Asbury University students and alumni are eligible.
Handshake users have the ability to explore and find amazing job and internship opportunities. The platform changes to meet your customized needs, pushing out information that is relevant and timely based on your career interests, experiences and major. Handshake is also where you will apply for jobs, see relevant career articles, sign up for events and workshops and access the on-campus recruiting program.
The information about your major(s) was taken from your record in Asbury Portal when Handshake was launched. It is our expectation that by the start of the fall semester, your major information will be updated in real time to reflect what is in the Office of the Registrar’s database.
Minors are not yet available to be added into your profile. They can be incorporated in job search documents such as resumes or transcripts. Employers do not screen for candidates based on minor so this will not change your eligibility for any opportunity posted on Handshake.
In your Accounts tab, update your “School Year” field, and make your selection from the dropdown menu.
Any student or alumni who have access to Handshake can apply for any job in Handshake, regardless of qualifications. While no one is ever blocked from applying, you may not necessarily be fully qualified based on items such as major, GPA etc. However, you may see a system message that indicates you are missing a qualification. Please note that this will not stop you from submitting your application for any opportunity.
You may save searches by going to the job posting module in Handshake. After selecting criteria, click on the “+” button next to “Saved Searches.” Name your saved search by giving it a title you will remember. Once it is saved, you can go back to it selecting “Saved Searches” and search for the title. Unfortunately, no results can be emailed to you, but we encourage you to go into Handshake regularly to refresh the saved search.
Handshake provides a visual tutorial on how to save a search.
Handshake provides a visual tutorial on how to upload a document
For other Handshake-related questions, visit Handshake’s Help Center.