Find a Job

 

Handshake is UW-Green Bay's online job search engine for enrolled students. There is a Help Center for Students that addresses many aspects of using the system. The Student Employment Office posts part-time and seasonal employment positions with campus and community employers for students in Handshake. Certain positions require Federal Work Study. Please read our disclaimer before using Handshake.

A Handshake account may already exist if you are an ENROLLED, DEGREE SEEKING student at UW-Green Bay. Login with your UW-Green Bay email address (xxxxxxxx@uwgb.edu). If you have yet to enroll in classes, please DO NOT register for an account. Accounts are created weekly based on class enrollment and invitations about registration for Handshake sent directly to a campus email address. ALUMNI: Your status as an alumnus needs to be verified before your account is approved. We suggest you email careers@uwgb.edu after you register to provide complete name, date of graduation and campus ID number at time of enrollment. More details are available on the Career Services website.

If you have difficulty accessing Handshake, please contact the Student Employment Office (920-465-2556 or studentemployment@uwgb.edu).

Other Search Options

Although Handshake is the first place we encourage students to look for openings, some campus employers list jobs on their own websites:

We also maintain a job board in the Student Services building (outside Suite 1100).

Disclaimer for Job Postings

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Office of Student Employment acts only as a referral service and makes no particular recommendations regarding employers. We make no representations or guarantees about positions posted by our office. The Office of Student Employment is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of off-campus employment. Due to the volume of jobs received by this office, we are unable to research the integrity of each organization or person that lists a job with us. Use caution when researching employment listings.  Most legitimate employers do not issue unsolicited job offers. If an opportunity sounds too good to be true, it may be fraudulent. Please notify the Office of Student Employment if you were treated unfairly by an employer, are the victim of an employment scam or question the validity of a posting.