"Employers come to our campus to recruit students and alumni for jobs and internships. Some Career Fairs are designed to connect students to employers in specific areas. However, many employers recruit from across all majors and train college graduates for a variety of careers."
Indeed is, perhaps, the largest online job directory with millions of job postings and over 250 million unique monthly visitors. There are several search limiters in the indeed job search engine to help you narrow your search.
In addition to being the largest professional networking site with over 500 million users, LinkedIn also maintains a robust job search engine. In order to search for jobs on LinkedIn, you must create an account.
Glassdoor is mostly known as a place where you can go for anonymous reviews of companies and salaries from former and current employees, but they also keep a very robust job database with advanced search features. Like LinkedIn, you must also create an account to use Glassdoor.
This job search engine is maintained by the state of California. This job engine contains job listings for state and local government, but it also has listings for some non-profit and corporate jobs as well.
Idealist is a job search engine that focuses on jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities in the non-profit sector with an emphasis on social and environmental responsibility. According to their site, "Idealist connects millions of idealists – people who want to do good – with opportunities for action and collaboration all over the world."
Find Job and Industry Specific Job Boards Using Vault
The "Vault Guides" have specialized job boards in several of the career specific entries in their industry specific job guides. These can be an invaluable place to look for more targeted postings. Vault also has its on job database which can be found on the right hand side of the top search bar.
Step 1: Go to the appropriate Industry guide and find the job that most closely fits your career path within the content entries.
Step 2: When you find the position of interest, flip the pages until you find the "Tips for Entry" paragraph.