Handshake is the place to start for all things career-related. Discover jobs and internships with over 200K employers based on your profile and interests. You can also request an appointment with a career advisor, access career development resources, and learn about upcoming events. Log in from your desktop or download the app (iOS only).
Below are some of the web-based services we provide. Hover over each logo to see a description. If you are not on campus, you may need to use the VPN solution provided by CIT in order to fully take advantage of some of these resources.
What Can I Do With This Major? provides a list of majors with links to common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities. Helpful when figuring out how to fit your major into the rest of your life.
Spotlight on Careers is a resource that makes available the best information about a wide range of popular and cutting-edge career fields of interest to liberal arts students. Contact email@example.com for login information.
Both the Going Global Country Career Guides and the USA & Canadian City Career Guides provide country-specific professional advice for job-seekers as well as corporate profiles and job and internship openings. Also includes information on H1B employers in the USA. Available on-campus or through VPN; contact the Career Development Center for additional access options.
Glassdoor offers reviews of organizations by current and former employees, as well as information about interview questions, company culture, salaries and benefits.
Use Big Interview to learn and practice interview skills, whether you’re applying for a job or graduate or professional school. You'll also get hands-on practice with mock interviews tailored to your specific industry, role, and experience level.
LinkedIn is a searchable social networking site with over 9,000 alumni. Join the "Oberlin College and Conservatory" group after you have set up your profile.
Wisr (pronounced “wiser”) is a mobile-friendly platform designed specifically to help Oberlin students find and talk with alumni who are eager to share their advice and expertise.