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  1. The SAFETI (Safety Abroad First – Educational Travel Information) Clearinghouse Project creates and disseminates resources to support study abroad program development and implementation, emphasizing health and safety issues. In this consortium, faculty and staff can find information about health and safety annual workshops that take place in cities all over the world, as well as a list of SAFETI Clearinghouse members. We invite you to search for information and use resources by using the menu on the left to guide you. There is a checklist and detailed health and safety information for effective administration of study abroad programs. View the newsletter to find current hot topics in health and safety for study abroad.
  2. Through the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), this free resource offers students and employers access to current salary data.
  3. A salary tool to research salary ranges for thousands of job titles in a comprehensive set of career fields, sorted by occupation and region.
  4. The Society for International Development is a global network that aims to improve social justice and development by fostering interaction between individuals in the international development field. Members can join workgroups, attend career fairs, and participate in networking opportunities.
  5. At, you can purchase business cards with the AU Logo at a very competitive price.
  6. is the largest freelance site for students. The site filters and sends open jobs based on your skills and allows you to apply for positions that interest you.


  1. GlobalEd is an international resource center. The SAFETI (Safety Abroad First- Educational Travel Information) Project within GlobalEd provides general information regarding study abroad, workshops on specific countries, and other resources for students looking to studying abroad.
  2. The site provides links to internet resources and information about publications and organizations on conflict resolution.
  3. The Daily Muse offers career advice, job search strategy resources, information on companies, including office culture, and a jobs database.
  4. The Leadership Library is an online database of 400,000 individuals in U.S. federal, state, and local governments, news media, law firms, business, and non-profit organizations. The directory offers information on top level leaders including career history and contact information.
  5. TheLadders guides users through a $100K+ job search. They can help you with a career transition. Whether you're looking for a new job, want to change locations or industries,or need a professional resume, they have the tools you need to make the move into your next $100K+ role.


  1. Urban Employ Network is a national collection of career-enhancing internship and job listing websites. See all of our regions here. Job seekers can register for free. Once registered, upload your resume to be included in the Standard and Featured Candidate Searches. You now can apply to any listing that allows for applying online. When logged in, you also have access to free resources on Urban Employ sites.
  2. US.Jobs provides a national map with links to the State Workforce Agency in every U.S. state. These agencies are helpful tools for finding local employment, locating government offices that can help in your search, and getting tips on state-specific job searches and employment trends. US.Jobs also offers career assessment resources, veterans job search tools, a salary calculator, relocation information, and expert career advice.


  1. The Washington Post offers a database of D.C. area jobs and career fairs with advice and related career resources including networking, salary, government employment, and resume/cover letter advice.
  2. WetFeet is an award-winning provider of job search advice, specifically geared toward recent graduates. Their website includes up-to-date articles on job search and career planning tips, a blog covering a wide variety of career-related topics, and employer profiles on some top companies.
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    1. The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network offers professional development, networking, and social opportunities designed for young people involved in the nonprofit community.