Jobs and Careers
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One Stop Resume Shop
Saturday, June 10
Receive online job searching tips, resume and cover letter writing help, interviewing tips, and more. Walk-ins are welcome.Event Details
Employment Opportunity Websites
Work Ready Lucas County
Lucas County’s Ohio Means Jobs “Work Ready” program assists local residents in earning the National Career Readiness Certificate- a portable, industry-recognized credential that helps people find great jobs, companies find skilled workers, and our nation's economy grow and prosper.
Ohio Means Accessibility
Disability Resource Coordinator staff in Ohio Means Jobs Centers implement Ohio’s strategic components, which include deploying integrated resource teams, leveraging partner funds and resources, customized employment, and asset development.
The Center of Nonprofit Resources
Job listings for nonprofits in the Toledo area.
Lists jobs available in greater Toledo and southern Michigan. Click on “Find a Job” at the top left of the page.
Lists apprenticeships in various professions.
Offers a number of search options and ways to distribute your resume.
Ohio Careers Resource Center
Click on “Search for Jobs.”
Ohio Means Jobs
The Ohio Department of Development has created a PowerPoint presentation offering step-by-step instructions on how to register and post a resume on Ohio Means Jobs - watch or print the presentation.
State of Ohio
Lists openings with state agencies in Ohio. Click on “Working & Employment.” Under “Job Opportunities,” click on “State of Ohio Job Search.”
FREE AND LOW-COST TESTS
Websites with Free and Low-cost Aptitude and Career Assessment Tests: Use this list of websites to explore new careers, take career assessment tests, and find educational opportunities.
- Career Explorer
- Career Key
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Career Path
- Princeton Review
Best Jobs USA
You can search by category, state, keyword and post your resume.
National websites for business, job seekers, students and workforce professionals.
Tools for identifying and applying for jobs with employers who are interested in recruiting a diverse workforce.
Enter job title, keyword, and/or city, state or zip code.
Includes information on careers as well as current job openings.
Search can be limited by city and state.
Nonprofit jobs, volunteer opportunities, and internships.
Job sites, newspapers, associations, and company career pages.
Job searching through social networking.
Searches company websites for job openings.
Enter keyword, job category and/or location. Registration is free and is required to apply for positions online.
One Career Stop
Links you to the job bank in your state.
Use to search for jobs with nonprofit organizations.
Searches jobs across the web.
Official job site of the federal government. You can search jobs as well as create and store your resume.
Passive job search through headhunters.
Skill Building Research Tools
GCFLearnFree.org provides high quality, innovative learning opportunities to anyone who wants to improve the technology, literacy, and math skills needed to be successful in both work and life. This resource provides information on more than 180 topics and does so for free through 2,000 lessons, 800+ videos, and over 50 interactives and games.Access Now
Learning Express Library
Online practice for ACT, SAT, and GED tests as well as additional educational tools for learning technical software like the Adobe Suite.Access Now
Lynda.com is an online learning site of over 3,000 courses that include more than 130,000 videos. The courses cover a variety of topics covering design, business, office software, and personal and professional goals. Certificates of completion can be printed and uploaded to a LinkedIn profile. iOS | AndroidAccess Now