University Communications & Marketing | 02/28/2024
The 2024 Career Expo will be held on April 4 in the Maurice Stokes Athletics Center is open to students of all majors, from any college or university, and to the general public.
University Communications & Marketing | 04/06/2023
Employers are having a hard time finding leaders who possess the soft skills needed to be successful. Join us as we evaluate eight qualities of an effective leader.
University Communications & Marketing | 03/23/2023
The competencies required of advanced HR professionals have grown increasingly complex. Join us as we outline what you’ll need to move forward in your HR career path.
Career Services & Alumni Engagement | 10/13/2022
SFU welcomes more than 100 alumni and community mentors to campus Oct. 17- 22. The event is an excellent way for current students to benefit from the professional expertise of past graduates, many of whom are returning to campus for Homecoming celebrations that weekend.
Saint Francis will partner with Mount Aloysius, University of Pitt Johnstown, Penn Highlands Community College and the Southcentral Pennsylvania Health Education Center on March 23 to host a Virtual Job Fair. Interested students or alumni can sign up for 5-10 minute appointment slots now on a first-come, first-serve basis through 11 a.m. the day of the event. Details are here: https://www.francis.edu/Spring-Virtual-Job-Fair/ The fair will provide students the opportunity to connect with potential employers through video conferencing and voice calls. Due to the virtual format, a wider range of
SFU First Destination Report | 10/05/2019
A position as an AmeriCorps Environmental Steward awaited Madeline Berry after she graduated with a B.A. in History in 2016. Her major allowed her to cultivate an awareness of current environmental problems and their connection to the past giving her a unique perspective on climate issues.
Nicholas Redden is a 2018 SFU graduate and a physical therapist with the Cleveland Clinic in outpatient sports rehabilitation. Here, the Clearfield County native recounts the path that lead him to Saint Francis and what he’s been up to since graduation.