Looking for an internship experience? Handshake is Marian University's web-based job board. It lists a variety of open positions for students and alumni throughout the state and country.
All on-campus positions for students—as well as federal work-study openings—are also posted on Handshake. If you are interested in an opening, please apply through Handshake in order to be considered as a candidate.
Additionally, you can browse many job search strategies and additional job and internship boards on the Job search strategies page.
Contact The Exchange if you have questions or technical difficulties.
Get Handshake on your mobile device to browse hundreds of current jobs and internship openings.
If you are seeking approval to earn credit for an internship, remember that you must touch base with your faculty internship advisor and/or The Exchange before the internship begins. Students in the College of Arts and Sciences should speak with their advisor to see who the faculty internship advisor is in their discipline.
Request an appointment with an Exchange career coach on Handshake for additional help gaining internship approval.
Students earning academic credit for their internship at Marian University are expected to follow university guidelines for public health and safety at their work site in addition to the internship host organization's policies and local mandates for public health. This includes the student intern filling out a health assessment "shield" on CampusShield app daily before reporting to their shift at their internship location, if the experience is in-person and not virtual.
Basic guidelines for workplace safety during the pandemic include:
If you encounter a situation where your workplace doesn't have the resources to create a space where you can follow university guidelines and local health mandates for any reason, reach out to us and we can discuss solutions.
Feeling nervous about starting that new internship? Unsure how to navigate digital resources for a virtual internship? Check out the below resources to brush up on your professional skills.
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