Posting Jobs and Internships on ​Handshake

Post your position on Handshake, Marian University's online job board for hiring our students and alumni. See below for instructions to get you started as a recruiter on our system, the recommended method for reaching potential candidates.

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Hiring a Marian University Intern

Students from some disciplines at Marian University require internships to be processed through Handshake. In order to support your intern in achieving academic credit for his or her work at your organization, please keep the following in mind:

  • The internship must be posted on Handshake registering as an employer. Be sure to mark the position as an internship, not a full-time or part-time position.
  • At the conclusion of the internship, you will be asked to complete a performance evaluation for the student. Please offer quality feedback, both for the student and for The Exchange so we can better support our interns in the future.

If you have any additional questions, please contact The Exchange.​


For more information

The Exchange
(317) 955-6500

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