The founders of the school are inspired by the name of St. Cajetan, the patron saint of the job seekers.

St. Cajetan was an Italian Catholic priest who had a great heart for the poor. His compassion for the unfortunate became so great that he decided to set up a bank to offer them trainings and alternative livelihood, and also to offer an alternative to usurers (loan sharks). That bank is now called Bank of Naples. He was canonized by Pope as Patron Saint of Job Seekers, or those looking for work because of his general concern with those who had difficulties finding a job. So you’ll know who you should direct your job search prayers to when the going get’s tough.