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Online Resources

Preparing for and searching for a career can be quite an undertaking. To make it easier, we’ve put together an array of online resources to help you streamline this process. In addition, we have categorized the sites to simplify your research.

Resume and Career Choice Resources

  • Grads Guide to Getting Hired - Pre-graduation planning for that perfect job

  • Great Sample Resumes - A leading resource for professional sample resumes online! Also offers a wide variety of career tools for entry level job seekers.

  • Simply Hired - The world’s largest job search engine. View tutorial videos for online job searching and networking, employment trend reports and our New Graduate Search filter, which searches for jobs specifically looking for new graduates.


  • Internships.com - Search internship opportunities from thousands of employers across the country.  Not sure about which career path to take? You can take an internship predictor to help you evaluate your professional preferences.
  • The Washington Center - Opportunities to work and learn in Washington, D.C. for academic credit
  • Disney College Program - Paid Internship programs for Disneyland and Walt Disney World
  • Internship Programs - The Internship Search Engine
  • Thurgood Marshall - Connecting HBCU students with major corporations
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Scholarships, internships, fellowships, and career development opportunities for students from high school to the postdoctoral level.
  • Zip Recruiter - Search for jobs hiring in your area using ZipRecruiter’s job search engine - the best way to find a job. Find jobs hiring near you and apply with just 1 click.

Green Jobs

  • greenjobs.net/ - Green Jobs Network empowers people seeking careers in sustainability and environmental responsibility to find jobs

State of Delaware & Local Job-Hunting Sites

Healthcare/Nursing Career Job-hunting Sites

State and Local Government Jobs

Federal Government Jobs

  • US Navy - Employment opportunities with the Navy - A Global Force for Good

Sports Industry Job-hunting sites

Hospitality and Travel Job-hunting sites

  • H Careers - Browse thousands of Hotel jobs and Hospitality careers

National Job-hunting sites

  • Care.com - Free resource for students to help find part-time work as a babysitter, nanny, tutor or other caregiver employment opportunity
  • Careerjet - Careerjet is an employment search engine for the USA that allows you to search a growing selection of jobs listed on company sites as well as job sites in one go saving you the trouble of having to go to each site individually
  • College Grad Job Hunter - Entry Level Jobs for College Students and Recent Graduates
  • careerbuilder.com - Over 400,000 jobs and the right one for you
  • Exam 2 Jobs - Certification exam help for test takers who also need job search assistance and job hunting tips for certified professionals.
  • Handshake - Job Search Resources and Employer Services
  • PhillyCareers.com - Philadelphia Careers
  • National Urban League - Employment Network
  • Recruiters Online Network - Resumes, job bank, recruiting resources
  • snagajob.com - #1 Source for Hourly Employment
  • Indeed - Millions of jobs online to find the next step in your career
  • Way Up - Find paid internships, part-time jobs and entry-level opportunities
  • Linkedin - Manage your professional identity and build and engage with your professional network

General Online Job-Hunting Advice

Company Profiles

  • Glass Door - A free inside look at jobs and companies. Find jobs and see company salaries, reviews, and interviews – all posted anonymously by employees
  • Job.com - Gear for your Career!
  • Vault - The insider career network

Disability Services

Grad School / Financial Aid

Executive Alumni Jobs

  • The Ladders - The largest executive job board specializing in jobs that pay over $100,000 annually


Supporting the DREAM - Professional competencies for working with undocumented DACAmented students

Undocumented 101

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals DACA was put in place in 2012 by the Obama Administration
ICE - The organization that responsible for monitoring immigrants in the US
Eligibility for DACA program

  • Arrived in the US prior to 2012
  • Born in the US
  • Attending school
  • Not all undocumented students are DACA-mented
  • There are 800,000 DACA recipients; 1.3 million immigrants meet the requirements
  • If the Dream Act passes, everything could be solved
  • Undocumented Students may only have access in unpaid internships as an option if they don’t have a visa or SSN

Opportunities and Next Steps

  • Graduate Education
    • Go to states that are more receptive to DACA and undocumented students
    • Research graduate funding available: Educators for Fair Consideration and Immigrants Rising
  • Unpaid Experiences - unpaid experiences; be aware of work visas, I9, and find out about the legal implications
    • Job shadows
    • Networking events
    • Taking advantage of internship courses and getting creative
  • Engagement with Advocacy groups – connect with United we Dream
  • Apply to DACA scholarships

DACA Resource Links

H1B Applicants/International Students

Life Sciences Industry