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Looking for a job while attending NMU? Check out Handshake - our job-posting system! Once you have registered for classes, we will create an account for you associated with your NMU email address. Please allow 3-5 business days for this to happen. To access your account, log into MyNMU and click on 'Handshake' under the 'Student Services' tab.
Looking for a job before you've registered for classes? Find NMU (and UP) jobs on Twitter.
Click here for more information on Handshake, jobs, applications, and more.
Did You Know?
- NMU employs approximately 1,600 students!
- The departments with the most student employees: Dining Services, Athletics, and Housing & Residence Life.
Join the other 1,600 students and get a job on-campus: Log in to Handshake via MyNMU to see open positions.
Handshake is Career Services' all-in-one web system. For students and alumni, it's where you can search and apply for job opportunities 24/7. You can also host and manage resumes, cover letters and more. For employers, it's possible to post and manage multiple job openings. For pre-orientation students (not yet registered for classes), open on-campus jobs and other jobs in the U.P. can be viewed by visiting our Twitter: www.twitter.com/NMUCareerServic or follow us at @NMUCareerServic
Other Services Offered
Career Services wants to help students succeed. In addition to the Handshake listings, we also offer a number of job-search workshops, job fairs, on-campus recruiting and more. Learn about all Career Services programs and opportunities. If you've got a question - chat with us! Look for the green tab in the lower right.
Take the Workshop Survey!
We have created a survey to find out what career topics you would like to learn about in next year's Career Services Workshop Series! Click here to begin the survey. It will remain open through June 26, 2020. Go on and help us help you!
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