Are you looking for meaningful employment after graduation? Follow the links for specific resources related to job search materials, finding employment opportunities, networking, interviews, and more. Near the bottom of this page you'll find some additional general resources that may be helpful to you as you begin your journey. Each source includes several useful articles on various aspects of employment.
Are you really ready to begin the job hunt? Ask yourself some important questions with this short readiness quiz! (Note that submitting the quiz doesn't actually return any "results"...so you may not want to enter your email address...but the questions are DEFINITELY worth asking yourself!)
If you are looking for a job but aren't quite sure what that job should be, be sure to check out the various occupational exploration resources on the Career Planning page.
Accepting a Job Offer--Coming soon!
General Job Search Resources
On each of the pages linked above you'll see our selection of valuable resources from various career-related sites. If you are looking for additional information, or are just in the mood to browse what's out there, check out the sites below.
Useful site that accompanies the complimentary Job Choices magazine available in the CDC.
Campus Career Center
Many useful articles and resources; some job listings and employer research tools.
3500 pages of articles, links, and resources on every aspect of the job search process.
The Riley Guide
A very thorough and informative guide to employment opportunities and job search resources on the Web.
Monster.com Career Advice
There are many useful articles and tools on this well-known job posting board.
In the mood for some casual but informative career-related reading? Check these out:
Wall Street Journal CareerJournal
Career site of U.S.News & World Report
Occupational Outlook Quarterly
*Special thanks to Ms. Valerie Hurry for assistance with the Employment pages*