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USF's most comprehensive job database for students and alumni. DonsCareers allows students and alumni to access job postings, search for internships, find part-time and full-time work, and participate in the On-Campus Recruiting Program! 

To learn how to set up a Job Search Agent so that jobs/internships matching your search criteria are emailed directly to your Dons Mail, click here.

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USF On-Campus Jobs »

This is a link to Student Employment for on-campus jobs. On-Campus jobs are listed by One Stop services NOT the Career Services Center. For more information contact One Stop.

Job Posting Websites »

Job Posting Websites by geographic area and industry.

Job Search Guides »

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Networking »

Use people power to connect you to jobs.

Researching Organizations »

Learn about why it is important to research an Employer and find out about where to look for information on Employers.

Salaries »

Find out how much you will make in your future career.

In search of an internship?

DonsCareers »

USF's most comprehensive database for students and alumni looking for internships in the Bay Area.

Internship Exchange »

Internship listings across the nation for students and alumni. An exchange of internship listings between 22 participating Universities including Boston College, Notre Dame, and Harvard University.

Internship Posting Websites »

Search for Internships by Career/Major or through general but helpful websites. Search Now>>

Advantages to having an Internship »

Learn about what an internship is, if you are eligible and why you should consider doing one. View PDF>>


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Fraudulent Job Postings

Here are some good tips to help you identify a fraudulent job posting:
  • You are asked to give your credit card or bank account numbers, or copies of personal documents - but you get nothing in return.
  • You are asked to send a payment by wire service or courier.
  • You are offered a large payment or reward in exchange for allowing the use of your bank account - often for depositing checks or transferring money.
  • You receive an unexpectedly large check.
  • If you believe you have identified a fraudulent job posting, please contact USF Career Services at (415) 422-6216.