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Click the categories below to see an expanded list of web sites related to the category. (updated June 28, 2007)

  • Business and Consulting
    • http://www.amanet.org
      Maintained by the American Management Association, this site offers a full range of management development and educational services for business professionals.
    • http://www.amcf.org
      The Association of Management Consulting Firms is an international association of firms engaged in the practice of consulting to management.
    • http://www.apics.org
      The American Production and Inventory Control Society is the source of expertise in resource management for manufacturing and service industries. Registration is required for job bank access.
    • http://www.imcusa.org
      The Institute of Management Consultants USA is a national professional association representing management consultants. It awards the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) certification mark.
    • http://www.managementconsultingnews.com
      This website provides subscribers a free e-mail newsletter covering the management consulting industry.
    • http://www.vault.com/nr/consulting_rankings/consulting_rankings.jsp?consulting2003=1
      This site lists the top management and tech consulting firms and provides links directly to firm websites.
    • http://www.marketingpower.com
      One of the largest organizations for marketers, which provides careers and salary information, as well as job bank listings.
    • http://www.sifma.org/
      The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association is an organization of more than 650 securities firms, including investment banks, broker-dealers and mutual fund companies, active in all phases of corporate and public finance.
    • http://www.uncw.edu/career/marketing.html
      This is an excellent resource which explores various career titles, job search and career planning links as well as links to professional associations which relate specifically to marketing.
    • http://www.uncw.edu/career/management.html
      This is an excellent resource which explores various career titles, job search and career planning links as well as links to professional associations which relate specifically to management and leadership.
  • Court Administration
    • http://www.judges.org
      The National Judicial College is the nation’s leading judicial training and educational institution.
    • http://www.sji.gov
      The State Justice Institute was established by federal law in 1984 to award grants to improve the quality of justice in state courts, facilitate better coordination between state and federal courts and to foster innovative, efficient solutions to common problems faced by all courts.
    • http://www.uscourts.gov/
      Click on “Careers” and then “Search Job Vacancies” to find open positions within the federal Judiciary.
    • http://www.ncsc.org
      Click on "Education & Careers" and the "Jobs" to find open positions in state courts.
    • Note: Consult the Administrative Office of Courts in your preferred state for a list of available job openings and their requirements.
  • Corporate Compliance
  • Federal Government
    • http://www.archives.gov/careers
      The National Archives employment website.
    • http://www.attorneyjobs.com
      This site contains an extensive database of attorney and law-related positions in a variety of settings, including federal, state and local government. AttorneyJobs.com also includes JD Preferred-Alternative Legal Careers for Lawyers, which is a useful resource for any student considering non-traditional legal careers. You will also find a number of helpful pages on the site including resume and interviewing tips and federal and state government application forms.
    • http://www.calltoserve.org
      The Partnership for Public Service has joined with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management to develop a national initiative, A Call to Serve: Leaders in Education Allied for Public Service. This initiative is designed to educate a new generation about the importance of a strong civil service, help re-establish links between federal agencies and campuses and provide students with information about federal jobs. This site includes information regarding applying for federal employment, contains profiles of various opportunities with federal agencies throughout the country and link to each agency’s homepage and job listing web pages. It profiles specific federal opportunities by interest areas such as Economics, Education, Health, Human resources, Law Enforcement and Public Relations.
    • http://www.fedjobs.com/
      The Federal Research Service is a private organization which maintains a searchable database of federal government jobs. Choose an occupation and narrow your search by location, agency and other criteria.
    • http://www.fedworld.gov
      This site provides general career related information in the federal government and databases containing law-related positions in various federal agencies.
    • http://www.usa.gov
      This is the official U.S. gateway to all government information on the Internet. This comprehensive site provides links to all federal entities in the three branches of government.
    • http://www.pmf.gov
      This site details the Presidential Management Fellowship Program, a federal program designed to groom graduate students for upper-level management positions in the federal government. The site provides lists of agencies and their departments and offices the hire PMF’s.
    • http://www.usajobs.gov/
      USAJOBS is the official job site of the United States Federal Government. It is your one stop source for Federal jobs and employment information. This site also includes a Career Interest Center which allows you to select an occupation based on your interests or based upon a career area.
    • http://www.monster.com/
      This site allows you to search for jobs based on category and includes Government and Policy as a search option.
    • http://www.uncw.edu/career/politicalscience.html
      This is an excellent resource which explores various career titles, job search and career planning links as well as links to professional associations which relate specifically to political science.
  • General Job Search
    • http://www.allstarjobs.com/
      This site contains links to many general job boards.
    • http://www.attorneyjobs.com/
      While the best resources on alternative jobs found on this site require a monthly fee, the rates are quite reasonable and may well be worth the investment for a few months. Attorney Jobs also includes JD Preferred-Alternative Legal Careers for Lawyers, which is a useful resource for any student considering non-traditional legal careers. You will also find a number of helpful pages on the site including resume and interviewing tips and federal and state government application forms.
    • http://www.bls.gov
      U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, maintains this extraordinarily detailed web site. Of particular interest to the alternative career seeker are descriptions of major industries and compensation data for hundreds of occupations.
    • http://www.careerjournal.com
      This site, sponsored by the Wall Street Journal, features job search news, tips discussion groups and a database of job listings searchable by job title or description.
    • http://www.hg.org/empchange.html
      This page of HG.org contains a special section on changing jobs and career change issues and topics.
    • http://www.job-hunt.org
      This comprehensive site contains job search tips, recent news articles and links to other resources. Search for job resources by location or industry/profession. This site has links to great general job search information. Be sure to check out The Online Job Search Guide.
    • http://www.jobhuntersbible.com
      This is Dick Bolles’ job search website that is intended to serve as a companion to his book, “What Color is Your Parachute?” It is a great resource full of article, links, tips, tools and even lists, for example, Ten Best Jobs for People who…
    • http://www.jobsearchprivacy.org/jobsearch.htm
      The Online Job Search companion section has a list of employment-related websites.
    • http://www.lexisnexis.com
      At the bottom of the LexisNexis homepage, click on "Careers." You can then search and apply for open positions with LexisNexis or other U.S. jobs.
    • http://www.opportunityknocks.org
      Look for nonprofit jobs and career opportunities on this site. Registration to receive email alerts of open positions matching your interests is free.
    • http://www.rileyguide.com
      This is a well known guide to online job search articles and resources.
    • http://www.vault.com
      This is a comprehensive job search site, which provides job listings, as well as company specific message boards. Vault produces various career guides for law students and other professionals.
    • http://www.wetfeet.com
      This is a great general job search resource providing career research information as well as job search resources. Check out company, career or industry profiles to learn more about the job options that are available.
    • http://www.indeed.com/
      Indeed gives job seekers free access to millions of employment opportunities from thousands of websites. Indeed.com includes all the job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and company career pages, and they continue to add new sites daily.
    • http://www.careerinfonet.org
      This site is maintained by the U.S. Department of Labor and Employment and contains a list of state job banks as well as links to national private sector, veterans and government job banks.
    • http://www.careermag.com/
      CareerMag provides industry specific career channels with a wealth of information tailored to your career goals. Select a career channel to research industry information, search jobs and build your portfolio. You can search by occupational field and state.
  • Health Care
    • http://www.pohly.com/
      This is the website of Pam Pohly Associates, a management consulting firm specializing in the healthcare industry. The site provides job search resources for the healthcare industry, including lists of health and medical employers with links to their websites.
    • http://www.ache.org
      The American College of Healthcare Executives is the international organization for healthcare executives. Click on the "Career Services" tab to search the ACHE job bank and to find a list of healthcare career related resources. Also check out the "Publications" section and view the books available on career development. This is a great starting place for information on healthcare management.
    • http://www.asbh.org/
      The American Society for Bioethics and Humanities hosts this site, providing news articles, resource links and employment listings.
    • http://www.healthcarejobstore.com/
      This website is an enormous database of all types of healthcare jobs. Search for jobs by job title, get assistance with preparing a healthcare resume or post your resume in the employer access database.
    • http://healthcarelawnet.com/
      This website is a comprehensive resource for corporate counsel and healthcare professionals and provides up to date health law lawsuits and news from health lawyers.
    • http://www.healthlawyers.org/
      This is the website of the American Health Lawyers Association. It contains information about relevant news and publications, list serves, related resources and a national job bank.
    • http://www.hl-isy.com
      HealthLeaders-InterStudy provides information about managed care for healthcare professionals.
    • http://www.healthmanagementcareers.com/
      This site from the American College of Healthcare Executives provides information on what a healthcare executive is and the types of opportunities available within the profession.
    • http://www.hfma.org
      The Healthcare Financial Management Association is a national professional membership organization. Its website offers a Job Bank, lists of executive search firms and resume referral services (available to members only).
    • http://www.hhs.gov/
      This is the website for the United States Department of Health and Human Services. It provides information on the various HHS programs and operating divisions. Follow the links to learn more about employment opportunities both for students and graduates.
    • http://www.mgma.org
      This site, from the Medical Group Management Association, offers information on physician practice management. The Job section contains a job bank and other career resources, including salary and internship information.
    • http://www.modernhealthcare.com/
      This is the online version of Modern Healthcare Magazine. It is a great source for current healthcare news, hot topics articles, and jobs.
    • http://bioethics.od.nih.gov/
      This comprehensive site, maintained by the National Institutes of Health, provides links to “Bioethics Resources on the Web.” There are links to specific topics, general and federal resources and organizations of interest. The section on Careers in Bioethics provides job postings and information on post-baccalaureate opportunities.
  • Higher Education
    • http://www.aals.org/
      For those interested in careers in legal academia, this site provides information about subscriptions to the AALS Placement Bulletin, a publication that lists available faculty and administrative positions, as well as positions related to legal education outside law schools.
    • http://www.naspa.org/
      For those interested in careers in academic administration, this site provides some general information, links to a number of job listings, and links to other higher education organizations.
    • http://www.chronicle.com
      The Chronicle of Higher Education is the premier site for article and information about the field of University Administration and Higher Education. They also have an extensive job postings section on their website.
    • http://www.academic360.com
      Academic360.com is a meta-collection of Internet resources that have been gathered for the academic job hunter. It includes links to over 3000 faculty, staff, and administrative announcements and is not restricted to teaching positions. This site allows you to search Institutional HR job announcements.
    • http://www.case.org
      The Council for Advancement and Support of Education is one of the largest professional organizations for advancement and professionals at all levels who work in alumni relations, communications and development. This site provides links to resources, membership information and a career center.
    • http://www.studentaffairs.com
      This site has extensive information for student affairs professionals, including news, trends, conferences and it has a link to its job bank at Jobs.StudentAffairs.com.
    • http://www.higheredjobs.com
      This site is one of the largest job database focused exclusively on college and university positions.
    • http://www.nagap.org
      The National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals is the only professional organization devoted exclusively to the concerns of individuals working in the graduate admissions and recruitment environment. The site has good resources for people interested in learning about graduate admissions.
    • http://www.pppnet.org
      The Partnership for Philanthropic Planning is the professional association for people whose work includes developing, marketing and administering charitable planned gifts. Those people include fund raisers for nonprofit institutions and consultants and donor advisors working in a variety of for-profit settings. The website has a section that lists job postings in the field of planned giving.
    • http://www.afpnet.org
      The Association of Fundraising Professionals is a professional association of individuals responsible for generating philanthropic support for a wide variety of nonprofit, charitable organizations. The website provides information about conferences, public policy issues, educations and career development, and has a job bank.
      http://www.aaua.org
      The American Association of University Administrators develops and advances the standards for the profession of higher education administration. The website has information about publications and events.
    • http://www.nacubo.org
      The National Association of College and University Business Officers is a professional association for colleges and university business officers. It provides professional development programs, annual meetings, distance learning opportunities, as well as advocacy and lobbying support for member interests. The website has a lot of information including publications, events and a "Career Headquarters" section with job postings.
    • http://www.acuta.org
      The Association for Information Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education is an international non-profit educational association serving technology professionals at colleges and universities. The website provides information about educational opportunities and events as well as news updates on legislative and regulatory issues that pertain to this population.
    • http://www.nacua.org
      The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) is organized to assist higher education attorneys in representing and advising their client institutions. They provide members with professional development and CLE opportunities, resources and publications and links to university related court decisions. Information about how to join this association is on their website.
    • http://www.affirmativeaction.org
      The American Association for Affirmative Action is a national not-for-profit association of professionals working in the areas of affirmative action, equal opportunity and diversity. They promote understanding and advocacy of affirmative action to enhance access and equality in employment, economic and educational opportunities. They also provide extensive resources on their site and host an annual conference.
    • http://www.acenet.edu
      The American Council on Education has approximately 1,800 accredited, degree granting colleges and universities and higher education related associations, organizations and corporations. The organization provides its members with legislative and lobbying support, enhances the diversity and capacity of American higher education leaders and supports colleges, universities and other higher education and adult learner organizations in their efforts to serve students and society. This is a good site for students to use to learn more about current higher education issues.
  • Human Resources
    • http://www.marketingpower.com
      One of the largest organizations for marketers, the American marketing Association maintains this site, which provides career and salary information, as well as job bank listings.
    • http://www.astd.org
      The American Society for Training and Development is a leading professional organization and resource for workplace training and performance issues. A job bank is included on the website.
    • http://www.ere.net
      The Electronic Recruiting Exchange boasts a daily newsletter, a job board for recruiting and HR positions, articles on the recruiting industry and careers and message boards addressing various topics in the industry. The Electronic Recruiting Exchange hosts the annual ER Expo, a recruiting and workforce management conference for recruiting and HR managers, directors and executives.
    • http://www.hrci.org
      The Human Resource Certification Institute offers certification exams to HR professionals.
    • http://www.ifebp.org
      The International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans is the largest educational association serving the employee benefits and compensation industry. The IFEBP offers a professional credential in the employee benefits and compensation field. The website also includes a job bank.
    • http://www.shrm.org
      The Society for Human Resource Management is the world’s largest organization devoted to human resource management. The site provides link to resources, local chapters and job banks.
    • http://www.ispi.org
      The International Society for Performance Improvement is a global association dedicated to improving productivity and performance in the workplace. The website contains a job bank and links to local chapters.
    • http://www.workforce.com
      The website of HR magazine Workforce Management offers free on-line membership to assess articles and information on HR management, recruiting and staffing, training and development and compensation and benefits.
    • http://www.ioma.com
      The Institute of Management and Administration offers free e-newsletters on a variety of issues related to human resources and management, including law firm management. The Compensation and Benefits for Law Offices newsletter offers information on law firm recruitment, retention and professional development.
    • http://www.nationjob.com/hr/
      Nation Job Network’s job bank includes a section on human resources jobs.
  • Legal Administration
    • http://www.alanet.org
      The Association of Legal Administrators in the primary professional organization for individuals responsible for administration and management in law firms. The ALA offers associate membership to practicing lawyers with an interest in law firm administration and management. The web site offers a career center and job bank.
    • http://www.nalsc.org
      The National Association of Legal Search Consultants is the only professional organization that represents legal search professionals. The Web site offers a newsletter discussing market trends in the legal job market and the recruiting field.
    • http://www.jobsforrecruiters.com
      The website of Wisnik Career Enterprises, Inc., the “recruiter for recruiters,” posts job listings for legal recruitment professionals.
    • http://www.pdclegal.org
      The Professional Development Consortium (PDC) is a consortium of individuals working in-house at law firms, government agencies and corporations who are responsible for the training and professional development of lawyers.
    • http://www.abanet.org/lpm/home.shtml
      The ABA’s Law Practice Management section offers innovative and practical information on marketing, management, technology and finance in the legal environment. The section is responsible for publishing Law Practice magazine.
    • http://www.hildebrandt.com/
      Hildebrandt is a global leader in professional services consulting. Best known for strategic consulting, Hildebrandt International also offers assistance on specific business issues faced by law firms. With close to 30 years experience in advising professional firms – including many of the world’s leading practices - Hildebrandt has built up unmatched expertise in every aspect of professional firm management.
  • Legal Education
    • http://www.aals.org/frs/index.html
      The Association of American Law Schools maintains these pages to facilitate the Faculty Recruiting Conference, at which entry-level candidates meet with law school appointments committees each fall.
    • http://www.lawteaching.org
      The Institute for Law School Teaching and Learning is a center at Gonzaga University School of Law and Washburn University School of Law that focuses on the teaching, as opposed to scholarship, aspect of legal education. While there are no “nuts and bolts” tips on getting a faculty position. This is an interesting site as it highlights the classroom side of legal education.
    • http://www.jurist.org
      These Jurist website is maintained by the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.  It contains many helpful links for the would-be law professor.
  • Media
    • http://www.insidecounsel.com/
      Magazine serving in-house legal professionals. Website links to articles, a job bank, and information about upcoming events.
    • http://www.aaaa.org
      The American Association of Advertising Agencies is a national trade association representing the advertising agency business in the United States. Its membership produces approximately 75 percent of the total advertising volume placed by agencies nationwide.
    • http://www.aejmc.org/
      The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication is a non-profit, educational association of journalism and mass communication faculty, administration, students and media professionals.
    • http://www.ajr.org
      The American Journalism Review list news sources and journalism organizations. Also contains a section called “Reporters’ Tools” that lists reportorial aids from guidelines for searching the Internet to lists of quotable experts, from tips on using public opinion polls to video feeds for television newscasts.
    • http://www.attorneyjobs.com
      This site has a large section discussing alternative careers in general. Media and entertainment is a subset of the proposed alternative careers. The page provides a sampling of representative job titles within media and entertainment fields.
    • http://www.business.com/human-resources/media-and-entertainment-jobs/
      The media and entertainment pages of business.com provide information on jobs in the field.
    • http://career.berkeley.edu/communications/communications.stm#journalism
      The website of the Career Center of University of California, Berkeley contains a section on communications careers which lists professional organizations and contains articles about careers in advertising, public relations, broadcasting, journalism, publishing and writing.
    • http://careers.cua.edu/explore/mediastudiesresources.cfm
      The Catholic University of America Career Services Office provides articles about media careers in general and links to job search sites.
    • http://www.careerexplorer.net
      This site allows you to search for advertising and marketing jobs in a particular geographical area.
    • http://www.collegegrad.com/
      This website provides a job bank for many industries, including marketing and advertising.
    • http://www.ipra.org
      The International Public Relations Association constitutes an international group of public relations practitioners worldwide, active in promoting the exchange of information and cooperation within the profession and building a program of professional development opportunities and other initiatives aimed at enhancing the role of public relations in management and international affairs.
    • http://www.khake.com/page43.html
      The Vocational Information Center maintains this page which serves as a “Broadcast Media and Journalism Career Guide.” It contains links by job descriptions. Each link generally includes information about job duties, job requirement, training needed and salary. The site also includes links to media and journalism related sites such as union sites, news sites and other information.
    • http://www.nationjob.com/media/
      This job searching tool provides a laundry list of media positions with a focus on publishing.
    • http://www.prsa.org/
      The Public Relations Society of America is the world’s largest organization for public relations professionals. PRSA has over 20,000 members, organized into 16 chapters, representing business and industry, technology, counseling firms, government, associations, hospitals, schools, professional services firms and nonprofit organizations.
    • http://www.uncw.edu/career/communicationstudies.html
      This is an excellent resource which explores various career titles, job search and career planning links, as well as links to professional associations.
  • Political/Legislative
    • http://www.democrats.org/
      The Democrat National Committee does not list positions within the organization on its site; however, it does provide helpful information for those interested and includes a link to apply for internships.
      http://www.gop.org/
      The Republican National Committee does not list positions with the organization on its site, but provides helpful information for those interested in conservative politics and causes, as well as a link for those interested in volunteering.
    • http://www.house.gov/content/jobs/
      This site is maintained by the U.S. House of Representatives and contains a discussion of employment opportunities at the House.
    • http://www.hillzoo.com
      This “inside the beltway” site lists positions on and off Capitol Hill for those interested in working on either the Right or the Left.
    • http://www.opajobs.com
      This site contains job listings in government affairs, public relations, legislation, print and broadcast journalism on the Hill, and in non-profits, corporations and federal agencies in the Washington, D.C. area.
    • http://www.rcjobs.com/
      The Roll Call, one of Capitol Hill’s political newspapers, lists jobs on this website.
    • http://www.senate.gov
      While the U.S. Senate web site does not contain a specific page on employment opportunities there, this general overview may prove useful to job seekers looking for a comprehensive overview of the entity.
    • http://www.uncw.edu/career/politicalscience.html
      This is an excellent resource which explores various career titles, job search and career planning links as well as links to professional associations which relate specifically to political science.
  • Real Estate
    • http://www.nareb.com/
      This site is home to the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) whose mission is to bring together the nation’s minority professionals working in the real estate industry.
    • http://www.irei-assoc.org
      The International Real Estate Institute (IREI) is the largest international real estate association in the world. IREI boasts members in over 100 countries and its mission is to provide professional recognition and a method to easily network with real estate professionals both internationally and at home. The website has a link to various international real estate publications and a searchable membership list.
    • http://www.nahb.org/
      This is the website for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). This site also lists local home builders associations.
    • http://www.nahbrc.com
      The National Association of Home Builders Research Center is the research arm of the National Association of Home Builders. The NAHB Research Center is a research and development leader in the home building industry. The organization works with builders and manufacturers, design and housing research professionals, government and industry. This site has a job bank.
    • http://www.icsc.org/
      This site is home to the International Counsel of Shopping Centers (ICSC), the global trade association of the shopping center industry. Its members include shopping center owners, developers and managers. Members of ICSC are able to join Special Industry Groups such as legal, finance and operations management.  This site also includes a job bank.
    • http://www.realtor.org
      This is the site for the National Association of Realtors (NAR). This site has an extensive Law and Ethics section and the organization publishes a “Letter of the Law” newsletter which is available to registered users.
    • http://www.ccim.com/
      The Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Institute educates commercial real estate professionals to be CCIMs, “experts” in commercial and investment real estate. Over 15,000 real estate professionals have this designation. In order to become a CCIM, a candidate must complete several CCIM accredited courses.
    • http://www.irem.org
      The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) is an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors. It is the only professional real estate management association serving both multi-family and commercial real estate sectors. IREM is an international organization which serves as an advocate on issues affecting the real estate management industry. This site also has a job database.
    • http://www.sior.com
      The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) is an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors. This organization is a leading professional commercial and industrial association.
    • http://www.naiop.org
      The NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, is a leading organization for developers, owners, and investors of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate.  This site boasts a job bank and its career center provides descriptions of various real estate careers and the skills necessary to succeed in real estate.
    • http://www.uli.org
      The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit research and education organization. Its membership includes professionals from the land use and real estate development disciplines who are from both the public and private sectors. ULI’s mission is to provide responsible leadership in the use of land to enhance the total environment. The website provides a comprehensive "Career Center" and the list of ULI sponsored programs includes networking events.
    • http://www.boma.org
      This site is home to the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International whose mission is to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, educating, research, standards and information. BOMA International is a source for information on building management and operations, development, leasing, building operating, costs, energy consumption patterns, local and national building codes, legislation, occupancy and technological development. Members include office management professionals from building owners to asset managers.
    • http://www.landsea.org
      The Landsea Rural Development Institute is an international land law and policy group (comprised of professionals, including attorneys) fighting rural landlessness. The organization works with developing countries to design reforms to expand land rights to the rural poor. Landsea provides consulting services on issues such as rural land reform, land tenure security, land market development, land administration and farm reorganization.
  • State Government
    • http://www.usa.gov
      This site includes several links to state and local government home pages and related websites, such as state administrative agencies categorized by topic (e.g., Drug, Education, Housing, Labor, etc.).
    • http://www.hg.org/usstates.html
      This page of HG.org contains links to state government resources for all the U.S. states, as well as to associations dealing with state and government municipalities and other related sites. It provides a very comprehensive list of links and is a great starting place for conducting research.
    • http://www.naag.org/
      The website of the National Association of Attorneys General provides access to research, news and links to the Attorney Generals Office for each state.
    • http://www.50statejobs.com/
      View job listings by industry, including state and local government opportunities, and post a resume on line. This site contains state and federal government job listings as well as Fortune 500 listings.
    • http://www.statelocalgov.net
      This site provides state government links for all 50 states.  Click on the state that interests you and find links to the state home page, statewide offices, legislative branch, judicial branch, executive branch, boards and commissions, cities, counties, towns and libraries for each state. Additional resources are also available on national organizations for state government employees, regional governments and other related topics.
    • http://www.uncw.edu/career/politicalscience.html
      This is an excellent resource which explores various career titles, job search and career planning links as well as links to professional associations which relate specifically to political science.
  • Think Tanks
    • http://www.nira.or.jp/past/ice/index.html
      National Institute for Research Advancement is a Japanese organization established to conduct independent research that will contribute to the resolution of various complex issues facing contemporary society. The Institute’s research focuses on current and emerging issues in many areas, including politics, economics, international affairs, society, new technologies and administration. This page of NIRA's website lists international think tanks and links to their web pages.