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Handshake

Handshake has arrived at Drexel

The job you've been looking for is one click away! Handshake has arrived at Drexel.

We understand how important the job search is to our graduating seniors and recent alums. That is why we want to help with the process. Whether you are just beginning your job search or have already been sharing your résumé, Handshake will be your resource to review and apply for your perfect full-time position!

Handshake is a job board filled with full-time positions posted by employers interested in you. With Handshake, you can easily access a large pool of employers and their job postings, as well as other enhanced features — all right at your fingertips. Check out Handshake today.

Gaining Access to Handshake

If you are a current student, you should have received login information via e-mail. You can also gain access to Handshake by doing the following: Once you are on Drexel's Handshake page, select "Drexel University - Student Login" under Drexel's logo to get started and complete your profile. If you have any questions about how to access this resource, contact Helene Stockman-Baer at hms372@drexel.edu.

If you are a recent alumnus seeking to access Handshake, you can register for a Handshake account and complete your profile to make the best impression. A team member from the Steinbright Career Development Center will approve your alumni request.

Red Flags: How to Identify a Potentially Fraudulent Employer or Posting

The Steinbright Career Development Center explicitly makes no guarantees about job listings or the accuracy of the information provided by employers. While the Steinbright Career Development Center strives to keep fraudulent and scam postings off Handshake via a vetting process, it is the responsibility of students to perform due diligence in researching employers when applying for or accepting off-campus employment and to thoroughly research the facts and reputation of each organization to which they are applying. 

If you have encountered a fraudulent posting, company or organization, please contact Steinbright at 215.895.2185 or email scdc@drexel.edu so the posting can be investigated and appropriate action can be taken. To avoid fraudulent job postings, Handshake has tips to ensure you know what to look out for on their Understanding Job Postings page.