Welcome to the Career Crossings Office

Here we connect, inspire, and empower students and graduates in their career pursuits.

While at Saint Mary's, you will discover exceptional opportunities to learn what it takes to become a highly regarded and motivated professional. Our workshops, career events, and counseling sessions have helped Saint Mary's students achieve incredible successes.

Our Office Leads to Success

Below are a few examples of graduates who have found career success by accessing services through the Career Crossings Office.

  • Mary Byrne Mary lives in Chicago, and is working as a Client Project Manager with Accenture, a Fortune 500 company. At Saint Mary’s, Mary took advantage of career counseling and other workshops. Today she is part of a dynamic office in the finance industry. Mary Byrne ’16 Communication Studies
  • Leticia Torres Leticia is a Financial Analyst with Eli Lilly and Company. Currently living in Indianapolis, Indiana, Leticia credits the Career Crossing Office with helping her stand out in the highly competitive analyst market. Leticia Torres ’20 Business Administration with a concentration in Finance
  • Heather DiLallo Pine Heather is an Associate Scientist at Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati, Ohio. "Saint Mary's gave me a space to learn how to use my voice as a strong communicator and believe in myself as a technical leader in my field." Heather DiLallo Pine ’19 Dual Degree: Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
  • Moira LeMay Living in Washington D.C. as a management analyst with the U.S. Department of Defense/U.S. Army, Moira felt more than prepared to enter her role as an Army Civilian. Moira LeMay ’20 Psychology
  • Chisom Igwe Chisom is a software engineer for Reddit in San Francisco, California. Chisom Igwe ’17 Computational and Applied Mathematics
  • Ruby Truong Ruby is an international tax senior consultant with Deloitte in Chicago, IL. Ruby Truong ’17 Accounting and Management Information Systems
of our students participate in internships and field experience.
of our students are employed full-time, enrolled in graduate school, or engaged in other full-time activity within one year of graduation.
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