Jobs & Internships

Handshake LogoUW-Stevens Point has partnered with Handshake - a modern career development platform - to serve as a one-stop-shop for employers posting internships and full-time positions to our students and alumni! Employers create a Handshake account and can post positions with the perk of being able to post an opening to over 1,000 schools across the country with just one click. Set up your Handshake account today!

Current employers: Set up your account here:​
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Our campus also has a second job platform (Quest) operated by our Campus Activities and Student Engagement (CASE) office and is used to advertise local part-time and/or on-campus student employment opportunities.

Major-specific points of contact for internship, practicum, and experiences are also available.

Considering hosting an intern for the first time? Here's​​ a guide to getting started. 

Covid-19 Resources

Understanding Unconcious Bias

Creating Inclusive Work Environments

Welcome employers! Ensuring accessibility in the workplace is not just a legal obligation, it's a step toward fostering diversity and creating an inclusive environment that benefits everyone. We have gathered a few resources to help you in this journey.

  • The Great Lakes ADA Center provides information, materials, technical assistance, and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Topics addressed include the non-discrimination requirements in employment, the obligations of state and local governments and business to ensure that programs, services, and activities are readily accessible to and usable by people with disabilities.
  • Disability:IN is a nonprofit resource for business disability inclusion worldwide. Their network of over 400 corporations expands opportunities for people with disability across enterprises. Their central office and 25 affiliates serve as the collective voice to effect change for people with disabilities in business.
  • Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT) is a resource through the US Dept. of Labor that encourages the creation, use, and promotion of accessible technology to increase the employment, retention, and professional growth of individuals with disabilities.

For additional information, please refer to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Ethical and Inclusive Recruiting Practices.



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