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Books in Career Center


Books in Career Center

  • Careers for Self-Starters & Other Entrepreneurial Types - 2nd Edition, Camenson, Blythe
  • Case in Point: Complete Case Interview Preparation, Marc Cosentino
  • Vault Guide to the Top 50 Consulting Firms, Lerner, Marcy
  • Consulting Magazine, (Magazine)
  • A Non-Random Walk Down Wallstreet, Student Investment Committee
  • Banker to the Poor Micro-Lending and the Battle Against World Poverty, Student Investment Committee
  • Freakonomics, Student Investment Committee
  • Market Wizards Interviews with Top Traders, Student Investment Committee
  • Security Analysis, Student Investment Committee
  • The Alchemy of Finance, Student Investment Committee
  • The Black Swan the Impact of the Highly Improbable, Student Investment Committee
  • The Intelligent Investor, Student Investment Committee
  • The New Market Wizards Conversations with America's Top Traders, Student Investment Committee
  • Trend Following How Great Traders Make Millions in Up or Down Markets, Student Investment Committee
  • Ashoka - An organization that develops social entrepreneurs around the world through their fellowship program. Jobs and internships within this organization are listed as well.
  • Business: Accounting Jobs - A career resource dedicated to accounting and finance professionals nationwide. In addition to our accounting job board and job tools, we offer several career resources including accounting job descriptions, accounting resumes, salary reviews, accounting schools and more.
  • Business: - brings you the latest scoop on various business career areas including jobs, salaries, what people are saying and entry requirements.
  • Business: Financial -   Finanical Jobs News and Resources. Accounting & Finance jobs for professionals at all levels of their careers.    
  • Business for Social Responsibility - An organization that develops social entrepreneurs around the world through their fellowship program. Jobs and internships within this organization are listed as well.
  • Business: eFinancial Careers -    Finance jobs in USA and worldwide: banking jobs, accounting recruitment and IT jobs in the finance sector - financial careers & USA job market news.
  • Business: The Wall Street Journal - Career articles and job search engine.
  • - Website for careers in accounting and finance.
  • Fashion Internships - A site that provides accesss to internships in the fashion industry.
  • Fast Company - An online site that discusses global business issues. Information about careers in business and graduate business schools included.
  • Financial Job Network - Listing of global job openings for financial professionals.
  • Net Impact - A networking group of MBA students and young business professionals who believe in social entrepreneurship and social change
  • - The world's top financial services firms are currently using OneWire to hire candidates for open positions.  To be considered, you must create a profile on
  • Search Accounting Jobs -  Great Resource for alumni. Our company has been in business for over 24 years and specializes in national accounting career opportunities.  Professionals can create a free account, upload a confidential resume, search for jobs, directly contact top accounting recruiters working in their specialty and geographic location and much more.
  • Small Business Administration - A Federal government agency which aids, counsels, assists, and protects the interests of small businesses in order to preserve free enterprise.

Career Info

Books in Career Center

  • America's Top Jobs for People Re-Entering the Workforce, Carl Krannich
  • Back in Control: How to Stay Sane, Productive and Inspired in Your Career Transition
  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Discovering Your Perfect Career, Rene Carew
  • 100% Career Success, Solomon, Amy
  • 100% Job Search Success, Solomon, Amy
  • Getting from College to Career: 90 things to do before you join the real world, Lindsey Pollak
  • 10 Best College Majors for Your Personality, Statkin, Laurence and the editors of JIST
  • Taking a Gap Year, Susan Griffith
  • Careers for Born Leaders & Other Decisive Types, Camenson, Blythe
  • Careers for Courageous People & Other Adventurous Types, Goldberg, Jan
  • Careers for High-Energy People & Other Go Getters, Eberts, Marjorie
  • Careers for People on the Move, Eberts & Gisler
  • Decision Time: A Guide to Career Enhancement 3r ed., Michael Shahnasarian, Ph.D
  • Job Seekers On-Line Goldmine, Wall, Janet
  • Princeton Review Guide to Your Career-6th Edition, Bernstein, Alan
  • Big Book of Jobs, VGM Career Books
  • Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook, JIST Works
  • O*net Dictionary of Occupational Titles
  • 50 Best Recession-Proof Jobs, Shatkin, laurence and the Editors of Jist
  • Great Jobs in the President's Stimulus Plan, Shatkin, Laurence
  • 10 Things Employers Want You to Learn in College, Bill Coplin
  • Compensation Information - Offers salary reports covering virtually every occupation, as well as information on salary, benefits, negotiation and human resources issues.
  • Hoover's - Summarizes key information on hundreds of America's largest employers.
  • Job Hunter's Bible - Official companion site to What Color is Your Parachute?
  • Outlook for Specific Occupations - Working conditions, salary, educational requirements, and job outlook information.
  • The Riley Guide - Huge well organized collection of sites for job seekers.

Claremont Colleges Job Listings

Communications, Entertainment & Media

Books in Career Center

  • Career Opportunities in the Internet, Video, Games, and Multimedia, Taylor and Parish
  • Career Opportunities in The Publishing Industry,  Yager, Fred
  • American Advertising Federation - Provides job listings and information on new industry trends and on how to jump-start your career.
  • American Film Institute - Provides global access to resources in film, television, and new media.
  • American Society of Newspaper Editors - The American Society of Newspaper Editors is dedicated to the leadership of American journalism.
  • - We offer simple, fast and free resources to professionals seeking employment in the media and communications industry. Because we focus solely on connecting candidates with jobs in communications, we provide a quicker and more effective way to find a job and advance your communications career. Get started now - search jobs, post your resume, and land your next great communications job today!
  • Compare Salaries by City and Job -   Find and compare salary and wage information by job, city, state, and more. Data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • Compare Salaries by Job and Industry - Find and compare which careers and industries pay the highest wages and salaries and what percentage of people are employed in various professions. Data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. 
  • - A hub of computer hot topics, news, blogs and opinions, IT jobs, and more.
  • - Job bank in partnership with jobserve.
  • Creative Freelancers - Listing of professional opportunities for creative freelancers (designers, illustrators, writers, editors, and photographers) and their clients.
  • Entertainment Careers - Entertainment job and internship listings and career information.
  • Entertainment Employment Journal
    Listing of jobs and internships in the entertainment industry. Available to Pitzer students and alumni only. Please contact Career Services with your name and graduation year to obtain login and password.
  • Future Jobs and Career Forecast - Find and compare future job and career forecasts for 2018 by number of jobs in 2008, percent of jobs created or lost, and median wages. Data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

    JobsPage - Links to newspaper careers.

  • JournalismJobs - great opportunities in journalism field
  • Journalism Internships (and jobs) Hosted by UC Berkeley's School of Journalism - jobs and internships in writing
  • National Association of Broadcasters - Provides listings of broadcasting jobs nationwide.
  • PRSA jobcenter - PRSA Jobcenter puts more than 2,000 public relations, communications and marketing jobs within easy reach. Search jobs by keyword, job function, industry, organizational setting, job type or location. Or, use customized alerts and RSS feeds to deliver newly posted jobs right to your inbox.
  • Public Relations Society of America - Gives an overview on the public relations industry today and lists employment opportunities nationwide.
  • - Search for jobs in the entertainment industry.
  • Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) - Lists job and internship opportunities for SPJ members.
  • Southern California Broadcasters Association - Job bulletin for opportunities in the Southern California region and a list of radio stations that accept resumes.
  • .tech-centric - Access the most comprehensive of high tech jobs, tech jobs listings, IT and Computer Technology Careers available in your area, hand-selected for IT managers, programmers, networking managers, software development professionals, high tech and technology professionals.
  • TV Jobs.Com - Compiled information on over 1700 broadcast television stations in the United States.

Community Service

Computers & Technical

  • - Information Technology (IT) job board with high tech permanent, contract and consulting jobs.
  • Legal IT Jobs - Job Listings website specializing in IT jobs with the legal sector


  • Books in Career Center
  • Career Resource Guide for People with Disabilities, Fergeson Career Guides
  • Diversity Inc. - A site that contains career information for the disabled.  Also has a career search tool for those with disabilities.
  • Equal Opportunity Publications
  • Federal Employment of People with Disabilities - this site helps users understand Federal disability hiring programs,  access resources related to employment of people with disabilities, and answers frequently asked question about  Employment Discrimination.
  • We Connect Now -  Dedicated to uniting college students with disabilities in access to higher education and employment issues. Also contains websites for jobs.


Books in Career Center

  • Private Independent Schools, 58th Ed., Bunting & Lyon, Inc.
  • Alternative Teacher Certification, Feistritzer, Emily C.
  • Requirements for Certification of Teachers, Counselors, Librarians, Administrators--65th ed., Kaye, Elizabeth A.
  • Academic 360 - is a meta-collection of Internet resources that have been gathered for the academic job hunter. It includes links to 3045 faculty, staff, and administrative announcements and is not restricted to teaching positions.
  • Academic Employment Network - Lists available positions in colleges, primary and secondary educational institutions for faculty, staff, and administrative professionals.
  • Carney Sandoe & Associates - CS&A recruits teachers and administrators for placement in private, independent schools across the US and abroad.
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education - Jobs in student affairs and services at colleges and universities.
  • Council for American Private Education - Job bank of private schools categorized by religion and ideology.
  • Ed-Join - The statewide Ed-Join system is a network of job information databases developed for persons seeking education job opportunities in the state of California.
  • -   a comprehensive source for teacher education degree and career info.
  • The Education Group - Places faculty and administrators in independent schools across the US focusing on those in the South, Southwest, and Far West.
  • Educational Resources Group - Contains up-to-date information about their recruiting and placement services.
  • Great Teacher - Great resource for teachers seeking postions.
  • - Now Listing 14,460 Jobs at 1,817 Institutions
  • (HERC) Higher Education Recruitment Consortium - Searchable database for jobs in higher education in Southern California. Includes academic positions, administrative, and staff openings.
  • National Association For Music Education - View a list of available positions in all levels of music education. MENC members can create online job seeker profiles that are visible to employers. For help with the job search process, resumes, and interviews, visit the Career Resources page.
  • National Society for Experiential Education - National resource center for the development and improvement of experiential education programs nationwide.
  • NEER - Teacher Jobs - Extensive listing of teaching related web sites organized by subject.
  • New Teacher Page - Resource site for people considering or pursuing a teaching position.
  • School Spring - is an easy, dynamic, and effective way for new and experienced educators to apply for teaching jobs today...and it's FREE! What makes unique is that we scour the web for job postings from around the country and bring them together in one easy search.
  • - Guide to obtaining careers in student affairs. - The TEACH campaign is an initiative of the United States Department of Education designed to raise awareness of the teaching profession and get a new generation of teachers to join the ones who are already making a difference in the classroom. At you can learn what it’s really like to be a teacher and get the tools you need to launch your own career in education.
  • - Find a great education job. Our service is FREE to teachers, administrators, speech pathologists and other personnel looking for job opportunities.
  • Teacher Career Center - Teacher certification, degrees, careers, and becomming a teacher
  • Teacher Certification by State - information on qualifications by state
  • Teaching Jobs - This is a directory of resources to a number of teaching jobs.
  • Teacher Net - Our new Teacher Job Center is designed to connect qualified teachers with job opportunities in the United States and abroad. Check it out today, your dream job may be just a click away!



Books in Career Center

  • Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Career Opportunities
  • Career Opportunities in Conservation and the Environment, Greenland & Sheldon
  • Career Opportunities in the Energy Industry, Taylor & Parish
  • Career Opportunities:  Working with Animals, Shelly Field
  • Green Jobs Guidebook, Environmental Defense Fund
  • GreenJobs: A guide to Eco-Friendly Employment, Llewellyn, Hendrix and Golden
  • Green Jobs for a New Economy, Peterson's
  • American Rivers - Nonprofit organization lists jobs and internships related to protecting and restoring rivers nationwide.
  • Back Door Jobs - Listing of short term job adventures.
  • Conservation Job Resources - Find your career in Natural Resources & Conservation at Cyber-Sierra's Natural Resources Job Search. Current announcements are posted at: Newest Jobs.
  • Ecoemploy - Lists general job opportunities related to environmental protection.
  • - Our focus is helping quality job candidates looking for green jobs connect with eco-employers who care about the environment and have green jobs to fill.
  • Ecological Society of America - A nonprofit organization that lists jobs and employment opportunities in the field of ecology
  • Environmental Education Links - Contains updated job postings and links to other sites that list environmental jobs.
  • Environmental Employment Pages - Consists of a job search bank and educational resources concerning environmental issues.
  • - Listing of jobs throughout the United States, training and degree programs.
  • Environmental Career Opportunities - Consists of eco career opportunity resources and a job data base.
  • Green Career Central - A great place for green career information.
  • Green Job Spider - a search engine for green jobs!
  • Jobs on Water - Listing of cruise, river, ocean, and beach jobs.
  • Job Reservoir - Site for job listings in water and wastewater.
  • Student Conservation Association - conservation service internships and volunteer opportunities in national parks, forests and other public lands
  • - An internet community that provides businesses with the resources to become green. Green “dream” jobs are listed.
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Provides career information and job listings at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Gay & Lesbian

    Diversity Working - We are the career opportunity resource and job search engine for the cultural diversity marketplace. Our employer members use our site to promote, attract and recruit a high performing and in some cases underrepresented employee.
  • Gay & Lesbian: Center Link - A fundamental goal of our mission is to help build the capacity of centers to meet the social, cultural, health and political advocacy needs of LGBT community members across the country. CenterLink also acts as a voice for LGBT community centers in national grassroots organizing, coalition building and social activism in order to strengthen and build a unified center movement.
  • Gay & Lesbian: the Center: the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center - We provide groundbreaking social service, public policy, educational and cultural/recreational programs. We also serve as an incubator for grassroots groups that meet here.
  • Insight into Diversity - Today, through its free magazine and online recruitment site, We continue to serve progressive employers looking to find dynamic talent in every field. These fields include higher education, healthcare, government and business.
  • LGBT Career Link - Welcome to Out & Equal Workplace Advocate’s LGBTCareerLink for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) workforce. Find jobs, learn about employment at diversity-friendly companies and research careers by networking with your LGBT and allied colleagues.
  • National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals - We are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and allies. Those of us who are able, are out and proud. We advocate equal employment opportunity, professional networking, role modeling, science education, and scientific freedom/responsibility. We practice science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with PRIDE.
  • ProGayJobs.Com - Online resources for finding jobs with companies that embrace diversity inclusive of the gay and lesbian community.
  • The Task Force - The mission of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force is to build the political power of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community from the ground up. We do this by training activists, organizing broad-based campaigns to defeat anti-LGBT referenda and advance pro-LGBT legislation, and by building the organizational capacity of our movement.
  • Out For Work - Out for Work functions as a complementary component in the total educational experience of LGBT 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.


Books in Career Center

  • The Book of U.S. Government Jobs: Where they are, What's available and How to find one, Dennis V. Damp
  • Career Opportunities in Politics, Government, and Activism, Axelrod-Contrada
  • FBI Careers, Ackerman, Thomas
  • Federal Jobs in Law Enforcement, 2nd ed, Warner, Jr., John
  • Government Affairs Yellow Book Summer 2007 Editor: Catherine Shih
  • Government Affairs Yellow Book - Winter 2008, A Leadership Directory
  • The American Society for Public Administration
    Newsletter which also contains listings for job opportunities in Public Policy.  Additional services are available for a fee.
  • CalOpps - A public sector job board. It showcases public agency employment opportunities available to the public. A valuable resource to students looking for internships and job seekers who are looking for jobs in government.
  • Careers in Government - A valuable resource to students looking for internships and job seekers who are lookig for jobs in government
  • Compare Public Employee Salaries - Find and compare public employee salaries by state, job sector, number of employees, hourly wage, annual salary and more..
  • Energy Jobs - Lists employment opportunities with the US Department of Energy and many other energy employers.
  • FedWorld - Search the Federal Jobs database for summer jobs, by state, and on the Pacific or Atlantic Coast.
  • Government - In addition to job listings, this site provides job resource information state by state.
  • Government Jobs Central - Gives information about kinds of government jobs and requirements to obtain them.
  • Federal Jobs Digest - Listings are free to view, but additional services are available for a fee.
  • Making the - The student portal for government careers. This is a great site. It has “What kind of federal jobs are there?” and “Why federal employment” and “Federal Internships” and “Student Opportunities”…”You only have one life…give it to us!  
  • Partnership for Public Service - Online forum designed to energize Call to Serve members to educate students about professional opportunities with the federal government.
  • Professor Pitney's web page at CMC -comprehensive page of sites for government positions.
  • Public Service Employees Network - Government employment opportunities and civil service test guides and resources.
  • inc. - Practice tests for civil service exams, employment testing, and professional development.
  • U.S. Department of State -  Online resources for international jobs and working overseas
  • State and Local Government on the Net - A directory of official state, county, and city government web sites.
  • - Provides information on how to obtain a job in the Federal Government including job listings, federal job resume builder, government agency information and more.
  • US Department of Health and Human Services - Centers for Disease Control and PreventionLists jobs and internships within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • US Government - Office of Personnel Management - Contains comprehensive listing of open positions.

Green Jobs

Books in Career Center

  • Eco Guide to Careers that Make a Difference: Environmental Work for a Substainable World
  • Green Jobs Guidebook, Environmental Defense Fund
  • GreenJobs: A guide to Eco-Friendly Employment, Llewellyn, Hendrix and Golden
  • Green Jobs for a New Economy, Peterson's
  • Environmental - a comprehensive environmental and natural resources job listing and career information site.
  • Great Green Careers -  Great Green Careers has alternative energy jobs, environmental jobs, green building jobs, social investing jobs and other green jobs.  Some internships available as well.
  • Green Career Central - a popular job board for green careers.  A complete online center for people who want to switch to a green career or find a green job.
  • Green Dream Jobs - job service that connects people with business skills with environmentally conscious nonprofits, government agencies and businesses.  Also offers resources for those in the industry. Lots of information about the nature of green businesses and sharing of resources.  Can generate ideas for what to look for and where to look for green industries.
  • Green Jobs Network - The mission of Green Jobs Network is to connect people seeking jobs that focus on
    environmental and social responsibility with available opportunities and resources.
    We offer a green job board, green job e-mail list, blog on green collar jobs, and listings of
    green career books, green job fairs, green job boards, solar jobs, and jobs at environmental non-profits.
  • Green Job Spider - a search engine for green jobs!

Health & Medicine

Books in Career Center

  • Health Professions: Career and Education Directory 38th edition, 2010-2011, American Medical Association
  • Top 100 Health-Care Careers: Second Edition, Wischnitzer, Dr. Saul
  • The Everything Guide to Careers in Health Care, Kathy Quan
  • Get Into Medical School : A Strategic Approach, Kaplan
  •  Health Career Center - a useful site for students pursuing a health care career or looking for a health care job.
  • Keck Science Prehealth Advising - Connects you to Pitzer College's designated web site in our Keck Sciences program.
  • American Association of Medical Colleges' Postbaccalaureate Premedical Programs - Searchable database contains information on each program's length, size, purpose, structure, cost, admission requirements, and other characteristics
  • Public Health - Job site for public health careers.
  • Student Doctor Network - The Student Doctor Network (SDN) is a nonprofit web site dedicated to the pre-health and health professional student community. They seek to assist and encourage students as they traverse the challenging and complicated health professions education process. They host an online community and meeting-place, providing free and unbiased resources, and serve as a clearinghouse for associated information.
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Lists jobs and internships within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Rochester Institute of Technology  - internship opportunities for Pre-Medical studies students compiled by Tom Frederick, Department of Biological Sciences, RIT


Books In Career Center

  • Work Your Way Around the World - New Edition, Griffith, Susan
  • Short-term Study Abroad, Thomson Peterson
  • Work in Britain Handbook - BUNAC NOTEBOOK, Bunac,
  • The Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas, Jean-Marc Hachey
  • How to Live your Dream of Volunteering Overseas, Zahara Heckscher
  • AIPT: Association for International Practical Training
    AIPT promotes international understanding through cross-cultural, on-the-job, practical training exchanges for students and professionals in over 50 countries around the world. Most full-time internships last for 8-12 weeks during the summer, but longer stays are available.
  • American-Scandinavian Foundation The Nordic countries are among the world's most advanced nations in engineering, computer technology and education. Paid short-term and long-term training positions with private industry and technical universities in chemistry, computer science, forestry, horticulture, engineering are available throughout Norden (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) lasting from 8 to 12 weeks from May to October are available.
  • The American Society of International Law  Includes internships in international law, fellowships and research opportunities, and even pro bono work.
  • APEX: Asian Professional Exchange - Organization where Asian American professionals can network, serve as leaders and mentors, and contribute to community improvement.
  • The Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas -  offers expert advice for anyone considering going abroad to study, volunteer, intern, teach, travel or work. Students will discover opportunities, acquire skills and develop the all-important global perspective with this easy-to-use interactive online guide and toolkit.  Username is Pitzer  email address and password is user generated.
  • Bunac: Work in Britain - The British Universities of North America Club (BUNAC) allows participants to experience short-term work in Britain ( England, Scotland, or Wales ) for up to six months any time of the year. Participants find their won jobs and may work in any field, although most find work in the service industry (retail, restaurants, pubs, etc). The program is open to U.S. citizens who are full-time students or graduating seniors, provided they begin the program within 6 months after graduation. BUNAC also sponsors work programs in Australia for up to four months and New Zealand up to one year. These programs are open to U.S.citizens aged 18-30, currently residing in the US.
  • Careers Abroad with Global Volunteers International (GVI) - Jobs in the field and field work placements ideal for graduates, students and professionals looking for practical fieldwork experience to enhance their career while at the same time benefiting local non-governmental or aid reliant organizations. Features a wide range of jobs in the fields of education, research, environmental management and wildlife research.
  • Escape Artist - Extensive resource about international living for overseas jobs.
  • Foreign Service Careers - The U.S. Department of State hires Foreign Service, Civil Service and Student employees to work at their offices in the United States and at nearly 265 posts abroad.
  • French Ministry of Education - The French Ministry of Education offers paid teaching assistantship positions to teach English in primary and secondary schools in France. Applicants must be American citizens, 20-30 years of age, graduates or undergraduates, majoring or minoring in French, or having a good working knowledge of French. Teaching appointments begin n October and last 6-7 months. Applications are available online in September and the priority deadline is mid-December (for the following October).
  • Global Vision International (GVI) - Job opportunities and available placements in volunteer travel overseas are listed on this website. Critical conservation and humanitarian projects in over 30 countries rely on GVI volunteers to promote sustainable develpment through environmental research, conservation and education.
  • GoAbroad.Com - Source for study abroad, language schools, internships, international positions, travel, accommodations and more.
  • GoingGlobal - An extensive guide for everything you need to know about having a job overseas, as well as overseas job search and listings.
  • InterExchange - InterExchange offers a variety of programs (summer and year-long) for both US and non-US citizens. They offer work programs in the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Norway, and Switzerland and au pair programs in Austria, Finland, France (summer and year), Italy, Netherlands, Norway, and Spain.
  • IAESTE: International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience- IAESTE offers paid summer internships in over 80 countries in engineering, computer science, mathematics, natural/physical sciences, architecture, and agricultural science. Application deadline is January.
  • IAESTE United States - International network that coordinates on-the-job training for students in the fields of engineering, computer science, mathematics, natural/physical sciences, architecture, and agricultural science.
  • Idealist - Search engine for nonprofit organizations, jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities.
  • International Career Employment Center - Listing of international career positions.
  • International Partnership for Service-Learning - Offers service learning programs throughout the world.
  • International Volunteer Program (IVP) - IVP, sponsored by La Societe Francaise de Bienfaisance Mutuelle, provides students the opportunity to intern in France or the UK. Six weeks are spent working with tourism offices, summer camps, hospitals, environmental projects and local city governments and two weeks are reserved for travel. At least two years of French language study is required for positions in France. Housing and meals provided during the work period.
  • Institute of International Education - Programs that support studying, conducting research, and receiving practical training outside of their own country.
  • Study Abroad with IES - Opportunities to study and intern around the world, with contact information of previous program participants
  • Study Abroad - Directory of study abroad programs, summer study abroad, internship, service learning and volunteer abroad programs.
  • Overseas - Overseas job listings.
  • Transitions Abroad - Webzine for for Work Abroad, Study Abroad, Cultural Travel Overseas, and International Living.
  • Volunteeer Abroad - website offering articles and information and programs for studying abroad.
  • Windsor Mountain International - Interlocken is an experiential learning center offering a range of summer residential and travel programs. Job opportunities and internships are available each year. Applicants must be a minimum age of 24 for travel positions (minimum age is 19 for the International Summer Camp in New Hampshire), be experienced in working with teenagers, have skills and knowledge in specific program areas, experience with group processes (decision-making, problem solving, budgeting, and interpersonal dynamics, current first aid and CPR certification as well as an awareness of the demands, responsibilities, personal sacrifices, and sense of humor needed for effective leadership). Room, board, and salary are provided.
  • U.S. Agency for International Development - Lists jobs, internships, fellowships and career information within USAID, an independent federal government agency that supports long-term and equitable economic growth, agriculture and trade, global health, democracy, conflict prevention and humanitarian assistance.
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce - The American Chambers of Commerce Abroad (AmChams) advance the interests of American business overseas. They are voluntary associations of American companies and individuals doing business in a particular country, as well as firms and individuals of that country who operate in the United States. Currently, 115 AmChams in 102 countries are affiliated with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

International Teaching Opportunities

Books in Career Center

  • Teaching English Abroad, Susan Griffith
  • AEON - AEON recruits teachers for their 190 private schools in Japan. BA required. TEFL background or knowledge of Japanese is helpful. Minimum commitment is one year. Training, work visa, furnished apartment and salaries are provided. Participants pay one-way airfare to Japan. AEON hires year round
  • Appalachians Abroad Teach in China - If you have a bachelor's degree and would like to participate in the adventure of a lifetime, you man want to consider applying for a teaching position in China through the Marshall University 's Appalachians Abroad Program. Universities from all over the People's Republic of China regularly agree to invite Appalachians Abroad participants to come to China and teach English as a foreign language. These one and two-year teaching positions usually begin from August or March.
  • Association of American Schools in South America (AASA) - Positions for credentialed K-12 teachers in South America. The Association sponsors an annual recruiting fair in the States.
  • Central European Teaching Program - CETP offers placement for the school year in elementary and high schools throughout Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Latvia.
  • Civic Education Project - CEP is a private voluntary organization dedicated to supporting higher education reform and democratic education in the states of Central/Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Their Visiting Lecturer Program places Western-trained scholars in teaching and development positions across the region. In addition to their classroom teaching CEP lecturers are also agents of change. Visiting lecturers engage in a wide variety of outreach activities, including curriculum revision and library development projects, the organization of faculty retraining seminars, and the sponsoring of academic conferences for students and faculty colleagues.
  • CIEE, Council on the International Educational Exchange (Teach in China Program) - Teach in China is an exciting, affordable opportunity to teach English to Chinese college students and to participate in the daily life of a country where traditional ways meet with the upcoming challenges and demands of the 21 st century. Now includes teaching opportunities in Chile, Spain and Thailand as well.
  • Dave's ESL Cafe's Job Center - Comprehensive site containing links to job postings for those interested in teaching English as a Second Language worldwide.
  • Educators Abroad Ltd - Educators Abroad is committed to fostering communication and interaction among educators around the world through cooperative efforts and individuals and national and international education institutions and organizations. Links on this website include ELTAP: English Language Teaching Assistant Program out of the University of Minnesota, Morris. ELTAP offers a quarter-long – 11 week – academic experience for credit in assisting teaching of English in high schools and post-secondary institutions in Belarus, Cameroon, China, Czech Republic, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Namibia, the Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, and Vietnam. BA not required.
  • EPIK: English in Korea - EPIK seeks to improve the English-speaking ability of Korean students, to develop cultural exchanges and to reform teaching methodologies in English as a mandate of globalization of Korea. The Korean government is inviting English Language Instructors ( ELIs ) from six major English-speaking countries; United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, to teach English in the school system, to train Korean English teachers and to assist provincial offers of education.
  • Global Routes - GR offers year-round, ten-week voluntary internships to students who teach English and other subjects in Kenya, Ecuador, and Thailand. Knowledge of Spanish required for placement in Ecuador.
  • HESS Language School - HLS in Taiwan seeks teachers who are enthusiastic, lively and have a genuine liking for children. BA required. Positions are paid, training is provided and they offer assistance with visas and accommodations.
  • InterExchange - InterExchange offers a variety of programs (summer and year-long) for both US and non-US citizens. They offer work programs in the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Norway, and Switzerland and au pair programs in Austria, Finland, France (summer and year), Italy, Netherlands, Norway, and Spain.
  • International School Services - ISS is a placement service for teachers with certification but without experience. Areas in special demand include math, science, computers, librarians, and elementary teaching. Applicants must have a BA, teaching certification, experience living overseas and be willing to sign a two-year contract.
  • International Volunteer Programs Association - (IVPA) is an alliance of nonprofit, non-governmental organizations based in North America, that are involved in international volunteer and internship exchanges.
  • JET: Japan Exchange and Teaching Program - JET is a program sponsored by the Japanese government. Positions are available as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT), Coordinator for International Relations (CIR), or – for non-U.S. citizens only – Sports Exchange Teacher (SEA). The salary is sufficient to cover personal expenses for living in Japan, and round-trip air transportation is provided. Japanese language not required. Contracts are for one year with extensions available.
  • Jobs in Thailand - Contains links to related web sites and tips on how to teach English in Thailand.
  • Middle Kingdom Life - Teaching English in China. It is the first site referenced on Transitions Abroad under Teaching English Abroad…China. It has a lot of great information for living and teaching in China as well as recommended schools for teaching English that are American “owned” and operated. This information was referred by a Pitzer alum (01) who has gotten good information and a great response from individuals on this web site.
  • O Hayo Sensei - This free electronic newsletter reports currently available teaching positions at schools, institutions and companies all across Japan.
  • TASP: Tel Aviv Teach and Study Program - TASP brings North American college graduates to Tel Aviv for a two-year work and study commitment. During their stay the interns will teach English in the elementary school of Tel Aviv, study for a Masters Degree, and experience the daily life of an Israeli living in an exciting city on the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The International Educator (TIE) - The International Educator (TIE) This newspaper, published four times annually, features hundreds of teaching jobs at American and international schools throughout the world. Special “job only” edition each June.
  • TEFL - Worldwide organization for teaching English as a second language.
  • TESOL Organization - Great information about the field, and many links to other key websites.
  • WorldTeach - Harvard University based organization which sends volunteers overseas to teach in developing countries.

Online Career Opportunities by Country or Region:

  • Africa
    Find A Job in Africa - Job opportunities by country, industry or keyword
  • Australia - Links to employment related websites.
    Commonwealth Employment Service - Job search by occupation and location anywhere in Australia.
    JobServe - A central index of Computer, Technology and Management contract and permanent employment opportunities in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and around the world.
    Jobaroo - Job opportunities for students, graduates and travellers in Australia across a variety of industries. Also includes information about what it's like to work in these different industries.

    France - Jobs listings (in French) by regions, career fields, company size, etc

    Web India - Job listings plus business and nonprofit resources.

    The Irish Jobs Page - Recruitment within Ireland, international jobs (outside of Ireland ), plus special sections for engineers, accountants, and recent graduates.
  • Japan
    Asiaco Japan Jobs Center - Job bank includes career opportunities in Japan and other Asian countries
    CareerCross Japan - Employment information for job seekers who are fluent in English and Japanese, studying or working outside Japan.

    South Africa
    South Africa Job Navigator - A meeting place for needs in high-tech recruiting, professional contracting, training and human resource development.

    Math Jobs - Job opportunities that require math skills. Includes industries such as insurance, finance, academic, statistics, etc. Many other countries also included on this web site.
    Top Jobs - Search job listings by industry or region

    United Kingdom
    Reed Online - A job net for recruitment, employment, and career needs. Includes work permit information.


Books in Career Center

  • Internship Bible- 10th Edition, Oldman, Mark
  • Human Rights Internship Book, Career Education Institutes
  • Internships in International Affairs, Career Education Institutes
  • Big Green Internship Book: Internships and Summer Jobs for the Environment, Career Education Institutes
  • Congressional Internship Book 2009-2011, Career Education Institutes
  • Internships with America's Advertising Agencies, Career Education institutes
  • Internships with America's Top Companies, Career Education Institues
  • Sports Internship Book, Career Education Institutes
  • Washington Internships in Law and Policy, Career Education Institutes
  • Women's Rights Internship Book, Career Education Institutes
  • Internships with Community and Social Service Agencies, Career Education Institues
  • Music & Entertainment Industry Internship Guide for Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Entertainment Media Consultants
  • All Work, No Pay: Finding an Internship, Lauren Berger
  • Pitzer Internship Listings - Internship opportunities received by Pitzer, The Claremont Colleges, and NIC (Nationwide Internship Consortium) are located on the NIC Internship Database.
  • Action Without Borders - Linking people and organization in 120 countries. Volunteer opportunities, nonprofit internships, nonprofit jobs, and more.
  • Cool Works - Links to 43,000 jobs in great places.
  • DC Jobs Online - Listing of Washington, D.C. jobs searchable by category.
  • International Internship and Volunteer Network - Quality work experiences abroad for college students and graduates.
  • internhousing - On line resource for finding housing if you are planning to intern.
  • - Large database of national and international internships. Available to all currently enrolled Pitzer students and Pitzer alumni. Please contact Career Services for username and password
  • - Large database of national and international internships. Available to all currently enrolled Pitzer students and Pitzer alumni. Please contact Career Services for username and password
  • - The official site of Lauren Berger, "The Intern Queen."  Find information on how to look for internships as well as internships Lauren Berger has learned about from her own contacts.
  • - Displays numerous internship listings, useful articles and resources to help you find the internship that's right for you.
  • The Jobseeker's Guide for International and Environmental Careers - Environmental careers and opportunities.
  • Live, Learn, & Intern in DC this Summer - Georgetown University summer program in comparative political and economic systems.
  • Los Angeles County Arts Commission - Internships for the arts.
  • NYCIntern - An initiative of The King’s College in Manhattan, it is designed to help graduate and college students find affordable and convenient housing during their summer internships in New York City. Our apartments are located in midtown Manhattan, are fully furnished, and are available at competitive rates. We also provide helpful information on New York’s attractions and transportation, as well as resources to help students find internships
  • Resort Intern Connections - Opportunities in dynamic organizations in the resort, travel, and tourism fields.
  • U.S. State Department - Opportunities for students to gain experience in foreign affairs in Washington D.C. and at embassies overseas.
  • The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars - Offers several Washington, D.C. based internships and academic seminars.

International Internship Programs

  • AIESEC - AIESEC is an international association of students working to build a better world through a variety of international work exchanges run between over 87 countries. These exchanges each attempt to have an impact on people by addressing five key topics: creating cultural understanding, building a learning society, globalizing the information society, developing entrepreneurs and helping make companies more socially responsible.
  • AIFS: American Institute for Foreign Study - AIFS offers internships in London through their Richmond College International Internship Program. Six weeks of classes at the Kensington campus introduces British culture and history and nine weeks are spent working in a public organization or private company. Placements are based on experience, major and interests. A six-week summer internship program is also available.
  • AIPT: Association for International Practical Training - AIPT promotes international understanding through cross-cultural, on-the-job, practical training exchanges for students and professionals in over 50 countries around the world. Most full-time internships last for 8-12 weeks during the summer, but longer stays are available. AIPT programs include: the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IIAESTE) to assist students majoring in technical subjects, the Student Exchanges program (mostly hospitality/tourism) to assist students in non-technical majors, and the Career Development program for professionals and recent graduates in nearly any career field.
  • American-Scandinavian Foundation - The Nordic countries are among the world's most advanced nations in engineering, computer technology and education. Paid short-term and long-term training positions with private industry and technical universities in chemistry, computer science, forestry, horticulture, engineering are available throughout Norden (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) lasting from 8 to 12 weeks from May to October are available.
  • Casa De Espanol Xelaju - CEX's Project La Pedrera offers students and non-students a variety of internship and volunteer work opportunities with an underserved, indigenous community in Guatemala. A variety Spanish-speaking ability and lengths of stay are available. Opportunities include teaching English, math, computer classes, organizing projects and workshops, taking children on field trips, investigation surveys, statistical legal work, medical and dental clinic positions, building projects, domestic crisis internventions.
  • CDS International - CDS offers training opportunities in Germany, Singapore, Switzerland, Argentina and Turkey ranging from 3-24 months in business/finance, marketing/PR, information technology, engineering, and other related fields. Every program consists of an internship component; some have academic or language training elements as well. CDS arranges placements and acquires appropriate work permits in addition to other logistical support. Depending upon program, knowledge of foreign language required and financial aid is available.
  • Center for Interim Programs - CIP matches client's interests with a database of over 2,400 nonacademic but structured opportunities worldwide (from art to zoology, Australia to Zimbabwe), many of which provide room and board. The Center has placed some 3,000 people between the ages fo 16 and 70 over the past 15 years. Placements are individual, so check with the organization for details and fees.
  • Hansard Scholars Programme - The Hansard Society for Parliamentary Government, in conjunction with the London School of Economics and the University of London, offers the opportunity for students to become involved in the workings of the British government and politics, accompanied by a comprehensive study of British politics and public policy. Students are mainly assigned internships with Members of Parliament, but also to political parties and think tanks.
  • INSTEP: Institute of Economic and Political Studies - INSTEP offers semester and academic year programs for juniors and seniors interested in politics, law, economics, political economy, contemporary Europe, the social sciences and the humanities in either London or Cambridge. Courses are in lecture or seminar format. Internships are available in business, economics, environment, law, politics, and social work.
  • International Partnership for Service Learning - IPSL offers programs which combine structured academic studies with substantial volunteer community service for a summer, semester or year in the Czech Republic, Ecuador, England, France, India, Israel, Jamaica, Mexico, the Philippines and Scotland. Placements are available in areas such as English, foreign languages, history, languages, psychology, political science, social ecology, sociology and the social sciences and are individualized based on the student's needs and interests. Programs are based at recognized degree granting institutions in the host country, involve 20 hours of service per week, and have an in-country resident director to assist students.
  • Lexia Exchange International - LEXIA offers summer and semester academic programs with a research component in Argentina, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Italy, Poland, and South Africa. Classes are taught in English, but intensive language is required during the first phase of the program. A multi-disciplinary course introduces the history, politics, economics, geography and culture of the host country. Students then pursue an independent, well-defined field research project during the second phase of the program. Internships are also available.
  • Syracuse University - SU offers a wide variety of internships and field placements at their study centers in France, Italy, Spain, the UK and Zimbabwe as well as Hong Kong, Singapore, and Switzerland. Internships are available in areas such as communications, drama, business, law, international relations, management, political science and social services.
  • University of Rochester - UR sponsors semester-long programs in Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, and the UK that are administered by Educational Programs Abroad (EPA). The London internships are also available in summer. The internships carry eight credit hours and students also take two courses carrying four credits each. Internships are open to students majoring in a wide variety of fields. You do not need a specialized background to apply for most internships.

Job Search & Listings

Books in Career Center

  • Back Door Guide to Short-Term Job Adventures, 4th Ed, Landes, Michael
  • Delaying the Real World, Colleen Kinder
  • Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook, JIST
  • I Want To Do Something Else, But I'm Not Sure What It is, Ron Krannich
  • Job Search and Career Checklists, Arlene S. Hirsch
  • Over-40 Job Search Guide, Geary, Gail, JD
  • Create your Digital Portfolio: the fast tract to Career Success, Susan Amirian
  • Guide to Internet Job Searching, Margaret Riley Dikel
  • The 2012 What Color Is Your Parachute?, Richard Nelson Bolles
  • Job Hunters Sourcebook 10th edition, Gale Careers
  • America's Job Bank - Job search and occupation report containing wages and trends.
  • Ask The Headhunter - Tips on job searches and being hired.
  • Bright.Com - Connection based job site.  Has over 1.8 million jobs.
  • - Assists undergraduate and graduate students in worldwide employment and internship searches.
  • - Free Resource for students to help them find child care, tutoring, senior care jobs and more.
  • - Recruitment site featuring careers, employer profiles, jobs, job fairs, resume bank.
  • Career Builder - Search for jobs by location, job description, and salary.
  • Career - Careerjet is an employment search engine.
    In just one search access 35,773,466 jobs published on 71,241 websites in the world.
  • Career Magazine - Search jobs; drop off resumes; research one of the 200 companies in the site's Company Profiles section; and read employment-related articles on subjects.
  • College Recruiter - College Recruiter provides list of part time jobs, internships as well as full time jobs searchable by location and profession.
  • Employment Guide - Search engine for professional, technical, and managerial jobs.
  • - delivers the Internet's largest job collection all direct from the source-employer Web sites.
  • Hot - Search for US and International employment by job category. Career Tools for interviews, resumes, and relocating.
  • - Identifies listings for jobs and internships posted on employer's websites nationwide.
  • - A comprehensive search engine for jobs providing the latest job opportunities.
  • Inland Empire Jobs - Job listings in the inland empire.
  • Job Central - Provides job postings and links to websites that assist with resume writing, salary information, and industry research.
  • JobChoicesOnline - site that provides need to know job information to help you in your job search.
  • JobsOnLine - Thousands of jobs listed, resume and cover letter samples, expert career advice, and a salary calculator.
  • Jobweb - Assists with all aspects of career planning from exploring concentration options, conducting your job and internship search, and more.
  • - Job search and listing of career opportunities.
  • MonsterTRAK - MonsterTRAK, a division of Monster®, provides students with access to part-time, internship and entry-level positions, across all industries and locations nationwide.
  • Nation -   Job Search Engine.
  • Net-Temps - Net-Temps is a leading job board for temporary, temp-to-perm and full time employment through the staffing industry.
  • Professional Association of Resume Writers - For people wanting assistance marketing their talents and qualifications and seeking career counseling and coaching.
  • Snag a Job - Hourly and part-time job listings throughout the country.
  • Trade Associations and Professional Societies - Job listings, salary calculator, and information on careers in associations.
  • What You Need To Know About Job Searching - Articles about the job search and links to pages containing job related subjects.


Books in Career Center

  • Serving the Public: A Job Search Guide, Vol 2 - International, Virginia Greiman, Esq
  • Should You Really Be a Lawyer, Schnelder, Deborah
  • Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions, Ivey, Anna
  • Get Into Law School: A Strategic Approach, Kaplan
  • Law School Essays That Make a Difference, Eric Owens
  • Law School Lists Current Edition, Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions
  • Official Guide to ABA Approved Law Schools, Law School Admission Council
  • Best 174 Law Schools, The Princeton Review
  • Directory of Environmental Law Education Opportunities at American Law Schools, Second Edition, Randall S. Abate
  • What Can You Do with a Law Degree? - Apron
  • The American Society of International Law  Includes internships in international law, fellowships and research opportunities, and even pro bono work.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation - Provides information on Crime Statistics, FBI full-time positions and details on their intern program.
  • International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Provides job openings and links to supporting agencies.
  • Legal IT Jobs - A job listings website specializing in IT jobs within the legal sector. Includes vacancies with law firms, legal software suppliers, and other legal organizations.
  • Paralegal Degrees & Career Center - contains information on career paths, degree programs, and news and career articles
  • US Department of Justice - Excellent overview of the department, including job vacancies.


Books in Career Center

  • Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling, Jane Hyun
  • Career Resource Guide for People with Disabilities, Fergeson Guides
  • Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities, Jist
  • Vault/SEO Guide to Investment Bank Diversity Programs, Vault
  • Vault/Inroads Guide to Diversity Internship, Co-op and entrey level programs, Vault Career Library
  • Good is Not Enough, Keith Wyche
  • Advice from the Top: What Minority Women Say About Their Career Success
  • Sharpen Your Heels: Mrs. Moneypenny's Career advice for Women, Mrs. Moneypenny
  • APEX: Asian Professional Exchange - An organization where Asian American professionals can network, serve as leaders and mentors, and contribute to community improvement.
  • Black Collegian Online - Online version of The Black Collegian, a national career opportunities magazine, providing job listings and career development articles.
  • Diversity Employment - A multicultural employment resource database.
  • Saludos Hispanos - Job listings, job search tips, and general career related resource information.


Books in Career Center

  • Jobs That Matter, Heather Krasna
  • Orange County Social Service Rainbow Resource Directory, Riddick, Glenda
  • How to Land a Job that Makes a Difference, Shelly Cryer
  • Los Angeles County 2008 Social Service Rainbow Resource Directory, Riddick, Glenda
  • Riverside & San Bernardino Counties Rainbow Resource Directory, Resource Directory Group
  • Nonprofit Sector Yellow Book-Winter 2009, Editor: Thomas O'Hagan
  • The Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers for Sector Switchers, Steven Joiner
  • Careers in Focus: Activism
  • Careers in Nonprofit and Government Agencies - Wetfeet press
  • Business for Social Responsibility - A global nonprofit organization that helps member companies achieve success that respect ethical values, people, communities and the environment. Socially responsible jobs are listed.
  • California Association of Nonprofits - Provides an extensive list of links to nonprofit websites. Spotlights a different nonprofit each month.
  • California Nonprofit Organizations - Links to over 500 nonprofit organizations in California.
  • Center for Nonprofit Management - Job listings for Southern California nonprofit organizations in their Opportunity NOCs publication.
  • Chronicle of Philanthropy Resources - Electronic discussion lists and web sites including fundraising and nonprofit management information.
  • Compare Nonprofit Organizations - Find and compare nonprofit organizations based on location, income range and more.
  • Community Career Center - Lists hundreds of national nonprofit jobs.
  • Echoing Green - First-stage funding and support to visionary leaders with bold ideas for social change. A two-year fellowship is available.
  • Idealist - Search engine for nonprofit organizations, jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Learning Institute for Nonprofit Organizations - Offers educational programs for developing nonprofit management skills.
  • National Opportunity NOCs - Nonprofit organization classifieds, collection of web site listings for publications, program support, board recruitment and management, and nonprofit management associations.
  • Nonprofit Career Network - Directory contains a list of California nonprofit organizations and contact information.
  • StartingBloc - Based in New York City this nonprofit is dedicated to creating the next generation of corporate citizens and social entrepreneurs. A fellowship program is available.
  • Union Jobs Web site - A site for Union Staff Jobs.
  • Venture Philanthropy Partners (VPP) - A philanthropic investment organization that offers nonprofit organizations funding and management expertise. Nonprofit networking opportunities are available.
  • Young Nonprofit Professionals Network - Includes nonprofit listings for jobs throughout the country, as well as the opportunity to start local a network in your community.

Science & Engineering

Books in Career Center

Social Sciences

Books in our LIbrary

Graduate Study in Psychology


Social Work Degree - job bank

  • Social Work Jobs - Provides detailed information to research the market, narrow your choices, and contact the employers who meet your specific needs.

Sports & Recreation

  • - Jobs in the sports and recreation industry.
  • ResortJobs - Worldwide opportunities for work in ski resorts, camps, national parks, cruise ships, restaurants, and hotels.
  • Women's Sports Jobs - Lists sports related jobs and internships.

Summer Opportunities

Books in Career Center

Travel & Hospitality

Books in Career Center

  • Careers in Travel, Tourism, & Hospitality,  Eberts, Marjorie
  • - A free online source to all job seekers and a valuable one for new college grads and first-time job seekers.
  • Cool Jobs Canada - Listings of tourism and hospitality jobs in and around Canada
  • Hospitality Jobs Online - Listings for hundreds of jobs in the hotel and hospitality field.
  • Hospitality Careers Online – UK and Ireland - Searchable database of all hospitality industry employment in the UK or Ireland
  • Payaway - A worldwide listing of summer jobs in tourism
  • - International resort jobs with ski resorts, camps, national parks, cruise ships, restaurants and hotels


Workers Age 50 and Over

  • AARP - A job search engine which lists employers that are recruiting older workers.  Most are corporations, but the website also cites three government agencies:  the Internal Revenue Service, Peace Corps and the Small Business  Administration Office of Disaster Relief.
  • SeniorJobBank - A site where older job seekers can search by category, industry or location, post resumes and register for a job-search agent .
  • WiserWorker - Enables baby boomers and older workers to search for job listings by keyword or location and provides career articles and resources plus listings of job fairs across the nation.