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Handshake is USF's online career management platform for college recruiting. You’ll be able easily upload your resume, search and apply for full-time jobs and internships, register for on-campus workshops and events, and schedule career counseling appointments.
USF participates in two Internship Exchanges, in which you will find listings across the nation for students and alumni. The internships listed are exchanged among 30+ participating Universities including Boston College, Notre Dame, Princeton, MIT, Yale, USC, and Harvard University.
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GoinGlobal USA & Canada City Career Guides fast-track finding employment opportunities within the largest and most dynamic metropolitan areas in North America. Each City Career Guide contains recommended web sites, professional resources and reliable statistics.
GoinGlobal Country Career Guides are the ultimate international job seeker’s guide! Packed with country-specific information, this massive research tool contains more than 80,000 resources for finding international employment at home and abroad. Each guide has been developed by a local career specialist and is updated annually.
Glassdoor for Students is a free job search resource customized to meet the specific needs of college students and includes career overview pages, companies hiring new grads, and entry-level and internship search.
You can also peruse Glass Door in these 11 countries:
- Belgium (French-Belgian or Dutch language)
- Canada (English or French language)
- Switzerland (Swiss-French or German language)
- United Kingdom
A job search tool for USF Nursing Students
USF On-Campus Jobs
This is a link to Student Employment for on-campus jobs. On-Campus jobs are listed by Student Enrollment Services NOT the Career Services Center. For more information contact Student Enrollment Services.
One Less Thing
One Less Thing is an exclusive platform for college students to find one-off gigs and part-time jobs that fit their busy schedules. Students earn money, make connections and build their resume!
Fraudulent Job Postings
Fraudulent job posters are becoming increasingly more clever. Here are some good tips to help you identify a fraudulent job posting:
- You are asked to give your credit card or bank account numbers, or copies of personal documents - but you get nothing in return. (NEVER share this kind of personal information unless you are well down the interview path, are receiving an offer, and have had personal, face-to-face meetings with company representatives and recruiters.)
- You are asked to send a payment by wire service or courier.
- You are offered a large payment or reward in exchange for allowing the use of your bank account - often for depositing checks or transferring money.
- You receive an unexpectedly large check.
- If you believe you have identified a fraudulent job posting, please contact USF Career Services at (415) 422-6216.