The Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas
This guide by Jean-Marc Hachey shows you how to build your credentials and prepare for work in the global economy. Discover work, volunteer, intern, study and travel opportunities and research common international career paths. You can check out lots of free information at http://myworldabroad.com/ or purchase an inexpensive, online subscription for full access.
HandShake is the Rutgers-Camden Career Center’s web-based career management system that provides students and alumni the opportunity to search for jobs and internships, find employers, create a resume, and much more. To access, go to the Career Center website at https://cc.camden.rutgers.edu and click on the handshake logo. Then, click onto “Student Log-In” to access your student account with your Rutgers Net ID# and password.
GoinGlobal is a premiere platform for accessing information on employers and job resources, for internationally oriented careers, in more than 30 countries and 50 US metropolitan areas. Click onto the link, below, to access GoinGlobal and then sign in with your Rutgers Net ID# and password.
CareerShift searches every job listing at every job board & company with job postings on the internet. Get inside contact information, including email addresses for millions of companies. International jobs and contacts are available for all of North America; a majority of South America; most of Europe; Australia; New Zealand and Russia. Click onto the link, below, to access Career Shift and then sign in with your Rutgers Net ID# and password. https://cc.camden.rutgers.edu/digitalcareerresources
Career Insider by Vault.com Inc.
This resource offers you over 90 downloadable PDF career guides – including over 20 guides to international employers such as banks, consulting firms, NGO’s, and US government agencies. To create an account, go to: https://cc.camden.rutgers.edu/researching-careers and click onto “Go to Vault” – access with your Rutgers Net ID# and password.