Internships and Research
St. Kate's has an active career development office, a strong alumnae network and generous faculty with professional contacts they will readily share with you. Our students gain a competitive edge for graduate school and their professional career through the:
Assistantship Mentoring Program (AMP)
AMP is an innovative, paid work-and-learning experience that pairs students in their junior or senior year with faculty or staff mentors on a specific project. Student Katherine Casanova worked with Professor Bill McDonough on a project focused on “Latin Text Today.” Learn more about AMP in our University magazine, SCAN.
St. Kate’s Student-Faculty Collaborative Undergraduate Research Program provides funding for research partnerships during the academic year and in the summer at St. Kate's Summer Scholars' Institute.
Myser Initiative on Catholic Identity
St. Kate’s Myser Initiative on Catholic Identity annually brings guest speakers to campus. These presenters have included Therese Schroeder-Sheker, composer and founder of music-thanatology, who spoke about “Music, Spirituality and Palliative Medicine: Contemplative Musicianship in the Care of the Dying.”
The student-led Theology Club promotes education and dialogue on theology and religion among students of all faiths and backgrounds. Club activities include hosting Passover Seder with congregants from Mount Zion Temple in St. Paul.
St. Kate's has the Antonian Scholar Honors Program and more than 24 honors societies, including Theta Alpha Kappa, the national theology honor society. Learn more about the honors programs.