How to Get a Job
Resume and Cover Letter Guide
Job Fair Tips
Job Search Strategies
Websites listed below are not maintained by the Career Center but are provided as a convenience to students to aid them in a job search.
Our job search tools help you find the right job for you. Research current job trends and salaries. Get updates when new jobs are posted. Or, bring our jobs to the places where you spend your time online -- social networks, blogs, your homepage...and even your mobile phone.
Online Resume Builder
Resume Builder assists you to create an effective and professional resume by providing expert tips, writing examples, and helpful suggestions. The software also comes with a cover letter builder, thank you letter builder and more. For all students registering for the first time or returning students logging in, visit the resume builder now and sign in with your university issued email address.
One Search. All Jobs. A large, comprehensive and user-friendly one-stop search engine for job seekers.
Green Careers Guide
Helps people find green jobs.
Free resume writing assistance.
America's Job Bank
Over 780,000 job openings listed. Links together state employment offices from all over the U.S.
Ministry Source is a website where ministry job opportunities are posted.
Teachoverseas.org - links to the organization, Educational Services International (ESI), which provides Christians with an opportunity to make friends around the world through teaching conversational English, business, and other subjects.
JobWeb offers career and job-search advice for new college graduates, and is the online complement to the Job Choices job-search publications.
A free job search resource for education job seekers
SchoolSpring offers job seekers a one-stop solution for managing the job search, including complete archiving of all necessary documents and certifications, and access to the all education jobs in their selected regions.
Entry-level job site.