Online Job Postings
- College Central Network - Carroll's online job board includes postings from local and regional employers. Register for free, upload your resume/portfolio, view postings and read job search articles.
- Carroll County Times Job Bank - Allows you to search positions in Carroll County using the Carroll County Times News website.
- Maryland Workforce Exchange - Provides link to jobs throughout Maryland, searchable by skills, occupations and distance from a zip code you designate.
- Maryland Job Network - Offers links for jobs throughout Maryland classified by industry and majors.
- Local Job Board - Provides links to local business so you may search job openings from their websites.
- America's Job Bank - A national clearinghouse for the public Employment Service. Updated daily with new listings
- Riley Guide - A huge resource for resume writing, salaries, cover letters and more.
- Green Careers Guide - An international site that offers information about jobs, career information and trends related to the Green Industry. It includes information on solar energy, wind power and more.
- Career Builder - Provides access to search newspaper help wanted ads from across the country.
- Computer Jobs - Identifies employment opportunities related to technology, computer science and engineering.
- StudentJobs.gov - Provides 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 - The federal government's employment website.
- AmeriCorps - Provides internships and employment opportunities in non-profit agencies.
- Idealist - Offers employment opportunities in environmental, advocacy and non profit agencies.
- Job Choices Magazine - Offers links to national employers as well as resume and interviewing information.
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.