Visit these web sites to gather more information on the concepts and strategies presented in this chapter. Also, use your favorite search engines to find other resources. Remember to always think critically about information you find online.
Student Voice: If you uncover a URL that you found to be particularly helpful, submit your findings to College Survival for posting on this web site.
Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
View the Dictionary of Scientific Quotations online:http://naturalscience.com/dsqhome.html
Post your resume online at JobBank USA:http://www.jobbankusa.com
Read ads from major U. S. newspapers at Career Path:http://www.careerpath.com
Get an overview of job hunting on the Internet from the Riley Guide:http://www.dbm.com/jobguide
Use the Job Hunter's Bible to discover effective ways to use the Internet for job searching:http://www.jobhuntersbible.com
Find out current pay scales for jobs in your field of interest at Salary.com:http://salary.com
Visit the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Council website for information on equal employment policies:http://www.eeoc.gov
Access the U.S. Department of Labor's Skills and Tasks for Jobs: A SCANS Report for America 2000:http://www.dol.gov/dol/jobs.htm
Visit the College Board homepage for information and tools to help students get the most out of college:http://www.collegeboard.com
The National Service-Learning Clearinghouse provides resources and support for the service-learning community:http://www.servicelearning.org
Access the U. S. News College Rankings:http://www.usnews.com/usnews/edu/college/cohome.htm