Online Job Search Resources
*Resources that require a password: Login to CamelLink. Use the Resources tab to locate the Resource Library. In the "Type" search box, select "CELS Job and Internship Search Resources" to find the password sheet.
The source for professional opportunities and career information in all areas of the arts, including: visual arts, arts nonprofits, performing arts, commercial art and design firms, film, public arts agencies, academic arts positions, galleries, internships, fellowships, conferences, commissions and more.
Performing arts jobs and internships.
Vault offers reviews and rankings of top employers, graduate schools and internship programs; descriptions of industries and positions; job and internship listings; full guide books from several industries (NOTE: must log-in through CamelLink Resources).
Career Search by Field
Links to specific websites within each career field. Internship & job postings on most of the sites.
The CELS newsletter is a weekly publication that highlights CELS-related news including on-campus events and interviews, full-time jobs and internships, and graduate school happenings. The publication is distributed by email every Monday during the academic year to all classes.
*Current Jobs for Graduates
Current job listings for the liberal arts graduate in various employment fields.
This database is for Connecticut College students and alumni. CamelLink is accessible through CamelWeb. (Login required)
Glassdoor holds a growing database of company reviews, interview descriptions and salary reports.
Great for students who are exploring the non-profit sector.
International Job Search Resources
Links to sites that are specific for international searches.
Resource for internship openings by category, location and company.
Job Search Resources for International Students
Site includes databases of employers in ALL employment fields that will sponsor international students.
Read interview transcripts from different career professionals to gain clarity on day-to-day job responsibilities.
*Opportunities in Public Affairs
Opportunities in Public Affairs is an excellent source of public affairs job openings in the Washington, DC area.
*Spotlight on Careers
Provides career and field specific information, jobs and internships, professional associations and more.
Employers by major and state. A resource to help you find different employers that may be looking at students with certain majors.
Federal Jobs Website
Extensive information on federal career options and how to apply.
Leadership Development & Rotational Program
Leadership development and rotational programs provide you with in-depth experiences, ongoing mentorship, and targeted training across a range of business areas within a company.
My Next Move
Website set up by the federal goverment to take an interactive look at where you might want to go, what you might want to do and how you get there with your career.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Maintained by the U. S. Department of Labor, it tells you the training and education needed, expected earnings and job prospects, job descriptions and working conditions for hundreds of different types of jobs.
State & Regional Job Search
Search links which are specific to a given geographic area.