Manage On-Campus Recruitment with Handshake
You can use Handshake to register for on-campus recruiting, request dates and times for interviews and information sessions, post open positions, schedule interviews with students and manage your interview schedules.
Setting Up Your Handshake Account
For instructions on how to register and post jobs, events and opportunities into the system, please visit: https://support.joinhandshake.com/hc/en-us/categories/202707307-Employer.
Setting Up Your Interview Schedule
Interview schedules are attached to positions by Career Services staff AFTER your job descriptions are posted. The standard, 30-minute schedule will be attached unless you request otherwise. Please email email@example.com if you need to schedule back-to-back interview blocks for each student, or if you would like to schedule your interviews with different time slots.
Student Interview Logistics
The application deadline for students to apply is 2 weeks before the on-campus interview.
Selecting Students for Interviews
- You will have 4 business days to review applications and select students whom you would like to interview.
- You will need to indicate either "interview," "alternate" or "decline" for each student in the decision field. Please do not leave the field as "undecided."
- Students selected for an interview will then receive notification to sign up for an interview time. Students you have designated as "alternate" will be able to sign up 3 days before the interview date.
- You will be able to see your schedule in HireTigers as students sign up, and the schedule should be finalized the day before your interviews.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance with scheduling on-campus recruiting efforts.
Please note that Princeton University is committed to diversity, equity and inclusivity in all hiring and employment practices and to ensuring equitable access to opportunities. All employment professionals wishing to recruit on-campus or post positions are required to work within a framework of professionally accepted recruiting, interviewing and selection techniques and guidelines. This includes the recruiting and offer policies set forth by The Office of Career Services, the Nondiscrimination Policy of Princeton University, the NACE Principles for Professional Practice and the United States Department of Labor FLSA Guidelines (as it relates to paid vs. unpaid internships).