Career Development at UC Berkeley — a self-initiated process with support and resources provided by managers and the organization.
Career Development Center – http://www.careers.csulb.edu/ — California State University, Long Beach – offers a combination of career planning and job search resources, links to job listings (http://stewartcoopercoon.com/search-scc-job-postings/), and announcements and schedules of upcoming events such as workshops and on-campus interviews.
Careerealism.com – http://www.careerealism.com/steps-career-development-plan/ — 3 steps to create your own career development plan
Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development – Florida State University Center On Education and Work (http://www.cew.wisc.edu/) – School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison – seeks to enhance the quality of career-related learning for all individuals in schools, colleges, and the workplace.
College View – http://www.collegeview.com/ — Now, Hobsons – www.hobsons-us.com. Palm Beach Atlantic College, The University of Kentucky, Gradview, The Education Index, Reliance Medical, LCA-Vision, Columbia Personnel, College Search, Financial Aid Solution and Career Exploration.
E College – http://www.ecollege.com/ — E College partners with colleges, universities, K-12 school districts, and corporate training organizations to design, build and support e learning communities. Their campus is located at their offices in Denver, CO. Real Player Live Web casts. Online Meeting Center.
Home Fair – http://www.homefair.com/ — Relocation information. School and city reports. Salary calculations and financial calculations. Links to discounts on products (moving trucks) and services (designing a new kitchen). Find a Job section. They use Net.temps and Careerbuilder plus Brilliant People.com. Free to register and to post resume. Email notifications of jobs. Both great sites for resources.
Hot Braille – http://www.hotbraille.com/ — Communication services for the visually impaired and their family and friends. Currently a free service, they do ask for donations for their services. You can learn Braille. Put your resume in Braille. Messages are sent in Braille. Great site.
IMDiversity.com – http://www.imdiversity.com/ — Diversity Job Bank – Where Careers, Opportunities and Diversity Connect. Career site dedicated to providing jobs for minorities, females and other diversity job seekers looking for career employment. Search our diversity job bank, post your resume or visit one of our diversity multicultural villages.
Internet Career Connection – http://www.iccweb.com/ — Online since 1989, comprehensive career guidance resource center. Extensive career advice – over 20 departments – post your own data or search 14 career-related databases: job ads, resumes, federal st.
Lynda.com/Career-Development-Training-Tutorials — Whether you’re trying to find a new job, get a promotion, or excel in a new career, our training can help you achieve your career development goals. Our experts offer tips on leadership, management techniques, productivity, resume writing, and more.
Monster.com/Career-Development – Take the first step towards advancing your career! Discover advice for career planning, changing jobs, or advancing your career.
My Job Search – http://www.myjobsearch.com/ — California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, or all US. Classifieds, Job boards, career planning and relocation section. Based in Utah.
NCSU – http://www.ncsu.edu/ — North Carolina State University. You must have a current NCSU application on file with HR in order to utilize placing a bid online and using Bid/application request line. Secure site. Students and recent grads who are registered with the Career Center can post free resume.
performancemanager.successfactors.com – Guide to writing a career development plan
QuintCareers.com/Transferable-skills – A complete collection of transferable job skills resources and tools for job-seekers and career-changers.
https://www.tuck.com/creatvity-and-sleep/ – Tuck Sleep is a community devoted to improving sleep hygiene, health and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources. Tuck has been referenced by NBC News, Smithsonian Magazine, and Harvard University and is referenced by many health providers and sleep organizations across the web.