Virtual Career Center
SRJC Job Board
Listings of on and off campus employment opportunities for sudents.
Also lists jobs for non students in the community.
SRJC Center for Culinary, Wine and Hospitality Careers Alumni
This site is designed specifically for job seekers of SRJC's culinary arts, wine
studies and hospitality programs. Students, alumni and grads of these programs can
create a profile of their education and work experience that is accessible to employers
who check the site regularly. Local restaurants, hotels and wineries post jobs 24/7.
After reviewing various Web sites devoted to career development, the Career Center staff
has selected the following sites as recommendations.
This Web site links to other Web sites that are not under the control of the SRJC Career Center, and we are not responsible for the contents of any linked site. The SRJC Career Center provides these links only as a convenience. SRJC and the Career Center assume no liability for acts or omissions by third parties or for material supplied by them.
Comprehensive Career Web Sites
Find entry-level jobs near you
Job Hunter’s Bible (What Color Is Your Parachute?)
A Web site designed as a supplement to the “What Color Is Your Parachute?” book
by Dick Bolles. There is a menu of activities with links to valuable resources.
This is a Web site maintained by UC Berkeley that has a database of over 700 links for occupational and educational programs.
The Wall Street Journal
This eclectic site offers good career advice and helpful
tools for job-seekers. It publishes new and timely feature articles daily, and it
neatly repackages career columns from the print edition. A favorite feature reports
salary rates based on industry and region.
Career Web was one of the first job recruitment sites on the internet. Job search
and placement for both the job seeker as well as the employer can be customized and
tracked. Resume posting and job search activities are offered, but registration is
required to access various functions of the site, such as, resume posting.
CSU Long Beach-Career Development Center
In addition to its on-site services, this Career Development Center Web site offers
information related to resume writing, job search, networking, career planning interviewing
and much more. It also contains links to job banks and information related to college
majors as well.
Wetfeet is a great way to conduct background research on various companies. Free membership allows you to receive their career bulletin, download information and join chat boards. Registration is required to access the majority of resources.
This well-known Web site provides links for focused job searches for the college student to the executive. Features include: current top employers, relocation issues, and career building.
Mapping Your Future
This site covers very general information about creating a career plan, evaluating
your values, skills and interests, and selecting a major and the type of school that
meets your needs. Try clicking on "Planning your career" and follow the
links. This site allows you to search for information based on school level ranging
from middle school through graduate school and there is also material available for
parents. This site can be read in Spanish also.
Free self-assessments, career exploration, interview skills, a job search guide,
and advice on a variety of subjects including how to budget money in college.
A Web site developed by Coast Community College with funding from the California Community College Chancellor’s Office. Information is provided on a variety of topics with links to additional valuable resources. This “career decision-making site” helps students “discover” what they enjoy in a major or career, “assess” values, interests and skills, “explore” occupational information, “decide” on occupations, and “take action” to find majors.
Who Do U Want 2 B?
Information on California high school and community college courses, career options.
Road Trip Nation
Four friends ask the question, "What do I want to do with my life?" They take to
the road and conduct informational interviews with people in various careers all
around the U.S.
Some of the following Web sites may have a small fee. Those with fees are marked
with a dollar sign ($).
Career Key $
This site offers you a brief test to determine personality type, specifically using
the Holland method. Personality types are divided by category, i.e., artistic,
enterprising, conventional, investigative, realistic and social. These indicators
help you make better career choices based on your unique traits and temperaments.
Type Focus $
Take a test online that will produce your full Myers/Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) code. With this, you can then go to Type Focus and receive a detailed description of your personality type.
This site offers the user another approach to self-assessment by providing information about the Myers/Briggs Type Indicator codes (MBTI). The MBTI test needs to be completed in order to make use of this comprehensive databank of information. One great feature of this site is that they include the MBTI codes of famous people, celebrities and fictitious characters.
Career Resource Library
Free career assessments and educational tests
This site is both fun and useful. By answering a few questions, and listing items in order of appeal, the user is matched with jobs held during medieval times. The matches then identify what you might like to do in today's marketplace.
SF Bay Career Map
This site provides free online career decision-making tools to help students identify suitable occupational programs offered by Community Colleges throughout the San Francisco Bay.
Myers Briggs - The Personality Page $
This site measures personality preference, which can be used in career decision-making.
Humanmetrics – Free
Personality testing for all areas of life (career, marriage, relationships, role modeling, etc.) Type in the Jung Typology Test, and it will give you’re your type. This is a test based on the Jung-Myers-Briggs typological approach to personality.
Guide to writing cover levers
Use the resources in this guide to make sure that your cover letter gets noticed. You'll find expert advice, useful tools, and practical guidance to help you write an effective cover letter that will make you stand out from the competition.
The O*NET Web site lists occupations with required skills, knowledge, interests, activities, worker characteristics and occupational experience. The O*Net system, uses a common language and terminology to describe occupational requirements, which supersedes the Dictionary of Occupational Titles.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
This Web site corresponds with the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) published by the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics. The handbook and Web site is a nationally recognized source of information, designed to provide assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. It includes information about occupations, compensation, training requirements, and typical work.
California Occupational Guides
The California Occupational Guides are a series of about 300 information sheets covering individual occupations or groups of related occupations. They provide statewide information about job duties, working conditions, employment outlook, wages, benefits, entrance requirements, and training.
California Wage Data
Federal Job Digest
Biology Jobs Online
The Dixon Report
The Princeton Review - Career Quiz
Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS): Final Report Available
Resume Tutors and Tips
Damn Good Resumes
Online Resume Posting
Sonoma County Help Wanted
A job search Web site as well as a place to post your resume.
Job Star Central
Suggestions and topics devoted to the art of writing a cover letter, including samples of letters.
Advice on just about everything in the business of finding and keeping a great job, from writing a great cover letter to building professional relationships.
Job Hunting Tips
Tips for Conducting an Internet Job Search
Jobstar Career Guides
Job Hunting Pointers
Career Journal - Job Search Tips
Homefair Salary Calculator
County of Sonoma Jobs
Sonoma County Help Wanted
Wine & Hospitality Jobs
This is a Web site that functions like a community bulletin board for the San Francisco / North Bay Area, listing employment opportunities, available housing, and items for sale. Craigslist is a non-commercial Web site dedicated to assisting people in finding everything from jobs to housing.
Bay Area Cities
Press Democrat Job Classifieds
Sonoma County Job Link
North Bay Careers
Bay Area Careers
Bay Area Volunteer Center
Job Hunter’s Bible
The Riley Guide
Top Entry Level Employers
Thomas Registry of American Manufacturing
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