Welcome to the Career Education Office's Resource Toolbox. Use the links below to find online resources to aid you in career and graduate school planning, job and internship searches, and more.
Resources marked with an asterisk (*) may require an extra step, such as logging into theHeart, before you are able to utilize them.
This site contains a variety of tutorials which can help you build skills and gain training in specific computer programs, career development topics, and other areas. Lynda.com is available to current Earlham students.
*To access Lynda.com, you must log in to theHeart, click the Information Services tab, and find the Lynda.com link.
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MyPlan is a career planning tool that includes free assessment tools for Earlham students.
*Contact the Career Education Office to receive the Earlham access code.
OnlineMastersPrograms.org is a database of online master's degree programs and includes information about exam prep, financial aid, and more.
Discover a collection of career-specific web guides developed for the liberal arts student. Links to jobs and internships as well as tips and strategies on job hunting are included.
*If you are off campus, contact the Career Education Office to receive login information.
Gain access to information regarding career and graduate school preparation, including sample tests for the GRE and the GMAT.
*If you are off campus, log in to theHeart, click on the Campus Life tab, and find the Testing & Education Reference Center link under Career Education Office.
What Can I Do With This Major? is a resource for exploring majors and/or possible career paths related to your chosen major.
Access our office's online opportunity posting system. Search for jobs, internships, service, and research opportunities. Upload your resume and cover letter to apply directly through the system.
Explore more than 16 million internship and job listings within the U.S. and around the world. Learn about employment trends in major industries, work permit regulations, cost of living data, and much more!
*To gain full access to the site, log in to theHeart, click on the Campus Life tab, and find the GoinGlobal link under Career Education Office.
Explore job and internship postings in the liberal arts, including writing, editing, and communications; management and business; education; art; performing arts; and international opportunities.
*To gain full access to these job boards, log in to theHeart, click on the Campus Life tab, and find the appropriate links under Career Education Office.
IndianaINTERNet is a resource for finding internship opportunities in Indiana.
Idealist.org can connect you to jobs, internships, and service opportunities with nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and around the world. Also check out Idealist Careers, where you can read articles and advice columns about finding opportunities and working in jobs with social impact.
InternMatch is a searchable database of internships around the U.S. Enter a keyword or a location to get started.
Internships.com offers a database of internships in the U.S. Enter your major, a keyword, or a location to start the search.
Indeed.com is a job search site which compiles job postings from numerous other places.
CollegeRecruiter.com is a job board for college students searching for internships and recent graduates hunting for entry-level jobs and other career opportunities.
Glassdoor is a job search site which also provides reviews of companies and salary information.
Vault.com provides a database of jobs and internships, reviews of companies, and career advice.