Handshake - Career Search
Ready to recruit a Wave? We invite you to post internship and employment opportunities easily and at no charge through Handshake, our online career management platform. By posting your positions on Handshake, you will be reaching thousands of students, graduate students, and alumni from Pepperdine University. Find the perfect candidate for your company or organization by signing up today!
- Go to http://pepperdine.joinhandshake.com
- Select "Employer" Login
- Login using your Handshake credentials OR click "Need an Account?"
- When setting up your account, select your company from the existing list or set up a new employer profile
- Complete your personal user profile
- Post internships and jobs or request to attend events
- Use the "Help" tool at the top, right of the page if you need assistance, or call 310.506.4184.
Can I fax/mail my job listing or call the Career Center to list my job?
Due to the number of job postings submitted each day, Pepperdine University does not post any paper listings, nor do we accept job listings by phone or fax. All jobs and internships must be posted on Handshake.
How do I create an employer profile on Handshake?
Handshake has created a handy guide to walk you through the process.
What do I do when my posting is rejected?
Employer registrations and job postings must meet Handshake and Pepperdine criteria and are rejected if criteria is not met or information provided by the employer unclear. For Handshake policies for employers, visit the Employer Policies page.
How can I post for students interested in Tutoring & Childcare jobs?
The Student Employment Office manages all off-campus jobs administered by families in Malibu and surrounding areas. You can post your position through Handshake as a normal part-time job and the SEO will assist you in finding a candidate that meets your needs.
Pepperdine is committed to preparing students for lives of service, purpose and leadership. School of Public Policy Students are required to complete 240 hours of policy-related internships. The required 240-hour Public Policy Internship should be selected in an agency related to the student's area of specialization and must be completed prior to the second semester of the second year. Such agencies may be in local, state, or federal government; nonprofit organizations; the private sector, or an international experience in a non-U.S. setting to prepare for foreign service after graduation. The Public Policy internship should provide a perspective on how the methods and theories learned in the cases studied in the classroom may find practical expression in non-textbook and complex real-life settings.