of Adult and Professional Education
Counseling & Career Services
and Academic Counseling
The advisors in the School of Adult and Professional
Education understand the unique needs of adults who are enrolled in a
challenging degree or
certificate program while holding fulltime or parttime jobs,
raising families, commuting, and taking an active role in their communities.
available for individual counseling to help adult students streamline
their academic lives and develop strategies for professional advancement
and personal success.
If you have any questions
concerning these services, please call (718) 3990373.
Career, Academic & Counseling Links
The following sites listed in the linked page are provided for your information. St. Joseph's is not responsible for the content or changes in content on these sites. If you have further questions or would like to report a problem, please email:
National Association Of Colleges and Employers
Employers interested in publicizing opportunities within
their companies may complete our Internship/Job
If you would like to participate
in our upcoming Career Fair, please complete our Career Fair
The Counseling Office, located in Lorenzo Hall, offers students and alumni computerized,
printed, and video materials. Resources include career reference books and CDs,
and graduate school guides. Career advancement video tapes are also available.
Graduate School and Career Information Advisement
Advisement for law school, and other professional programs is available, as
well as graduate testing preparation information for the GRE, LSAT and GMAT.
An Annual Job Fair is held during the fall semester and a Graduate School Open
House is held during the spring semester.
Career Search Courses
Career Search I (EDU 180) and Career Search II (EDU 181) are one-credit courses
that feature the development of resume writing, interviewing and career research
skills, as well as interest and personality inventories and other vital aspects
of the career search.
and aptitude testing and interpretation are also utilized in GS 400 Adults in
Transition and GS 110 Portfolio and Career Development Seminar. Specific inventories
used in these classes are the Self-Directed Search, Strong Interest Inventory,
Measures of Psychological Development, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, and the
Career Occupational Preference System.
Practicums and internships
are available for students who wish to explore new careers or enhance their
current positions in the health and business fields.
Services for Students
It is the policy of St. Joseph's College not to discriminate on the basis of
disability in its education programs, admissions policies, employment policies,
financial aid or other school administered programs.
Students needing any kind
of assistance due to a disability should contact the Office. Volunteers are
available for tutoring and arrangements may be made for additional test-taking
time, note-takers, readers, tape-recorders in class, and early course registration.
Qualified students with
disabilities include those with a physical, visual, hearing, mental, emotional
or learning disability who have been accepted by the College.