Where to find jobs and internships


Andrews Network: An online networking, mentoring and jobs board platform exclusive to the Andrews community. The Andrews Network provides a place where alumni can connect with each other and with current students. You control how involved you want to be—you can simply join and connect with a few classmates, or you can grow into an engaged mentor who offers advice and assistance to current students. As it is protected by a globally recognized privacy and security framework, you can rest assured that the Andrews Network is a secure platform. Continue scrolling below to read more about the features of the Andrews Network.

Experiential Learning

AU Innovation Center: The Andrews University Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship provides students with opportunities for experiential learning through innovation. Opportunities include on-campus internships, capstone and senior design projects, and certificate courses in innovation. Learn more about experiential opportunities from the Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship on their website here.

Online Job Boards and Platforms

Handshake: Handshake is the number one way for college students to find jobs and internships. Handshake allows students to discover and land jobs and internships, get direct messages from employers who want to hire you, connect with employers to learn more about their company, and get expert help from career-building resources and employer recommended by the Career Center. There are over 750 thousand employers actively searching for students on Handshake! Get information on how to access your free Handshake account HERE.

LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn features a job board which lists tons of job and internship opportunities each day. Use this resource to search for jobs and internships.

O*Net Online: Along with industry information, O*Net also provides a job feed with advanced search features for geographic locations.

Parker Dewey: A platform that provides paid, short-term, professional projects called micro-internships. Registration is easy and you’ll have a chance to gain practical experience.

Forage: provides virtual, simulated work experience programs that are 100% free, open-access and self-paced for students of all majors.  Get started by visiting their website.

Michigan WorksMichigan’s Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity - Workforce Development provides training opportunities to help Michigan’s job seekers meet current workforce demands. They even offer programs to help Michigan employers fill their job openings and provide safe, healthy work environments for their employees. Explore the programs available to help both job seekers and employers at Michigan.gov/Workforce.

Occupation Insight: The Job Postings dashboard of Occupation Insight provides regularly updated job postings from national databases for thousands of occupations across the United States. It also provides links to the direct job posting and applications. To access Job Postings, click HERE. You will need to log in using your Andrews email address and password. 

Other Internship Platforms

On-campus employment




National Employment

Social Service/Non-profit jobs

State/Local Employment