As you begin or continue your path towards your career, there are many valuable online resources to help you, including:
- WildcatLink: Your Davidson portal to full-time positions, internships and fellowships. Through your WildcatLink account, you also gain access to thousands of additional internships, fellowships and full-time positions through the Nationwide Internships Consortium (NIC) and the Liberal Arts Career Network (LACN).
- Vault.com: View top employers and education programs, job search advice, salary information, job listings, employee message boards, and surveys. Create an account using your Davidson email address.
- CareerBeam: A comprehensive, 24/7, user-friendly program that helps you determine what you want in your career and offers the steps to achieve it. It is a self-paced process that helps you clarify your career goals, develop a professional resume and cover letter, prepare for interviews, develop a network, and implement a strategic career search. Both current students and alumni can set up accounts on CareerBeam.
- MyWorldAbroad: A comprehensive, interactive website that helps students and young professionals build global career skills. Click on the icon and create an account with your Davidson email address.
- Idealist (for nonprofit jobs, fellowships and internships): This site includes more than 25,000 nonprofit and community organizations in 153 countries, which you can search for by name, location or mission.
- Internships.com: A large internship database easily searchable by career field or geographical area. We recommend using it in addition to WildcatLink and the Nationwide Internships Consortium.
- Internmatch.com: An entirely free internship database for students that lets you search or browse thousands of unique internships across the country, ranging from Fortune 500s to local non-profits.
- O*Net Online: This database includes information on skills, abilities, work activities, and interests associated with more than 800 occupations. Use the site to find out which jobs suit your interests, skills, and experience, and learn what it takes to be successful in your field and in related occupations.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: A classic reference with information about hundreds of careers. The OOH provides information on the training and education needed to enter specific career fields as well as information on earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions.