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Career Readiness Resources (General) offers advice for college students and interns looking to build their resume and develop skills and connections which will lead to employment:

My Next Move asks, “What do you want to do for a living?”  Search “Careers” by key word; browse “Careers” by industry:

The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) provides a plethora of career readiness resources for student interns:

O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, etc:

Career Videos is an on-line library of thousands of videos which provide practical guidance to students and job seekers on charting a career path and building skills and real-life experience:

Career Readiness Resources (Health-Related)

The Association of American Medical Colleges has developed 15 core competencies for students entering medical students:

College Career Offices

SVTAHEC works with college and university career offices in marketing its C-SHIP program.  We urge undergraduates to avail themselves of the excellent career resources they have at their own institution. The following are some college and university career sites, with whom we have worked:

University of Vermont

Colby Sawyer          

Castleton University

Keene State College

Middlebury College

Northern Vermont University

University of Massachusetts

Williams College     

College Internships

The Community for Accredited Online Schools provides some basic advice on selecting an internship and making the most out of the experience, including links to further on-line resources:

WayUp Experts has easy-to-digest tips and advice for college students considering a major and mapping coursework to synch to career goals, internships and first jobs, Interviewing 101, and much more.  Check out the following link to learn the 10 skills employers want in an intern: