There are thousands of available sites, but what are the best job search tools given your goals? We help you select the best and avoid the rest.
Jesuit Consortium: If you are looking for jobs or internships outside the Philadelphia area, you may gain access to reciprocal career services offered to students attending other Jesuit schools. Click here to learn more, then email email@example.com to request reciprocal services from a school on the list.
CareerShift: helps you identify employers who match your specific geographic, industry, and employment goals, all while helping you “crack the hidden job market”. Access a link to your confidential CareerShift account by logging-in to Handshake and clicking on "Career Center" and then "Resources." Click here for tips for using CareerShift effectively.
Leadership Development and Rotational Programs: Interested in these types of programs? This resource, created by Columbia University Center for Career Education allows you to identify and explore programs by industry.
Whether you’re looking for full-time or internship opportunities to advance your career or a part-time job for cash in your pocket, Handshake can help. Visit Handshake to:
- Apply to full-time, part-time, internship, volunteer/service and on campus job opportunities.
- Gather information about Career Fairs
- Upload your resume for a critique
- Get details and RSVP for Career Events
- Apply for On-Campus Interview opportunities
- Research and follow companies
Tools, Sites, and Apps
The Career Development Center provides the below list of tools, apps, and websites to help you with your career goals. The terms of service that are outlined on each site are exclusive of Saint Joseph’s University and the Career Development Center and we provide links as resources only.
CareerShift helps you identify employers who match your specific geographic, industry, and employment goals, all while helping you “crack the hidden job market”. Access CareerShift using the arrow below, or by logging-in to Handshake and clicking on "Career Center" and then "Resources." Click here for tips for using CareerShift effectively.