Did you know the Career Center subscribes to a variety of on-line web resources for your job and internship search? Below are some of the subscriptions available to Dickinson students. Also listed are the username/password you will need to access some of these publications.
Waidner-Spahr Library Career Related Resources
Direct link to the library's resource reservation system where students can reserve preparatory books for the GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT and DAT
BCC Research contains market research and industry reports with 5-year forecasts with statistical and analytical information on the markets, applications, industry structure, major players, and other shifts in the industry.
MarketLine Advantage is a major database for business research that includes up-to-date information on businesses, industries, and countries.
Current Internship listings within a wide range of interests. Internships are updated every two weeks.
The Library has started online, collegewide subscriptions to both the New York Times and the Chronicle of Higher Education. Both require you to set up a free individual account before you can access full-text of articles from on or off campus.
Includes Current Jobs in Art, Education, International, Liberal Arts, Management & Business, Writing and Editing & Communications.
Environmental jobs and internships you can apply for right now!
The GoinGlobal database contains more than 10,000 country-specific resources for finding international employment at home and abroad. Find country-specific career guides, job and internship postings, an employer directory of more than 400,000 company profiles, and more!
To access GoinGlobal, log into Gateway and click the tab for Academic Resources. A link to GoinGlobal will be listed in the Career Center channel box.
The #1 source of Capitol Hill Jobs, Legislative jobs, and Public Affairs and PR jobs in the Washington, DC area.
User ID: dickinson
The premier career resource for liberal arts students! To access the system use:
Vault.com, is a major source of career information. Use it to research employers, industries, and career subjects.
For more information on VAULT, click here.
See Career Center for subscription ticket information (3 month ticket for students)