Handshake is a career database exclusively for UGA current students and alumni. Handshake has a wide variety of jobs, internships, and externships for all majors. Here, you are able to upload your resume, schedule interviews, and apply for career opportunities.
CareerBuilder provides a large variety of jobs tailored to your desires for a career. CareerBuilder takes into consideration your resume, the jobs you searched for, and jobs you applied for to offer ongoing job recommendations that you might be interested in applying for in the future.
Glassdoor offers an in-depth look at companies including employee reviews, salary ranges, and positions available. Similar to LinkedIn, a new feature enables you to see if you have connections at the company you are interested in applying to for a job.
Idealist is the perfect place to search for careers and volunteer opportunities in the non-profit sector. Idealist also have a list of events related to the non-profit worlds.
Indeed.com acts as a search engine for jobs. You are able to upload your resume to ease the application process and filter for career opportunities that fit what you are looking for in a job or internship.
Internships.com is exclusively internships. The search engines filters by industry and locations to help you find an internship that is right for you.
LinkedIn is a great resource to network for career opportunities. LinkedIn has its own job board plus the advantage of seeing your connections to a particular position. Join UGA Athlete Network group to keep up-to-date on jobs targeted towards our student-athletes.
Monster.com is one of the most used job search engines. Monster.com has a large variety of jobs – from entry-level to experienced employees – there is something for everyone. You are able to upload cover letters and resumes directly to the website to apply for jobs online.
SimplyHired is helpful in its categorization of career industries. The search engine relies on specifying job categories you might be interested in applying for.
USA Jobs allows you to search for career opportunities with the federal government. On the website is information about compensation and benefits for federal works including commuter subsidies, insurance, and childcare.
Work in Sports
Work in Sports is a job search engine specifically for careers and internships in the sport industry. Work in Sports allows you to filter by location, status (full-time, part-time, internship) and job category (marketing, IT, coaching, administration, and many more).
If you are interested in specific companies, don’t hesitate to check their websites for job listings or send a letter of interest to HR departments. Check the UGA Career Center website or check in with your career consultant about companies hosting on-campus interview days or information sessions.
Below is a list of some companies in Atlanta with a variety of internships: