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Successful job seekers are those who have an effective strategy which utilizes information, skills and techniques. The following list includes different aspects of job searching that are important to consider.

Job Search Techniques

I've got to get a job!! Where do I start? Below are links with great advice on finding that perfect job:

Salary Negotiation

Are you getting a good offer? What is your job worth? These sites can help you know for sure:

Labor Market Information

Understanding the labor market in the career field in which you are interested can help you make informed career decisions. These sites can give you the inside scoop:

Relocation Information

Moving to a new city can be tough, but getting the right information can make it easier. If your new job requires you to move, the following sites may be helpful:

Summer Jobs

Looking for something to do this summer? If you aren't going to do an internship, these sites can help you find a great summer job.

Career Experience

Internships are a great way to gain valuable experience, learn skills critical to your career and establish networking contacts. Internships can be done on a part-time or full-time basis, during the summer or the academic year. Many internships offer pay and other benefits, and you may be able to receive course credit for participation.

The CSC can assist you in locating the internship that is right for you. College Central Network is used to post most of the internships announcements we receive. By using College Central Network you can:

  • Post and update your résumé online
  • Have your résumé seen by internship providers and employers
  • Search job and internship announcements

Additional internship announcements, both local and national, can be found in the Career Services resource library. You can also review internship opportunities at the following websites:

General Internships

Special Interest Internships

Washington, D.C. Internships