Job Search Sites
The Office of Career and Professional Development is committed to assisting Marymount Manhattan students and alumni in the job search process. Below are some popular job search sites, organized by industry, that may help you prepare your resume, look for positions, and compare salaries.
A. MMC Partner Organizations and Websites
Career Connection is the online job board managed by the Office of Career and Professional Development. Check here for job and internship opportunities from alumni and employer partners, as well as aggregated jobs from other employers.
GoinGlobal allows you to search for jobs in the U.S. and abroad. You have access to expert career advice for finding a job in 120+ domestic and international locations, a global job and internship search database, an employer directory with over 450,000 profiles, and information about which employers have recently hired employees on an H1-B Visa.
Policorner.org is a free political internship and jobs platform connecting Marymount Manhattan College students with 2,000+ legal, political and public service internships and career opportunities. Policorner.org allows Marymount Manhattan College students to create free user accounts, access 2,000+ job listings, filter listings by political affiliation and other relevant metrics, directly message employers, and receive invitations to apply to employer jobs. To create your free Policorner account and to learn more, visit Policorner.org
B. Advertising & Public Relations
Agency List: List of internet marketing, graphic design, SEO, advertising, digital marketing, public relations, and branding agencies in New York. Also listed are useful education, career, and professional resources.
American Marketing Association: Quality marketing, sales, and advertising jobs along with career advice and industry content.
PRSA Job Center: “The PRSA Jobcenter connects hiring employers with qualified Public Relations and Communication candidates through cost effective products, that promote open positions and company brands to active and passive jobseekers.”
C. Arts, Theater, & Entertainment
Entertainmentcareers.net: Jobs, internships, and career information in the entertainment industry.
Mandy.com: Great resources and job listings related to film production.
New York Foundation for the Arts: Site headlines include jobs in the arts, event listings, and opportunities and services for artists.
Smithsonian Institution Office of Human Resources: Listing of Smithsonian Institution vacancy announcements.
New York Women in Film and Television: A nonprofit membership organization, NYWIFT is dedicated to helping women reach the highest level of achievement in television, film, and other moving-image media, and promoting equity for women in these industries. It is a part of a network of 40 international Women in Film chapters, representing more than 10,000 members worldwide.
Coroflot: Jobs for designers including a small listing for fashion design. National and international jobs.
Playbill: Job board for careers in theater and entertainment.
ArtSearch: Job postings in arts, culture, education, theatre, museum, gallery, etc.
Backstage: Casting calls. Site requires paid membership.
Educational Theatre Association: Theatre education job postings.
For companies you have an interest in, we recommend going directly to the company website and apply directly through them.
Below are some of the biggest general job search sites for careers in business:
HigherEdJobs - Universities and colleges have a great need for administrative office workers.
E. Communications & Media
Ed2010.com: A group for young magazine editors seeking dream jobs.
Poets & Writers: information, support, and guidance for creative writers
JournalismJobs: Opportunities in journalism
The Write Jobs: Job listings for editors, writers, freelancers, technical writers, journalists, medical writers and more
Maslow Media Group: Staffing agency for media jobs
HooJobs: PR, Social Media & Communication jobs
F. Community, Public Service, & Non-Profit
Nonprofit Job Boards List - List of 24 nonprofit job boards
Idealist.org: Over 46,000 nonprofit and community organizations in 165 countries, which you can search or browse by name, location or mission.
Americorps: Volunteer positions (some with stipends).
The Foundation Center: A philanthropy site with many links to grants and funding sources.
NY Cares: Take advantage of more than 300 hands-on service opportunities each month- a single, one-hour orientation is required.
Peace Corps: “The toughest job you’ll ever love.”
Social Security Administration Work Site: Provides a focus within the Social Security Administration on matters affecting the employment of Social Security beneficiaries with disabilities.
US Department of Labor: The mission of the Presidential Task Force on Employment of Adults with Disabilities is to create a coordinated and aggressive national policy to bring adults with disabilities into gainful employment at a rate that is as close as possible to that of the general adult population.
USA Gov: Find a federal government job
G. Diversity Resources
OUT for Work:A resource for the LGBT community and allies in finding LGBT-friendly workplaces through their Nationwide Job Board.
Hace-USA: The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement.
Latpro: the largest Hispanic & bilingual jobs and diversity career board in the Americas.
Lambda Legal: Lambda Legal pursues high-impact litigation, public education, and advocacy for equality and civil rights for the LGBT community, as well as those living with HIV.
H. Education and Teaching
HigherEdJobs- Universities and colleges have a great need for administrative office workers.
CDS International: A non-profit organization that specializes in education and training in diverse fields and in many countries and offers summer internship programs.
I. General Job Search
Chegg.com: Large Internship database. Over 70,000 internships are listed here.
Career Builder: One of the most frequently used sites, other features include company information.
Indeed.com: worldwide employment-related search engine
Ziprecruiter: free career resource dedicated to helping jobseekers find meaningful employment
FairyGodBoss: We help you get the inside scoop on pay, corporate culture, benefits and work flexibility. We offer company ratings, job listings, discussion boards and career advice.
QuadJobs: Looking for some part time work, but not able to commit to a regular schedule? QuadJobs is where you find to go to find a list of short term job opportunities created for college students looking to make that extra cash when possible. Create a free account and start searching for opps that are right up your alley.
Zety: Zety is a career site fueled by some of the best career experts and a community of 40 million readers a year.
J. Government and Politics
Central Intelligence Agency: Database of jobs available at the CIA. Listings can be navigated through various career paths.
USAJobs.gov: USAJobs is the federal government’s main website for job postings. Job-seekers can search through all currently available positions by salary, location, key words and job type.
The New York County District Attorney’s Office: The D.A.’s office has the responsibility and authority to investigate and prosecute crimes in the borough of Manhattan.
K. International Opportunities
World Health Organization (WHO): international health resources.
My Visa Jobs: Quickly allows you to learn which employers have utilized H-1B visas for a three-year period and also provides other excellent resources.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services – Working in the United States
L. Sciences, Healthcare, and Public Health
AAAS: Search the American Association of the Advancement for Science internships and fellowships, including Entry Point! Internships for students with Disabilities in Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science and others.
National Science Foundation: Lists program and grant information.
Association of Women in Science (AWIS): Check out the career development section. There you will find information on AWIS internship and scholarship programs, and links to other opportunities.
American Chemical Society: Advanced Career Tools from the ACS Department of Career Services.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): REU program supports active research participation by undergraduates students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation. REU projects involve students in meaningful ways in ongoing research programs.