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Job & Internships
Urban Employ Network
Internships and jobs in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco-Oakland, Washington D.C.
A web site sponsored by the Graduation Pledge Alliance, this offers information about jobs and internships in the US and other countries, in all fields of study. The organization promotes an awareness of the social and environmental consequences of work done by graduates, and has a growing base of supporters from universities and colleges nationwide. Seniors who wish to join the GPA may get more information, as well as pledge certificates and green ribbons to wear at Graduation ceremonies, from the Career Development Center, or email email@example.com.
Information about student employment and internships in the federal government. You can create a resume to print out or post on-line, as well as create a personal profile to be notified of future postings that match your criteria.
Free data about jobs for college students, searchable by area.
This site offers a job search database by field and location, powered by CareerBuilder.com.
Discover cool careers, connect with inspiring people, and share your ideas and questions.
About.com: Business School
A great site for those pursuing a business career. Includes information on the GMAT, resume and curriculum vitae guidelines, and news about the market place.
A “career toolkit” on writing cover letters and resumes, networking, interviewing, salary negotiation, career tests and more. Also has job-seeker links to various fields, college information and on-line forums.
See especially the newsletter articles on current trends in conducting a job search, preparing a resume, job searching on-line and interview etiquette.
Fortune Magazine’s "Best Companies to Work For"
A ranking of US companies according to best practices and compensation for employees. View the various companies by state, benefits or size and field to find out what makes them attractive employers. You may also use this list to search for potential job opportunities.
Information on conducting a job search, preparing a resume, job searching on-line, and interview etiquette, and researching companies.
Visit a virtual career fair posted at this site, and find all kinds of resources for your career development as a minority student.
Recruiters Connection "Train & Gain" Webinars
These complimentary job webinar training sessions that offer free training for jobs and free career advice are typically no longer than one hour and Recruiters Connection brings them to you from top national trainers within the employment and career services industries.