The Counseling Center

The Counseling Center: Resume/Interview Assistance


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Through the Counseling Center, students can also gain assistance in writing a resume, developing interview skills, finding networking/shadowing opportunities, and setting up job search strategies.

Resume/Interview Assistance Internet Resources

The following section will help you connect with a wide variety of career development links including gateway sites, career and educational research sites, self-assessments, and job banks.

To visit the sites, click on the link and a new browser window will open with the site in it. If you have pop-up blocking software, we recommend that you temporarily disable it when clicking these links.

To request more information or contact a counselor, please contact us.

Gateway Sites to Other Career Development Links:

What Color Is Your Parachute: The Net Guide
http://www.jobhuntersbible.com/

This is one of the best gateway sites regarding career development.  Richard Bolles reviews internet web pages in the areas of Job Listings, Resumes, Career Counseling and  Contacts & Research. In each of these areas he offers his personal rating system (his "Parachute Picks" are sites that he thinks are better than average).  This is a great place to start your career development process on the web.

JobWeb
http://www.jobweb.org/

JobWeb is a springboard to career and job-related sites that career services professionals from around the world have found helpful in working with college students and alumni.  This site has won awards for excellence in the career planning area.

The Riley Guide
http://www.rileyguide.com/

An excellent site for connecting to other web pages regarding job search skills, career information, educational institutions, and more.

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Sites That Include A Job Bank for Job Searching:

America's Job Bank
http://www.ajb.dni.us/

America’s Job Bank is a partnership between the US Department of Labor and the state operated public Employment Service. The America’s Job Bank computerized network links state Employment Service offices to provide job seekers with the largest pool of active job opportunities available anywhere and nationwide exposure for their resumes. The job openings come from all over the country and represent all types of work, from professional and technical to blue collar, from management to clerical and sales. There is no charge to job seekers who utilize America’s Job Bank to locate employment.

CareerBuilder
http://www.careerbuilder.com/

CareerBuilder.com is the fastest-growing recruitment and career-advancement source for employers, recruiters and job seekers.

North Carolina Employment Security Commission
http://www.ncesc.com/

ESC Online provides access to North Carolina's Job Bank.  This site is also a resource on labor markets, in North Carolina and nationwide. You'll also find the North Carolina’s Talent Bank, a nationwide electronic resume system that gives job seekers a new option for marketing their qualifications.

The Monster Board
http://www.monster.com

Whether you're thinking about a new job, new career, a new city or a new direction... Monster helps you explore the possibilities and find the opportunities that are right for you.