Creating an On-Campus Employer Account

Bullseye powered by Handshake is the ultimate job and internship tool to find the right candidate for your department. But first, you'll need to create an On-Campus Employer Account.

Have you ever taken a class at UB?

Before starting the process of creating an On-Campus Employer account, please answer if you have ever taken a class at UB.

Good news! Since you've taken a class at UB, you may already have a live student/alumni account in Bullseye powered by Handshake. To post jobs and internships in Bullseye powered by Handshake, you'll need an on-campus employer account too.

Creating a Handshake Password

Please follow these special written instructions and images on how to create a Handshake password that will give you access to an employer account.

Last updated: October 29, 2019

1. Open up a new Google Chrome browser window (or a new tab).

2. Go to Bullseye powered by Handshake.

Internet Browser

This process works best when using Google Chrome browser.

3. Click on the sign in with your email address text that's under the blue University at Buffalo Sign On button.

Screenshot of the Handshake login page with the words "sign in with your email address" is highlighted in yellow.

See (above) where the "sign in with your email address" text is located.

Do not click on the "University at Buffalo Sign On."

4. Type in your UB email address in the type box.

5. Click the blue Next button.

Screenshot of the Handshake login page with a text box stating you to "Please sign in with your UB email address.".

See (above) what the "Please sign in with you .edu email" screen should look like.

6. Click on Or log in using your Handshake credentials underneath the big blue University at Buffalo Sign On button.

Screenshot of the Handshake login page with the words "Or log in using your Handshake credentials" highlighted in yellow.

See (above) where the "Or login in using your Handshake credentials" text is located.

Do not click on the "University at Buffalo Sign On."

7. Click Forgot your password text next to the blue Sign In button. ** Trust us, this will allow you to set up a Handshake password which you'll need in the future.

Screenshot of the Handshake "password" page with the words "Forgot your password?" highlighted in yellow.

See (above) where the "Forgot your password?" text is located.

8. Again, please enter your UB email address into the text box

9. Then, click the blue Reset Password button.

Screenshot of the "That's ok, we can help you!"messaging that appears on the screen after clicking "Forgot your password?" in Handshake.

See (above) what the "That's ok, we can help you!" message that should look like your screen.

10. Almost there! Please check you email to set your password message should appear on your screen.

Screenshot of the "Almost there! Please check your email to set your password" messaging in Handshake.

See (above) what the "Almost there!" message that should look like your screen.

11. Look for a Password Reset Request email sent from Handshake (handshake@m.joinhandshake.com). This may take a few minutes to show up in your inbox. If you don't see it within an hour, please check your junk or spam mail.

12. Follow the email instructions and click the Reset My Password link in your email.

Screenshot of the "Password Reset Request" email you'll receive from Handshake for you to reset your Handshake password.

See (above) what the "Password Reset Request" email from Handshake looks like.

13. Choose a Handshake password and type it in the new password text box. Your password should have a minimum of 12 characters long. **This will be your Handshake password that you'll use to sign into Bullseye powered by Handshake.

14. Click the blue Reset button.

Screenshot of the "Reset your password" screen in Handshake with a "new password" text box and a "confirm new password" text box.

See (above) what the screen will look like after you click on the "Reset My Password" link in your email.

Wait! You're not done.

15. What's Next. Now that you've created a Handshake password, you can create an employer account to post your on-campus jobs and internships.

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