Helpful Search Resources
The Career Center is committed to serving Lewis & Clark’s LGBTQ students by providing tailored career resources, advocacy, and a safe space to talk about anything and everything related to helping you prepare for life beyond L&C. Check out our LGBTQ Career Resource Guide to start your search!
Create a profile that highlights your skills and experiences and leverage the world’s largest professional network to build relationships and connect with opportunity. Use LinkedIn Jobs to harness the power of your network to uncover insights such as whom you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.
This is designed to be the most comprehensive source of internship information on the web. The site provides full, up to date information on over 2,800 organizations offering internships and summer jobs for students. *Please note that this series is hosted by Watzek Library. When you click the link above you will be asked to enter your Lewis & Clark username and password.
Portland’s top source for jobs in the city and throughout Oregon at large.
Comprehensive resource for nonprofit industry. This is great for careers in nonprofit.
Jobs aimed at recent college graduates in Portland and Seattle.
Indeed is an aggregate search engine meaning that it searches job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.
Simply Hired is an aggregate search engine that searches job boards, company sites and around the web.
Glass Door is an aggregate search engine that searches multiple job boards and gives you access to reviews of different organizations from employees. Also includes interview tips and salary information.
Internships.com, a Chegg service, is the world’s largest student-focused internship marketplace, bringing students, employers and higher education institutions together in one place. Students can access over thousands of internships and entry-level jobs all over the country for free.
This directory contains an extensive list of internship programs that offer students and graduates an opportunity to gain practical experience, explore potential careers and enrich their lives.
Founded in 1997, govtjobs.com lists open positions at the state and local government levels. Today, govtjobs.com has one of the largest job boards focused exclusively on state and local government positions.
Nonprofit Career Network was created to fill the needs of the nonprofit sector.
Social service jobs and internships throughout the U.S.
The City of Portland and the Portland Development Commission are working with the Portland’s Athletic & Outdoor Industry (A&O) on programs and initiatives that support, encourage, and further the success of Oregon’s 800 A&O firms and the 20,000 people who work for them.
Find great jobs in Oregon, where many current local opportunities are posted. Hint: In the top, left corner there is a link to Browse Our Employer Directory. This is a great place to do research on particular organizations you might be interested in.
Link to job listings specifically for recent graduates and paid internships for students.
Pronounced “synergy”. Join this listserv to keep updated on Portland-area non-profit organizations, with information about job/internship postings, volunteer opportunities, events, conferences, and workshops.
Find great opportunities in higher education — Search by interest area or geographic location.
The career hub for technology jobs.
Science and technology job listings.
Resources for Physics and Astronomy undergraduates.
Job listings for the environment.
International Search Resources
Find international jobs and internships. Export advice on CV, resume, work permit and visa requirements for work abroad.
A resource for searching employment in specific countries and/or regions of the world. Includes information on living and working overseas.
Transitions Abroad magazine has been the only publication dedicated to work, study, living, and cultural immersion travel abroad. Its purpose is the dissemination of practical information leading to a greater understanding of other cultures through direct participation in the daily life of the host community.
Broad-based resources on living abroad.
A social enterprise bringing efficiency to international development through business information and recruiting services. Members find development projects, business and career advice, jobs and professional connections.
A non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring the American public to learn more about the world.
The largest coalition of U.S.-based international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) focused on the world’s poor and most vulnerable people.
The OneWorld U.S. edition seeks to provide balanced and accurate coverage, identify sources, and provide access to original documents, through links to partner websites. Through links to OneWorld.net, U.S. readers can easily access in-depth information organized into guides on topics and countries.
NGO Monitor, as outlined in the mission statement, aims to generate and distribute critical analysis and reports on the output of the international NGO community for the benefit of government policy makers, journalists, philanthropic organizations and the general public.
Resource for finding teaching jobs overseas.
Initiated in 2000 by a handful of international NGOs and prominent visionaries, WANGO has quickly become one of the premier international bodies for non-governmental organizations that are committed to the ideals of universal peace, justice, and well being for all humanity.
Monster.com for around the world.
Information about different types of employment, getting a work visa, opening a UK bank account, etc.
Employment search engine of positions in the UK.
General Job/Internship Search Resources
Information on how to break into the public sector.
Free job search information, expert advice and links to employer and job search resources.
Tips for crafting a resume when applying for a job with the federal government.
Additional Resources by Department
The following departments have specific job, internship, and research opportunity pages: