Our Purpose

In these difficult economic times, we want to offer assistance to our fellow parishioners who need to find employment. Our group is a fellowship of men and women with a common desire to become employed or seek career advancement through a Christian Forum. The Mission is to provide an ongoing Christian community for job seekers. Our primary purpose is to prepare participants to face the challenges of a new job search and to shorten the time of unemployment, underemployment or career and position changes.

Our goal is to provide assistance in the following areas:

  • Resume writing and review
  • Interview skills
  • Networking strategies
  • Job search resources
  • Resume posting
  • One-on-one professional counseling
  • Access to STM employers
  • Job search resources


Listing of job search websites

Linkedin Tutorials



"The right person will lead you to the right job. Eighty percent of all jobs exist in the hidden job market, which means you're never going to see them advertised. And over 80 percent of jobs are filled by personal referral. That is the reality." --
Ellen Gordon Reeves, author of "Can I wear my Nose Ring to the Interview"


The contact person for the STM Career Network is Deacon Jim Toolan, at or
(610) 433-7413.

Upcoming Events

Help Needed

We need parishioners who would be willing to help those seeking employment network, for advice, orientation, further contacts, and, if applicable, opportunities. Please contact Jim Toolan (see under “Contact”) if you would be open to this service.

If you have employment opportunities, please send an e-mail with a description. We will circulate, and if you wish, post on the STM career network web page.

Positions Available

Technician/Clerical Position- This position involves taking hands-on responsibility for a coil coating line. Learn more...

To Participate

To participate in STM's Career Network, please feel free to contact Jim Toolan (see under “Contact”) by mail or phone, or fill out the survey sheet and e-mail it or leave at the rectory to his attention, or fill out the online form.”