Resources and Tools
Our support doesn’t begin and end with your courses: we’re committed to helping you find fulfilling career opportunities that align with your degree program. The following resources and tools are available to help you advance in your job search and secure a rewarding position.
Contact your academic advisor who will submit a career services referral, or call us directly: 855-472-4255.
Career Events & Workshops
We offer a diverse line-up of career events that are free of charge and available for prospective students, current students, alumni, and the general public.
Career Assessment: Awato
Awato is a career pathfinding program that uses assessments to help you understand more about your career. Using Awato, you can explore degrees and careers that match your interests. It will also help you identify and apply for local internships and jobs. Need a new resume? Awato can help you update an old resume or build a totally new one.
Get in touch with Career Services to get started!
Resume Updates: Targeted Resume Career Platform
Targeted Resume is a career platform that helps you customize your resume to job opportunities. It offers an easy-to-use resume scanner: simply upload your resume and job posting. The results of the scan will pinpoint keywords, skills, and other gaps on your resume that you can incorporate to increase the chance that your job applications will pass the automated screening and reach your potential employer. Unlimited, free access is available for all students!
Cover Letters & Resumes
Strong job application materials are an essential component of a successful job search. Read recent blog posts focused on this topic, and set up an appointment with Career Services to get 1:1 support.
Industry & Job Research
When you're considering a career in a new industry, it's helpful to have a solid understanding of industry fundamentals, emerging trends, and other insights. Use the following resources to research various fields and learn more about the specific job opportunities available in each area.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Research hundreds of occupations including up to date career outlook data, salary information and necessary education levels for each position.
Explore careers and find information on the necessary knowledge and skills and day to day tasks for occupations.
Discover earning potential by exploring salaries by job title and location. Learn how years of experience, industry, location and more can impact your salary.
Information by Industry
Job Boards for any Profession
One stop shop for job duties and responsibilities research and opportunity awareness.
- Zip Recruiter
With over 8 million jobs, ZipRecruiter is the only site you'll ever need to find your next job.
- LinkedIn Jobs
Leverage the world’s largest professional network to make connections and discover opportunities.
- NH Nonprofits
a variety of positions within small non-profits and can often be ideal for Social Science and Psychology majors.
JobsInTheUS.com's mission is to help job seekers find real, local, jobs where they want to work, through our state-specific employment websites.
- Stay Work Play
Stay Work Play is a NH focused organization with an internship list and other great NH based information.
- Career Vitals
Explore careers in healthcare.
- Any Intern
A large database of internship opportunities.
- Super Interns
Apply for virtual internships in a variety of fields.
Education-specific Job Boards
Resources for Veterans
LinkedIn for Veterans
LinkedIn is proud to support the military and veterans community. As you launch the next stage of your career, or as your family moves from base to base, we’re offering eligible service members, veterans and military spouses one year of free access to LinkedIn Premium and LinkedIn Learning. >>Learn More
Walmart Veteran's Foundation
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation have a long history of supporting veterans, service members and their families. The Walmart Foundation has committed to supporting veterans, announcing a commitment of $20 million through 2019 to support job training, education and innovative public/private community-based initiatives that address challenges many veterans face when returning to civilian life. >>Learn more
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