It is extremely important to research a company before an interview. Most companies have their own websites, and employers expect a serious candidate to be prepared to discuss its contents at an interview. And don’t forget that they’ll probably research you—more and more employers use the Internet every day to screen candidates and preview résumés.


Match your interests or aptitudes to suitable occupations.

Understanding Your Field

Research career trends and earnings, training and education required to succeed in a field. Understand job outlook, salary and benefit information, high-growth jobs, skills profiling and labor market information.

LGBTQ Resources

Networking and Job Search

Workplace and Advocacy

Resources for People with Disabilities


Seek practical on-site experience in a career field of your interest.

  • Grads of Life
    Check out internship programs and job search tools.
    A national database for internships, you can post your résumé.
    Search for paid internships, summer jobs, or entry level jobs at thousands of companies.
  • New York Job Source
    Search internships in top companies, nonprofits.


Connect to professionals by joining one or more of these online communities. Give your career search the advantage of personal connections.

Researching a Company or Institution

Research a company in order to gain perspective on how the outside world views a company vs. what’s on the company website. Gain valuable insights; view company ratings and quality ratings.

Job Search

Search job postings and/or post your résumé and gain valuable advice.

  • Handshake
    Adelphi’s job listing site. Search jobs, post your résumé, or research a company.
  • Jooble
    A mobile marketplace for hourly jobs in a wide array of industries.
  • Monster
    Research a company, search job postings, and post your résumé.
  • Indeed
    Free access to millions of employment opportunities from thousands of websites.
  • SimplyHired
    Find local jobs, salary comparisons, and employment trends.
  • CareerBuilder
    Job search and post your résumé.
  • ZipRecruiter
    Post your résumé and apply for jobs in a single click.
  • Job Finder Advisory
    Expert career advice.
  • AfterCollege
    Entry-level jobs, internships, and post-graduate opportunities.
  • Vault
    Research specifics industries by location, size, and revenue.
  • Online Recruiters Directory
    Nationwide recruiters’ directory: search by specialty, location.
  • Glassdoor
    Reviews, salaries and benefits from employees.
  • Jooble
    Explore all the current vacancies from all the top employers and the leading job boards in USA and abroad.

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Social Work and Social Services

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Terms of Use: The Center for Career and Professional Development at Adelphi University acts only as an information service. The office does not endorse any individual employer and cautions you to ask appropriate questions to be sure that the position is right for you. The center makes no recommendations or guarantees about the positions or employers listed through our office or about those who visit campus to meet students or alumni. Students and/or alumni are responsible for verifying the credentials and integrity of the employer. Adelphi’s Center for Career and Professional Development is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of off-campus employment. Jobs and internships posted on Handshake may not be reviewed before posting. Site users are urged to validate job postings and use caution and common sense when applying. Do not disclose security numbers, credit card information or bank account numbers to unknown employers. This website also contains links to other websites that are not under control of the University or the Center for Career and Professional Development. The University and the Center for Career and Professional Development are not responsible for any error or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. Site users who discover any misuse or abuse of this service are encouraged to report the matter as soon as possible.
The Center for Career and Professional Development does not guarantee a student or alumnus will obtain an internship or job opportunity.
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