is the SBU Career Center’s online recruiting database. Using this career networking
site, you can look for jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities. You can also
search for employers, attend a job fair, or sign up for a career development workshop.
This video will introduce you to on-campus student employment. Learn what types of
positions are available, how to find a job that is right for you, and how to search
for jobs on Handshake.
After logging into Handshake, you will see tabs at the top of the page.
You will now see "Filters." Once you select this, you will need to click on the "On
Campus" job type. This will show you all of the currently available jobs on campus.
Federal Work Study positions will have "FWS" or "Work Study" in the job title.
After logging into Handshake you will see tabs at the top of the page.
Then click on "Filters." Scroll down to "Labeled by your school" and type in "on-campus
internships." Hit "see" to view all available on-campus internships.
After logging into Handshake, you will see tabs at the top of the page
Then select "Find Career Fairs"
Click on the fair you would like to attend. You should be able to register and view
more information about the fair. You can view information such as which employers
will be attending and what positions they are hiring for.
Fill out your student profile - this allows employers to search for you and message
you for potential opportunities.
Check job postings frequently - jobs are updated daily. Just because you do not see
the one you like today does not mean you won't see one tomorrow!
Search jobs and internships by industry or career community, not by major. Companies
tend to post opportunities based on industry, rather than a specific major.
Save your resume and other application materials as a PDF. If you submit your resume
to a job as a Word document, the formatting may be viewed differently on a hiring