UNLV Career Services is committed to collaborating with faculty, staff, and departments across campus to prepare and support career-ready students and alumni. Providing excellent and inclusive career education is a community effort and we appreciate your commitment to ensuring every student can fulfill their personal and professional goals.
Post a Job on Handshake
- Once your employer account is set up correctly (see the guide on how to get started on Handshake), you’ll be able to use it to post on-campus jobs.
- To post a job on Handshake, click the tab on the left hand side of your Handshake homepage that says “Jobs.”
- From the “Jobs” page, click on the blue button that says “Create Job.” The Handshake job builder will lead you through the process to complete your job posting.
- Make sure to indicate if this position is work-study or non-work study eligible.
Login to Handshake
Become a Mentor
Rebels Forward is a brand-new mentorship program designed to provide a longer-term relationship between UNLV students and industry professionals. The online system provides checkpoints, easy-to-follow guides, and step-by-step resources to grow the relationship into an effective and meaningful mentorship.
Learn More About Rebels Forward
Create a Micro-Internship
The UNLV Micro-Internship program is a short-term experiential opportunity designed to provide students a chance to work in a project-based learning environment while exploring potential career paths and industries.
Learn More About Micro-Internships
Request an Interactive Workshop
Add us to your Syllabus
We encourage faculty/staff to promote Career Services as a resource in your syllabus. Please use this blurb in your syllabus:
Your career starts on your first day at UNLV! Career Services is here to help you design your life, find a job or internship, and plan your career. Visit our website, set up your Handshake account, and bookmark the UNLV Career Toolkit. You can find us in SSC-A, Suite 201, call us at 702-895-3495, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also include the Career Readiness Competencies (NACE, 2019) in your syllabus to help students identify and articulate the skills they develop through their coursework.