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Information and experiences for international students and professionals aspiring to study, work and live in US…
Going Global provides country-specific career and employment information, including world-wide internships and job postings, H1B employer listings, corporate profiles, and career resources for 30 countries.
Student Veterans of America strives to provide practical, useful resources to support our vision of ensuring all veterans succeed in higher education, achieve their academic goals, and gain meaningful employment.
Welcome to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s Government-wide Veterans Employment Website. This website is a critical component of the Federal Government’s strategy for the recruitment and employment of Veterans.
If you are looking for a job or an employer committed to hiring Veterans, you can register here on the Veterans Employment Center (VEC).
Wherever you are in the transition process, the Veterans Employment Center provides career advice, résumé-building assistance, and access to employers who are committed to hiring Veterans and military spouses.
Vault.com provides in-depth intelligence on what it’s really like to work within an industry, company, or profession—and how to position yourself to launch and build the career you want.
Access for free: Log into mySHU and search Vault via Shapiro Library for automatic access or create an account using link and SNHU email.
Welcome to the #1 method for finding your ideal graduate program.
With almost 67,000 programs listed in its free directory, GradSchools.com is the leading online resource for graduate school. You can use this site to find your ideal program by searching by subject, location and even school. Try targeting your search even more by going to sections designed specifically for MBA and business programs, international programs, distance and online programs, and a section that helps guide students from under-represented groups.
There are all sorts of job searchers out there. You’ve got your classic everyday hunter. Your emotional seeker who only looks after a terrible day at work, and our favorite, the I’m-not-looking-right-now-but-would-listen-to-a-great-offer-if-it-came-along. It doesn’t matter who you are. The Muse should be your go-to place for whatever job comes next in your life. Search from thousands of real, hand-picked jobs, at some of the coolest companies you’ll ever come across.
Welcome to What Can I Do With This Major? Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this site will help you connect majors to careers. Learn about the typical career areas and the types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate. Continue your research on majors and careers through the websites provided.
Find a grad school or program that’s right for you.
With WetFeet.com you can find information on different career paths, companies, industries, interviewing, resumes and much more.
Search for job opportunities in the U.S. based on visa and/or OPT.
Out for Work functions as a complimentary component in the total educational experience of LGBTQ students, primarily in the development, evaluation, initiation and implementation of career plans and opportunities. OFW’s programs, resources and services provide assistance to students in the cultivation and enhancement of skills to explore career options, master search techniques and strategies and research employment opportunities.
What’s contained within this site is not a magic bullet: you won’t get a job by simply reading each page. But, if you commit to doing every exercise, with authenticity, serious effort, hustle and follow through, you will discover your path, find your ideal career, and get hired.
Use tracking sheet to organize and keep track of multiple job searches.
Information on American firms, which have branches, subsidiaries, or affiliates outside the United States
Comprehensive country-by-country resource for careers in international business and trade.
Veteran Career Info and Resources
Job Search board for Veterans
U.S. Dept of Labor resources for Veterans
Career resources for Veterans
Resource to identify volunteer opportunities to utilize your skills to make a difference.
Search for a job title and location for job searches.
Provides state-specific information, earnings, and expected job prospects.
Free online personal blog site to showcase your writing.
Free online website, blog or portfolio
Design a free online website, blog or portfolio.
Asian American career and job search resources.
African-American Business and Career Magazine
It’s important to know and understand your rights. This link provides diversity and job board resources.
Provides Latino graduates with job opportunities resources.
Diversity job board and career advice.
Additional job search engine to expand job search.
Tips on building E-portfolio to market your skills to employers.
Informational interview provide students an opportunity to not just learn more about a career but also network with professionals. Learn how to best utilize informational interviews as a networking tool.
Personal branding starts with a strong elevator pitch. This is your short window to share with a potential employer who you are, aspirations and strengths. You only get once chance to make a first impression. Make it count!
Phone and video interviews are becoming common practices in today’s job interview process. Employers use this initial non face-to-face interviews to screen applicants before scheduling in-person interviews. Preparing for non-face-to-face interviews will assure your chance to get that in-person interviews!
You nailed the first interview! Now you need to nail the second round of interviews. Learn these tips to go in for the second round even stronger.
Ever wonder what are questions typically asked during an interview? Review these sample interview questions to prepare answers for an interview.
Successful interviews involve pre, during and post preparation. Learn these tips and tricks to knock your interview out of the park!
Cover letters are sent to employers with a resume and provides a personal introduction to who you are and what you can bring to the position/company. Follow these guidelines to develop a strong cover letter. Still need help? Contact our office for help!
A sample of a reference sheet to provide at job interviews or provided to employers if asked before interview.
Accomplishment statements are the hardest to create for a resume. Here are some tips on how to write a strong accomplishment statement.
Resume writing guide to assist with developing a strong resume to sell your skills to potential employers. Still need help? Contact our office for resume assistance!
Learn how to prepare for graduate school admission interviews.
Learn how to develop a strong personal statement or essay for graduate school applications.
Information on preparing for graduate school entrance exams.
Learn how to prepare for grad school applications.
Links to additional resources for your grad school search.
Need help on finding the right graduate school? Here are some tips on finding a graduate school for you!
Stay organized during your graduate school search and don’t miss out on these important deadlines.
Explore occupation information and data from the U.S. Dept. of Labor. Occupation information includes skills, competencies, education required, job growth expectancy, average salaries and job search options.
Self-Assessment career tool to explore personal values, interests and strengths to identify career paths.
Glassdoor provides a look inside companies including company reviews, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, in addition to job postings.
Video tape your interview answers and share it with others to get feedback. Forward to a career coach, professor, advisor, parent, or anyone else you choose.
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