Internet Job Resources

Here are some of the many job search resources available online.

Interview Practice

Take the opportunity to practice your interviewing skills with a system called Interview Stream.  Go to our interview stream website and set up an account.  The site features interview tips as well as a method of conducting a mock interview.

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Jobscan

Jobscan is an AI-based web service that helps students land 3x more interviews. Before you apply for a job, make sure you optimize your resume, cover letter and LinkedIn profile for that employer. Please note we only have 100 accounts, and they will be given out on a first come first serve basis.

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Want access to Jobscan?
  • Email David Rosenbaum, Associate Dean of Students, to request access to your account.
  • Check your email address for an invitation from team@jobscan.co
  • Set your password.
  • Start scanning!
Already have access to Jobscan?
  • Go to the Jobscan login page
  • Sign in with your email address and password.
  • Start scanning!

Job Listings

Local & South Carolina

Nationwide

  • AfterCollege.com
    Designed for especially for recent college graduates.

  • AgCareers.com

  • AgriSeek
    Agriseek offers a variety of agricultural jobs, including opportunities for college graduates and students.  AgriSeek is FREE for employers and job seekers and encompasses all aspects of agriculture from Animal Science to Environmental and Soil Sciences.

  • America's Job Bank

  • Assisted Senior Living.net
    Designed to help people identify facilities in their region, this site may be an excellent resource for students looking for employment because it includes every single senior care option across the country (over 70,000).

  • Care.com
    An online community designed to match families with individuals looking for caregiver jobs.

  • Career Bliss
    A career community dedicated to helping you find happiness in the workplace and therefore in life.

  • Career Builder

  • Career Jet
    Allows you to search a growing selection of jobs listed on company sites as well as jobsites in one go saving you the trouble of having to go to each site individually.

  • Career OneStop
    Find career exploration, training and job information from the US Department of Labor.

  • ComputerJobs

  • Discover Data Science
    This site serves as a guide for data science-related educational opportunities in the US, including career and scholarship information

  • DiversityJobs
    Search engine with jobs from diversity-friendly employers

  • Glassdoor
    Allows students unlimited access to job seeking resources
     
  • Granted
    Jobs from internet sites, job boards, online forums, blogs and other sources of online information
     
  • Healthcare Talent
     
  • Indeed

  • Jobs2Careers

  • Job Application Center.com
    Find hundreds of online applications and printable job forms

  • LatPro
    Job board for Hispanics and bilinguals
     
  • LinkedIn
     
  • Monster
  • Recruiters Connection, LLC
    Online Directory of Recruiting Firms by state and industry including over 14,000 recruiting firms, staffing agencies and executive search firms.  Also provides a comprehensive career portal with free webinar training and easy access to major job boards.

  • SeniorLiving.org
    A resource for PTC nursing and health science students who are researching jobs in the field.

  • The Riley Guide
    Extensive listing of career Web resources including job listings, recruiters, search firms and job fairs.

  • USAJobs
    Search for federal job opportunities.

  • ZipRecruiter

Career Assessment & Advice

  • City Town Info
    A free web resource that helps students explore where they should start their careers.

  • Discover Your Skills
    Answers to general questions about choosing a career, education and training options and information about specific industries.

  • JustJobs Academy
    Career lessons, which include a valuable job search guide, that will send you to the top of any employer's shortlist

  • JobStart101
    An free online course to help college students better understand employers' expectations before entering the workforce

  • MEPjobs
    In addition to job listings for a wide variety of occupations (not just mechanical, electrical & plumbing) across the US, there are also helpful tips for job seekers in the resources section.

  • The Job Hunter's Bible
    This site is hosted by Richard Bolles, author of What Color is Your Parachute?  Bolles offers tips and links to many pages that will help you determine your best career path and get a job.