HANDSHAKE FOR FACULTY
Login using your @iu.edu credentials to view the job board, recommend jobs to students, and review employers registered for upcoming career fairs.
How to register:
- Go to app.joinhandshake.com/register
- Enter your .edu email address and other basic info
- Career Services will need to approve your account. You will receive an email once approved.
- Login to your account! Build your “profile” with a representative student population in mind so you see the most relevant job postings
See this help article for a step-by-step guide with photos (the article is for alumni account creation which is the same process)
CAREER IN THE CLASSROOM
Student success is the mutual goal of both the Office of Career Services and School of Public Health-Bloomington faculty. Faculty and staff have a powerful impact on the career paths, plans, and goals of their students. We recognize and appreciate the unique relationship faculty and staff have developed with their students and welcome the opportunity to work collaboratively to help students achieve their career goals. Our services are designed to assist undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni in the following areas:
- Career Exploration and Self-Assessment
- Internship and Job Search Strategies
- Identifying Graduate/Professional Schools and Navigating the Admissions Process
- Developing and Critiquing Resumes, Curricula Vitae, and Cover Letters
- Developing and Critiquing Personal Statements and Statements of Purpose
- Interview Preparation
- Job Offer Evaluation and Negotiation
- Networking and Professionalism
INTEGRATE CAREER DEVELOPMENT INTO CURRICULUM
The Office of Career Services can assist faculty and instructors in the creation of career related assignments, extra credit opportunities, or classroom activities that will assist students with defining their career goals, articulate skills, and develop their job search materials. Please e-mail us to discuss ways to incorporate these topics into an upcoming class.
REQUEST A WORKSHOP OR PRESENTATION
The Office of Career Services is always happy to present on a career related topic in the classroom. Presentations could be a simple 15 minute introduction to Career Services offerings for students or a full presentation or workshop on a specific topic. We will work closely with the faculty and instructors to meet the needs of their classroom.
Common presentation and workshop topics include but are not limited to:
- Professional Application Materials that Get Results (Resume (or CV), Cover Letter, and References)
- I Have an Interview: Now What?!
- Preparing for and Navigating Career Fairs
- Group Interpretation of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator
- Grad/Prof School – Is it Right for Me? How to Get In.
- Transitioning from Student to Professional
- Your Online Image: Navigating Social Media in the Job Search
- It’s All About Who You Know: The Importance of Networking
Integrate a culture of ongoing career development into your course syllabus. Consider adding one or all of the following paragraphs to direct students to the right Indiana University career resources.
“Handshake is Indiana University’s college-to-career resource—your one-stop shop for building your career. Use Handshake to discover opportunities, connect to employers, submit applications, schedule with career coaches and advisors, and register to attend career fairs and other career-focused events. This service is for all Indiana University students – both undergraduate and graduate. Your student profile is pre-loaded and ready for you to complete. Log in at Handshake at https://app.joinhandshake.com/schools/1576 to get started.”
“Employers and graduate programs seek recent graduates who are career ready and demonstrate critical competencies. Career readiness is the attainment and demonstration of requisite competencies that broadly prepare college graduates for a successful transition into the workplace (National Association of Colleges and Employers, 2016). Many competencies have been integrated into the course and grading rubrics. The key competencies for career readiness include:
- Career & Self-Development
- Critical Thinking
- Equity & Inclusion
Students will be assessed on career readiness competencies in the classroom and in the grading process. Beyond this course, students are encouraged to utilize the Office of Career Services to assist with their career planning.”