If you're looking for a job, internship or other opportunity, we have the tools for you. Explore search sites built specifically for VCU students and alumni. Then check out our list of additional search sites that could help you land your next professional role.
Handshake connects students and alumni directly with employers and opportunities, along with career advisors and career-related events and workshops. Handshake hosts the largest number of opportunities specifically for students and new college graduates.
Students and alumni can use Parker Dewey to find micro-internships and project-based work opportunities. These opportunities help you build experience and find great organizations to connect with now and in the future.
Find internships, mentorships, research opportunities and more through VCU's Student Opportunity Center.
Additional search sites
In addition to VCU search sites, we encourage students and alumni to review postings for jobs and internships on reputable search sites, including:
- ConnectVA: This site provides information, resources and instant access to nonprofits, civic leaders, volunteers and others interested in improving metro Richmond. The job finder is a great place to find local area jobs and internships focused on the nonprofit community.
- GoGovernment: Go Government is a project of the nonprofit, nonpartisan organization Partnership for Public Service, which works to revitalize our federal government by inspiring a new generation to serve. Use the website to find and apply for federal government jobs.
- Idealist: This searchable database of nonprofit organizations and opportunities is a great resource for Washington, D.C.-area nonprofit internships, jobs and international opportunities.
- Indeed: This search engine for jobs allows you to search based on geographic preference and job type or title.
- Internships.com: The largest web-based internship marketplace is searchable by interest, geography, pay, etc., and also includes an Internship Predictor assessment to help you target internships with the best fit.
- Pathways: This government website offers internships and jobs for recent graduates.
- Snagajob: Based in Richmond, Virginia, this site helps hourly workers find jobs they love — and helps hourly employers find the best people for their jobs.
Looking to connect? Explore this VCU online community that joins students, alumni and friends of the university for career advice, industry contacts and meaningful professional relationships.