The Hale Center for Career Development subscribes to many resources, some of which require login information (*). Students may access usernames and passwords through CamelLink (Resources, Resource Library, Career Job & Internship Search Resources or Career Exploration Resources).
The Job Opportunity Website for Persons with Disabilities and Inclusive Employers
Jobs and internships in the performing arts.
College athletes can connect with employers for jobs, internships and more.
The Black Collegian
Jobs with employers dedicated to diversity.
Buzzfile Employers by major and state. A resource to help you find different employers that may be looking at students with certain majors.
Career Guide for Students with Disabilities
Guide and resources for job-seekers with disabilities.
Career Search by Field
Separated into multiple career fields, provides links to job websites within each.
Holds a growing database of company reviews, interview descriptions and salary reports.
Fabulous resource for everything non-profit. Idealist post internship, volunteer and job opportunities, as well as an extensive list of organizations working for the greater good.
Job Search Resources for International Students
Site includes databases of employers in ALL employment fields that will sponsor international students.
Read interview transcripts from different career professionals to gain clarity on day-to-day job responsibilities.
Leader in online employment for Hispanic and bilingual professionals.
Leadership Development & Rotational Program
Leadership development and rotational programs provide you with in-depth experiences across multiple sectors of a business, ongoing mentorship, and targeted training.
Great career information and links, including helpful resources: A Guide to Internships, Best Job Search Sites.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Maintained by the U. S. Department of Labor, it tells you the training and education needed, expected earnings and job prospects, job descriptions and working conditions for hundreds of different types of jobs.
*Opportunities in Public Affairs
An excellent source of public affairs jobs and post graduate internships in the Washington, DC area.
Specializes in joining the Hispanic bilingual professional with companies looking for DIVERSITY in the workplace.
*Spotlight on Careers
Provides career and field specific information, jobs and internships, professional associations and more.
Jobs with the Federal government and information on how to apply.
The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal sector employers nationwide with highly motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities.
Working with Disabilities
Information for workers with disabilities.
Are you a Latino, Military Veteran, Female, Asian American, African American or LGBT professional looking for career opportunities?Are you especially interested in applying at companies that strive for a multicultural work environment?