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Transition to Handshake

Redhawk Network is now powered by Handshake, an innovative and more intuitive technology platform to better serve students and employers.

 

CHANGES

Due to the centralized nature of the new platform, Student Financial Services will not be able to post jobs for you and therefore you will need to post jobs directly onto Handshake. While this might not seem ideal, our hope is that you find this new system to be more robust and user-friendly.

Helpful tip:

When creating your account, you must use your SU email, this will prompt Handshake to give you access to the Seattle University On-Campus Employment option when selecting the employer you are associated with.
 

POST A JOB AND/OR INTERNSHIP

We maintain an online database of jobs, internships and career events. The Redhawk Network, powered by Handshake, is a resource for current students and alumni. All companies are invited to post jobs and internships at no cost.

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For assistance:

Student Financial Services Albers Placement Center Career Services

Alea Frankwick
Financial Aid Counselor
studentemployment@seattleu.edu
(206) 220-8020

apc@seattleu.edu
(206) 296-5687

Contact Us

Partner with Us

 

We welcome the opportunity to partner with faculty and staff to design services and workshops specific to your students' needs.

Support the Professional Formation of Students:

  • Request a workshop or presentation in your class/to your student group
  • Have a career advisor give a 5-10 min introduction to Career Services
  • Collaborate with Career Services on a program
  • Incorporate career-related information into one or more of your class/training sessions
  • Refer students to our Express Advising and one-on-one appointments
  • Invite Career Services to a faculty meet & greet or faculty/staff meeting
  • Send employer referrals and job postings to Career Services
  • Announce our career events to your students

Engage your students in Career Events:

Professional Development or Industry Nights - A panel of alumni from your program network with students to give career decision making and job search strategy advice.

The Redhawk Network - Log in to your faculty/staff account in the Redhawk Network to help advise students on employers, jobs/internships or upcoming career events. To learn more about how to navigate your Faculty/Staff Redhawk Network account, log in to your account and explore the system. If you have questions regarding the site, please contact our office.

Employer Info Sessions - Relevant employers come to campus to speak about their company/organization, opportunities, offer advice about job/internship applications and answer questions for students.

On Campus Interviews - students attend interviews for internships and/or full-time jobs

Professional In Residence - Invite alumni from key employers and industries of interest to your students to meet on campus for an informational interview, mock interview or resume critique.

Internship Fair - Students explore internship opportunities and make direct connections to quality employers. (February)

Etiquette Dinner - Students learn and experience business setting protocol training. (February)

Spring Job and Internship Fair and Business & Engineering Career Fair - Students and alumni connect with employers from a variety of fields to find career/internship opportunities (April & October)