How Do I Find Career Information?

Career Tools in Online Databases

Vocational & Career Collection
Full text coverage for nearly 350 technical and trade-related journals, reviews, and newspapers.

Testing & Education Reference Center (TERC)
This database features career guides, a resume builder, career assessment tools, undergraduate and graduate scholarship search, and test preparation materials for a variety of fields, such as accountant/auditor, law enforcement, social work, medical/nursing and others. 

    1. Log in to TERC using your CityU username and password.
    2. To use items in the database, you will be prompted to register within the database itself. Show Me
          

Other Career Websites

O*Net Online
Learn about the skills, knowledge, and abilities associated with more than 900 careers and vocations. Find growth career profiles, learn about jobs that fit with your interests, and explore interactive career tools.

CareerOneStop (America’s Job Bank)
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor and includes links to state job banks. Find tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals.
    

Career Books and E-books at CityU Library

Use the library’s CatalogPlus search box to locate books and e-books on cover letter- and resume-writing; interview skills; and other career-related topics.

  1. Search CatalogPlus for the topic you are interested in. Show Me
  2. Click the “Available in the Library” link to see which books and e-books are available. Show Me

 

Get Help from the CityU Career Center

CityU students and alumni can get resume help, job search tips, career planning, and vocational guidance from the Career Center.

In the student portal, go to Campus > Offices > Career Center Show Me

 



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