Fabulous opportunities are out there. You just need to know where to look. Utilize our online resources to help you identify employers and make connections to jobs and internships that will provide you with the experience and fulfillment required for a successful career. However, be cautious and vigilant when applying for opportunities. Also, be aware that there are fraudulent job offers posted on all sites. Know what to look for so you do not fall victim to a job scam Job Scams-Know What to Look For
Wondering if an internship is for you? What is an internship and how to you find one? Visit our Internships page for more information!
Looking to get credit for your work? Once you land a job be sure to check out Cooperative Work Experience to find out more about how to get college credit for your paid and unpaid work experience.
DVC Career Services used College Central Network for all online job, internship and volunteer opportunities. Check out this interactive tool that connects local employers with prospective job candidates. Job's posted to DVC's job board are from local employers who are looking to hire DVC students, meaning that they understand that you are a student and may not be looking for full-time employment, and students are usually still in pursuit of their educational goals.
Community Service Resource Guide for DVC students. Provides listings of many community service opportunities in Pleasant Hill, Concord, Walnut Creek and Alameda County. Resource has been developed by DVC students.
Localwise is the local job board. We connect students and community members with jobs at local businesses. At Localwise, we believe stronger local businesses create stronger local communities.
As the world's #1 job site, with over 180 million unique visitors every month from over 50 different countries, Indeed has become the catalyst for putting the world to work. Indeed is intensely passionate about delivering the right fit for every hire. Indeed helps companies of all sizes hire the best talent and offers the best opportunity for job seekers to get hired.
LinkedIn Profinder: A marketplace that helps to connect entrepreneurs and freelancers with real business projects. There are 53 million freelancers in the US and 85 percent of freelancers have a LinkedIn profile. Gain valuable experience to help you get the job of your dreams through freelance work.
Linkedin.com/jobs is the world's largest professional network to connect with opportunity. Use LinkedIn Jobs to harness the power of your network and get hired. LinkedIn Jobs surfaces insights such as whom you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.
Internships.com is the world’s largest internship marketplace bringing students, employers and higher education institutions together in one centralized location. We specialize in helping students and young professionals find the right internship to kick start their career.
Each year, College Recruiter helps about two million recent grads and students find entry-level jobs and internships. For job seekers, College Recruiter features well over 100,000 entry-level and internship job posting ads as well as 30,000 pages of articles, Ask the Experts questions and answers, blogs, videos, and other employment-related content. For employers large and small, College Recruiter offers job postings, targeted email campaigns, targeted mobile banner ad campaigns, targeted display ads, recruiting conferences, and more.
Register and search for local internships targeted for CA community college students. LaunchPath brings together California Community Colleges, Linked Learning high schools, and regional employers for meaningful internship experiences. Our advanced matching and badging platform identifies students with the right interests and experiences and simplifies the process of creating beneficial work-based learning/internship experiences for students.
Guidebook to help students find the best internships, work-study programs, and other pre-professional psychology experiences available. Soon you’ll be making the transition from college to career. As you likely know, pre-professional experience in the field can give job-seekers a huge advantage. Classroom-based learning can only take a student so far, and eventually, psychology students need to seek out real-world training to make themselves more marketable to employers.
Join thousands of creative types around the world who've joined #theArtCareerProject to find jobs, resources, search classes and learn the skills they need to excel in the arts.