Helpful Links

When preparing for and conducting your job search, it is imperative that you use as many resources as possible. The Internet is one of the best tools to help you and offers a wealth of information. The following links will direct you to some of the many websites that will help you discover available jobs, learn more about your field of interest and network with trade-specific associations and organizations. Not only will you learn what companies are currently hiring, but you will gain more information to help keep you up-to-date in your professional field.


View jobs from around the country! Access jobs posted in the NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) online job database.

Other Resources

General Websites- Visit this page to explore job board sites such as Monstertrak and with job listings from virtually every industry.

Accounting - This page links those interested in the accounting and financial fields to job boards such as and as well as accounting-related associations and organizations.

Business Administration - This site offers information on various business career search listings such as as well as associations like the National Business Association.

Computer Studies - For the computer and technical job seekers, this site offers many job board sites like and trade-specific information and associations such as the Chicago Software Association.

Culinary Arts - Learn more about the culinary profession, the jobs and career options that are available and the organizations to be involved in.

Art & Design  Connect with those in the Graphic Design industry, learn more about the field and post your resume and portfolio on line.

Medical Assisting & Health Care - This site will link you to some of the best area hospitals, such as the University of Chicago Hospitals and Northwestern Memorial Hospital, that are hiring professionals in the health care industry.

Job postings - This site helps students find jobs through print and online media. Its clients advertise to recruit students on specific locations through Career Fair Guides and nationally through jobpostings Magazine. Over 2 million students read the Canadian or American version of job postings every year to help them find their first job upon graduation. Students can also visit to look for opportunities online.

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