Job Search Resources
Here you’ll find not only job search sites but: resumé help, state unemployment sites, social media, webinars and other job related venues and opportunities.
The number one complaint from students and recent graduates looking for jobs and internships is: “I apply, but the companies never get back to me.” WayUp announced that you will now hear back from every single company when you apply on WayUp.
Free Webinar: The Three Page Business Plan
Monday, June 1, 2020 | 2:00 – 3:30 PM
Most people cringe at the thought of writing a business plan, but the process and content are extremely valuable. This webinar offers a unique approach to thinking about and writing a business plan in three pages of text with three spreadsheets. The objective is to set you on a path to developing a well thought out plan with a minimum of work and “agony.” The presentation will cover how to produce the plan appropriate to your needs and situation while ensuring the utility of the content. Register Here
Think Like an Employer: A Recruiter’s Perspective of the Hiring Process
Wednesday, June 3, 2020, 1:00–1:30 pm
Do you wish you could see inside a recruiter’s mind to find out exactly what they’re looking for? In this webinar, they pull back the curtain on the hiring process to reveal what it looks like from an employer’s point of view.
Cover Letter Optional: How to Write One (and When It’s Necessary)
Wednesday, June 17, 2020 1:00–1:30 pm ET
Do you struggle with writing cover letters? Unsure how to send one, what you should include, or whether it’s worth the effort at all? This webinar will give you the foundations you need to write clear, concise, and compelling cover letters that effectively communicate your value.
Essential Advice for Entry-Level Job and Internship Hunting During COVID-19 Webinar
These are links to a very fine webinar presented May 13th for graduates and other entry level job seekers. Cappfinity is a “strengths-based assessment firm that identifies Capability and Engagement, finding people who both can-do and love-to.”
Hiring managers will reference your resume throughout the hiring process to determine if you’re the right fit for the job. Use these 10 tips to help you perfect your resume and land a job.
Due to the pandemic, millions of people are working from home. If you’re a recent college graduate, that means you’ll face some unique challenges in your job search. For one, you’ll probably have to interview remotely instead of meeting with the company in-person. While interviewing from your couch may sound much more relaxed than a face-to-face meeting, remote interviews take some extra work to make them successful. To help you succeed on a video interview, here are some tips.
Welcome to Brainfuse JobNow!
Live, anytime, anywhere job assistance, including up-to-date nation-wide and local job search engines, professional resume critique and proven interview techniques. Experience personalized career center seamlessly integrated with advanced virtual technology to help job seekers of diverse backgrounds and needs.
With Indeed, you can search millions of jobs online to find the next step in your career. With tools for job search, resumes, company reviews and more.
Hiring managers may only have a few seconds to review your resume and see if you’re the right fit for the job. Use these three tips from an Indeed recruiter to make sure your resume is setting you up for success.
Explore Glassdoor. Search for jobs, salary information, company reviews, and interview questions. Current and former employees anonymously review companies. Glassdoor also allows users to anonymously submit and view salaries as well as search and apply for jobs on its platform.
Search for job opportunities across the United States on SimplyHired. Browse by job category, city, state, employer and more. Get a head start and post your resume.
Monster.com is your source for jobs and career opportunities. Search for jobs, read career advice from Monster’s job experts, and find hiring and recruiting advice.
Complete set of employment tools for job seekers in Connecticut. Search jobs, create resumés, find education and training. Employers can find candidates, post jobs, search labor market information.
Welcome to the TRAIN Learning Network
TRAIN is a national learning network that provides quality training opportunities for professionals who protect and improve the public’s health. You can set up an account and take classes.
A business and employment-oriented online service mainly used for professional networking, including employers posting jobs and job seekers posting their CVs. LinkedIn allows members (workers and employers) to create profiles and “connections” to each other in an online social network. Members can invite anyone to become a connection. Profiles can be used when applying for jobs online and employers may contact members when the job search in the profile is turned on.
An employment website founded in 1995 and with offices in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. CareerBuilder.com provides labor market intelligence, talent management software, and other recruitment solutions, including online career search services for more than 1,900 partners as of March 2008, including 140 newspapers and portals such as AOL and MSN.
Free business advice and ongoing mentoring to help you start up a new business or improve the results of your current small business. SCORE 40+ business professionals who volunteer to help build small businesses in our community. Running a business is challenging; but you are not alone. SCORE has helped entrepreneurs in “start-up” mode, as well as owners of established small businesses by providing ideas and guidance to grow their business. Southeastern Connecticut SCORE® is a non-profit partner of the SBA, chartered by the US Congress to offer free business counseling to the public. Education is an important focus. They offer 60 workshops a year covering: business basics, managing finances, digital marketing and social media, franchising, and preparing business plans.
Created in 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) continues to help small business owners and entrepreneurs pursue the American dream. The SBA is the only cabinet-level federal agency fully dedicated to small business and provides counseling, capital, and contracting expertise as the nation’s only go-to resource and voice for small businesses. Corona Virus Relief Options