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Fire Science Online - Public Service Careers
The field of public service encompasses professionals in organizations that prevent and fight crime, prepare for emergencies, and respond to accidents and natural and human-caused disasters. In addition to promoting and ensuring the overall well being of the general public, public service careers are also known for step-by-step advancement and promotion opportunities, employment stability, and strong employee benefits.

Govtjobs.com
For recent graduates looking for employment in the public sector. Access to quality government jobs across the country as well as job resources containing over 7,000 links to national, state, and local governments to aid in a job seeker's search.

Gradschools.com
Making the decision to go to graduate school is no easy task. "Do I want to earn a master's degree or PhD?" "What field of study interests me most?" "What course of study will help me reach my long term career goals?" "How can I pay for this?" and perhaps most importantly, "What do I really want to be when I grow up? "The GradSchools.com website can help answer these, and other questions, you might have about graduate school.

Granted - Entry Level jobs and internships
Granted, an extremely sophisticated job search engine that uses the latest search engine algorithms and a hybrid data aggregation system to connect jobseekers with jobs of their choice in a split second. This revolutionary job search technology took close to 18 months to develop. Granted gets jobseekers jobs from internet sites, job boards, online forums, blogs and every other source of online information in a categorized and structured manner. It also complements its online information collection with data from offline sources such as newspapers and other forms of hard print advertisements. Granted is one of the most powerful job sites in America. And it is FREE. The "no cost" factor makes Granted an excellent job search tool for students looking for internships and entry level jobs. Even right now, a quick search on Granted will fetch you 10,371 entry-level jobs and 14,235 internships from across the country. Most importantly many of these internships are paid positions! We encourage you to get your students to make the most of Granted. This free job service has the potential to dramatically change the careers and lives of your students by opening up an infinite number of job opportunities for them. Get Entry-level Jobs

Intern Queen Inc.
Lauren Berger is CEO of Intern Queen Inc, an online internship destination that helps students find and apply for internships while also educating them on how to make the most of their experiences.

Job Application Center
This is not your typical jobs search site. Unlike regular jobs search sites, here you will not find job postings for which you have to compete with dozens of other job applicants. Instead, we’ve search the internet for you, to find exactly how, when and where to apply to almost every major U.S. company directly. When we can we provide downloadable job application forms, and when those forms are not available we provide the direct links you need to apply with each company directly. In addition, we have researched the internet, interviewed past employees and spoken to most every company personally to learn specific tips you can use in the job application process. And because we have done this research on a company by company basis, it gives you

Job Shadow
Read real interviews from people as they talk about the jobs they do and the careers they have. If you’re career hunting, don’t like your current job, or just plain curious you can read about and explore the different career possibilities here at JobShadow.com

LinkedIn
Company Background •LinkedIn started out in the living room of co-founder Reid Hoffman in 2002. •The site officially launched on May 5, 2003. At the end of the first month in operation, LinkedIn had a total of 4,500 members in the network. •It took 494 days to reach the first million members, and now, on average, a new member joins every second of every day, or approximately one million every 12 days. •The company is privately held and has a diversified business model with revenues coming from user subscriptions, advertising sales and hiring solutions. Visit site for more information.

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