8:30 PM Update: All systems are back online, including student access to the Canvas Learning Management System. EFSC's IT team was able to restore network access this evening following an outage caused by a technical issue that began shortly before 3 PM. Students who had deadlines in Canvas that were impacted by the outage should reach out to their instructors. Thank you for your patience as technical systems were restored to operational status.


COVID Update:

EFSC has returned to normal pre-COVID operations, with full capacity on-campus classes and events. Click for the COVID Reporting Requirements and the Return to Campus Approval Process which remain in place. See the Student Services Guide for on-campus services available on a walk-in basis or by appointment, plus virtual options. Read the latest updates.

The resources to find a job

handshake logoWe've helped you explore a career and we also want to help you find a job. That's why we've partnered with Handshake, the #1 way that students now search for jobs and internships. The top employers, including all the Fortune 500 companies, recruit students through the online Handshake platform, giving you access to jobs and internships not available anywhere else.

Click here to visit Handshake and set up your account. We understand EFSC students can be busy, so we've pre-populated some basic information on your profile. You'll be able to filter and search through job roles based on your interests and discover new career possibilities.

Handshake is a perk that continues even for EFSC Alumni, letting you stay connected with opportunities posted by employers in our college network. If you have questions as you activate your Handshake profile,  please contact Heather Allen at

Watch this video to learn more about Handshake's benefits.


Additional Job Search Sites

In addition to Handshake, there are literally thousands of websites available for a job search, so the Career Centers maintain a list of sites provided by the Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation to assist the serious job seeker — you'll find some of them listed below and more resources on our Job Market webpage. These websites can provide information on current job openings in the county, state or nation, with labor market projections specific to all industries, wage information and statistics, plus employers in these industries.

Job Search Related Sites


Weekly Job Listings


We want to help you find a job. EFSC students and alumni can check the current listings, which highlight local openings from our Handshake online job platform. (Refresh after opening the PDF to ensure you see the current week's listings.)