Campus Partners

Everyone can be a part of a student’s career journey. We welcome the opportunity to support the career readiness of your students, to collaborate with you on career related initiatives, or to discuss other opportunities to build partnerships.

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Looking for a career workshop? Our workshops are interactive, with specific learning outcomes. Some of our common topics are listed below, but feel free to request others:

Rutgers-Newark Handshake is the Office of Career Resources and Exploration’s platform for sharing opportunities, resources, events, and other information with students. With Rutgers-Newark Handshake, students can:

  • Discover career opportunities across hundreds of companies.
  • Access personalized internship and job recommendations based on major and interests.
  • Ask for advice from other students across the country who got great jobs (peer-to-peer features—reviews, Q & A, messaging).
  • Share their student profile (employers can proactively contact students with public profiles; students with complete profiles are 5X more likely to be messaged by employers).

The CRE has also posted career-related events and career resources within Rutgers-Newark Handshake. If you have an on-campus job you would like to share with students, you can post it in Rutgers-Newark Handshake: On-Campus Job Posting Instructions

The Office of Career Resources and Exploration can collaborate with you on career initiatives. Below are a few of the more commonly requested collaborations, and we welcome discussion of other initiatives not listed:

  • Internships: Review internship descriptions to see that they align with the criteria set by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
  • Employer/recruiter referrals: Outreach/follow up to employers or recruiters who may be sharing opportunities with you.
  • Career Closet: Collection of clothing for the workplace (business casual or business professional); distributed to students free of cost at several events throughout the semester.

Internship Guidelines for Campus Partners: Faculty/Staff

The Office of Career Resources and Exploration uses the NACE 7 point criteria to determine if an experience is an internship.  For more information on the NACE criteria for an experience to be defined as an internship visit: Contact us at with any questions.


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