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They’ve been a tremendously valuable partner. Support, positive influence, encouragement, reliability, all of all of those words can genuinely be applied to the Handshake team.
- David Ainscough, Deputy Director, University of Cambridge Careers Service.
Handshake's early career network enables universities to support students at every stage of their career development journey. Hundreds of features work together realise our mission. At the centre of it all is an emphasis on creating authentic, human to human connections.
Connect students with careers teams with our industry leading appointment management system.
Create guides for students to progress through as they move through their career journey. Perfect for managing award programs
Integrated into the Handshake platform is a native virtual career fair platform. Live 1:1 video conversations and group sessions create authentic connections at scale. Click here to find out how to get the most out of your virtual fairs.
Handshake's integrated CRM makes supporting existing relationships a breeze. Discover new opportunities for your students with the Handshake network.
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Following a period of significant growth at Handshake, we’re delighted to announce a strategic partnership with the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) in the UK.READ MORE
Together with AGCAS, WonkHE and the ISE, Handshake is working on a new study to imagine what graduate recruitment might look like in ten years. Launching in February 2022, Careers 2032 will consider the role HE institutions, employers and students will play in the landscape, with Careers Services as the lynchpin of success.
What will Careers Services look like in 2032? How will students look for jobs and connect with employers? What sort of guidance and help might they need to succeed?
The world is mobile and Gen-Z are using their phones to network, collaborate, socialise and study. They now expect content to be available on (and optimised for) a mobile device, and for the user experience to be intuitive and rich.