Sometimes, you just need a little extra help. We are putting together some additional resources that may be helpful to you as your explore career options, search for internships, part time or full time jobs, explore opportunities for service and much more. If you have any idea of something that may be helpful to others - please contact us so we can review it!
Job/Internship Search Links
Career Exploration & Research
O*Net: A tool for career exploration and job analysis! O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!
jobipedia.org is a free website where students and recent graduates can ask questions about job searching and get answers directly from experienced recruiting professionals at America’s top employers.
Glassdoor is a free jobs and career community that offers the world an inside look at jobs and companies. What sets us apart is our "employee generated content" – anonymous salaries, company reviews, interview questions, and more – all posted by employees, job seekers, and sometimes the companies themselves. Now with nearly 3 million salaries and reviews, you have all the information you might need to make your next career decision.
Job Shadow: Here you can read real interviews from people as they talk about the jobs they do and the careers they have.
Job Choices 2012 Magazine Online: Get resume and interview tips, and learn how to market yourself to employers.
Business & Liberal Arts Edition
Get salary information by occupation, location, experience, and more.
Playing Fair...Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Job Seeker
Why You Should Use Career Services
Career Development/Job-Search Information
Resources from the Social Jobs Partnership
Non-Profit & Government Links
Service Opportunities (link to multiple job search sites)
Making the Difference: Find and Apply for Federal Opportunities Workshop (PDF - 2.18m)
This is a resource so you can learn how to navigate the federal hiring process. With screen shots and sample application questions, you should walk away from this session feeling confident about how to find and pursue a federal opportunity.