Career resources such as career coaching and Handshake access are available to UNLV graduates throughout their life.

Handshake login using an ACE ID is available to alumni for about 2 years after graduation. You can create an alumni account in Handshake by going to and select “No account? Sign up here.” on the top right of the page. Enter your current email address and wait for approval (about one business day). Once it’s approved, you can log in and complete your profile, search for positions, register for fairs, and schedule appointments with career coaches.

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Consider accessing these resources to design, develop and advance your life and career:

Project Onboarding Guide | How to Efficiently Start A New Project

Starting a project can be challenging, with new information to process and, potentially, gaps in knowledge to overcome. You might have many questions about taking on this work, but aren’t sure of where to start.

Whether you’re starting a new …

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Entrepreneurship: Mapping a Development Path for Graduates and Alumni

The entrepreneurial journey is an exhilarating path that beckons to those with a spirit of innovation and a desire to create something extraordinary. For graduates and alumni, entrepreneurship offers a unique avenue for professional fulfillment and impact.

It’s important for …

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CVs versus Resumes: What’s the Difference?

One point of confusion for job seekers can be the difference between a CV and a resume when applying for new opportunities. The terms can seem to be used interchangeably; however, there are some subtle differences between the two.

Both …

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Available Internships

Internships posted in Handshake are considered extracurricular career building opportunities. Unless indicated in the description, they are not approved for academic credit. To identify and pursue internship opportunities that meet academic program requirements or are approved for credit, check with your academic department.

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