JIVE Network

If you are seeking full-time, part-time, or summer employment, or looking for an internship, the JIVE Network is a good place to start.  JIVE is designed to help students, employers, and alumni log in and find out about jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities that are posted for Cornell students.

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Unlimited access to Glassdoor's information about salaries, employees' opinions about employers, sample interview questions asked by employers, reviews of company culture and working conditions, and job postings.

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Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this site will help you connect majors to careers.


Comprehensive tool to search for employers by major or by state.


A guide that links popular majors with career suggestions.  Also has listings of many entry level jobs by location and industry.


A site is dedicated to providing free career advice and employment resources to students who are making the transition between school and the working world.  Includes articles written by career services professionals employed at some of the top universities in the country.


A resource for exploring occupations. Includes a skills search to match a skill set with occupations, and different occupations broken down and explained. This site can also be helpful when working on your resume because it can help you in thinking about how to describe the responsibilities and skills you built in previous jobs.

Careers Out There

Real advice from real professionals.  Watch videos and read about various careers with descriptions and information provided by experienced professionals.


Get job-search advice and find about employers interested in new college graduates.

My Next Move

What do you want to do for a living?  Many resources to help answer this question.

The Occupational Outlook Handbook (by occupation)

The OOH, a publication by the Dept. of Labor, outlines thousands of occupations, giving you information on the nature of the work, working conditions, employment opportunities, training required, job outlook, earnings, and related occupations.  This site can help you learn about what workers do on the job and what training and education is needed for particular jobs.

Career One Stop

Find wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions, millions of employer contacts nationwide, and the most extensive career resource library online.  This site can be helpful if you are job searching in only a particular location.


Ask Human Resources professionals for job-related advice and search for employment opportunities with sponsor organizations.


In-depth career information and guidance for 45 popular career fields.

Job & Internship Posting Sites

After College

Explore job opportunities through academic department career networks.

Career Bliss

Use this website to find job posts, compare salary information, read company reviews and career advice articles.


Career web site for internships and entry level job search for college students and recent grads. Provides information on resumes, networking, jobs, employers, interviewing.

Going Global

Going Global is a great place to search for jobs, learn about different cities or countries that you are interested in going to, search the Employer directory, and look up companies who have recently sponsored H1B Visas.

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Simply Hired allows your to browse, search and apply for jobs.


Indeed allows you to search job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.


CareerBuilder has patented a search function that matches jobs to keywords in your resume. Instead of searching and searching with keywords, you can now be matched based on the content of your resume and have the right jobs come to you.


USAJOBS.gov is the premier site to find U.S. government jobs. Their superior advanced search capability helps job seekers navigate the otherwise complex web of government employment.


Internships.com allows searches based on categories (e.g., majors, paid/unpaid, industry), locations, and companies.


The field of public service encompasses professionals in organizations that prevent and fight crime, prepare for emergencies, and respond to accidents and natural and human-caused disasters. In addition to promoting and ensuring the overall well being of the general public, public service careers are also known for step-by-step advancement and promotion opportunities, employment stability, and strong employee benefits.

Internship Specific Search Sites


One of the largest free internship listing sites and focuses on positions with startup companies, non-profits, and other difficult to find opportunities with a unique look into companies culture through community pages. The site is flexible and easy to use -- you can easily search different fields and locations, and apply to as many positions as you'd like without any registration required.


Online resource to help you find great internships throughout the US and in a wide variety of areas.  Log on and create your own Free account to browse the site.

Backdoor Jobs Explore the exciting world of short-term job adventures, unique summer jobs, internships, seasonal work, volunteering and life changing experiences worldwide.  Connecting short-term job adventurers to unique opportunities since 1997.
Internships 4 You

Caters to employers seeking qualified interns, students seeking perfect internships and career centers seeking internships for their students. Employers post and screen internships using our automated system, students pick the internship that best suits them.

Job & Internship Search sites for specific populations


A free resource that allows new graduates and recently qualified teachers to find teaching jobs abroad for people interested in teaching at an international school or teaching English abroad.


The world's best place to find volunteer opportunities, nonprofit jobs, internships, and organizations working to change the world since 1995.


A site with information and resources on job search strategies, particularly for First Generation college students.

black perspective

An educational website and job search tool for African American candidates.

hispanic today

A job and career search tool for Hispanic candidates.

women in business

A job search tool for women.


Works to develop and place talented underserved youth in business and industry, and prepare them for corporate and community leadership.


ChristianJobs is an employment site to help faith-minded job seekers find job opportunities with businesses, non-profits, and organizations.

Job & Internship Search Resources for Iowa


The Iowa College Recruiting Network (ICoRN), is an organization of cooperation schools throughout Iowa that collectively holds a spring Interview Day for our students.  Contact the CEC to get your login information.


A website targeted at 15-25 year olds interested in potential career or internship opportunities in the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids Corridor.

Iowa Jobs

Iowa's largest job bank.

Local Community Work Program

The Local Community Work Program grew out of a need to pair up Mount Vernon/Lisbon community members who are looking to hire students on a part-time basis, and students who would like occasional work, but do not want to be confined to a work schedule. Typical jobs include babysitting, lawn mowing, snow shoveling, and moving help. These temporary or part time jobs are posted on the JIVE Network so check there frequently. Search Career and Civic Engagement Center as the employer to find these postings.