Career Services Resources
Job Search Tips
There are many things you can do to prepare for the job you want including: researching companies, networking, having an excellent cover letter and resume, improving your interview skills and following up after an interview. Visit the websites below, and read up on some of these very important topics.
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- Career Builder
- NACE Salary Calculator
- NYS Department of Labor: Job Zone
- Resumes for America
- Cover Letters
- Cover Letter Template
- Dressing Professionally for an Interview
- Interview Skills
- Informational Interviews
- Resume Template
- Salary Negotiation
Below are several websites that will provide you with local and regional job listings. Students and Alumni can also create an account with Purple Briefcase to view jobs and hiring events that specifically relate to their program of study at SUNY Erie.
- Careers in Insurance
- City of Buffalo Jobs
- Erie County Jobs
- Federal Jobs
- Jobs in New York State
- NYS Civil Service Jobs
- NYS Job Bank
- Purple Briefcase
- WNY Construction Careers
- WNY Jobs
- Feds Hire Vets
- The United States Department of Labor: VETS CareerOneStop
- Transition from Military to Civilian Workforce
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
State and Local Resources
- The New York State Division of Veterans' Affairs
- New York State Department of Labor: Veterans
- New York State Department of Labor: 'Experience Counts
- Veterans Service Agency: Employment Opportunities for Veterans
Employment Opportunities for Veterans
Teach for America is committed to having a teacher corps that is rich in diversity-ethnic, socioeconomic, gender and diversity of experiences—to ensure the greatest impact on the students our corps members teach. Students and whole schools greatly benefit from a veteran's depth of experience, strength in leadership and desire to continue to serve his or her country.
Your prior military service could qualify you to continue to serve your nation at the Central Intelligence Agency. Opportunities for qualified applicants are available in the U.S. and abroad.