Finding the right job

Access community resources and select websites with or without the Internet.





Knowledge Center

Once connected to eCommunity, the following employment support websites are an example of the many community resources you will have access to even if you can't afford Internet Access.



  • GCFLearnFree: Career

    Need a new job? Looking for new professional opportunities? In this tutorial, you will learn the most effective strategies for approaching and conducting a job search. You will also explore the best methods for networking and searching for a job online, including using social media sites.



  • Find a New Job with Monster

    Monster is one of the world's biggest employment websites. Monster has created the following articles to help you find a new job:

    -Before You Apply: Get Your Foot in the Door: Monster makes it easy to find a job online!
    -Networking: Knowing someone at a company can help you get your foot in the door.
    -Apply for Jobs Online: Once you've found a job you want to apply to, you can apply online quckly!
    -Create Your Resume: Whether you need to create a new resume or simply update an old one, Monster helps.



  • CareerOneStop

    CareerOneStop is your pathway to professional success. The website features tools to help job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals. You can use the site to: Discover new careers; Research salaries and benefits; Search for a new job; Craft a resume and learn how to ace an interview; Find help for your job search; and so much more!



  • MyNextMove.org

    You've served your country. Now you're ready for a new challenge. What do you want to do for a living? MyNextMove is an interactive tool helping vets learn about their career options- includes information on each profession such as; knowledge, skills, personalities and abilities needed to be successful in the field; technology used; level of educational attainment; and job outlook.