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http://www.acinet.org/acinet/default.asp - America’s Career Infonet, excellent resources and links to assist in making career decisions
http://www.acinet.org/acinet/skills_home.asp?id=14&nodeid=20 - Skills profiler – assessment that assists in identifying, exploring, and analyzing skills.
http://www.bls.gov/search/ooh.asp?ct=OOH - U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor and Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook; comprehensive information source describing job duties, working conditions, training and education, earnings, and future outlook for
http://www.careerkey.org/english/ - The Career Key, North Carolina State University. Short assessment that measures skills, abilities, values, interests, and personality.
http://www.careernet.state.md.us/JobOccupations.htm - Maryland’s CareerNet, links to self-appraisal and career development information.
http://career.usajobs.opm.gov/ - United States Office of Personnel Management; provides match assessments to assist in determining careers/job titles you may enjoy based on interests.
http://counseling.unt.edu/careerlab/assessment.htm - University of North Texas, Career Development Lab; access to personality, interest, values, work styles, skills, and career planning assessments.
http://www.quintcareers.com/career_assessment.html - Quintessential Careers; provides information and reviews regarding career assessments. Has links to free and fee-based online assessments.
http://www.rileyguide.com/assess.html - Riley Guide; links to self-assessment resources.
http://www.roosevelt.edu/advising/undecided.htm, http://www.roosevelt.edu/advising/party.htm - Roosevelt University, advising for undecided majors. Access to the “The Party” a quick assessment based on the work of Dr. John Holland and the Holland Code.
http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CDC/research_read.html - University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; comprehensive site with links to researching careers and majors sites.
http://www.yourchildscareer.org/careerdev/careerdev_steps.htm - Your Child’s Career, site designed for parents to assist children in determining career interests, though good, short assessment could be used by anyone. Also has links to other career development sites.
Job Search Websites
Academic 360 - http://academic360.com/general/US.cfm links to job search sites in higher education.
America’s Job Bank - http://www.ajb.org/md/ - major nationwide job search site.
American Society for Training and Development - http://www.astd.org/
American University, Washington, DC - http://www.hr.american.edu/
Anne Arundel Community College - http://www.aacc.cc.md.us/humres/jobs.htm
Career Builder - http://www.careerbuilder.com/ job search site.
Career magazine - http://www.careermag.com/ - career and job search information site.
Career Net - http://www.careernet.state.md.us/ - Maryland’s Career Net, part of Maryland’s Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation; has links to job search and career exploration sites.
Careers in Business - http://www.careers-in-business.com/ links to job search in business.
Domain Contender - http://www.vdsa.net/ - search “jobs” for links to related websites
Employment 911 - http://www.employment911.com/jobs/job-search.aspx - Meta job search engine; allows you to search multiple job boards at one time.
Free Management Library - http://www.mapnp.org/library/gen_rsrc/jobs/np_jobs.htm#anchor4292949570 - online sources for non-profit jobs.
Higher Ed Jobs - http://www.higheredjobs.com/ - job search for positions at colleges and universities.
Howard Community College - http://www.howardcc.edu/hr
Human Resource Service Center - http://persec.whs.mil/hrsc/index.html - provides employment information for Department of Defense Agencies in the National Capitol Region
Job Search Engine - http://www.jobsearchengine.com/ - Meta job search engine; allows you to search multiple job boards at one time.
Job Web - http://www.jobweb.org/ - Career development and job search advice for new college graduates.
Johns Hopkins University - http://infonet.welch.jhu.edu/admin/jobs/jobs.cgi
Maryland Careers - http://www.marylandcareers.org/ very comprehensive site with links to employers and information on job search and career exploration.
Maryland Public School System – links to all county school districts in Maryland. http://www.marylandpublicschools.org/MSDE/schoolsystems/System_Links_County.htm
Monster - http://jobsearch.monster.com/ - major nationwide job search site.
Office of Personnel Management - http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/ - Federal jobs.
Office of Personnel Management - http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/EI23.asp lists federal jobs by college major.
Online Job Search Guide - http://www.job-hunt.org - Comprehensive website for job search and career exploration.
Professional Outplacement Assistance Center - http://www.dllr.state.md.us/poac/metalist/ - Maryland Department of Labor, site links to employers and career resources.
Quintessential Careers - http://www.quintcareers.com/arts_jobs.html - links to job search in the arts.
State and Local Government positions - http://www.statelocalgov.net/state-md.htm#County - search by county and some cities
STG - http://www.stginc.com/, government contractor, hires for IT, homeland security, engineering, and scientific services.
Sytex Inc. - http://www.sytexinc.com/ Contractor company who works with Federal, State, Local government and private industry; hires for a variety of positions and fields.
University System of Maryland - http://www.usmd.edu/IndexNB.html - has links to all 13 institutions in the University System of Maryland
U.S. Community Colleges by State - http://www.utexas.edu/world/comcol/state/#MD - University of Texas website that provides links to Community Colleges.
The Washington D.C. Job Source - http://www.dcjobsource.com/fed.html - Federal government jobs with links to individual agencies.
http://www.100hot.com/list.gsp?category=business&keywords=jobs Lists the most popular job search websites.
Internship WebsitesAction Without Boarders - http://www.idealist.org/ip/internshipSearch?MODULE=INTERNSHIP - connects people, organizations and resources to help build a world where all people can live free and dignified lives.
Archeaological Fieldwork Opportunities - http://www.cincpac.com/afos/testpit.html select the region of the world where you would like to work, and view the opportunities listed for that area. Newest listings have a green flag.
Black Collegian - http://www.black-collegian.com/ "the career site for students of color," had job opportunities and lots of career-related information.
CareerPlanit - check out the "Working World" for listings on internships by city and state, job function (accounting, etc.), company name, and/or keyword. Includes some international listings. Check out the Internship Journal to read what other students have done for their internships.CampChannel JobBoard - http://www.campchannel.com/jobboard/ if you want to work at on the staff of a summer camp, check out the listings here. Browse through the listings or search by position (arts and crafts instructor, director, etc.), camp gender, and type of camp (residential, day camp, or either).
Central Intelligence Agency, www.cia.gov - has student programs at the Undergraduate, Graduate, and Internship arenas.
College Central Network - http://www.collegecentral.com/ works with your college career center, which will provide you an ID number to use at this site.
CollegeGrad - http://www.collegegrad.com/ find entry level and internship opportunities here as well as help with your resume and lots of advice.
CollegeJournal - http://www.collegejournal.com/ do a job search from the home page ("Find a Job" ) by keyword, job title, and/or job type (entry jobs, internships, all jobs) through their substantial list of opportunities. Check out the "Toolkit" to add a confidential profile to their resume database and be notified when an employer is interested in seeing the rest of your resume. If you're thinking about more education, take a free practice GRE, LSAT, GMAT, or MCAT, and check out scholarships and grad schools. Career advice and all the resources of a Wall Street Journal Web site are available here, focused on college students.
CollegeRecruiter.Com - http://www.collegerecruiter.com/ select "Find a Job/School" and then search for jobs by occupational field (administrative, agriculture, etc.) and location (country or state within the U.S.). If you post your resume here, you have the responsibility of keeping your contact information private.
Cool Works - http://www.coolworks.com/ 75,000 open positions for summer and/or winter jobs. "Live and work where others only visit" is the motto of this Web site with job categories for resorts, camps, national parks, amusement parks, and more.
Department of State - http://www.careers.state.gov/student/prog.html - student programs with the Department of State.
District of Columbia Courts – . www.dccjobs.gov - Generally has Crime Victims Compensation and Domestic Relations Internships each year; has other positions as needed. Deadline for applying for internship is the end of April.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car – www.enterprise.com/careers - Provides internships in the business field.
Environmental Careers Organization - http://www.eco.org/ check out the paid internships, organized by geographic region in the U.S.
Federal Bureau of Investigation – www.fbijobs.com/honors.htm - has paid and unpaid internship programs and volunteer programs.
Fidelity Investments Internships - http://jobs.fidelity.com/college/ internship, co-op program, or summer job in the U.S. or Japan.
Genetech College Programs - http://www.gene.com/gene/careers/college/internships.jsp entry-level jobs, internships, and post-doctoral opportunities at this famous biotechnology company.
http://www.getthatgig.com/ - links to a wide variety of internship opportunities; also includes some interviews from former interns.
http://www.idealist.org/ - Actions Without Borders, searchable internship opportunities
IEEE-USA Entry Level Employment Assistance - http://www.ieeeusa.org/employment/entry.html for engineers starting their careers, from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, USA.
INROADS - http://www.inroads.org/ a program to develop and place talented minority students (grade point of 3.0 or better is required) in internships with sponsoring businesses and organizations.
Internships in Europe - http://www.rochester.edu/college/study-abroad/europe/ from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York, internships and opportunities to spend a semester in Europe for credit (if your school participates in the University of Rochester program).
InternsNet - http://www.seeq.com/popupwrapper.jsp?domain=internsnet.com&direct=true search for internships in the US and/or Canada by location (city and state/province), job function (Accounting/Finance, etc.), industry (agriculture/forestry/mining, etc.), time of year (summer, fall, etc.), hours (full-time, part-time, either), and/or keywords. Gradually morphing into FutureCollegeGrads.com
Job.com is a very user-friendly site that has thousands of jobs; entry level, internships, and seasonal jobs. http://www.job.com/index.cfm?us=164&AID=6944408&PID=255636
Job Hunt - http://www.job-hunt.org/interns.shtml Job sites and resources for students seeking internships.
The Job Resource - http://www.thejobresource.com/ search for internship/co-op jobs, full time, and/or part time jobs as well as job type (accounting, etc.), company type (advertising, etc.), location (state in the U.S. or country), and keyword.
JobTrak - http://www.monstertrak.monster.com/ if your college or graduate school is a member of JobTrak, you have access to their job postings and employers have access to you, now a service of Monster.com.
JobWeb - http://www.jobweb.com/ excellent career advice for college job seekers and recent college grads, practical and useful advice (recent job market and starting salary studies), articles, links, searchable database of college job fairs, and much more. Classic site, continued high quality.
Legg Mason – Financial advising firm – www.leggmason.com - has internship opportunities for Human Resources, Psychology, Information Systems, Business, Technical Writing, Accounting, Finance, and Economic areas.
Magazine Publishers of America - http://www.magazine.org/careers/Internships/ internships in the magazine industry.
Melwood – www.melwood.org - A non-profit organization that works with the developmentally disabled; has paid and unpaid internships.
NASA Internship and Coop Jobs - http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/coop/centers.html select your preferred location from a listing of NASA education centers, and then look at the opportunities available there, from high school through college level opportunities.
National Assembly of Health and Human Service Organizations - http://www.nassembly.org/nassembly/ check out the listings under Internships & Jobs for paid and unpaid positions in human services organizations.
National Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Progarm - http://www.nsf.gov/home/crssprgm/reu/start.htm select your scientific field (e.g. atmospheric, biological, chemistry, etc.) and see the places which have opportunities for undergraduates and the people to contact there.
Naval Research Laboratory – www.nrl.navy.mil and https://hrol.nrl.navy.mil/student - has Student Career Experience Program and Summer Employment Program.
Partnership for Public Service - http://www.ourpublicservice.org/info-url3743/info-url.htm - Great information and links to federal internship opportunities.
Resort Jobs - http://www.resortjobs.com/ offers a searchable database of resort jobs and a weekly newsletter of opportunities and news.
Rising Star Internships - http://www.rsinternships.com/ find an internship by "sector" (e.g., archeology, art history, etc.). Fee for posting your resume which will have no privacy protection available unless you post using an assumed identity.
StudentJobs.gov - http://www.studentjobs.gov/ jobs in the U.S. Federal Government for students, from summer work and co-op through internships and volunteer service.
SummerJobs - http://www.summerjobs.com/ search job postings by geography and/or keywords both inside and outside the U.S.
TV Job Internships - http://www.tvjobs.com/intern.htm find an internship in television, browse by station, broadcasting group, show, cable, etc.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection – www.cbp.gov and www.usjobs.opm.gov internship program.
U.S. National Archives & Records Administration – www.archives.gov - has internships & volunteer opportunities.
The Washington Center for Internships - http://www.twc.edu/ if you are interested in an internship opportunity in Washington, D.C., check out this site. Internships may be supplemented by academic seminars (for academic credit!).
http://www.amby.com/kimeldorf/portfolio/p_mk-10.html - Portfolio Library, provides information on constructing a portfolio.
http://www.bc.edu/offices/careers/skills/resumes/portfolios/ - Boston College, describes format and types of portfolios.
http://www.bsu.edu/students/careers/documents/portfoli/ - Ball State University, helpful tips on professional portfolios.
http://www.colby-sawyer.edu/campus-life/career/search_prep/portfolios.html - Colby-Sawyer College, information on what to include in a professional portfolio.
http://www.gbrownc.on.ca/saffairs/stusucc/portfolio.html - George Brown, The Toronto City College, guidelines and information on preparing a professional portfolio.
http://www.jobweb.com/resources/library/Samples/Getting_a_job_c_260_1.htm - Jobweb, article, Getting a job can be as easy as learning how to show and tell, provides information on how to use your portfolio during a job interview.
http://www.pampetty.com/profportfolio.htm - Information on professional portfolio development, geared towards teaching, but good information.
http://www.quintcareers.com/job_search_portfolio.html - Quintessential Careers, article on the usage of portfolios.
http://www.net-temps.com/adcgi/banner.cgi?ref=crnews&ch=98&id=crs_98 - Net Temps, article on portfolios.
http://www.rlscareercenter.org/portfolio.htm - RLS Career Center, Career Development Specialists, presents ideas for putting a professional portfolio together.
http://www.stec.uvic.ca/tutorials/career-portfolio.html#def - Portfolio information and links to other sites.
http://meg.umdnj.edu/career_development/career_portfolios.cfm - University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, 30 links to teaching portfolio websites.
http://www.webgrrls.com/wfs.jhtml?/career/advice/portfolio3.phtml - Webgrrls International, provides information on want to include in a written portfolio; also includes information for online portfolios.
Dress For Success Websites
http://www.bangornews.com/news/templates/?a=95959&z=161 - Bangor News, Article, Wardrobe Essentials for Every Woman.
http://www.black-collegian.com/career/dress2001-2nd.shtml - The Black Collegian; articles, Dress for Success. http://www.black-collegian.com/career/dress2002-1st.shtml
http://career.boisestate.edu/InterviewDress.html - Boise State University, Article, How to Dress For Your Interview.
http://careercenter.tamu.edu/Students/S1/S1B2.shtml - Texas A & M Career Center website; information on interview and business casual clothes.
http://careerplanning.about.com/cs/dressingforwork/a/prof_dress.htm - Article, Dressing Professionally When You Have To.
http://careers.unc.edu/yourjobsearch/interviewing/wear.html - University of North Carolina, University Career Services, interviewing tips on what to wear.
http://www.deed.state.mn.us/cjs/dress.pdf - Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, information on dress and grooming.
http://www.durlamanddurlam.com/WardrobeEssentials.html - Durlam and Durlam, provides information on wardrobe basics and fit. Has instructional information on how to tie a tie.
http://fashion.about.com/library/howto/htalways.htm - About, fashion article, How to Always Have Something to Wear.
http://www.job-interview.net/howtodress.htm - Job Interview; information on projecting a professional image.
http://www.ocjobsite.com/job-articles/dress-for-success.asp - Orange County Jobsite; article, Dressing for Interview Success – Casualness Breeds Casualties.
http://www.selfesteem.org/labelle/curriculum/dress.htm - LaBelle is a non-profit organization website; provides information on self-esteem, self-development and personal and social responsibility.
http://www.self-improvement-resources.com/Personal%20Success/dress-interview-success-.html - Links to multiple resources on dressing for success.
http://www.symsdress.com/ - SYMS Dress to Achieve website, designed to educate college students on proper work dress.
http://www.quintcareers.com/dress_for_success.html - Quintessential Careers, Article, When Job Hunting: Dress For Success
http://www.worktree.com/tb/IN_dress.cfm - Work Tree, job search portal; information on dressing for success.
Nonprofit Job Search & Information Websites
http://www.asaenet.org/ - American Society of Association Executives, provides resources and information on nonprofits; comprehensive information on careers in associations including types of positions, salaries, and educational requirements.
http://www.associationcentral.com/ - Association Central, conduct a search on “nonprofit” for related topics.
http://ceoupdate.com/ - CEO Update, provides access to senior-level nonprofit positions.
http://www.charitychannel.com/ - Charity Channel, site created to provide nonprofit professionals a place to connect, learn from each other, share information and work together to advance the cause of philanthropy.
http://www.developpro.com/ - Develop Pro, provides resources for development professionals.
http://www.energizeinc.com/sitemap.html - Energize, inc., an international training, consulting and publishing firm specializing in volunteerism.
http://www.fdncenter.org - The Foundation Center, searchable grant and foundation databases to assist in finding funding opportunities.
http://www.gdrc.org/ngo/ncafe-ks.html - Kickstart an NGO, provides strategies, tools, evaluations and other resources for nonprofits.
http://www.give.org/ - Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance, provides guidance to donors on making informed giving decisions through charity evaluations and various "tips" publications.
http://www.guidestar.org/ - Guidestar, database to research nonprofit organizations.
http://www.hscareers.com/ - Human Services Career Network, resources, information, and searchable job listings.
http://www.idealist.org - Idealist Home, Nonprofit Jobs Around the World, resources, information, and searchable job listings.
http://www.iknow.org/ -Interactive Knowledge for Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide, provides information and links for nonprofits.
http://www.innonet.org/ - Innovation Network, free online tools and resources for nonprofits
http://www.lib.msu.edu/harris23/grants/znprofrg.htm - Nonprofit Resource Guide, focuses on organizations of interest to or providing assistance to nonprofit organizations.
http://www.mapnp.org/library/ - Free Management Library, resources for nonprofit and for-profit organizations.
http://www.mdp.state.md.us/clhouse/redbook/redbook.html - The Red Book, Catalog of State Assistance Programs; search “nonprofits” by subject; provides access to database of financial and non-financial assistance offered by Maryland State government agencies.
http://www.ngo.org/index2.htm - NGO Global Network (Non-governmental organizations associated with the United Nations), links to resources and information.
http://www.nonprofitjobs.org - Community Career Center, job search site for non-profits.
http://www.nonprofitoyster.com/ - Nonprofit Oyster, resources, information, and searchable job listings.
http://www.nonprofits.org - Internet Nonprofit Center, information for and about nonprofits.
http://www.nptimes.com/Feb03/sr1.html - The NonProfit Times, Article, 2003 Salary Survey.
http://nptjobs.nptimes.com/ - The NonProfit Times, searchable nonprofit jobs.
http://www.npxpress.com/ - Philanthropy Journal, news, information, and job links.
http://www.opportunitynocs.org - National Opportunity Knocks, searchable source for nonprofit job opportunities.
www.dors.state.md.us - Maryland Department of Rehabilitation Services
www.usdoj.gov/crt/ada/workta.pdf - Americans with Disabilities Act Information
www.usdoj.gov/crt/ada/cguide.pdf - Americans with Disabilities Act Information; Title I of the ADA
http://www.jan.wvu.edu/english/whatisodep.htm – Job Accommodation Network
http://www.jan.wvu.edu/sbses/index.htm - The Small Business and Self-Employment Services (SBSES)
www.dol.gov/odep/welcome.html - U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy
www.nosscr.org/faqind.html - Social Security Disability
http://www.wrpjobs.com/pages/1/index.htm - Workforce Recruitment Program
http://www.enabledonline.com/jobs.html - Enabled Online
Washington, DC Registry
Last modified: Monday, 06-Jun-2005 14:16:24 EDT