Where Do I Go For. . .?
Sometimes logins are needed: if so, they are usually listed on the page with the link. . . .
For more in-depth resources, please explore the site or stop in to see a PCA any afternoon or call x2265 to arrange a conversation with a counselor.
Self-assessments give you a sense of how your attitudes and interests relate to possible career choices.
Focus is self-directed: you can create your own log in and take it
Do What You Are requires counselor access; call x2265 to set up an appointment
There’s a lot of information out there—to help you explore and sort it, try:
Vault--company profiles, industry overviews; career guides, interview advice
Spotlight on Careers—-30+ career topics overviewed with alumni profiles, grad school info, and more—a resource created by the Liberal Arts Career NetWORK, a 28-peer-school consortium of which we are member. Amherst alums are interviewed in the Geology and International Affairs sections—great snapshots of those career areas!
Job Listing Sites | General Information (scroll down for several of these)
on-campus recruiting and job listings, CC calendar
a broad database of over 2 million companies nationwide that can be selected by location, industry, size and by a specialized keyword search—client referral is amherst1821.
the international job seeker’s essential first stop
more than 3,000 organizations offering internships for college and law students
Internships.com (National Internships Online)
provides up-to-date listings of internships in many geographic regions
National Employment Bulletin (Current Jobs for Graduates)
current listings in performing arts, education, writing, and other fields
Amherst Career Network
select the Find People link in the upper right of the page, above the purple bar, and log in from there
electronic portfolio and credentials management—create your own link and account