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  • NACE's JobWire is the job announcement section of Spotlight, the biweekly newsletter of the National Association of  Colleges and Employers (NACE).  The most recent listings with openings for career counselors, human resources professionals are available here.

  • A publication of the National Association of Colloge and Employers. The JobWeb at this site provides career and job-search advice for new college graduates.

  • Financial Jobs

  • NFPA's membership includes fire departments, building code regulators, emergency services, fire and safety associations and more. NFPA's Career Center lists jobs for the protection engineers, inspectors, technicians with monitoring firms, and other professionals in this fields.
  • Promotes educational excellence and equity through bilingual education.
  • An organization that brings together individuals and groups with an interest in multicultural education from all levels of education, different academic disciplines and from diverse educational institutions and occupations.
  • The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) focuses on the needs of micro-businesses.  It provides how-to resources on business financing and affordable health care.

  • Job seskers can search and apply to targeted jobs, as well as manage their resume and job applications online. Employers can advertise their jobs to catering executives and search the exclusive nich resume database.
  • At this site, JobLink provides job listings to non-members, but members can place a resume in the database, can receive online reports with job activity statistics and relevant email alerts.
  • Information on financial aid and planning for college.
  • A corporate resource related to the employment of people with disabilities.  Users may post or revise their resumes or search for employment.

  • Browse career fairs by region.  Over 300 career fairs in 76 cities.

  • NCEW provides a job bank where newspapers seeking editorial or op ed page staff may post notices of job openings and where writers and editors seeking opinion page jobs may post their availability.
  • NCAC is a major international organization of acoustical consultants. This site includes job listings.
  • At the Career Center site of NCFR, job seekers can browse jobs, manage saved jobs, browse featured employers and explore their profiles, post resumes and get assistance with services or send feedback.
  • NCNA is a network of 40 state and regional associations working to develop more effective support for community nonprofits by offering management and technical assistance, advocacy, and public policy education. State contact information, nonprofit news, calendar of events. Also includes full text of the Unified Registration Statement (URS) Kit for charitable registration in 33 states.
  • NCNA is a network of state and regional nonprofit associations serving over 20,000 members in 41 states and the District of Columbia. Its mission includes providing nonprofits with the tools and leadership they need to function more effectively. At this site you can view employment information.
  • AAHPERD Career link is an online source for jobs in the fields of health, physical education, recreation and dance.  The Careers site includes internship opportunities and volunteer opportunities.

  • This site provides information for job leads and training for people interested in careers in firfighting or police work. Access to the job leads is by subscription, searching the database of training academies is free.
  • NADD is the oldest and largest professional organization representing criminal prosecutors in the world. Its members come from the offices of district attorneys, state's attorneys, attorneys general and county and city prosecutors with responsibility for prosecuting criminal violations in every state and territory of the United States. This site includes employment opportunities.
  • This site is devoted to diversifying newspaper and media industries and is primarily aimed towards women and minorities. You will find job openings in all aspects of the newspaper and media industries, from advertising and public relations to management and editorial.

  • National Endowment for the Arts is an independent federal agency supporting artists and organizations.  This site includes information on grants and employment opportunities at the NEA.

  • This site provides a Job Center, information on e-Learning, research and development programs, government affairs, credentials, NEHA food safety training, position papers and affiliated organizations.
  • NFIB is a  large advocacy organization for small business.  You can search the database of business articles for practical information and tips for small owners.

  • This site includes state-specific governmental agencies and community-based organizations to assist people with criminal records, practitioners, researchers, and policy makers.
  • A coalition of leading national nonprofit agencies committed to helping individuals, families and communities thrive. This site includes information on latest news and resources, conferences and events, jobs and internships.
  • Lists open positions in the literacy profession.
  • Downloadable version of Teaching Adults to Read, a research-based guide for teaching alphabetics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
  • NIRA is a professional association of a highly select group of over 70 insurance recruiting firm operating on a regional, national, and international basis. This site includes searchable databases of job listings and recruiters.

  • The largest federally funded library devoted entirely to education.
  • At this site you can post help wanted ads, view openings at newspapers across the country or post your resume.
  • The National Organization for Women is the largest organization for feminist activists in the United States. It works to eliminate discrimination and harassment in the workplace, schools, the justice system, and all other sectors of society. The Job Opportunites section includes volunteer opportunities at the National Action Center in D.C., internships and job listings.
  • Resources from ERIC for parents and those who work with parents.
  • There are nearly 400 national parks and even more ways that you can help.  You can find an opportunity at a park near you.
     

  • Temporary positions are available in a range of career fields that include visitor use assistants, park guides, biological science technicians, park rangers, seasonal maintenance positions.
  • This site provides information on workshops and seminars, business practices, memtoring, critiques, self-training and student resources. The Job Bank is open to members only.
  • It provides career information in any engineering specialty. The employment section features engineering salary information, career tips, guidelines to professional employment for engineers and scientists, mentoring programs and other employment links.

  • the Urban League is a community-based movement empowering African Americans to enter the econimic and social mainstream. At this site, you can explore excellent job opportunities with over 100 fortune 500 companies.
  • At this site, there is a Job Hotline which is a project of the National Writers Union and is run by, and for, the writers who use it. Employers list freelance, contract, and staff jobs for free. Here you can view contract job listings and staff job listings.

  • This site provides job information for job seekers and employers, resume writing info, free career test, salary wizard, career articles, success stories, community programs, degree online info.
  • You can view all jobs, search jobs, search employers, view company profile, receive compamy's job via email, search company's jobs.
  • The Job listings section includes employment in academic, print, radio, web/online, television and miscellaneous.

  • Find schools, special programs and financial aid information.
  • NativeWeb is an international nonprofit organization that provides resources for indigenous cultures around the world. The Community Center area of the Website includes job listings.

  • This site provides a wide range of scientific career information and news as well as expert advice. Job seekers can search science jobs worldwide by title, by region, by discipline and by employer.

  • Featuring Jobs for Accounting, Tax Audit, Banking and Financial Professionals

  • This site is a great source for information on the profession of court reporters, as well as where to go for training, and the classified ads are open to the public.
  • There is a Featured Job section, and you can search jobs by specialties.
  • Net Jets -Fractional Aircraft Ownership. At the Careers section, you can obtain information and learn how to apply for a NetJets pilot, flight attendant or corporate position.

  • DBM recommends the listed tips for every resume.
  • Net-Temps is a job board for temporary, temp-to-perm and full time employment through the staffing industry. Membership with Net-Temps is free for jobseekers. Users can search from thousands of new job postings, create a free Job Search Assistant to help find their next job.
  • A nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people get more involved in their communities. Search for volunteer opportunities which match your interests and geographic location, find charities to which to donate money, and locate an elected official or media contact to voice your opinions on a variety of topics.
  • A listing of jobs and resources for nonprofits.
  • Classifieds include employment services, job training, jobs wanted and help wanted.
  • This is a creative website, newly designed to provide in-depth information on a wide variety of exciting careers in NYS. It is an innovative, interactive online resource for students, teachers, counselors and jobseekers.
  • Using this site, applicants with an E-mail address and a credit card can apply and pay for Civil Service exams, including tests for police, fire and sanitation jobs. Applicants receiving public assistance will need their client identification number for fee waivers.

  •  This site provides job listings and information on health reseaarch training program and public health/preventive medicine residency program.

  • The DCAS page lists the schedule for upcoming examinations, licensing examinations, and information about recruitment for the Police Department, Fire Department, and EMT's
  • This site provides job listings, information on Health Research Training Program and Public Health/ Preventive Medicine Residency program.

  • Employment postings at this site include seasonal and consultant opportunities, internships and lifeguards.

  • Subsection Education includes articles and weblinks on History of private and public schools in New York city.
  • New York City Industries for the Blind  (NYCIB) provides two programs, Blue Power Employment Program which is a job training and placement program, the other one is a Recruitment Program which features jobs available at NYCIB facilities.

  • New York City Workforce1 is a new and growing partnership that pools the expertise of many different organizations to provide a network of job opportunities and business development resources.

  • New York Foundation for the Arts
  • This site includes government jobs in NY, colleges and universities in NY, NY newspapers, apaartments/housing and salaries in NY.
  • This site features various physical therapy jobs. Job seekers can also sign up for job alerts and post resumes.
  • The Jobs section is a complete online job board featuring the latest job listings along with career tips, advice from industry leaders and articles about the workplace and job market.
  • Features examination schedules and information, job titles and salaries, and frequently asked questions.

  • The New York State Department of Civil Service accepts only the evaluations performed by the companies listed in this site. These companies provide evaluations of foreign education for New York State employment.

  • VESID, an office of the New York State Education Department, each year offers thousands of New Yorkers who have a disability an opportunity to become independent through education, training and employment.

  • Includes a student/parent education center with useful links.
  • Locate colleges find government, financial and career resources.
  •  This site includes job listings, workforce data, labor market analysts, job fairs and recruitments, career planning information, unemployment assistance, potential employers and civil service.

  • You'll be able to search for jobs and related labor information about your career. By signing up you can create a resume, apply for jobs and have job listings sent to your email.
  • Information on requirements for a New York State teacher's certificate.
  • Summer Camps & Programs at Colleges in New York State for Kids and Teens 8-18.
  • The Jobs section includes job search and posting resumes for job seekers, career advice and the Employer Central.
  • Helps prepare immigrants, refugees and asylees for viable employment and self-sufficiency in the United States. Career planning, help adjusting to American work environments, job placement and career upgrading assistance available.
  • Admission and financial aid information for New York's private colleges and universities
  • Profiles, programs, open houses and financial aid information.
  • This is a weekly newspaper, published by New Readers Press, for Literacy and ESOL students written at about a fifth grade level. Read and listen to "front page stories". You can listen to the whole story while you read along or listen sentence by sentence.
  • Jobs and resources for professional journalists. Jobs include TV production, online writing, content writing and freelance writing.
  • Free online typing tests and basic tips. There is a fee for additional exercises and materials. Java 1.1 needed.

  • A nonprofit Job Resource Center that includes a directory of nonprofit organizations, job fairs, conferences, workshops and conventions, a directory of professional services and a volunteer section.

  • This site includes job listings, management tips, a Resource Marketplace and articles.

  • This site is created by the Society of Nonprofit Organizations. At this site, you can view jobs and post jobs.
  • At this site, you can search job postings, post new jobs, post new candidate profile and view information from resource links.

  • NEW trains women and places them in careers in the skilled construction, utility, and maintenance trades, helping women achieve economic independence and a secure future.

  • This site is designed specifically for teens, students, and young adults. This allows young job seekers to search for part-time jobs, summer jobs, hourly jobs, and entry-level jobs without having to wade through career level and management positions.
  • Job postings include nursing jobs, travel nurse jobs(RN, LVN,LPN), allied healthcare jobs and more nationwide.
  • Nurseweek includes news and events in this field, continuing education information and a Career Center.
  • This site offers career information and a job database of current RN employment listings.
  • Find nursing jobs, per diem nursing jobs and nursing jobs in top facilities across the country.

  • Job listings include jobs for teachers, school counselors, school psychologists, school social workers and more.

  • Includes information about positions in state government, titles, salaries listing of urgent jobs in demand and unique employment programs,also, find information about upcoming examinations for positions in local government.
  • Information about teacher certification, the "No Child Left Behind" Act, State Learning Standards, curriculum resources, assessment information, etc.
  • Find job information working in New York City Department of Education.

  • NYC Business Solutions is at the forefront of the Agency's effort to provide direct assistance to business owners throughout the 5 boroughs.

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