Listed below are a variety of job listing websites for you to explore and to find open positions. The listed websites have been reviewed and recommended by UCI Division of Career Pathways staff. These links are to external websites (see Disclaimer). For job listings that are specifically looking for UCI students, please visit Handshake.

  • Apprenticeships and Training Opportunities

    • CareerOneStop: Apprenticeships – Connection to apprenticeship resources on the Department of Labor website, including links to apprenticeship programs in all states.
    • Indeed – Save time by using one site to search over 1,000 public job boards. Optimized for mobile use.
    • InternQube – A one stop resource for everything internship-related. Includes search resources, industry specific links, book recommendations, videos, articles, and more. Developed and maintained by one of the most well regarded internship professionals in the U.S., Michael True.
    • Jobs Corps – free education and training program for disadvantaged youth between the ages of 16 and 24 that helps them develop a career path, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job.
    • Looksharp powering Internmatch – Internship postings are reviewed for legitimacy in an effort to eliminate scams. The website also provides industry guides, resources, and webinars with guests from high profile companies.
    • My Next Move: Careers with Registered Apprenticeships – Lists of careers with apprenticeship programs registered with the U.S. Department of Labor.
    • Peace Corps – A volunteer organization established to promote world peace and friendship. Website offers more information on this volunteer service program.
    • The Corporation for National and Community Service – Lists of programs and focus areas for various industries and other fields of focus.
    • USDOL: Regional Offices of Apprenticeship – Federal Office of Apprenticeship within the U.S. Employment and Training Administration.
    • USDOL: State Apprenticeship Agencies – Lists of many states with registered apprenticeship programs.

  • Resources for Diverse Audiences

    • IMDiversity – Resources for African-American college students and other students of color that provides information on careers, job opportunities, graduate and professional schools, internships, study abroad programs, and more.
    • Diversity Employers – magazine for those who seek information on careers, job opportunities, graduate/professional school, internships/co-ops, study abroad programs, and other employment and career advancement opportunities with employers who are interested in recruiting a diverse workforce.
    • Feminist Jobs and Internships, the Feminist Majority Foundation – Lists of jobs that provide feminists with a space to find jobs that progress the status of women or encompass their passion for social justice.
    • National Congress of American Indians – Job opportunities from American Indian, Native Hawaiian and Alaska Native businesses, governments and organizations, as well as businesses looking to hire Native American people.
    • ISNA Careers, Islamic Society of North America – Job listings with the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) as well as jobs posted by other organizations.
    • LatPro – Provides a search resume database and job postings, including email alerts, for Hispanic and bilingual professionals (Spanish/English and Portuguese/English).
    • LGBT CareerLink – Allows visitors and users to view job opportunities from a broad variety of diversity-friendly employers, review career resources, and learn about upcoming events for the LGBT community.
    • The Orthodox Union – Resources for professional development.
    • Indian Health Website – Resources for American Indians and Alaska Natives who are interested in a career in health. Learn about different career paths, find current vacancies, scholarship and internship opportunities.
    • The National Native American Bar Association – Resources for Native Americans interested in practicing law. The NNABA’s Young Lawyers Committee provides opportunities for networking and career development.
    • OUT for Work – A non-profit organization focused on helping LGBTQA college students successfully transition from academia to the work place. OUT for Work has featured partner companies on their site, for those seeking LGBTQA supportive employers.
    • Human Rights Campaign, Annual Corporate Equality Report – Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is a civil rights organization and annually rates hundreds of American employers—including Fortune 500 companies and law firms—in regards to their LGBT inclusive policies and practices.

  • Resources for Military Personnel and Veterans

    • CivilianJobs.com – Online job postings for candidates that are currently transitioning out of the military as well as military veterans with varying amounts of business experience.
    • Military to Civilian – Gateway to the many sites and services that prepare veterans and personnel preparing to separate from the service. Individuals can review their many resources and select those that work best, from career and job search advice to resume assistance to job placement.
    • National Job Search Resources for Veterans, Job-Hunt.org – Articles and resources for military personnel and veterans on making the transition to the civilian workforce.
    • Resources for Veterans and Military Personnel and Their Families – Links to sites, services, and resources that support current and former military personnel and their families. Also provides information on pay rates and employment verification, and employment and financial rights for reservists called to active duty.

  • Resources for Persons with Disabilities

    • Entry Point – Offers students with apparent and non-apparent disabilities internship opportunities in science, engineering, mathematics, computer science, and some fields of business.
    • Hire Disability Solutions – Information and resources for individuals to connect with employers and find employment opportunities.
    • Workplace & Employment: American Association of People with Disabilities – Partners with several employers to offer internship programs specifically for young persons with disabilities. Actively recruits Washington DC – based organizations to participate in the Greater Washington Internship Coalition, offering even more opportunities to these talented students and young professionals.

  • Resources for Undocumented Students

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