Career Search

There are tons of job search sites that you can explore, but how do you know which one(s) will lead to the best results? Here are some job search sites that we feel will help you find your next opportunity!

Sign up or log into Handshake

Handshake is Siena Heights University’s internship & job board. It can also help students find meaningful careers by connecting you to employers who are interested in Siena students. Sign up/log in/build your profile today and allow employers to start looking for you!

Build your professional network with Linkedin

Linkedin allows you to set your career interests and filter bye experience level. Just click on the “Jobs” tab to get started. You can also let recruiters know that you are looking for new opportunities, or open to work. When using Linkedin, don’t forget to check out SHU’s Linkedin University page to connect with over 12,000 alumni!

Search for careers on Indeed

With over 300M unique visitors every month, Indeed strives to put job seekers first, giving them free access to search for jobs, post resumes, and research companies. Every day, they connect millions of people to new opportunities.

Pursue a career in higher education with HigherEdJobs

HigherEdJobs is the leading source for jobs and career information in academia. More colleges and universities trust HigherEdJobs to recruit faculty and administration than any other source. Each month their site is visited by more than 1.6 million higher education professionals who rely not only on their comprehensive list of jobs, but also on their news and career advice. This site is also beneficial to those looking for graduate/teaching assistant positions.

Find Federal employment with USAJOBS

USAJOBS connects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and around the world. As the federal government’s official employment site, USAJOBS helps the right people find the right jobs. The federal government relies on more than two-million Americans and foreign nationals to work in the civil service, and help the government fulfill its essential duties in service to the American people.

Look for internships and entry-level jobs with CollegeGrad

CollegeGrad has a vision to help make the world a better and more productive place for all by helping college students and recent college graduates gain access to the jobs that will make the most of their education, training, and experience. They serve as a great resource for job postings, in-depth career profiles, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and salary information.

Talk to hiring managers through ZipRecruiter

ZipRecruiter was founded to make meaningful connections between job seekers and employers. They empower job seekers with the tools they need to stand out and get hired. Like a personal recruiter, they track down relevant opportunities in their marketplace, proactively pitch job seekers to hiring managers at top companies, and deliver updates along the way.

Apply for a job with confidence through Glassdoor

Glassdoor is a thriving community for workplace conversations, driven by a simple mission: helping people everywhere find jobs and companies they love. Since 2007, Glassdoor has been a proud champion of transparency in the workplace. Their growing community stretches across 20 countries, where companies and talent can tap into their market-specific insights to find the right fit.

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