Useful Web Sites
IWU Students! Check out Hart Career Center's Online Resources page to get access to powerful tools for internship/career information and for job
LinkedIn is one of the leading professional networking sites with over 43 million users and
spanning 170 industries. LinkedIn users can connect and stay connected with people
who they know and trust in business- including alumni from the same university.
Nurse Without Borders set out to create one of the most robust and useful nursing career resources on the
internet. They offer career descriptions, expert interviews, and licensing and degree
path information for anyone that is interested in pursuing Nursing as a career.
Internships.com is a large internship database with over 13,000 listings; the Career Center subscribes
to this service for students to utilize in their internship search.
Going Global Career and Employment Resources include: world-wide job openings, internship listings, industry profiles and country-specific
career information. More than 30,000 pages of constantly-updated content is included
on topics such as: work permit/visa regulations, resume writing guidelines and examples,
employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural/interviewing advice,
corporate profiles and worldwide job listings... plus much more!
InternMatch is one of the largest free internship listing sites and focuses on positions with
startup companies, non-profits, difficult to find opportunities, and internship resources.
JobWeb is a career searching site, that also includes what was previously "CareerPlanit",
the web site devoted to helping college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors explore
out-of-this-world careers and learn about employers who offer internship, cooperative
education, and other experiential education opportunities.
CareerSearch is a database that allows individuals to search for employers by industry, location,
and keyword. You must be on an IWU campus computer to access this site.
Indeed, a free, comprehensive search engine for jobs. In one search, Indeed gives students
instant access to millions of jobs and internships from sources such as Monster, HotJobs,
CareerBuilder, the New York Times and Fortune 500 corporate websites. It also draws
from thousands of other sources, including small industry-specific job boards, local
newspapers and associations.
ExploreHealthCareers.org gives students a reliable, and comprehensive source of accurate, up-to-date information
about the health professions. This includes information on and links to health-related
education/training programs, financial aid resources, specialized learning opportunities,
and current issues in health care.
The Environmental Law and Policy Center is headquartered in downtown Chicago, with staff across many Midwestern states. Their
staff consists of attorneys, policy analysts, MBAs, communications specialists, grassroots
organizers, and support staff. Subscribe to their electronic newsletter and hear about jobs as soon as they become available.
Trying to find your first full-time job? Want to move to a new city? NerdWallet has
a Cost of Living Calculator to help you decide which cities are the best to live in for recent college graduates.
Whether searching for Chicago job openings in a specific field or looking for a career
change, our job listings make it easy to find jobs in Chicago as well as employment
opportunities in the surrounding areas. Search for jobs by category, look for employment
opportunities, find jobs posted by popular employers, explore a new career, look for
part-time jobs and jump-start your career today.
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