Counseling & Wellness Center
Career & Job Information
Appointments to discuss career and job information should be made during lunch or a free period. Appointments are made in the Guidance Office.
- America’s Job Bank
Job seekers may create and post resumes, search for specific jobs by location, agency, or position, and examine job market information.
- Career Builder
A career search exercise and links to career information.
- Cool Works
Search for seasonal employment.
- Job Search Aggregator
Allows you to search more than 5 million jobs listed in the U.S. with thousands of internships and volunteer opportunities. Also provides other features regarding salary.
Contains links to resources for planning a career, salary information, resume tips and real life stories from workers in many fields.
Search listings and get career advice.
- New York State Department of Labor
New York Youth Jobs Program - Information
New York Youth Jobs Program - Application
Formerly called New York Youth Works, encourages businesses to hire unemployed, disadvantaged youth, ages 16-24, who live in New York State by offering local businesses tax credits for hiring eligible youth. The goal is to help youth get into the workplace and succeed. All they have to do is get certified. Click the links above to access the criteria and application.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH)
This is a reference used to research occupations. The site provides background information about occupations including work, training and education.
- Resume Tutor
Resume workbook from the University of Minnesota.
Snagajob.com is one of the top part-time and hourly job sites.
- State University of New York Career Development Organization
Provides links to career information about 14 career areas.
Find summer jobs, camp jobs, vacation jobs, and seasonal employment.
- The College Board Career Search Questionnaire
Try the "QUESTIONNAIRE" and check "ALL CAREERS" information.