have a 96 percent career outcome rate! Learn more about what this means.
Career development is a lifelong process, and the Career Development office wants to connect you to your future goals and ideas as you develop and manage your career path, even in times of uncertainty. Whether it’s discovering your ideal major, engaging you in the First-Year Career Foundations Program, or connecting you to a job on campus, we want to help you identify career interests and prepare for success!
Need help? Our office provides a range of free services for students and alumni, including career counseling. If you’re looking for a job or an internship, Purple Briefcase, our career platform, helps you prepare for and search for opportunities. Activate your account today and see who’s looking to hire Fontbonne alumni. You can also schedule an appointment by calling 314-889-4516 or stopping by the Student Affairs office in Medaille Hall, first floor.
Looking to recruit Fontbonne students and alumni, or register for a career fair? Fontbonne’s online job board, Purple Briefcase, requires a very simple registry progress. Click the New Employer button to create your profile and be sure to select Fontbonne University to request access to connect with our school on the My School Connections page. The system features a modern interface and it has many features that should make it easier for our students to be notified of your opportunities and apply to them in an increasingly mobile world. Please contact us at 314-889-4516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Fontbonne University educates leaders to serve a world in need. Research the possibilities available to you with your interests, and connect early with the career development office to help you prepare for your future!
Our national award-winning First-Year Career Foundations (FCF) Program is a key component of Fontbonne’s ‘Education Focused on You’ approach to your college experience. It is designed to help you get connected, be career ready, and make realistic and satisfying choices about career goals and academic majors in an ever-changing job market. For more information about this mandatory program, click here.
Federal and non-federal work-study positions are available on campus for full-time or part-time students. Check Purple Briefcase for openings. Purple Briefcase will also be your resource for internships, part-time jobs, and full time jobs.
The Financial Aid office can help you determine your eligibility. For more information, visit the financial aid office or talk to your financial aid officer.