Career Development Links

  • America's Career Kit
    An online career development resource provided by the U.S. Department of Labor that includes job listings, career guidance, salary data, training and education resources, and information on licensing and certification.
  • Campus Point
    CampusPoint offers access to hundreds of opportunities with new and different local employers:  including traditional careers, temporary, and internship-type positions - focusing on the Seattle and Portland metro areas.
  • Career Builder
    Job search, employer profiles, post your resume, Job recommendations, recruiting events, international opportunities, entry level for college grads, resume tips, and other resources.
  • CareerOneStop
    Sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, provides links to veterans and government, state, and private sector job banks.  Search by state or explore jobs by category.
  • CareerPath
    Help wanted ads from 25 major U.S. newspapers. Search by category and job title.  Career planning and tests, advice, and many other resources.
  • CareerZone
    An O*NET pilot site with information on career exploration and planning for middle and high school students.
  • Environmental Career Center
    Job seekers can register for a free account where they can apply to the current job postings as well as set up job search agents to forward new positions directly to their inbox.
  • Graduate Jobs - Liberal Arts
    Updated daily with new jobs, averaging at least 300 vacancies per month and offers over 150 postings per month focused on internships and fellowships in the liberal arts. The job postings focus on entry-level or early career positions for candidates with Bachelors or advanced degrees and requiring either no experience or no more than 2-3 years experience, most of which could be obtained in college or an internship.
  • International Career Development Library
    A comprehensive collection of links on all aspects of the career planning and job-search process.
  • Idealist
    "Action Without Borders"
    Job and internship listings for social and environmental non profit agencies in the US and abroad.
  • Job Corps
    Visit this site to learn more about Job Corps, the nation's largest education and job training program for at-risk youth, ages 16 through 24.
  • Life123 - Career Choices
  • Mapping-Your-Future
    Career and education planning information for students, from middle school to adult.

Guide to Life after High School: Freshman Year
Guide to Life after High School: Sophomore Year
Guide to Life after High School: Junior Year
Guide to Life after High School: Senior Year

Debt/Salary Wizard
Mapping Your Future's CareerShip
Guide to Life after High School
(online/interactive version)

  • Microsoft
    Careers with Microsoft in the US and Worldwide.
  • Military Career Guide Online
    At this site, you will find descriptions of 152 enlisted and officer occupations and discussions of the training, advancement, and educational opportunities that come with each job type.
  • Mind Tools
    A resource to help people understand the essential skills and techniques that will help them to excel, whatever their chosen profession.
  • Monster
    Job postings, employer profiles, resume builder, franchise opportunities, human resources, entry level jobs, and internships.
  • Monster College
    Full-time, part-time, summer and internship job openings. Build your resume or research job search tips, top recruiters, scholarships, and graduate school information.
  • National Skill Standards Board (NSSB)
    The national organization building a voluntary national system of skill standards, assessments, and certification to enhance the ability of U.S. workers to compete effectively in the global economy.
  • New Scientist
    Job listings nationwide in life sciences; chemistry; clinical; Earth, environment & energy; engineering; maths & IT; physics; and operations.
  • O*NET
    The online, updated version of the Dictionary of Occupational Titles, with skills profiles, details about individual occupations, and crosswalk to DOT codes.
  • O*NET Career Exploration Tools
    A set of self-directed career exploration/assessment tools to help workers consider and plan career options, preparation, and transitions more effectively.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    The full text of the Occupational Outlook Handbook online.
  • Pongo Resume
    This Web site includes numerous links to career resources for a number of professions.
  • Quintessential Career & Job Hunting Resources Guide
    Guide to the best resources on the web to help new college grads find employment.
  • Salary.com
    A nationwide database of salary information for hundreds of careers.
  • Salary Calculator
    Figures the salary you would need to make in another city to equal salary in your current location.
  • Washington State Job List
    Apply for positions with Washington State via the Internet.
    Tips for Applying for Jobs With the State of Washington
  • What Color is Your Parachute?:  Job Hunting Online
    Links to info. about jobs, resumes, counseling, networking, and research.