Career Center - Job Search Resources

The Career Center is your connection to exploring internship, volunteer, full-time, part-time and seasonal positions. You can discuss the mechanics of resume writing, have your resume critiqued, discern how to give your best interview, participate in a mock interview, and discover strategies for conducting an effective job search.


Researching Careers

O*NET is a primary source of occupational information related to characteristics of workers and occupations. Take a career assessment through the "My next move" tab.

Bureau of Labor Statistics is a master research tool used for exploring different career paths and learning about the nature, average salary, and job skills for a specific career.

Roadtrip Nation empowers you to define your own road in life instead of traveling down someone else's.

Read about personal stories from insiders currently working in careers – degree requirements, tips, best and worst aspects, job tasks, etc.


Job Search Resources

College Central Network - search for full-time, part-time, seasonal, internship, and volunteer positions; contact employers and upload your resume.

Grad to Great provides information for graduates about pursuing a fulfilling career path with great tools and information including great articles and tips and advice.

LinkedIn is our recommended social networking site to link students with over 35 million professionals – this guide will get you started on building your online profile.

The Federal government's official job list. Shown are employment search, information center, veteran information and forms.

Search millions of job listings on Simply Hired; find local jobs, salary comparisons, and employment trends; new jobs added daily.

Your ultimate resource for finding that volunteering position that will set you apart on your resume.

Ohio Means Jobs is a great place to search for jobs in Ohio.

Ohio Means Internships is a great place to search for internship and co-ops in Ohio. 

Access free online tools such as a salary finder tool on State Stats.

Merion Matters, the company behind ADVANCE, has focused on bettering the careers of our healthcare community since its inception as a magazine publisher in 1985. Today, our diversified interests highlight a commitment to serving the informational and career needs of 1.8 million nursing and allied healthcare professionals.

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Resources




Contact Information

Flory Center - Room 115
Phone: (513) 745-5671
Email: Careercenter@ucblueash.edu


Disclaimer

The University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Career Services office (UCBA CS) makes no representations or guarantees about positions or events listed on its website or physical bulletin boards and is not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of employment. UCBA CS makes no specific or implied guarantees of employment as a result of obtaining a degree or the taking of any courses. It is the responsibility of the student, alumnus or community member to take all necessary precautions when interviewing for or accepting any position. He or she is solely responsible for obtaining or confirming any necessary information concerning an employer.

UCBA CS website contains links to other websites or events as a convenience for its users and is not responsible for the contents of any linked site. Anyone who discovers misuse or abuse of our website or other posting is encouraged to report the matter to UCBA CS, either in person or via carserv@ucblueash.edu.