Job Search Sites
AfterCollege® – Entry-level jobs for college students and recent grads
America’s Job Bank – Thousands of new jobs are posted daily by employers
AT&T Student Jobs – Where you get all of the latest exclusive info on AT&T’s Development Programs and Internships specifically designed for students
Bright.com – Social networking site that uses your personal and professional contacts to discover job openings in companies where you have connections. Click to see job listings in Charleston and Huntington
CampusGov – Register today to start your job search and be contacted by government agencies nationwide looking for you!
CampusRN – Visit CampusRN to search through thousands of jobs and scholarships in your area.
Care.com – Search for child care positions in your area
Career Magazine – Provides industry-specific career channels
Career Bliss Choose Happy! CareerBliss empowers you to choose happy with company reviews and ratings, salary info and jobs.
Career Builder – Find jobs locally and nationally; choose from over 1.3 million jobs
Career Profiles– The Premier Career Search, Information, Job Descriptions & Education Guide
Career Jet – Employment search engine for the USA
Career Journal – (Wall Street Journal) Offering articles, salary comparisons, a job listings search and career advice
CollegeGrad.com – Large database of employers who are looking for grads and entry-level personnel
College Journal – (Wall Street Journal) Prepare for a career with news and information from The Wall Street Journal and search thousands of entry-level and internship job listings
College Recruiter – Post your resume for free
Computer Careers – Lots of great information about the different types of computer careers
Criminal Justice Degrees Schools – Great resource for those interested in entering or advancing in this field
Criminal Justice School Info – Great resource for those interested in pursuing a degree or career in criminal justice
DCJobSource.com -Students can find jobs & internships in the DC area at top companies and the federal government.
EmploymentGuide.com – Post your resume, search for local employment, gain career advice and take an inventory of personal career readiness
Experience – Provides career opportunities and advice to over 1 million college-educated members
FBI Agent EDU – Serves as an objective source of information for those interested in learning about everything from education and experience requirements, to job duties and salary expectations specific to careers with the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Find the Data – Lists forecasts about future jobs using statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Getting Hired – Open the door of opportunity with employers committed to hiring people with disabilities
GovLoop.com GovLoop is a social network connecting more than 50,000 federal, state, and local government innovators. It is a resource to connect with peers, share best practices, and find career-building opportunities
Holiday Jobs – Holiday Jobs Career Fair
Idealist.org Idealist connects people, organizations, and resources to find practical solutions to social and environmental problems. It works independently of any government, political ideology, or religious creed
Indeed – One search engine that contains all jobs
JobFind.com – Online employment resource for jobs
Jobpostings.net – Full and part-time opportunities for university and college students
Jobs.com – Find a job, write your resume and negotiate your salary
Job Choices: Resume help, interview tips, and more—see Job Choices, now in digital format
Job Seekers – Guide to online job sites
JobTop – Job search engine for the USA
LinkedIn – Connect and network with other professionals to find career opportunities
Locanto – Locanto is a free classifieds website which allows people to post, browse, and find part-time and full-time jobs in any city. Users can also post their resume and directly contact employers on Locanto.
Master Degrees Online – Our directory features over 90,000 program listings and allows you to determine which program features are most important to you so you can identify the program that best matches your personal interests and career goals.
MSN Careers – MSN Careers provides job seeker tools and content to help change or develop your career
NACElink – Web-based system for recruiting college students for all types of employment. NACElink includes three components: job-posting, resume data base and interview scheduling
National Conference of State Legislatures This is a nonpartisan, noncommercial website designed to educate college students, recent graduates, and anyone looking to change careers about the diverse professional opportunities available within state legislatures
National Contract Management Association The National Contract Management Association is the professional group for professionals along the buying and selling chain. This includes jobs within the federal government
NationJob.com – NationJob provides an employment and job search engine, career search, job listings, tech jobs, careers and government job listings
Net-Temps – Net-Temps is a job posting board. Post resumes, search jobs (temporary and full time jobs) and read career information
Nonprofit Jobs – Allows you to search for nonprofit jobs across the country
NowHiring.com – Features thousands of employers searching for candidates; new jobs posted daily
OneWire – The Finance Career Management Tool provides precise connections between finance professionals and firms.
Opportunity Knocks Opportunity Knocks is a national online career development destination focused exclusively on the nonprofit community
Police Employment – PoliceEmployment.com is an online job information center for a variety of careers in federal, state and local law enforcement
Psychology -Guide to Pre-professional Psychology Opportunities
Service Internships – Global directory of service internships for students
SimplyHired.com – The world’s largest job search engine, SimplyHired.com pools together all the jobs from across the Internet into one easy to use site
The Partnership for Public Service The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works to revitalize the federal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and by transforming the way government works
True Careers® – Includes the ability to search for jobs and listings of hiring companies, upload your resume and find career resources
Social Work Guide – Great resource for those interested in entering or advancing in this field
Special Education Guide – Do you want to know more about the certification or licensure requirements for becoming a special education teacher?
Teacher Certification Degrees – Great resource for those interested in entering or advancing in this field
Yahoo!® Careers – from Yahoo!®