Job/Internship Search Resources

Use to following resources to explore jobs opportunities with the Federal Government:

  • USAJOBS – access to more than 30,000 job listings daily, as well as applications, forms, and employment fact sheets
  • Go Government – a good source for finding federal jobs and internships
  • How to Find Federal Jobs – Put out by the Department of labor, this site gives advice on where to find your ideal position.
  • How to Get a Job in the Federal Government – An enlightening article about federal agencies and workers (.PDF)

Working for the US Federal Government provides an almost limitless range of career options. Opportunities are available in public policy and administration, domestic and international issues, information technology, human resources, engineering, health and medical sciences, law, financial management, among many others.

Other Georgia State Resources:

Career Planning Timeline

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Major-focused Career Resources

Job Search Resources

Resources for Job Search within the Economics Field

Current job openings for economists in academia and with some other employers appears in JOE, Job Openings in Economics. Most of the jobs listed in JOE require graduate study in economics

The Department of Economics at the University of Wisconsin also provides a list of websites for searching for jobs and internships.

The American Economic Association Graduate Study in Economics Web Page

National Association for Business Economics (NABE) Job Center

Executive Search Firms

National & International Job Opportunity links:

Policy Research Institutes

Private Sector

Public Finance

Salary Formation

Think Tanks

Job Listings & Resources:

Local Job Opportunities (Georgia):

Nonprofits:

US Government

Education

Executive Search Firms

National & International Job Opportunity links:

Policy Research Institutes

Private Sector

Public Finance

Salary Formation

Think Tanks

Use the following sources to help in your search for a career in Social Work

Job Listings & Resources:

Use the following sources to help in your search for a career in Criminal Justice and Criminology

Public Sector:
Atlanta Public Schools
Central Intelligence Agency
City of Atlanta
Cobb County District Attorney’s Office
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Fulton County Government
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Georgia Department of Community Supervision
Georgia Department of Child Protective Services
Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
Internal Revenue Service
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Federal Government Agencies Directory
U.S. Government Accountability Office
U.S. Department of Justice

Non-profit Sector:
Ahimsa House
Atlanta Legal Aid Society
Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
Equal Justice Initiative
Georgia Justice Project
Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Gwinnett Sexual Assault and Children’s Advocacy Center
Partnership Against Domestic Violence
Southern Center for Human Rights
The Innocence Project
Women’s Resource Center to End Domestic Violence
YouthSpark

Legal Industry:
Bomar Law Firm, LLC
MLQ Attorney Services
Quirk & Quirk, LLC
State Bar of Georgia

Mental Health Field:
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Peachford Hospital
Ridgeview Institute
Skyland Trail

Investigations:
ICU Investigations
Martinelli Investigations
Merlin Investigations
Trustify

Academia:
Center for Law and Social Policy
Criminal Justice Degree Schools  

General Search Sites:
911HotJobs.com
Copnet for Criminal Justice Careers
Discover Criminal Justice
Government Jobs Database of Criminal Justice Employment Opportunities
USA Jobs

Professional Associations

Disaster Policy

Human Resource Policy

Management and Finance

Planning & Economic Development

Policy Analysis and Evaluation

Public Health

Nonprofit Management

Career Planning Handbook

Whether you are just enrolling in your program, are close to graduation or are an AYS alum, the AYS Career Services Handbook is an excellent resource for to help you plan your career.

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Employer Guide

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