Links to Career Resources
For additional career resources, visit the following websites:
Use InternshipPrograms.com to post your resume to employers who are looking for interns exclusively! You can also search an extensive database of internships, read internship reviews or create your own real-intern profile, or research companies and careers on Wetfeet.com
Rising Star Internships is a resource for college and vocational students who are looking for an experience to enrich their lives with internship opportunities at companies, organizations, and agencies around the world.
Founded in Chicago, INROADS is an international nonprofit organization that trains and develops talented young people of color for professional careers in business and industry. It incorporates interactive business simulations, seminars, and other opportunities to increase an intern's understanding of how to become a high-performing contributor in the workplace, and develop new management skills for use in the classroom, the community, and beyond. To learn what's in store for you as an INROADS Intern, visit www.inroads.org
America's Promise is a collaborative network that builds upon the collective power of communities and partners to help fulfill five promises for every young person in America. Can you meet the challenge? Every one of us can help. Find out how. Visit www.americaspromise.org
VolunteerMatch is a nonprofit organization with a mission to help everyone find a great place to volunteer. Interested volunteers can enter their ZIP code on the VolunteerMatch home page to quickly find local volunteer opportunities posted by nonprofit organizations throughout the United States.
Idealist is a project of Action Without Borders. In this site you will find 1000+ volunteer opportunities in your community and around the world that match your interests, and a list of organizations that can help you volunteer abroad.
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program provides tools developed by the Department of Defense (DoD) to help high school and post-secondary students across the nation learn more about career exploration and planning. You are encouraged to consider your own work-related values and other important personal preferences as you explore the world of work and learn career exploration skills that will benefit you throughout your work life.
Explore this Web site to learn about the five branches of the Military Services and a variety of career areas.