Career Resources

Career Resources

CollegeBound Foundation has a team dedicated to your success.

If you are a high school senior attending a CollegeBound Foundation-staffed high school, a College Completion Program Scholar, or a member of our CollegeBound Foundation Alumni Association and need help securing a job or internship opportunity, please get in touch with Melisa Hypolite at mhypolite@collegeboundfoundation.org.

If you are a member of our community and have internships or entry-level jobs, we would like to hear from you.  Hire our Grads!

 

Here are some other tools to help you navigate your career search

Find the Career Development Center on Your Campus
Allegany College of Maryland Lincoln University – California
Baltimore City Community College Louisiana State University – Shreveport
Baton Rouge Community College Loyola University Maryland
Bowie State University McDaniel College
Bucknell University Morgan State University
Capitol Technology University Mount St. Mary’s University
Carnegie Mellon University New York University
Carroll Community College Notre Dame of Maryland University
Clark Atlanta University Rochester Institute of Technology
Community College of Baltimore County Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art Salisbury University
Coppin State University Spelman College
Cornell University St. Mary’s College of Maryland
Culinary Institute of America Stevenson University
Delaware State University Towson University
Frostburg State University University of Baltimore
George Mason University University of Maryland – Baltimore County
Georgetown University University of Maryland – College Park
Goucher College University of Maryland – Eastern Shore
Hampton University University of Maryland – Global Campus
Harvard University University of the District of Columbia
Hood College Virginia Union University
Johns Hopkins University Wesleyan University


Handshake

Handshake is the #1 way college students find jobs. Join today to explore career options, find jobs and internships for students, and connect with employers.



PARKER DEWEY

When you are launching your career, finding ways to test out different industries or even get your foot in the door can be challenging, especially without having prior experience. That’s where Micro-Internships can help. These short-termpaidprofessional projects are open to all college students and recent graduates of U.S.-based institutions.



Bureau of Labor and Statistics

The Bureau of Labor and Statistics can help you research careers.



O*NET Resource Center

If you are not sure about your career choice, take this quiz.  The O*NET Interest Profiler (IP) is a family of self-assessment career exploration tools that can help clients discover the type of work activities and occupations that they would like and find exciting. Clients identify and learn about broad interest areas most relevant to themselves. They can use their interest results to explore the world of work.



Fund for Education Abroad

We provide scholarships and ongoing support to students with financial need who are underrepresented among the U.S. study-abroad population.



Towson University Career Center

Here are some  sample resumes and cover letters, courtesy of the Towson University Career Center



Mayor’s Office of Employment Development | Hire Up

Hire Up is a transitional jobs program for adult Baltimore City residents who are unemployed or underemployed. Program participants will receive a job at a city agency, business, or organization for up to 6 months, paying $16 per hour for at least 35 hours per week. Participants also receive free career navigation, legal services, financial empowerment counseling, and job placement assistance.



LinkedIn For College Students

This is your chance to share your professional story. As a student, it’s okay if you don’t have a ton of work experience yet. Just focus on what you’ve achieved so far.

Scroll to Top