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  1. Glassdoor is a free jobs and career community that offers an inside look at jobs and companies through employee generated content. The site offers salary information, company reviews, and interview questions.
  2. Green Dream Jobs is a jobs database that connects people with business skills to environmentally conscious nonprofits, government agencies, and businesses.


  1. The Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index (CEI) is the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT employees. The CEI includes the Best Places to Work List, and offers a variety of workplace resources including information on domestic partner benefits, federal employment policies, and workplace gender transition guidelines.


  1. Idealist is an interactive site where people and organizations can exchange resources and ideas, locate opportunities and supporters, and take steps toward building a world where all people can lead free and dignified lives. Idealist regularly provides internships and job openings for nonprofit organizations all over the world.
  2. is an employment search engine that aggregates job listings from thousands of websites, including job boards, newspapers, associations, and company career pages.
  3. Inomics is an online service especially tailored to the needs of economists. The website lists job openings for economists, conference announcements, and a database of research papers.
  4. INROADS is an organization committed to developing and placing talented minority youth in business and industry and preparing them for corporate and community leadership. Students must complete the INROADS application to be considered for INROADS internships.
  5. Institute of International Education (IIE) is among the world's largest and most experienced international education and training organizations. IIE's website includes information about its research and publications.
  6. Intelligence Careers is a starting point for information technology and information intelligence professionals to find career opportunities. The site contains job postings, industry news, and a calendar of upcoming career fairs.
  7. The International Career Employment Center is a comprehensive source of international job postings. The site posts opportunities in organizations including government, associations, foundations, corporations, and universities.
  8. The International Center for Research on Women-includes contact information for individuals seeking employment in the field, fellowship programs, advocacy, action, partners, and donors.
  9. offers job listings in the international development, health, aid, and global affairs fields, with nonprofits, NGOs, charities, and other organizations. Job-searchers may sign up for free.
  10. The International Career Employment Weekly posts over 500 current job vacancies each week. Many of the positions either require or prefer a foreign language. (A hard copy of this periodical is available at the Career Center front desk).
  11. InternMatch offers internship resources and a database of paid internships with a focus on business and non-profit positions. Students can access downloadable resume templates, cover letter guides, and interview advice. The site also offers an intern blog with information on finding internships as well internship and industry guides.


  1. The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues. The site offers an ADA library, a searchable accommodation resource, and publications and resources by occupation.
  2. Job Choices magazine is a digital publication from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) designed to help college students and recent graduates prepare for their job search and find relevant opportunities. The digital magazine includes information on employment trends, resume and interview advice, and special topics related to the job search.
  3. allows students and recent graduates to ask questions about job searching and receive answers directly from experienced recruiting professionals at America’s top employers. Registration is free. Students can login, post a career-related question, and a hiring professional from one of's member companies will respond within one business day. Students can browse questions by categories including networking, career-planning, and job search advice.
  4. JobOn makes job searching more personal by providing local job listings and enabling you to upload videos of yourself answering interview questions.


  1. This library serves as a one stop location for everything LGBT career related: job searching, resumes, interviews, coming out at work, etc. The library houses books, magazines, links, video clips all at your fingertips. Use the following login information to access the library. Username: library Password: outforwork
  2. Use this business-related social networking site to find colleagues, classmates, and future career connections. Post your resume, network, and find expert advice and other tools for career help.
  3. Top Websites for International Affairs Jobs.