WEB RESOURCES by wulinqing


									                                    WEB RESOURCES

   •   Emporia State University - Careers in Biology(www.emporia.edu/biosci/carebiol.htm)
   •   WJU Biology Site (www.wju.edu/academics/bio/default.asp)


   •   Environmental Careers Online (www.ecojobs.com)
   •   Environmental Careers Organization (www.eco.org/)
   •   Environmental Careers Resource Guide (www.epa.gov/region09/careers)
   •   Environmental Jobs and Careers (www.ejobs.org/)
       E-Jobs links you to environmental opportunities in the USA and Canada with a wide range of
       positions available.


   •   Accounting Jobs (http://jobs.jobsinthemoney.com/Accounting.htm)
       Look for jobs in accounting.
   •   Business.com (www.business.com)
       This site has a little bit of everything. You can find company info for a variety of business-related
       career fields.
   •   Careers in Accounting (www.careers-in-accounting.com)
   •   Careers in Business (www.careers-in-business.com)
       Find info from investment banking to non-profit careers. Lots of info on various business related
       jobs in accounting, consulting, and finance.
   •   GMAT - Free practice tests online! (www.testprepreview.com/gmat_practice.htm)
   •   International Business links - click here
   •   Jobs in Marketing (www.marketingjobs.com)
   •   MBA Jobs ( www.mbajobs.com)
   •   Tiger Jobs (www.tigerjobs.com )
       A great resource for sales, marketing and advertising careers.


   •   Portland State University Career Services - Internet Resources for Chemistry Majors
       Scroll down to look at various resources for chemistry majors.
   •   Science Careers.org (http://recruit.sciencemag.org/)
       Look for science/chemistry jobs.
   •   University of Delaware Major Resource Kit: Chemistry (www.udel.edu/CSC/chem.html)
       Check out the various links on this page.
   •   WJU Chemistry Home Page (www.wju.edu/academics/che/default.asp)


   •   Dice.com (www.dice.com)
       Great resource for IT careers. Check out their career development resources.
   •   IT Careers (www.itcareers.com/home/index.html)
       The IT Careers Network uses the power of The Wall Street Journal's CareerJournal jobs database to
       bring you the largest concentration of IT jobs available. Get e-mail notifications when new jobs
       match your search criteria. Post an on-line resume and check out their development resources.
   •   ITtoolbox (www.ittoolbox.com/)
       "ITtoolbox" is the leading collaborative network for the IT market where millions of professionals
       seek and provide actionable IT content. Consisting of C-Level executives to expert IT professionals,
       this interactive community powers a network that supports decisions throughout the IT lifecycle,
       from vendor selection to post implementation support."
   •   NationJob - Jobs in Computers (www.nationjob.com/computers)
       Find jobs in computers and IT.
   •   WJU Academic Major: Computer Science (www.wju.edu/academics/csc/default.asp)


   •   Law-Enforcement.org (http://www.law-enforcement.org/)
       Link to various local law enforcement agencies.
   •   Law Info (http://jobs.lawinfo.com/)
       A great resource for those interested in law careers or who want to find legal employment.
   •   Law School Admission Council (www.lsac.org)
       This site has useful information about the LSAT and many useful tips to help you prepare for law
   •   Law School Links (http://dir.yahoo.com/government/law/law_schools/)
       If you're interested in heading to law school check out this resource.
   •   Nova Southeastern U Law Enforcement Sites
       Look up various law enforcement agencies in Florida, Las Vegas, and Nationwide.
   •   Officer.com (http://www.officer.com/links/Agency_Search/)
       Huge site for local, state, and national law enforcement agencies.... and search for international
       ones too!
   •   University of Penn - Sources for Pre-Law Students
   •   WJU Academic Majors: Social Science (www.wju.edu/academics/ssc/default.asp)


   •   K-12 Jobs (www.k12jobs.com)
       A national database of education jobs.
   •   Professions in Special Education (www.specialedcareers.org/)
       Is special education a career for you? Check out the resources at this site.
   •   Resources for Education Candidates (www.aaee.org/)
       This site, sponsored by the American Association for Employment in Education, has many useful
       links for those interested in K-12 jobs as well as higher education.
   •   School-jobs (www.school-jobs.net/jobs/)
       In addition to jobs, this site also has links to the certification requirements for each state, as well as
       links to each state's DOE.
   •   PrivateSchoolReview (www.privateschoolreview.com)
       Free, detailed information on US private schools combined with useful community data and maps of
       the surrounding areas.
   •   BoardingSchoolReview (www.boardingschoolreview.com)
       Free, detailed information on US boarding schools combined with useful community data and maps
       of the surrounding areas.
   •   PublicSchoolReview (www.publicschoolreview.com)
       Free, detailed information on US public schools combined with useful community data and maps of
       the surrounding areas.
   •   WJU Academic Majors: Teacher Prep (www.wju.edu/academics/tpp/default.asp)
   •   State Departments of Education and Certification Information
       Contact information for state DOE's and steps and requirements for certification in each state.
   •   National Public School & School District Locator (http://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch/)
       A quick and easy way to identify schools, school districts and Federal program information by
       entering the criteria you are looking for (e.g. city, state, grade level, student enrollment) and
       searching respective databases. Contains info on public and private schools/school districts. Info is
       from the Common Core of Data from the U.S. Dept. of Education.
   •   EducationAmerica.Net (www.educationamerica.net/)
       Provides a searchable database of vacancies available nationally and internationally. The user can
       register with the site and receive automatic e-mails of new listings. Additional resources include
       online education articles, education-related bookstore, web forum, and job fair directory. Users can
       also store up to three resumes and five cover letters online.
•   US Teach (www.usteach.com/US/)
    A national web based system for the recruitment and placement of educators. Free online job
    information and services for people seeking careers in education.
•   Teach Delaware (www.teachdelaware.com/)
    Powered by USTeach, Teach Delaware is a must for candidates interested in employment
    opportunities in Delaware public school districts. No cost to job seekers. Candidates seeking jobs in
    Delaware public school districts are strongly encouraged to enter their resumes into this database.
•   Delaware Department of Education (www.doe.state.de.us/)
    Provides links to information about teacher certification and licensing, schools and school districts,
    new teacher mentoring programs and more.
•   Pennsylvania Department of Education (www.pde.state.pa.us//)
    Contains links to the PA Standard Application for employment, school district information,
    certification and licensing, etc.
•   Delaware Valley Private Schools (www.advis.org)
    ADVIS's (Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools) guide to independent private schools
    in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
•   PA-REAP (PA- Regional Educational Applicant & Placement Program) (www.pareap.net/)
    Part of the National School Applications Network, this is a free service to teacher candidates.
    Candidates interested in Pennsylvania public school employment are strongly encouraged to add
    their resumes to this database.
•   PA-Educator.Net (www.pa-educator.net/)
    Supports candidates pursuing employment in the public schools of Pennsylvania. The site offers job
    postings, online application and credentials, a calendar of events, and more. While open to school
    districts across the entire state, at this time it is used primarily by Western PA school districts.
•   NJHire (www.njhire.com/)
    Powered by USTeach, NJHire is a must for candidates interested in employment opportunities in
    New Jersey school systems. No cost to job seekers. Candidates seeking jobs in New Jersey school
    systems are strongly encouraged to enter their resumes into this database.
•   NJ SchoolJobs.com (www.njschooljobs.com/)
    Helpful for teachers, coaches, support personnel, and administrators interested in employment
    opportunities in the state of New Jersey. Exclusively serves NJ schools.
•   LiTeach.com (www.liteach.com/)
    A resume database for those who seek a teaching job in school districts of New York State.
•   On-Line Application System (NY) (www.olasjobs.org/)
    An online resource servicing over 140 school districts in New York State (Lower Hudson Valley;
    Mohawk Valley; Capital Region; Nassau Region-Long Island). Candidates may fill out an application,
    upload a resume and cover letter and apply directly to the school districts in the system. (This
    service is free to candidates.)
•   NY Education Jobs (www.nyeducationjobs.com/)
    Register to receive e-mail notification of new positions posted in your certification field, view
    information on registered school districts, enter your information into a candidate database, etc.
    (fees involved)
•   NY Ed Jobs (www.nyedjobs.org/)
    The online career center for education professionals in New York State. Browse job postings,
    register to be part of a candidate database and more.
•   Connecticut Education Association (www.cea.org/TeacherVacancies/vacancies.cfm)
    The Connecticut Education Association hosts this monthly listing of vacancies in Connecticut Public
    Schools as a service to the Education Community.
•   Teachers-Teachers.com (www.teachers-teachers.com/)
    A free service for teacher candidates which allows individuals to electronically post their resumes
    and receive e-mail when vacancies match their registered interests. Job seekers log onto their own
    personal homepage to view open positions. ABC Teaching Jobs.com
    A classified network of teacher job and resume postings, plus additional helpful resources. Free for
    all job seeking K-12 teachers and administrators.
•   MonsterTrak.com (www.monstertrak.monster.com/)
    This career site allows the user to post a resume online and search a job bank for education
    positions. MonsterTrak also lists job search tips, employer showcases, online career fairs, and career
    and alumni networks.
•   Teachers Support Network (www.teacherssupportnetwork.com/Home.do)
    A free site dedicated to helping teachers through every step of the hiring process. Allows teacher
    candidates to build a portfolio (including credentials, work history, and special interests), search for
    jobs, or let school districts contact you.
•   Great Teacher (www.greatteacher.net/)
    Allows users to search a job bank for openings according to state or key word. The site also supplies
    links to educational organizations and material resources, a chat room where teachers can schedule
    chats on specific topics, and a message board where educators can post questions.
•   Teachers at Work (www.teachersatwork.com/)
    This site allows users to explore positions according to state, post resumes online, learn about job
    fairs, resumes, cover letters, portfolios, certification requirements, and school districts.
•   National Teacher Recruitment Clearinghouse
    Allows individuals to search for teaching vacancies through several online job banks. Users can also
    utilize the site for information on how to become a teacher, teacher salaries, links to state DOE's,
    and tips on how to make your job search successful.
•   Teachers Online (www.teachersonline.com/)
    This site allows individuals to search positions by keywords, state, and certification areas.
•   Council for Exceptional Children (www.cec.sped.org/)
    Click on "CEC Career Connections" for job search information (the only online job bank devoted
    exclusively to special education professionals).
•   Educational Placement Service (EPS) (www.educatorjobs.com/)
    The biggest teacher placement service in the U.S. serving public, private, and parochial schools as
    well as colleges. No fee to register for candidates (teachers, specialists, administrators).
•   National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) (www.nais.org)
    Contains information about private schools, careers in independent school teaching, and related
•   Carney, Sandoe & Associates (www.carneysandoe.com/)
    Provides teacher and administrator placement for U.S. and international independent schools (no
    fee to candidates).
•   Southern Teachers Agency (www.southernteachers.com/)
    The oldest independent teacher placement service in America, SCA helps connect teachers to
    positions in public and private schools in the Southeast (no fee to candidates).
•   Yahoo K-12 (http://dir.yahoo.com/Education/K_12/By_Region/U_S__States/)
    Search schools/school systems by geographic location.
•   Teach for America (www.teachforamerica.org/flash_movie.html)
    The national teacher corps; you commit to teaching for two years in urban or rural schools (an
    AmeriCorps program).
•   Office of Overseas Schools (www.state.gov/m/a/os/)
    A link to the U.S. State Department's page which helps identify world-wide American sponsored
    elementary and secondary schools.
•   Footprints Recruiting, Inc. (www.footprintsrecruiting.com)
    An ESL teacher placement agency that recruits teachers and university graduates to teach English
•   Sinoculture (www.sinoculture.com/)
    An organization which provides ongoing opportunities to teach English in schools and universities
    throughout China.
•   English International (www.english-international.com/)
    Information and advice on teaching English overseas.
•   Education World (www.education-world.com/)
    The Educator’s Best Friend
•   The Chronicle of Higher Education (http://chronicle.com/)
    Click on "Jobs" to view position vacancy information.
•   Academic Careers Online (www.academiccareers.com/)
    An academic job site for teaching, post doc, endowed chairs, administrative and senior management
    opportunities at (community) colleges, universities and research institutes.
•   National Education Association (www.nea.org>)
    A site offering information on issues and legislation facing the profession.
•   Government Education Department (www.ed.gov)
•   West Virginia Department of Education (http://wvde.state.wv.us/)
    State site offering information on jobs and licensure in the state of West Virginia.
•   Ohio Department of Education (www.ode.state.oh.us/)
    Includes database by school of proficiency test results, expenditures, teachers, students, school
    report card, related links, department news.
   •   Pennsylvania Department of Education (www.pde.state.pa.us/)
       Includes information on the department, teaching in the state, education reform initiatives, libraries,
       teacher certification, and school profiles.
   •   Education Directory (www.educationdegree.com)
   •   Brigham Young University (http://educationplacement.byu.edu/endpages/jobsearchlinks.php)


   •   Student Jobs.gov (www.studentjobs.gov/agencies.asp)
       Here's a one-stop shop for information on government agencies with student employment
       opportunities. Studentjobs.gov has collected exclusive profile articles, as well as links to agency
       home pages and student employment information pages.
   •   Careers in Government (www.careersingovernment.com)
   •   Federal Government Jobs (http://federalgovernmentjobs.us)
       Locate the vast majority of US Federal announcements and vacancies that are not indexed by most
       career search engines
   •   Government Jobs Zone (www.careerjobs.net)
       Government Jobs Zone offers resources and information about getting high-paying government
       jobs, federal jobs, and postal jobs.
   •   Govtjobs.com (www.govtjobs.com)
       The nation's leading web site devoted to helping individuals find the jobs they are seeking in the
       public sector.
   •   Occupational Outlook Handbook 2004-2005 (http://stats.bls.gov/oco/ocos072.htm#related)
   •   USAJobs.gov (www.usajobs.gov)
       USAJobs contains more than 20,000 federal government job openings. To find even more, you can
       search the 150-plus federal agency sites individually. A gateway to those sites is
   •   Federal Job Search (www.federaljobsearch.com/default.asp?rid=19756&did=13797)
   •   The U.S Government's Official Web Portal (www.firstgov.gov/)
   •   The Washington D.C Job Source (http://dcjobsource.com/fed.html)
   •   State Government Job Resources (http://usgovinfo.about.com/blstjobs.htm)
   •   Government- Federal, State, Maryland State and Local Career Web Links
   •   State Government Jobs (
   •   Job-hunt.org (www.job-hunt.org/jobs-in-government/government-jobs.shtml)
   •   Pennsylvania State Civil Service Commission
   •   Civil Service Job Information- Minnesota Workforce Center System
   •   U.S. Department of State (http://www.state.gov/)
   •   Department of Civil Service- New York State (http://www.cs.state.ny.us/)
   •   Department of Civil Service- Michigan (www.michigan.gov/mdcs)
   •   Civil Service Exams- Government Jobs/ Federal Jobs/ Post Office Jobs


   •   American Society of Radiologic Technologies (www.asrt.org/asrt.htm)
   •   Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (www.nmtcb.org)
   •   Society of Nuclear Medicine (www.snm.org)
       Look for related information... and even look for the Pittsburgh Chapter site!
   •   Rad Careers (www.radcareers.com)
       A very comprehensive radiology career related site
   •   American Medical Jobs (www.americanmedicaljobs.com/healthcare_manager_jobs.asp)
   •   HIPjobs.net (www.hipjobs.net/)
   •   Absolutely Health Care Jobs (www.healthjobsusa.com/)
   •   Healthcare Jobs (http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/healthcarejobs)
   •   Hospital Jobs Online (www.hospitaljobsonline.com/)
   •   Medical Workers (www.medicalworkers.com/)
(for Nursing)

   •   Graduate Nurse (www.graduatenurse.com)
       Fresh start employment search site for Executive Nurses, Academia, APN, Corporate, Nurses in
       Transition, Alternative Employment, BSN preferred jobs, Non-traditional, RN, LPN, LVN, graduate
       nurse jobs, etc.
   •   Maxim Healthcare Services (www.maxhealth.com)
       Click on Employment Services to be given many different job categories within their business.
   •   Minority Nursing (www.minoritynurse.com)
   •   NursingJobsHelp.com (www.nursingjobshelp.com)
       This link is available to help people get information on how to find a nursing job in today's high-
       demand environment. This site is easy to understand and noncommercial.
   •   Nursing Net (www.nursingnet.org)
       NursingNet's mission is to help further the knowledge and understanding of Nursing for the public
       and to provide a forum for medical professionals and students to obtain and disseminate
       information about Nursing and medically related subjects.
   •   Nursing World (www.nursingworld.org)
   •   Test Prep Review (www.testprepreview.com)
       This site has NCLEX practice tests for no charge
   •   RNVip.com - Travel Nursing Agency (www.rnvip.com)

(for Physical Therapy)

   •   American Physical Therapy Association (www.apta.org/AM/)
       The American Physical Therapy Association provides information on careers, how to develop one
       and how to advance in your career. Join or go straight to the Job Bank.
   •   Physical Therapist Online (www.physicaltherapist.com)
       A very comprehensive site with a lot of information for PT students and about jobs. Well worth the
   •   PT Central (www.ptcentral.com)

(for Respiratory Therapy)

   •   American Association for Respiratory Care (www.aarc.org)
   •   National Board for Respiratory Care (www.nbrc.org)
   •   Ohio Society for Respiratory Care (www.osrc.org)
   •   Pennsylvania Society for Respiratory Care (www.psrc.net)

(for Pre-Medical major students)

   •   Cornell University - Preparation for Medical School
   •   Interview Feedback - additional medical interview questions for medical school
   •   Medical Student Resources (http://www.medicalstudent.com/)
   •   Search for Healthcare Schools (www.guidetohealthcareschools.com)

(for Pre-Dental major students)

   •   American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation (www.ada.org)
   •   American Dental Education Association (www.adea.org)
   •   Colgate University Libraries - Pre-Dental Resources (http://exlibris.colgate.edu)
       Wonderful resource that includes general information about dental careers and dental school, DAT
       resources, financial aid, and links to Dental Associations.
   •   Occupational Outlook Handbook 2005-2006 (http://stats.bls.gov/oco/ocos072.htm#related)

(for Pre-Veterinary major students)

   •   Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (www.aavmc.org/)
       The AAVMC is dedicated to improving animal and human life by addressing the interests of animals
       as well as those of pet owners, livestock and poultry producers, and consumers of food and fiber
       derived from animals. This site contains information on institutional members, resources on
       preparing for a career in veterinary medicine, and numerous links to veterinary related sites.
   •   GRE Online (www.gre.org/)
       Contains information on the Graduate Record Examinations. The site includes online publications,
       reference materials, and sample test questions.
   •   NetVet (http://netvet.wustl.edu/)
       This site contains numerous resources related to veterinary medicine. Among the server's web
       pages are numerous views of veterinary medical and animal resources on the web.
   •   Veterinary Medical College Application Service (www.aavmc.org/vmcas/vmcas.htm)
       Contains information on VMCAS. Twenty-four of twenty-seven U.S. Schools use the service (only
       one application needed for one or more VMCAS colleges; Cost: $125 for one college, $30 for each
       additional school, Maximum of $820)
   •   Veterinary Schools in the U.S. (www.aavmc.org/students_admissions/vet_schools.htm)
       This page, developed and maintained by Jennifer Moquin, contains links to veterinary schools in the
       United States.
   •   The WWW - Virtual Library Veterinary Medicine Page (http://netvet.wustl.edu/vetmed.htm)
       Contains information on veterinary medical degree programs, publications, and World Wide Web
   •   North Carolina College of Veterinary Medicine (www.cvm.ncsu.edu/)

Health & Medical Jobs

   •   http://www.health-medical-jobs.com/


   •   Bethel University - Career Paths for History Majors (http://cas.bethel.edu/dept/history/career-
   •   MonsterTRAK (http://www.monstertrak.com)
   •   Museumstuff.com (http://www.museumstuff.com/cgi-bin/search_links.cgi?
   •   Organization of American Historians (www.oah.org/announce/jobs.html)
   •   Museum jobs (http://jobsearch.about.com/cs/museumjobs/index.htm?terms=museums)
   •   Government jobs (http://govtjobs.com/)
   •   Jobs in archeology (http://archaeologic.com/jobs_in_archaeology.htm)
   •   Museum job resources online (http://www.algonquincollege.com/museum/jobres/index.html)
   •   Careers in History (www.historians.org/pubs/free/careers/index.htm)
   •   Museum Employment Resource Center (www.museum-employment.com/)


   •   Centre College - Links for Mathematics Careers (http://web.centre.edu/mat/career.html)
       Very informative links including entry level job ideas for math majors
   •   Furman University - Mathematics Links (http://math.furman.edu/resources/mathlinks.html)
       Has many links, including those for Associations, General Resources, and Research Programs
   •   University of Delaware - Major Resources Kit: Mathematics


   •   Careers in Psychology (www.psywww.com/careers/index.htm)
   •   Rider University Graduate School and Careers in Psychology
       Great tips for both graduate school and psychology careers
   •   Social Psychology Network - Online Psychology Career Center
       Excellent resource... The Online Psychology Career Center is designed to be a one-stop resource for
       psychology students and professionals.

   •   CoolWorks.com (www.coolworks.com/showme/)
       Live and work where others only visit; this site has 75,000 jobs in great places all around the
       country and world.
   •   ESPN Career Center (www.joinourteam.espn.com/joinourteam/home.html)
   •   NCAA Online (www.ncaa.org/)
   •   OnlineSports.com (www.onlinesports.com/pages/careercenter.html) The Online Sports Career
       Center is a resource of sports-related career opportunities and a resume bank for potential
       employers within many segments of the Sports and Recreation Industries.
   •   Sportsline (www.sportsline.com/u/about/jobs.htm)


   •   AJCU: Job Bank (www.ajcunet.edu/jobbank/homepage.htm)
       The Jesuit College Job Bank is a new service provided by the Association of Jesuit Colleges and
       Universities (AJCU). It provides up-to-date information about jobs currently available at all 28 Jesuit
       Colleges and Universities in the US. If you are interested in a job at a Jesuit Institution, you have
       come to the right place!
   •   Christian Jobs Online (www.christianjobs.com/)
   •   National Catholic Educational Association (www.ncea.org/)


   •   Job Stars Guides for Specific Careers - Choosing a Major
       Excellent resource for a variety of majors.
   •   National Academic Advising Association: Advising Undecided Students
   •   Riley Guide (www.rileyguide.com/prepare.html)
       The best portal for those trying to choose a career.
   •   University of Delaware - Choosing a Major (www.udel.edu/CSC/mrk.html)
   •   What can I do with this Major?(University of Tennessee)
   •   What can I do with a Major in? (University of North Carolina Wilmington)


(for Students interested in working abroad)

   •   BUNAC Worldwide (www.bunac.org/)
       BUNAC offers young people an affordable and enriching way to work and live in various countries
   •   Eurojobs.com (www.eurojobs.com)
   •   4 International Careers & Jobs (www.4icj.com)
       This site has so much information about what you can do with a variety of majors
   •   Overseas Jobs (www.overseasjobs.com/)

(for International Students studying in the USA)

   •   Foreign MBA (www.foreignmba.com)
   •   Indiana University - International Links (www.indiana.edu/%7Eintlserv/)
       This web site from the Office of International Services provides many helpful links


   •   One Small Planet (http://www.onesmallplanet.com/)
   •   Overseas Employment Information (http://www.escapeartist.com/jobs/overseas1.htm)
   •   Overseas Jobs (http://www.overseasjobs.com/)
   •   Bilingual Jobs (http://www.bilingual-jobs.com/)
   •   Riley Guide International Resources (http://www.rileyguide.com/internat.html)
   •   Monster Work Abroad (http://workabroad.monster.com/)


   •   ESL/EFL Career Guide (http://www.esl.about.com/blcareer.htm)
   •   Transitions Abroad (www.transitionsabroad.com/listings/work/esl/bestwebsites.shtml)
   •   English International (www.english-international.com/)
   •   American Institute for Foreign Study (www.aifs.com/)
   •   Fulbright Scholars Program (www.cies.org/)
   •   The International Educator (www.tieonline.com/)
   •   International School Services (www.iss.edu/)
   •   Association of International Educators (www.nafsa.org/)
   •   Council on International Educational Exchange (www.ciee.org/index.htm)


   •   International News Links (http://www.inkpot.com/news/majint.html)
   •   International Center for Journalists (http://www.icfj.org/)
   •   American Translators Association (http://www.atanet.org/)


   •   Public Citizen (http://www.citizen.org/trade/)
   •   Cultural Survival (http://www.cs.org/)
   •   Humanitarian Info.org (http://www.humanitarianinfo.org/)
   •   Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (http://ocha.unog.ch/)
   •   UNICEF (http://www.unicef.org/)
   •   Amnesty International (http://www.amnesty-usa.org/)
   •   Voluntary Service Overseas (http://www.vso.org.uk/volunteering/)
   •   Volunteers Abroad (http://www.volunteers-abroad.com/)
   •   World Wide Volunteering (http://www.worldwidevolunteering.org.uk/)
   •   Save the Children (http://www.savethechildren.org)
   •   International Committee of the Red Cross (http://www.icrc.org/)
   •   Idealist (http://www.idealist.org/)

(International Trade/Economics)

   •   Foreign Policy Association Students Corner (http://www.fpa.org/info-url_nocat2405/info-
   •   United Nations (http://www.un.org/)
   •   Center for International Private Enterprise (http://www.cipe.org/)
   •   Center for Strategic and International Studies (http://www.csis.org/)
   •   Foreign Relations (http://www.foreignrelations.org/)
   •   Export.Gov (http://www.ita.doc.gov/tradestats)
   •   World Trade Organization (http://www.wto.org/)
   •   Export-Import Bank of the United States (http://www.exim.gov/)
   •   World Bank (http://www.worldbank.org/)
   •   World Economic Forum (http://www.weforum.org/)
   •   United States International Trade Commission (http://www.usitc.gov/)
   •   International Chamber of Commerce (http://www.iccwbo.org/)
   •   Euro Pages (http://www.europages.com/)


   •   USA Jobs (http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/)
   •   Central Intelligence Agency (http://www.cia.gov/)
   •   Defense Intelligence Agency (http://www.dia.mil/)
   •   US Department of State (http://www.state.gov/)
   •   National Security Agency (http://www.nsa.gov/)
   •   Peace Corps (http://www.peacecorps.gov/)


   •   Action without Borders (www.idealist.org)
       There are over 23,000 nonprofit and community organizations in 153 countries at this site.
   •   Guidestar (www.guidestar.org/)
       This site has a database of more than 700,000 US nonprofit organizations
   •   Non-Profit Career Network (www.nonprofitcareer.com/)
       This site's mission is to be a complete, one-stop resource center for Non-profit organizations,
       individuals seeking job opportunities in a non-profit organization and people who want to volunteer.
   •   The NonProfit Times (www.nptimes.com/)

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