- Center for Career Excellence
Every summer, St. Lawrence students immerse themselves in the North Country community while working alongside local organizers, advocates, farmers, and business leaders, thanks to the St. Lawrence University Public Interest Corps (SLUPIC).
Students seeking a great education with excellent career preparation and return on investment will find St. Lawrence University among a select group named to The Princeton Review’s list of “Best Value Colleges” for 2023. The popular rankings publication narrowed down the list to 209 institutions from a total of over 650 surveyed.
Members of the Classes of 2025 and 2026 will have the opportunity to work with a dedicated Laurentian mentor as part of the LINC Mentor Program over the course of the 2023-24 academic year.
Students who have secured unpaid or underpaid internships are eligible to apply for funding from our Internship Fellowship program.
In October 2022, Laurentians in the Burlington, Vermont, area helped students acquire professional connections and competencies, obtain information on career and industry options, and explore different geographical work environments.
Alexa Smith '23 wasn't sure what academic path to choose at St. Lawrence. With the support of her LINC mentor, she followed her passion for English, discovering an aptitude for research and uncovering the powerful impact North Country women had throughout history and the Adirondack park.
The Center for Career Excellence launched Saints Accelerate, a career development and preparation program designed to help students discover various career paths and possibilities, strengthen their networking abilities and confidence, and of course, have some fun.
On the day of my interview for a summer internship that would allow me to explore my interests in finance and real estate, I stepped into a private room in the Center for Career Excellence and reviewed my prep material.