Shaking Hands

Out with the Old and In with the New! 

The Office of Career Services is pleased to announce our new Job Search Database System! This will allow:

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Students & Alumni:

  • To search for numerous positions 
  • Multiple ways to connect with employers 
  • To schedule Individual appointments with a Career Advisor
  • To Check-in at Career Services Events
  • And More! 


  • Manage all your campuses with Handshake at no cost.
  • To update your job postings,&  view applicants
  • To search for potential candidates and reach out directly with in-app messaging
  • To register for Career Fairs and Events 



To Login, Click  Handshake Logo 


The Office of Career Services offers a range of resources to help you throughout your career journey. We promote career development by providing you with the tools to make effective career-planning decisions. Whether you need assistance with choosing a major/career, writing  a resume, conducting a job search, securing a co-op/internship/first professional job, or transitioning to a new career, we are here to help. 



Office Hours

Taubman Services Center, C404
M- F: 8:30am - 4:30pm
W: 8:30am - 7:00pm (Effective Fall & Spring Semesters)                  

 OCS Front Office 


Alfred Taubman Student Services Center
21000 West Ten Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075-1058



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