On-Campus Employment

Handshake is Marian University's web-based job board. It lists a variety of open positions for students and alumni throughout the state and country.

All on-campus positions for students—as well as federal work-study openings—are posted on Handshake. If you are interested in an opening, please apply through Handshake in order to be considered as a candidate.

Contact The Exchange if you have questions or technical difficulties.

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How to get your resume approved

  1. Review our prepare to apply page for guidelines and tips to improve your content and formatting.
  2. Schedule an appointment with a member of The Exchange team to discuss your resume.

Federal Work Study process  

  1. Determine your Federal Work Study (FWS) eligibility. Review your award letter from the Office of Financial Aid. If eligible, your award letter will state “Federal College Work Study.”
  2. Establish your account on Handshake using the above instructions and submit your resume for review and approval by uploading it under "Documents."
  3. Apply for FWS positions in Handshake based on the job responsibilities, qualifications, interests, and skills. FWS positions are competitive, so apply early.
    • Follow application instructions and deadlines implicitly. Some positions may require a resume, cover letter, or interview as part of the hiring process.
    • You may request an appointment with The Exchange staff for assistance.

For more information

The Exchange
(317) 955-6500
exchange@marian.edu

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