The links below are not only career listings, but also general tools, information, and newsletters that you can use to find a job or internship.
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Make an informed career decision by reading about your future employer before you accept a job offer. Look up employer reviews written by current and former employees, search for salary information by company name or job title, and sign up for an account to set up job alerts on available jobs you are interested.
One Day One Job
Every day One Day One Job will introduce you to an awesome new company or non-profit. They’ll tell you what they do, who they are, why they’re interesting, and what kind of entry level jobs and internships they offer.
JOBipedia.org is a free website where students and recent graduates can ask questions about job searching and get answers directly from experienced recruiting professionals at America's top employers.
Jobstr is a Q&A site where professionals from a variety of industries invite readers to "ask them anything" about their jobs.
Wall Street Journal: College
From the Wall Street Journal, literally hundreds of articles about all aspects of job hunting and career management.
Many candidates have questions about what to expect in terms of salaries and compensation as well as questions about where they will live when they take a new job or internship. Here are a few online resources that may be helpful, though many contain average salary information that includes experienced workers.
Glassdoor provides an inside look at salaries, reviews and interview questions posted by employees at over 100,000 organizations. Content includes actual interview questions and reviews for specific employers from previous interview candidates; specific salary, bonus, and commission details; and reviews of the company culture and working conditions. Watch this quick tutorial video for more information on how to navigate their site.
NACE Salary Calculator
The NACE Salary Calculator Center is the hub for compensation data, with salary data for more than 1,000 occupations in 560 regions of the United States.
PayScale Salary Negotiation Guide
This free guide contains guides, scripts, and articles on how to research, strategize, and negotiate your first salary.
This site provides a comprehensive collection of free salary listings for most careers as well as salary advice and links to popular career search websites.
If finding and paying for housing for a summer internship is a concern, then you need to carefully consider the financial impact of such an endeavor. Be certain to discuss all of your options with your parents, family members and friends.
Generally speaking, the easiest way to find housing is to contact the Housing Offices of area colleges and universities. While this is easy it is often the most expensive option.
Students should bear in mind that a listing here is not necessarily an endorsement. Students should take care in researching and following up on all housing opportunities.
Offering the world's first apartment search engine, listings are broken down into neighborhoods, highlighting pricing, noise level, nearby attractions, restaurants, shopping, etc.
Educational Housing Services
A housing service in NYC that offers a variety of accommodations with free wifi and cable, as well as a helpful staff which provides weekly excursions and programs for residents.
With over 500,000 active rental listings and 4 million homes for sale, HotPads.com is the premier map-based housing search engine, delivering the most interactive and personal housing search experience online.
Your Home Suite
Search for short- and long-term housing around the country.
This website lists intern-friendly housing all over the country.
Moving to NYC | Street Easy
This website features a helpful guide to students moving to New York City.
This website features an interactive map and shows nearby grocery stores, public transportation, and other amenities.
Rent.com's powerful apartment search tool and detailed rental listings make it easy to find your new apartment.
A search tool for temporary rentals.
Washington Intern Student Housing (WISH)
WISH housing is found at a number of Capitol Hill locations that make it easy for students to access the excitement and charm of life in Washington, DC.
Zillow is a home and real estate marketplace dedicated to helping homeowners, home buyers, sellers, renters, real estate agents, mortgage professionals, landlords and property managers find and share vital information about homes, real estate, mortgages, and home improvement. We are transforming the way consumers make home-related decisions and connect with professionals.
The following pages are comprised of career development resources and job and internship search engines. This is, by no means, an exhaustive list, but it is a good starting point.
Betterteam's Top Job Sites
List of 50 job search sites compiled by Betterteam.
Provides links to home pages of employers who have jobs to offer. You can learn about the employers and the positions they have available.
Center for Strategic and International Studies Internships
CSIS has been dedicated to providing world leaders with strategic insights on - and policy solutions to - current and emerging global issues. They offer both full and part-time internships in the fall, spring and summer for undergraduate, advanced students and recent graduates interested in gaining practical experience in public policy at an institution dedicated to analysis and policy impact.
Current Jobs Bulletin
The CDO subscribes to several online job-posting newsletters particularly useful for liberal arts graduates (arts, international, writing/communications, education, and more). Contact the CDO for a username and password.
Federal Government Internships
Searchable database of Federal government internships and student jobs.
Kenyon's database for researching companies by location, industry, size, and name. Find potential employers by industry and location!
Also known as Action Without Borders. Internships (and jobs) with non-profit organizations, volunteer opportunities with community agencies; these are available domestically and in over 160 other countries.
Click "Internship Job Board" to search for internships by type and location in a large database.
One of the largest free internship listing sites, Looksharp focuses on positions with startup companies, non-profits, and other difficult to find opportunities. The site is flexible and easy to use -- you can easily search different fields and locations, and apply to as many positions as you'd like without any registration required. Also, check out the Looksharp Blog, a constantly-updating resource of the latest internship trends, insights, and student success stories.
Ohio Means Jobs
Plan your career, search job postings, post a resume and find programs to assist with skill development.
Search more than 700 professional and academic fellowship programs
Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
From the National Science Foundation, this site links to hundreds of research opportunities in 18 primary categories!
Top Job Applications
View, download and print a large selection of Job Applications for well known companies. They offer information and applications for many retail stores, restaurants, fast food stores, life saving pharmacies, ice cream parlors, department stores and grocery shops.