Careers Center - Links & Resources

Experiential Learning through Holy Family University

One of the best ways to introduce yourself to the business world is to get involved in Holy Family University's Experiential Learning program. With an experiential learning experience, you can get real-world learning and experience at a company in the area, which can help build your resume and create lifelong opportunities in the field of your career path.

» Holy Family Job Bank

Holy Family now offers an on-line job bank. Students & Alumni can search for jobs and post their resume. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Don Brom, Careers Center Director, at 267-341-3224, or via email at

» Careers Center External Resources

O*Net OnlineO*Net Online - Occupation finder tool.

Resume TargetResume Target - Resume writing services.

Talent Desk Career FinderTalent Desk - Career Finder.

Bureau of Labor StatisticsBureau of Labor Statistics


ZipRecruiter is an online job search company that has many different ways to help you find a job.


InternU is a free service that teaches the craft of professionalism. They lead with a collaborative and consultative approach that helps companies and institutions develop strategies and solutions to train and develop young professionals to succeed in the workplace. For more info, log onto

Federal Government Career Resources

» What Can You Do With A Major? Website

This multi-purpose website gives students the opportunity to explore options within their major. As an assessment tool; it identifies key characteristics needed in order to pursue a particular academic major.

It offers websites in each academic area: employment, professional development, and associations to aid students in their career exploration.

Please click here to view all the majors.

» Assessment

The O*Net Interest Profile is a free brief vocational assessment from the U.S. Department of Labor. The assessment can help you find what your interests are and how those interests relate to the world of work. In addition, it will help you find what careers are best suited to match your interests. Log onto:

If you need further help in identifying what major or career you would like to pursue, contact Don Brom, Careers Center Director at 267-341-3224 or email