Online Career Counseling - This is free, professional assistance to job seekers. Areas of expertise include career advising, resume writing, networking and job interviewing. You can submit your personal career question 24 hours a day and receive FREE professional advice from one of our career advisors in a matter of hours.
Information, resources and tools to help you in your career seeking. Whether you are a student, career seeker, counselor, teacher, parent, career development professional, you will find many important links and information to explore this site.
Active Learning (VARK) - VARK is a questionnaire that provides users with a profile of their preferences. These preferences are about the ways that users want to take in and give out information while learning.
Career specific resources on the World Wide Web.
The Career Key is a career interest inventory that will enable you to learn more about your interests and the types of careers that match these interests.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: An excellent online handbook containing descriptions of careers and industries.
Comprehensive labor market information for the state of California.
Careerbuilder.com, for job search––check out the “Features” links.
Saludos.com, Hispanic employment service.
Americasemployers.com, Online job search, post resume.
Jobsfed.com, for information on Federal jobs.
Collegegrad.com, downloadable (easy!) resume templates, job preparation, interviews & negotiations, job postings.
Americas Job Bank: Connecting people and jobs everywhere.
Back Door Jobs: Internships, extraordinary experiences, seasonal jobs, volunteering, work abroad.
FindHow - Career Exploration: Extensive collection of career profiles, as well as access to resume and
cover letter guidance, interview advice, and networking tips.
Federal Jobs Central: Federally funded jobs you must apply for.
Job Star California: Careers, not just jobs.
Job Web: Don’t get caught in the wrong job.
Best Jobs U.S.A.: Your employment search engine.
Career Resource Center: Plan now to find your safety net within your job field.
Monster Campus: Job searching tips and self-assessment test (click on links).
Career City: Cutting edge careers so you can map your own path to your ideal job destination.
Labor Market Information and Job Listings.
You are advised to use the above career guidance sources in conjunction with a Hartnell College Counselor. Counselors are available to assist you in choosing a major and/or career as well as with personal issues that may affect your educational and/or vocational endeavors.. To make an appointment with a General Counselor at Hartnell College, call (831)755-6820.