Center for Experiential Learning and Career Services

Job Search

For Specific Colleges or Populations              Job Posting Sites             Informational Sites

Ohio Means Jobs: Every day businesses use this website to find their next intern and/or employee.  Upload your resume to the site (be sure to have it critiqued by Career Services first) and showcase your skills to businesses by putting your resume in front of the hiring managers who matter most!  When employers post an opening on a trade association website, their corporate website, or any other online job bank, finds that opening and displays the postings on one convenient site.  Job seekers can use the site as a one-stop shop for full-time, part-time, contract, internship and temporary work.  They also can use it to learn about upcoming recruitment events and to search for job openings by company name, job title, location, and salary.  This site is a collaboration between the Ohio Board of Regents, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and and the service is free.

>LinkedIn - Networking is such an important part of the job search. LinkedIn exists to help make better use of your professional network and help the people you trust in return. Watch 2 minute video.
>Finding a Job - Using Social Media: Intro  (Columbia University Center for Career Education)

Handouts, Etc.
>The Job Search in a Tough Economy
>Job Searching Workshop Online
>How to Work a Job Fair
>Job Search Strategies
>Market your Extra-curricular Activities
>Transferable Skills Checklist
>Dress for Success
>Salary and Relocation
>Business Etiquette
>The Academic Job Search 
>The Federal Job Search 

For Specific Colleges or Populations

Liberal Studies
>Especially for Liberal Arts Students

>Education Major Resources

>Job Search Strategies for Engineers
>Writing an Engineering Resume with Samples

>Pharmacy Resume and CV Guide

International Students
>Job Search Strategies for International Students

Job Posting Sites
*Please be advised that Career Services does not recommend utilizing websites that require a fee to view position openings.  Conducting an effective job search should not cause you financial hardship.  Be cautious as you search the web for helpful sites, and call us at 419.530.4341 if you have any questions about online job searching.

>Jobs in Ohio >Jobs in the United States 
>Jobs Abroad > 
>Internships (U. Buffalo) >Career Builder
>Internships and Fellowships (America's Career InfoNet) >Best Bets for Internships Abroad (U. California-Irvine)
>Internship Resources for College Students (Quint Careers) >Internship Postings (
>Internships (  

Informational Sites
>Career Journal-Wall Street Journal
>Career Advice -
>Exploring Majors and Careers                                                                    
>Career Guide to Industries (information on 42 industry groupings)
>Explore by Occupation (America's Career InfoNet)                                     
>Employment Projections
>Getting You Started on Your Career Path! (University of Manitoba)
>Job Search Minute Videos ( - From resumes to interviews and everything in-between

Last Updated: 7/14/16