Online Job Postings

Job Sites

Diversity Employment Sites

Salary Sites

Notice

 

Job Sites
  • Career-Services-Online-Graphic- Carroll's new online job board, for students and alumni, includes postings from local and regional employers. Register for free, upload your resume/portfolio, view postings and apply for jobs. Employers may register through the Employer Services page.
  • Maryland Workforce Exchange - Job links throughout Maryland. Search by skills, occupations and distance from a zip code you designate.
  • Maryland Job Network - Links for jobs throughout Maryland classified by industry and majors.
  • Career Coach- Information on regional positions.
  • America's Job Bank - National clearinghouse for the public Employment Service. The site is updated daily with new listings.
  • Career Builder - Searchable database of newspaper help wanted ads from across the country. 
  • StudentJobs.gov - Information on federal co-ops, internships, summer employment, the Outstanding Scholars Program, volunteer opportunities, and plenty of temporary and permanent part-time and full-time jobs.
  • USA Jobs - Federal government's employment website.
  • AmeriCorps - Internships and employment opportunities in nonprofit agencies.
  • Idealist - Employment opportunities in environmental, advocacy and nonprofit agencies.

 

Diversity Employment Sites

 

Salary Sites
  • Salary Calculator - Provided by National Association of Colleges and Employers.
  • Salary.com - Projected salaries by job title and location.

 

Notice

Carroll does not endorse or guarantee positions posted. The college is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of off-campus employment. It is your responsibility to research the integrity of the organizations to which you are applying. The following are recommended:

  • Do not attend an interview in a private residence.
  • Beware of ads that offer large salaries for almost no work.
  • Avoid companies offering jobs without having met you.
  • Beware of a company that wants money for training, application fees, etc.
  • Do not release bank or financial information.
  • Companies should not send payment in advance of work.
  • If it sounds too good to be true, do more investigation.

 

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