Career Services: Resources
The Office of Career Counseling and Services has compiled the following list of internet based resources to help you with gathering more information about careers, internships, and graduate schools. We do not have any affiliation with these organizations.
America's Job Bank
Nationwide listings from the U.S. State Employment Services Offices containing information on more than 250,000 jobs in all fields. You can search by job type, state, and keywords.
Provides searches of jobs offered by leading employers and also those listed in leading national newspapers. You can organize your search by job category, type of industry, by state, and by entering keywords to describe your job preferences.
Nation Job Online Career Database
This site offers an extensive job search capability.
Search top jobs across the world.
Search top jobs in the U.S.
Find jobs overseas and across the globe
Search employment in the public sector: government jobs
Bite Into Your Career (Browse Jobs by Category)
Find jobs in major US cities
Your Calling is Calling. Find Your Community
Comprehensive job search website by industry or location, plus job search strategies and great resources, like job fairs and professional associations!
Careerjet.com is a national job search engine that gives job seekers access to a huge selection of jobs that are sourced from numerous internet sites, saving the trouble of having to visit each site individually.
In addition to job listings, newyorkdiversity.com offers valuable resources including resume and cover letter writing, interviewing tips, and a library of articlesfrom career experts who offer advice.
Simply Hired is a vertical search engine company based in Silicon Valley with the goal to make finding your next job a simple yet effective, enjoyable journey. career coaches and professional recruiters.
The site offers a listing of careers in fine, visual arts, along with performing arts. Also, it provides an overview of each career, as well as information on various art schools for careers of interest.
This site helps individuals with building a resume and finding job openings in the area they are looking for employment.
This is a general site that shows open positions available in the area you search.es'> The site also includes the steps to becoming a CNA and the type of training needed.
The number one source for hourly employment
Provides job resources and online applications for many of the top supermarket chains across the United States.
Open to all majors. This site gives you access to other links for job searching
Great site for job searching based on your major
Search for jobs in the marketing industry and find specific information about interview skills, salaries, associations, and much more!
Includes a searchable directory of over 2,800 schools that offer business degrees, both on-campus and online, as well as profiles of about 20 career specialties & interviews with experts in the field.
Sitter City (they encourage all to purchase the $12 background check)
New York nanny placement service. Search thousands of profiles and bios.
How happy families run. When your family is happy, so are you.
Job search for primary educators
Job search for secondary educators
The education career company where educators and jobs connect
Nyack Public School system
NYC Department of Education
Provides an easy way for teachers and new graduates to find teaching jobs abroad
Provides searches for 2-year and 4-year colleges and schools with links to the schools' homepages. Also provides scholarship searches, and links to other educational and financial aid resources.
College Board Online
Features searches for two-year and four-year colleges and universities, graduate schools, professional schools, technical schools, and the search for scholarships and financial aid. It also provides online SAT registration for two and four-year colleges and universities. Special starting points are provided for students and parents, counselors, etc. The website is sponsored by a national nonprofit education association of over 3000 two and four-year colleges and universities, technical schools, and nonprofit educational organizations.
Excellent resource for locating a graduate school either by program or location. Provides links to all listed schools. Multi-lingual.
This website consists of various blogs that offer advice on the “ups and downs” of life after college, graduate schools, job hunting, dissertations, and doctorate programs. It is a way to learn from and share with others who are confronting similar situations you may be experiencing.
Peterson's Education & Career Center
Provides searches for colleges and universities, graduate schools, studying abroad, summer programs, language studies and financial aid. You can search by major programs of study, geographical location, keywords and alphabetically.
U.S. News and World Report - Best Colleges 2008
In addition to this year's college rankings, also offers a detailed school directory, interactive tools, a step-by-step college admissions guide, articles, and more!
Web U.S. Higher Education
The University of Texas - Austin provides a list of links to universities and community colleges nationwide, organized alphabetically, and by state.
The Coalition of Christian Colleges and Universities- News/Careers/Events/Networking
Chronicle of Higher Education- Find the job that’s right for you- Find jobs on different college campuses
Search for Masters programs in education around the nation and find information about financial aid, jobs, and scholarships.
This site is a directory of searchable graduate school listings along with testing information, financial aid and graduate school news.
Provides general information on the importance of graduate schools and general information on how to take the GRE/GMAT exams.
General information is given about different types of degrees, requirements to get into the programs, duration of each program, and tuition range.
Currently, more than 7,000 Peace Corps volunteers are serving in 76 countries, working to bring clean water to communities, teach children, help start new small businesses, and stop the spread of AIDS. Since 1961, more than 161,000 Americans have joined the Peace Corps, serving in 134 nations.
The mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented minority youth in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership.
Urban Employ Network
Find your internship or job today!
The World's Largest Internship Marketplace. 68,053 internship positions from 19,739 companies located in 7,954 cities across all 50 states.
Search around 9,000 listings with over 7,000 organizations/companies (large and small, local and international).
Career Magazine Online
A catalog of internet resources about careers.
Registration for this site is free. Students can search ESL jobs on the site, review and upload lesson plans, review teacher blogs and testimonials. The site also includes health & safety tips, travel information, and information about Visas (requirements, etc). The website also has references available.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.
The Riley Guide
The Riley Guide is a directory of employment and career information sources and services on the Internet. It is primarily intended to provide instruction for job seekers on how to use the Internet to their best advantage, but recruiters and other career service industry professionals will find information here to help them also.
The leader in Resume writing reference and assistance, Resume-Resource.com has consistently ranked in the top ten search listings for nearly all things "resume" for over six years as the most reliable and most thorough source of resume information. The site content is developed by professional resume writers, career coaches and professional recruiters.
This website is a free resource provided by the Graduate Educational Information Service (GEIS). GEIS develops and maintains educational websites designed to enhance student outcomes and promote academic excellence.
Provides seminars, workshops, and connections for student athletes to obtain a career in the athletic field.
Helps individuals learn about what a CNA is, find classes, testing resources, and career information. The site also includes the steps to becoming a CNA and the type of training needed.
This is an unbiased data comparison engine that provides a comparison of several graduate degree programs. Comparison includes: tuition range, academic level, rank of school, and much more.
The site provides practice for certification exams at no cost. Examples questions are provided with answers at the end of the practice exam.
Provides great information about careers and how to get into the fields, as well as, the salaries for each career path.practice exam.
This site provides a look at the history of data science in prominent industries such as biotech and telecommunications, major companies in each segment, top Master's programs, and the skills needed to stand out in such a competitive new field. There is also an on-site blog where helpful tips and industry news are provided.
A free site with thousands of job interview questions that are position specific. The questions are sorted by how important the qualities and skills are, for hundreds of positions, and are adding new positions regularly.
Has free practice questions and great helpful information about a number of different exams.
America's Career InfoNet (ACINet)
Find occupational requirements, wage and employment trends, state-by-state labor market conditions, thousands of employer contacts nationwide, and the most extensive career resource library online.
Employment Projections by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Office of Employment Projections develops information about the labor market for the nation for 10 years into the future: labor force trends by sex, race, and age; employment trends by industry and occupation; and the implications of these on employment opportunities for specific groups in the labor force, such as youth, the disadvantaged, and college graduates.
ERI Economic Research Institute
Information about starting salaries and expected earnings in several thousand jobs.
Salary.com is one of the leaders in online compensation information for individuals, business managers and human resource professionals.
Providing up to date salary information. National and local data available.
Career Reports from the Real World
This website provides job reviews, salary comparisons, and information on job openings.d with answers at the end of the practice exam.re.
Resource for finding both summer and part time work. Sponsored by AboutJobs.com
Opportunities geared to the outdoor enthusiast.
Back Door Jobs
Short term job opportunities.
Nationwide listing of camp counselor opportunities.
Armed Forces Careers
A directory for careers in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Learn more about the wide array of military careers and where to go to find a job in the military.
The site provides a rapid apply form for individuals looking for nursing jobs. The application with the individuals resume is posted on the site to connect employers to individuals seeking employment.
A resource for students who are interested in pursuing a career in the field of nursing. The site has career and licensure info, experts, volunteer opportunities and a scholarship database.
This site provides information on schools, jobs, and internships for individuals looking to pursue a career in the psychological field.
Mental health association of Rockland County
Social service job listings throughout the U.S.
National assembly of health and human service organizations
North American association of Christians in social work
Search for social work jobs; search for a new employee in social work
Nonprofit jobs and organizations
Dedicated to the nonprofit sector of today’s business and economic world
Nonprofit job search
Verify charities and identify supporting organizations
Human Resource Jobs for Graduates