Online Job Listings
When it comes time to search for jobs and internships, you have a number of powerful resources at your fingertips. Some are reserved for the Princeton community. Others are available to the general public. We encourage you to use both to your advantage.
For Princeton Students
Handshake contains internship and job postings, information about on-campus interviews, event information, helpful resources and more. You can manage and track your on-campus recruitment activities using this tool. To use Handshake, you will need to log on using your princeton.edu email address. The positions posted in Handshake have been reviewed by Career Services staff to ensure compliance to posting policies.
A posting site featuring part-time, summer, and entry-level job/internship opportunities.
A variety of internships and summer programs are available only to Princeton students through various University offices and Princeton-affiliated programs.
Public Internship & Job Posting Sites
Industry-specific job sites may prove helpful, especially if you are targeting a particular field. We have compiled a list of popular industry resources to help you uncover potential opportunities.
Popular Job Boards
There are many large employment websites in the U.S. Some allow you to create profiles, and provide job alerts and resources.
- Monster: Extensive listings across industries, plus resume, job search and interview resources.
- Career Builder: Explore more than 1.6 million listings.
- Indeed: Aggregates listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and organization sites.
- LinkedIn: Post your profile, search for openings, connect with recruiters and network in one place.
- LinkedIn Student Jobs: A job search tool just for students.
- Simply Hired: Millions of listings, stats on top employers and salary data.
- JuJu: A “job search engine”, which offers a single point of access to jobs from thousands of sites.
Have your sights set further afield? Explore jobs and internships by country.