Looking to connect directly with FSU students?
The Career Center is excited to help you connect with over 40,000 students from 14 academic colleges for full-time, part-time, and experiential learning opportunities (internships, service-learning, research or creative activity, international, etc.).
Through a variety of services, programs, and resources, we support recruiters in building a thriving talent pipeline of our undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni. Need immediate assistance? Send your questions to HireANole@fsu.edu.
Advertise your open positions in Handshake, FSU's online jobs database.
With over 20 career fairs, networking events, and connection opportunities each year there are a wide range of on-campus and virtual events exposing you to potential hires.
Connect with students one-on-one or within small groups in formal or casual environments.
A survey to graduating seniors for over a decade, asking students about their post-college plans and their overall FSU experience. Beginning in 2012-2013 the University mandated the Graduating Senior Survey, resulting in response rates of over 90%.
Access Student Veteran resumes with the option to narrow down by major, GPA, and graduation date within your Handshake account: Select “Fairs,” then select “FSU Student Veterans Resume Book”
Career Liaisons are experts in working specific student populations or job seekers within industries and career fields. To maximize your reach, connect with a Career Liaison(s) today!
Career Center Staff are excited and available to work with you to plan your unique recruitment strategy including building brand awareness and hiring strategies. Through a phone call or in-person consultation, we can discuss:
- Florida State University student profile and academic programs
- Summary of recruitment services, programs, and resources
- Best practices for Handshake utilization in the recruitment process
- Ways to increase or build your organization’s brand awareness
- Connecting with student organizations and faculty
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The Florida State University (FSU) Career Center Career Center strives for open access and connections between students and employers. The FSU Career Center's Handshake job posting database is provided free of charge to employers and to student/alumni job seekers.
All hiring and compensation for work performed by employees is handled directly between the student/alumni job seeker and the employer. The FSU Career Center makes no representations or guarantees about quality of student/alumni applicants as we do not perform background checks on individuals applying for jobs. Employers and students/alumni are encouraged to request reference information from each other as needed to establish qualifications, credentials and overall fit between the employer and the applicant. All job opportunities are posted at the discretion of the FSU Career Center.
The FSU Career Center abides by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Professional Practice, the U.S. Department of Labor Guidelines, and the Fair Labor Standard’s Act for Trainees or Students. The FSU Career Center may deny and/or remove access rights for organizations that do not support the policies and procedures of NACE, Florida State University or that violate state and/or federal law.
Right of Refusal
The FSU Career Center reserves the right to deny access to any student, alumni, recruiter, vendor, employer, school, or organization from participating in any recruitment event/service including, but not limited to: on-campus and off-campus recruiting, resume referrals/books, employment postings, or career fairs.
3rd Party Recruiters and Staffing Agencies
Third-party recruiters and staffing agencies may interview, attend career fairs, or list job vacancies on Handshake for their clients only if they disclose the identity of the client in the job posting or visit/career fair request. If not disclosed, the Career Center reserves the right to decline any posting or request.
Positions that require any form of monetary commitment from students prior to employment can be posted only if the payout structure as well as any upfront costs, special fees or purchases for required training materials as a preliminary condition of employment is clearly defined and advertised within the job description.
Positions that are compensated only by commission can be posted if the payout structure is clearly defined.
Internships, both paid and unpaid, that do not comply with the U.S. Department of Labor's Fair Labor Standards Act for Trainees or Students will not be posted.
Unpaid internship postings with "for-profit" private sector employers that do not encompass the six criteria as defined by the U.S. Department of Labor's Test for Unpaid Interns will not be posted.
Part-Time/Temporary postings offering compensation lower than the U.S. Department of Labor's Guidelines for Federal Minimum Wage will not be posted. Employing organizations advertising part-time/temporary positions within the State of Florida must meet Florida Minimum Wage Rates .