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    Network your way to a job (Resources For ... )
    ...or industry or who works for company you’re interested in May I use your name to contact them How to develop your network Use school sources. If you are a school or training program graduate, contact the school career center, alumni offices, and department or program faculty to help you find contacts. Join a professional, industry or business association. They are one of the best ways to learn about trends and unadvertised jobs. Many members are eager to help job seekers and often know employers with open positions. Association listings can be found online or at your local library, or visit Professional Associations . Review your volunteer and community activities . List contacts you have made through unpaid work and...

    Gain handson experience (Resources For ... )
    ...for more ideas. Job shadowing Ranging from a few hours to a few days, job shadowing allows you to learn about the real, day-to-day work of an occupation by following someone as they work. You can arrange a shadow experience by asking to observe someone you know through your network, or requesting a contact through a professional association or school program. Read accounts of job shadow experiences. Volunteer work To volunteer means to work without being paid. There are opportunities to volunteer in every community, typically at nonprofit organizations and schools. You can gain skills like writing, childcare, teaching, coaching, fundraising, mentoring, sales, phone answering, organizing materials, construction, arts, and much more. Contact an organization you’d...

    Career advisor (Resources For ... )
    ...Provider finder Find in-depth career resources targeted to these special populations Young adults Career changers Veterans Laid-off or dislocated workers Individuals who have a criminal conviction Entry-level workers Older workers Students Persons who have disabilities Businesses seeking information on hiring, training or retention Additional resources Visit Toolkit to research occupations and industries, find training, certifications, professional associations, financial aid and scholarships, and more Find Local Help for government and community resources in every state Review Outreach materials links for slideshow presentations and materials to order Check out the COS blog for features on topics of interest Visit our Web API page to learn how to link to us or customize our web tools for your own...

    Tap a range of job banks (Resources For ... )
    ...services. Large-scale, national services such as Indeed, CareerBuilder, Monster, and others offer a look at employer needs in your area. Enter the term “entry level” to generate a list of jobs with minimal requirements. Visit Job Search . Organization and company websites. Most organizations post job openings on their own websites under the categories Find a Job, Careers, or Employment Opportunities. Use the Business Finder to find an organization in your area, or do a general Internet search by company name or industry. Professional association websites. Many associations link to industry-related job openings. Find professional associations listed by industry or occupation. Talent communities . Learn more details about job banks , or get more ideas on how to job search

    Job search (Resources For ... )
    ...often post job openings online. They may post jobs on their own company website, or on a general job website. The Job Finder provides access to local listings updated daily from several national job banks. Consider registering for multiple online job banks and making your resume available to employers who use those banks to search for candidates. Many professional associations also have job banks just for their field such as Electrical Engineering or Training and Development so look for those as well. The AARP Foundation launched BACK TO WORK 50 to connect job seekers age 50 to in-demand jobs in their communities. They also provide job search resources from resume writing to tips for job applications and interviewing...