Below is a partial list that may prove useful as you begin a search.  For other resources, employer networks and alumni mentor network opportunities and information, please visit the career development center.

For other resources such as employer directories, industry information, and how-to job search guides, visit our Career Resource Center located in Career Development in the Student Services Building, 2nd Floor.

  • Linkedin - Job search through LinkedIn. View our Maximize LinkedIn workshop presented by Chaim Shapiro, a national speaker and trainer on LinkedIn.
  • WayUp - A free, easy-to-use platform for early-career professionals to explore job and internship opportunities, receive advice, and get discovered by employers. Every student who applies to a job or internship on the platform will hear back from the employer within 24 hours.
  • Indeed - Largest job search site
  • AfterCollege - Explore jobs for recent graduates
  • College Grad - Great site for Grad School lists by area of study
  • Handshake - Job and internship opportunities for college students. Open to students from all colleges.
  • ZipRecruiter - PT Jobs, FT Jobs and internships
  • Career One Stop -America’s job bank, Department of Labor lists
  • Simply Hired - Search in one place for millions of jobs, from thousands of websites
  • Camp Staff - Jobs with summer camps
  • Coolworks - Summer & non-traditional jobs
  • QuadJobs - Connects students to local part-time/temp/odd-job opportunities in businesses and in households.

Some of the following organizations can assist in finding work/volunteer/internship abroad (some charge a fee):

  • K-12 Jobs - Teaching Jobs and Administrative School Positions at Public and Private Institutions
  • HigherEd Jobs -The leading source for jobs and career information in academia
  • TeacherVision - Dedicated to helping teachers save time. Find 20,000 pages of classroom-ready lesson plans, printables, and resources
  • K12JobSpot -Education’s premier teacher recruitment service