Community service and civic engagement are two hallmarks of the Saint Anselm student body and why the college is listed among the Princeton Review's "Colleges With a Conscious." The college is always looking for opportunities to collaborate and partner with individuals and organizations in ways that further the public good or provide real life experience for our students. Whether it's providing career and community service opportunities, career presentations, or mentoring students, business and community involvement is welcomed and appreciated.
The Meelia Center mobilizes student talent and energy to assist 14 community partnerships and more than 30 community service agencies throughout Greater Manchester. Annually some 850 students, faculty, and staff volunteer more than 16,000 community service hours. If you have a service project or are looking for support for your organization or a community service initiative, please contact the Meelia Center at (603) 641-7108 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Corporate Partners program provides scholarship funding for the most talented Saint Anselm College students with financial need. Corporate Partners also enjoy enhanced networking opportunities, through events like the CEO Breakfast Series-an opportunity for business leaders to network, share ideas, and stay ahead of management trends. Other benefits include access to students for recruiting for employment and internships.
Saint Anselm College's Office of Career Services (OCS) offers a variety of free services to employers interested in hiring students and graduates. These include information session tables, listing jobs with the OCS office, scheduling on-campus interviews, and resume collection.
The Internship Office collaborates with organizations seeking to provide internship opportunities for Saint Anselm students. If you would like to submit an internship opportunity for our students, consider becoming an internship site.
This popular program enables students to spend their spring break living and working with the poor. The "hands on" nature of the program provides participants with an opportunity to build and renovate homes, to work in various small construction projects, as well as to visit families and individuals in the community. Direct financial or in-kind support that allows students to undertake this service to poor communities is always appreciated.