JOBS & INTERNSHIPS
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Indeed is the most commonly used database by employers and job seekers. While some companies post open positions directly in the database, many of the positions are found from other sites (like company websites) and compiled for your easy perusal.
ZipRecruiter is an online job distribution and job board service. Post a job to multiple job boards with one click and free job alerts for job seekers.
Simply Hired is similar to Indeed but also contains job categories to expand job searches.
Monster posts jobs similarly to Indeed.com, and is also widely used. In addition to job postings, Monster provides career tips and resources.
Internships.com is a free tool that requires you to create a profile and allows you to track your resumes, cover letters, and job or internship applications. You can refine searches by paid or unpaid opportunities, entry-level jobs or internships, and full-time or part-time positions.
Idealist is a great resource for those interested in working with non-profit organizations through internship, job, and volunteer opportunities.
Firstjob lists entry-level job postings directly from companies, and allows you to also search by employer and view company profiles.
LinkedIn is not only great for developing professional connections, but also has job searching tools. Based on information in your LinkedIn profile, you will receive notices about job postings you may be interested in, and can also search opportunities at organizations where your connections are already working.
Houston Business Journal is a great resource for finding local jobs in Houston and around the country, as well as relevant industry news.
Careers in Government is an ideal tool for anyone looking to work in the government sector. The site hosts several resources and tips specific to government careers, as well as a government job database.
Career Builder features a job search engine with many ways to filter for specific jobs, and by registering for a free account, students can upload up to three resumes and cover letters, track job applications, and have access to recommendations and resources.
Intern Match features popular titles and locations for jobs and internships, and has a wide range of free resources for students new in their career that are related to internships, part-time jobs, and entry-level jobs.
Aftercollege provides a list of current employers who hire students based on their major, graduation date, and university.