Handshake is an online platform to connect students and employers that capitalizes aspects of the social web to connect students and employers. Students can use it to follow employers’ activities, discover opportunities and events, and schedule appointments with their Career Coach. Students can also make their profile visible so that employers can seek them out for opportunities. Employers can register for career events, join our Partners Program, and post opportunities. Get started by logging in.
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BEAM, Stanford Career Education stands for Bridging Education, Ambition, and Meaningful work. Your generous gift will support the many programs and services that help connect students with meaningful opportunities and professional communities. These efforts include BEAM's 12 customized career fairs, industry mixers and treks, Design Your Life courses, career exploration conferences, networking mixers, career matching apps, alumni in residence programs, and the Stanford Alumni Mentoring (SAM) program.
You can make a gift by going to this link and entering "BEAM (HAJTR.HBZW)" in the Special Instructions/Other Designation field on the form: http://giving.stanford.edu/goto/writeingift. For more information, please contact Dr. Farouk Dey, Dean of Career Education and Associate Vice Provost, at 650-725-1789 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Begin building your personalized network early in your Stanford career. By gaining clarity of your skills and interests and exploring various career fields, you are more likely to be successful in understanding and obtaining your future career goals. Browse our website, log-in to Handshake, and meet with a Career Coach to learn about opportunities that will help you on your journey toward meaningful work.
By canceling your appointment at least 24 to 48 hours in advance you give your peers an opportunity to have an appointment that might be otherwise difficult to get.
You can expect to discuss the career-related issue(s) that are most important to you. Your Career Coach has the knowledge and expertise to assist and guide you in your career-related goals and aspirations for meaningful work.
For a list of upcoming career fairs visit: Handshake
To register visit: Handshake and select your event from the list of upcoming programs.
You can post your job in Handshake. The first step is to create a Handshake employer account. Once you are logged in, you should see the 'Create a Job' button in the center of your screen on the left.
Having trouble? Click the Help button to contact Handshake tech support.
We have 3 options for locations that can be used for recruiting events. You can contact these locations directly to arrange your event. Please be sure to let us know the details so we can market your event!
Handshake is our key platform for information dissemination including job and internship postings and employer events.
Our Partners Program is a great way to get extra exposure.
Handshake allows customizable searching of students by class level, major, graduation year, and more. Resumes for these students can be generated in bulk to a PDF document.
Because of these search features, we will no longer be providing a resume book as a service.
· Become a partner for invitations to special events and check with your industry consultant for other potential points of connection.
· Stanford University also has Corporate Affiliate Programs connecting employers to faculty research projects, fellowships, scholarships and other academic department opportunities.
There are opportunities for "mentoring moments" with our many events and programs open to employers (ie. Career Treks, networking, panels, career expert meet ups.) Alumni employees may participate in our Stanford Alumni Mentoring Program.
There are two ways to receive help from Handshake.
1. Contact them via email at email@example.com
2. Inside the program, click help at the top right corner, and choose ‘contact support.’ This will open a help ticket and someone from Handshake will contact you.