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The Career Services Office publishes two newsletters each month. The Horizons newsletter provides information about career development opportunities, graduate school, and life planning. Specific information about forums and events are also provided.
Internship News features internships in a variety of fields, including: advocacy, arts, business, communications, education, environment, farming, government, journalism, law, media, museums, nonprofits, opportunities abroad, outdoor activities, performing arts, public policy, politics, research, science, social issues, teaching, theatre, and more.
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Do you know of any good job sites? Have any recommendations or suggestions? Let us know by emailing Kathleen Cady.
Great for job seekers looking to maximize their college alumni networks to land a first-time job.
Up-to-date job opportunities at AACC, located near Annapolis.
Find a job in the Maryland/Virginia area with the Sun’s large job database, categorized for easy searching.
Excellent resource for job opportunities in Non-Profit Organizations and Foundations (through Philanthropy News Digest).
CareerBliss is a website dedicated to connecting people to blissful careers. The online job board showcases career opportunities in your area, across all industries.
Career Lantern is an informational blog website that discusses and shares information regarding career planning, changing or advancing your career, job hunting, resumes and cover letters, how to have a successful job interview, and much more.
Jobs & Internship opportunities working to preserve the Chesapeake Bay and the Maryland environment.
Higher Education Jobs in the Humanities and the Chronicle for Higher Education. Updated daily with superb opportunities.
CollegeRecriter.com gives new job seekers access to hundreds of thousands of internships and entry-level positions and is a great resource for new grads who seek continuing education and business opportunities.
This is a comprehensive listing of federal work experience opportunities entitled Internships, Fellowships, and Other Work Experience Opportunities in the Federal Government.
DataCamp provides you with the tools to learn the data science skills you need to start your own data projects.
Wonder how a place of employment would make accommodations for you, or if there are certain companies that focus on helping people with disabilities find employment? This guide has that information and more.
Your home for green jobs: renewable and clean energy jobs (solar, wind jobs), green building jobs, organic jobs, and all environmental and sustainable jobs.
The career and salary experts at PayScale are ready to answer any and all of your questions about salary. Use the hashtag #HeyPayScale in your tweet, Facebook or Instagram posts. PayScale will reply to you with an answer so you can be on your way to earning the paycheck you deserve in no time.
This guide can filter by scenario so that you see only the advice that best fits your situation, collect the data to support your request for a raise, and then learn how to negotiate your salary and benefits in three easy steps: Research, Strategize, Negotiate. It’s the most comprehensive resource for prepping for salary triumph.
A great source for jobs of all sorts in higher education institutions.
Students can find internships and employment opportunities in the world’s largest internship marketplace. Search paid internships and part time jobs to help start you on your career path.
This search engine allows you to search for full- and part-time jobs in the U.S. using a variety of criteria. Also includes a section on job salaries.
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.
A job platform that uses the latest machine learning techniques and big-data based algorithms to create the optimal match between employer and applicant, providing candidates with an intuitive and frictionless experience during the recruiting process.
A search engine that aggregates postings from popular job search databases.
These links will take you to new resource tools that will be helpful for students and alumni in a job or internship search.
Use LinkedIn’s new career exploration pages to explore the professional landscape and browse job titles within various job functions across industries:
LiveCareer offers resume advice and templates as well as cover letter, and job search information.
The two-year teaching program offers a full scholarship for a master’s degree in education and full pay and benefits.
This job search engine lists over 4,000,000 jobs available in the US. It features thousands of entry level jobs for students and graduates from such companies as Apple, Amazon, Google and, Walt Disney.
Neuvoo.com is a job search engine which displays postings from multiple job search websites. Performing a search on neuvoo.com will result in listings from the careers section of many companies’ websites.
By using the salary calculator, you will be able to determine how much you would need to earn in your new city to maintain the same standard of living you currently enjoy. The salary calculator will compare the cost of living in each city, and display the amount that you would need to earn.
Whether you’re a college student, post-grad or just moving to NYC to claim your piece of the Big Apple, this housing guide will help you land an apartment in a neighborhood you like.
Simply Hired offers a comprehensive job search that indexes jobs from thousands of sites across the web, including company career sites, job boards, and niche job sites. They also provide a variety of tools to tailor job search results, including a special filter for new grads, which delivers jobs that require a college degree and less than two years of experience.
Apply to teach test prep with the pros.
Search an extensive list of Washington, DC, area jobs in every imaginable field. Particularly useful for government or legal positions.
ZipRecruiter’s mission is to help people find meaningful employment. They are the #1 rated job search app on Android & iOS.
Navigate your finance career through Finbox, an essential career intelligence and networking community for financial professionals.
Ensuring that your online reputation is protected is essential whether trying to get a job, or even go on a date. The mission of Reputation Management is to educate both individuals as well as corporations as to the best methods to protect and enhance their reputation online.
This site was created in an effort to connect and integrate college students with disabilities as a virtual community with a voice on important issues. There is also a job site feature.
Zety offers advice for optimizing your LinkedIn profile.
Zety offers advice for uploading your resume to LinkedIn
This is an online directory of psychology schools, degrees, and career resources. In addition to researching schools, this site allows you to explore education and career paths, request free information from schools, and utilize comparison tools to prepare you for your future in psychology.
This well-organized site offers information on how to become qualified for many career fields. It includes the education requirements, job description, and information on salary and career path.
The American Design Drafting Association, a professional membership organization, offers extensive career information for the field.
This guide provides an overview of common green career paths and breaks down employment opportunities by state.
The Cognitive Development Society aims to provide a unified voice for the wide range of scholars, practitioners, and others who are interested in change and continuity in the intellectual processes that support mental life. Their listserv offers great resources!
Discover Healthcare Administration Careers provides free educational information and resources for planning a career in healthcare administration.
This online resource provides information on education careers, degrees needed for education careers, schools and certification, fields within education, finding an education job, education associations and journals, and the history of education.
This site is a resource for helping you learn everything you need to know about the certification test (or tests) you’ll need to pass in order to embark on a new career or keep moving upward in your current one. It offers free PRAXIS practice questions with teaching job information at the bottom of the page.
This is a multi-disciplinary, interactive health careers website that gives students a comprehensive source of accurate, up-to-date information about the health professions. This includes information on and links to health-related training and education programs, financial aid resources, and current issues in health care.
Advice on blogging in the psychology field. The blogging advice is helpful in other fields as well.
Glassdoor is an online career community where you can research what it’s really like to work at more than 300,000 companies - with company reviews and ratings, salary reports, interview questions and more - shared by employees themselves. Plus, you can apply directly to jobs.
Provided by the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing (CASW), this guide is full of useful information regarding improvement in the quality of scientific news available to the public.
Job Choices is an excellent resource for job-search advice and information about employers interested in new college graduates.
A website committed to offering premium law career advice.
Mango is a free tool that coaches you through the networking process starting with the first outreach email.
This site helps students who want to pursue a career in medical assisting by providing information on medical assisting scholarships, career advice, training programs, certification and accredited schools across the nation.
A How-to guide provided by the National Association of Independent Schools.
This resource is a great tool for exploring a variety of occupations and beginning to research them.
“Trying to figure it out? We’ll help you explore what’s possible with new jobs and internships every day.”
This guide teaches young workers how to find a job that aligns with their strengths and passions, how to get hired and negotiate the salary they deserve and become a successful part of any team.
This website offers free practice tests, including numerical, verbal and inductive reasoning tests for interview processes for internships and first full-time jobs.
This site offers information about careers in psychology and tips for job and education seekers.
This site has a variety of information for anyone considering a psychology major.
This site provides information on how to pursue the profession of a registered nurse, including information on how to become an RN, the different specialties available, job prospects, and more.
Find out the latest salary information by job title and location. The site also offers other useful features.
Visit this site for teaching certification guidance and advice.
Teacher Certification Degrees is a valuable resource to those looking to explore or expand a career in education. We provide a wealth of information on how to become a teacher, including teacher certification, teaching degrees and teaching careers.
This comprehensive company guide will show you where your career might take you if you work for a particular company and how to get there.
The ICFMD not only raises funds for St. John’s College, but also offers students scholarships and internships. An officially approved link!
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