The Office of Career Services

Career Planning & Job Development: Resources

Current Job Listing
11/12/2015 (462 kb) (PDF).

Employment Links is a search engine for jobs, allowing job seekers to find jobs posted on thousands of company career sites and job boards.
It's a great resource for students and graduates looking to land jobs in the new green economy. It contains hundreds of job listings from across the country, targeting employment opportunities that enhance sustainability. These include green jobs in traditional organizations and traditional jobs in green organizations -- from alternative energy specialists and LEED building construction workers to landscape architects and administrative positions at green companies and environmentally-focused non-profits. In addition to hundreds of job openings, SustainLane's green job board features tips and in-depth articles on: Breaking into the growing green job sector, Greening the job you have, Emerging trends in the green collar economy.
Healthcare jobs on the east coast.
The Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board provides over 50 direct links to employment banks and human resource departments in the five-county area. Excellent site for local job seekers. Just click on Local Employment.
Employment opportunity in over 30 state agencies. Excellent for those seeking state employment opportunities.
View employment classifieds from the upper shore’s local newspaper. Just click on Classifieds then Employment.
Employment opportunities from the Bay to the Beach. The Eastern shore Living link is excellent for people wanting to relocate to the shore.
Established in 1991, its current membership is more than 1,200 organizations. Maryland Nonprofit represents a comprehensive and diverse group of non-profit organizations statewide and is dedicated to supporting, promoting, and assisting nonprofit and philanthropic community. The Career Bank link gives job seekers the opportunity to view current openings across the state.
An internet-based recruitment site dedicated solely to the community college sector. Individuals seeking employment at community colleges can access job postings without a fee and post resumes discreetly and free of charge.
The Office of Career Planning and Job Development publishes this listing of openings for Chesapeake College students and residents of the community. Please follow the application procedure outline in each job announcement if you are interested in applying for one of the positions.

Career and Education Links
My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. The site has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers. Users can find careers through keyword search; by browsing industries that employ different types of workers; or through the O*NET Interest Profiler, a tool that offers personalized career suggestions based on a person's interests and level of work experience. Check out "I’m not really sure" and take the interest survey.
Career one stop is a great source for employment information and inspiration. Tools to help students, job seekers, and career professionals.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is the ultimate in career and occupation information. Click on OOH Search, enter a specific career or search the A to Z index of careers. Specific career information includes Nature of Work, Working Conditions, Training Requirements & Qualifications, Job Outlook, Earnings, Related Occupation, and Additional Sources of Information.
The HEATH Resource Center at George Washington University is a national clearinghouse on post-secondary education for individuals with disabilities. Support from the U. S. Department of Education enable the clearinghouse to serve as an information exchange about education support services, policies, procedures, adaptations, and opportunities at American campuses, technical schools, and other post-secondary training entities. Under the Links section is an Employment page with links to organization that supports individuals with disabilities.
This site is composed of post-baccalaureate educational information. Individuals can search for graduate programs by curriculum or by geography. The Students menu offers links to search, get recruited, graduate fairs, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and MCAT test information, including online practice tests. The Featured Portals menu offers specific information on Business Programs, Distance Learning Programs, Student Abroad Programs and other specific graduate information.
Use the Salary Wizard to get a range of expected pay for a particular job, in a selected area in the United States. For those thinking about relocating the Cost of Living Wizard will compare living cost indexes and salary differentials between 300 plus U. S. cities.
A FREE online career/personality survey While everyone has some introversion and some extroversion, or some thinking and some feeling characteristics, the test will help you identify which alternatives you prefer to use. The test has 68 questions and takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. You must answer at least 50 questions in order to receive your type. Your responses should reflect "the real you", not the way you want to be, think you should be, or are asked to be by someone else. Remember there are no right or wrong answers or personality types.