Additional Career Service Resources


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  • U-M Career Assessment Tools--Get personalized help from a U-M Career Counselor to learn about your strengths (via a Myers-Briggs or Strong Interest Inventory assessment) and how to incorporate these strengths into your career pathway.
  • SNRE's Career Interest Assessment Form (please fill out and email to: , we will store your interest form on our private eRecruiter student counseling notes so SNRE Career Services staff can better assist you when meeting with you). Be sure to set up an appointment with SNRE Career Services staff if you need guidance on your career path.
  • View alumni job titles, skills and job duties.
  • O*NET  is the nation's primary source of occupational information and provides hundreds of job descriptions.
  • View hundreds of past jobs on eRecruiter to see job descriptions, required skills, and salaries. 
    • On eRecruiter , go to the Jobs tab, select "SNRE eRecruiter Jobs & Internships", then click on the "Expired Jobs" tab.  You can then do a keyword search by position title (ex: "program analyst") and view positions that have been posted on our system in the past. 
  • Do a search on the internet by position title to find current positions available - then read what skills are necessary to apply.

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Profiles of Minority Environmental Professionals (MELDI)

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  • The U-M Career Center
  • The Alumni Association Career Services
  • Minority Environmental Leadership Development Initiative
  • MyWorldAbroad - a comprehensive guide to attaining global career skills and jobs overseas
  • Ferguson's Career Guidance Center--This database provides comprehensive, up-to-date profiles of more than 2,500 of today's most popular jobs in more than 93 industries. Information includes job tracks, salaries, and prerequisites. 
  • Career Search--Provides information on almost 4 million U.S. employers, with almost 10 million key contacts, including: company descriptions, addresses, names, titles and many e-mail addresses. Searchable by product, service, geographic location, and industry size as well as keyword. Business Information Resources provide searchable access to industry associations, magazines, newsletters, trade shows, directories, databases, and web sites. Career Next Step provides 16 proven career and personality assessments.
  • Encyclopedia of Career Development--Explores changes in the nature of work, shifts in the meaning of career success, the rise of global business and international careers, heightened concerns over social influences on careers, and emerging labor laws and regulations.
  • (includes Science's Next Wave)--Covers scientific training, career development, and the science & technology job markets. Provides career resources for scientists and recruiting solutions for employers.
  • USA Career Guides--Contains career and employment resources for job-seekers covering the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the USA. Included in this database are: job search resources, employment outlook, professional networking groups, cost of living, major employer listings by industry sector, non-profits and volunteer opportunities. Also includes a directory of U.S. employers in all 50 states who hire holders of H-1B Visas, the most common non-immigrant category for university graduates who wish to work in the U.S. in their field.
  • CareerVault Online Career Library--A compilation of career information and management tools, with over 140 titles covering a multitude of workplace topics, thousands of company and university profiles, data on occupations and industries, up-to-the-minute message boards, job-related video feeds, blogs and other research tools, including: Industry Career Guides, Industry Employer Guides, Career Topic Guides, Occupational Profiles, Occupation Surveys, Industry Overviews, Diversity Profiles, Career Advice Articles, Company Profiles, Company Q&A, Career Topic Message Boards, Industry Message Boards, sample resumes and cover letters, interviewing advice, and more.
    • The University Library has a subscription for all UM students to use CareerVault. Follow the instructions below to sign up and use it.
  • Click on the link: CareerVault (job board, career advice, industry information, and much more)
  • Sign in with your UM uniqname and password
  • Click on "Access Vault Library"
  • Under the "New to Career Insider?" heading, create an account. Use a non email address (there's a problem with "password reminder" emails getting lost when sent to addresses)

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