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  • Damn Good Résumé website
    If you need to create, update or improve your resume, this is the site for you! Examples, how-to information, tips and too many good tools to list can be found here. This excellent site also covers thank you letters, cover letters and related items connected to a successful job hunt.
  • Education Pays
  • Professional Associations
  • Working in the 21st Century
  • Job Fairs in Wisconsin
  • thingamajob
    Lists thousands of contract, temp-to-perm and direct placement jobs helping you to find a job at leading Fortune 1000 companies throughout the United States and Canada. Thingamajob is a free online career resource provided by Allegis Group, parent company to premier staffing organizations such as Aerotek, TEKsystems and Stephen James & Associates.
  • Federal Digest
    America's Federal employment newspaper since 1977.
  • BestJobsUSA
    Provides resources, tools and information to help with career advancement for the candidate as well as access to resumes and information on ...
  • Recruiters On Line
    Finds recruiters who place candidates in the area you selected - regardless of the recruiting firm's physical location. Post your résumé for our recruiters HERE or find the agency or person suited to you and submit your resume directly to them.
  • 6FigureJobs
    The internet's leading online executive career portal.
  • CareerNet
    One of the web’s most experienced and comprehensive Job Boards, with a network that connects over 25 million business professionals and organizations. Simply put, this means a better selection of jobs and more opportunities to find them. Let us show you how to turn your dreams into a great life!
  • Jobs In Oshkosh
    Find the best Oshkosh jobs and careers. Search current jobs posted by Oshkosh's top employers. Post your resume and get great career ...
  • Jobs In Appleton
  • OshkoshJobs
    Search jobs in Oshkosh thru our local jobs database. Jobs updated daily.
  • Jobing.com
  • AppletonOshkoshHelpWanted.com
  • FlipDog
    Neat, easy to use, effective. Excellent for white collar/management jobs.
  • Wall Street Startup Journal
  • Wisconsin Department of Commerce
  • Entrepreneur.Com
  • Business Toolkit
  • Small Business Information
  • Online Small Business Workshop
  • Small Business Services
  • Quicken Small Business Center
  • Small Business Advisor
  • National Commission on Entrepreneurship
  • Entrepeneurship: A Candidate's Guide
  • Center for Rural Entrepreneurialship
  • Consortium for Entrepreneurialship Education
  • Council for Entrepreneurial Development
  • National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship
  • How To Apply For Unemployment-English
  • How To Apply For Unemployment-Spanish (Español)
  • How To Apply For Unemployment-Hmong
  • Help for Veterans
  • SBA E-Institute
  • JobSniper
  • e-VETS Resource Advisor
  • Is Entrepreneurship for YOU?
    Take this test to see if you have what it takes.
  • CollegeGrad.com
    An incredible source for entry-level job opportunities.
  • SimplyHired
    Search every job on the planet.
  • EmploymentGuide.com
    Is the leading job board for hourly, skilled, full-time and part-time jobs.
  • N.E.W. Manufacturers Alliance
    The N.E.W. Manufacturing Alliance is a group of manufacturers, working with educational institutions, workforce development boards, chambers of commerce and state organizations to promote manufacturing in our region. Many Alliance members are seeking qualified applicants who have previous manufacturing expereince. Please fill out a Job Seeker Profile on the Alliance website if you have manufacturing experience and would like to give Alliance members the opportunity to contact you directly in response to their current job openings.
  • MyMoney.gov
    U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are planning to buy a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401k, the resources on MyMoney.gov can help you do it better.
  • Indeed
    One search. All jobs.
  • Jobster
    Search for jobs and build your career network. Find your dream job, post your résumé online, promote your skills and experience, get found by leading employers.
  • LiveCareer
    Free career interest test
  • HealthCareerWeb.com
    Is a full service healthcare job site. Not only do they have an extensive list of available medical jobs nationwide, they also provide job seekers the opportunity to connect with others. While you search for healthcare jobs, use the MedCOM community to gain knowledge about the healthcare industry by reading our user forums, link videos, view and post medical events, upload resumes, save jobs and connect with healthcare professionals nationwide.
  • CareersInGear.com
    CareersInGear.com and CareersInGear.com magazine specialize in recruitment solutions for the trucking industry. Our website offers a variety of job opportunities for over-the-road and owner-operator positions across the nation, along with extensive online resources for both trucking employers and trucking job seekers.
  • Job Center of Wisconsin
    This virtual job center is a Wisconsin-centered employment exchange, linking employers in all parts of the state and in communities that border Wisconsin with anyone looking for a job. JobCenterOfWisconsin.com is available at no-cost to both employers and job seekers and is available 24-hours a day.
  • Marketing Yourself in Hard Times
  • Cómo manejar una reducción de los ingresos (en Español)
  • Dealing with a Drop in Income (English version)
  • TEGL 21-08 -- Pell Grants and the Payment of Unemployment Benefits to Individuals in Approved Training
  • Jobs By iJobs
    Free help for jobshoppers. We take jobs to jobshoppers.
  • SnagAJob.com
    Apply on-line... ...get hired.
  • SnagAJob.com Interactive Interviewing Link
    Interactive interviewing.
  • HelpWanted.com
    Helpwanted is an obvious name in recruitment and job search. It is a premier service with thousands of current job listings and 100,000s of visitors. It is a free service. Job seekers can browse job listings and contact the employers at no cost.
  • TypingTest.com
  • FOX 11 Job Finder
    Due to the economy WLUK Fox 11 out of Green Bay has this link as a community service provided by Fox11online.com for area job seekers in the Fox Valley.
  • Wisconsin Public Radio Job Line
    Every 1st Wednesday of the month, Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR.ORG) has an hour long talk show program that’s devoted to connecting job seekers and employers. They also post all called in jobs on their website. Click on link to see all jobs posted.
  • Careerstallion.com
    The most comprehensive interactive search engine for jobs. CareerStallion provides job seekers with free easy to use access - instantly, in a single search - to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites, job boards, newspapers, blogs and associations.
  • JobSearchUsa.org
    Job Search USA is an all purpose job search website offering job listings from various organizations including not for profits, small businesses, corporations and educational institutions.
  • LinkUp.com
    What makes LinkUp unique is we index job postings exclusively from companies’ own web sites, ignoring recruiter sites and other job boards, and then continuously validate that they’re still posted. No spam, no duplicates, no stale listings. Each job listed will tell you how long ago it was posted, and how recently it was verified.
  • Monster Newspaper Partnerships
    Monster has newspaper partnerships with over 400 daily and weekly papers in the United States. These partnerships integrate Monster's industry leading job search and career management tools with the news and content from Job Seekers’ local paper in one website, so they can find the right career opportunity in the site they already use.
  • Practical Money Skills
    Practical Money Skills for Life contains a set of tools and resources to improve financial literacy at home, at work and/or at school. The site contains practical solutions and resources for teaching people the importance of financial literacy in all settings. Examples of tools include lesson plans for teachers, calculators for monthly budgets, mortgages, saving, and auto loans.
  • AlliedHealthCareers.com
    Is the premier online resource for employment opportunities in allied health-related fields. Job Seekers can search allied health jobs anonymously or post their résumé so employers can contact them directly!
  • Developing a Successful Business Plan
    An interesting link about developing a small business.
  • PackerlandJobs.com
    PackerlandJobs.com is a website that features jobs in the Green Bay, Appleton, and Oshkosh areas. The services are free for job seekers. They can browse and apply for job listings at no charge. For job seekers to access the site, simply go to packerlandjobs.com to register and create an account.
  • Job-Applications.com
    Provides hundreds of printable and online applications for restaurants, shops, retail and department stores, pharmacies, grocery stores etc.
  • Careerjet.com
    Careerjet is an employment search engine. In just one search access 26,279,508 jobs published on 71,773 websites in the world.
  • Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs
  • US Department of Veteran Affairs
  • Veterans Online Resources
  • Check here to find your CVSO
    Have you visited your County Veteran Service Office (CVSO) lately? You should because new State and Federal veteran legislation has been passed that affects education and other grant programs.
  • Veterans Service Offices
  • Veteran Employment and Training Assistance
    A link for veterans needing assistance with employment or training opportunities.
  • VetJobs - Leading military job board, sponsored by VFW
    VetJobs is the leading military job board per WEDDLE's, Workforce Management Magazine, AIRS, Reader's Digest & BusinessWeek. VetJobs is for all transitioning military, veterans, DOD civilians and their family members. VetJobs Employment Assistance section provides career advice and assessment tools and prepares a candidate for the job search and interviewing process.
  • Military.com
    The largest military and veteran membership organization connecting service members, military families and veterans to all the benefits of service ' government benefits, scholarships, discounts, lifelong friends, mentors, great stories of military life or missions, career and educational opportunities, and much more.
  • Transition Assistance Online
    TAOnline.com is an important resource to transitioning service members, reservists and veterans. TAOnline.com provides relevant content on the transition process, related topics, and a full service job board with opportunities geared towards transitioning service personnel. All services for job seekers are free.
  • Job-Applications.com
    Provides online applications for military jobs for each branch of military. Its a great way for people to find military work quickly, and its constantly growing.
  • Veterans Preference
    In recognition of the sacrifices made by those serving in the Armed Forces, Congress enacted laws to prevent Veterans seeking Federal employment from being penalized because of time spent in military service. By law, Veterans who are disabled or who served on active duty in the Armed Forces during certain specified periods or in military campaigns are generally entitled to preference over non-Veterans both in Federal hiring practices and in retention during reductions in force.
  • NEWHelpWanted.com
    Browse Northeast Wisconsin region jobs.
  • Profile It Now
    Profile It Now.com is a resource for you to get the job you want. Design your own virtual résumé with photos & a video interview & more. The best part is that it's Free!!! It's where Employers find you, virtually.
  • Healthcareercenter.org
    Figuring out which healthcare career or health occupation to pursue, or simply finding a good job, can be a difficult and time consuming endeavor. Healthcareercenter.org, a non-commercial website, was created to help aspiring healthcare and medical students and job seekers make better, more informed career choices by providing them with highly relevant, reliable and up-to-date job search, career development, and employment information.
  • 711 for Telecommunications Relay Service
    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted use of the 711 dialing code for access to Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS). TRS permits persons with a hearing or speech disability to use the telephone system via a text telephone (TTY) or other device to call persons with or without such disabilities. If you want to call someone using TRS, use your TTY or dial 711 on your telephone, and you will automatically be connected to a TRS operator. If you're a TRS user traveling out of state and want to make a call, there is no longer a need to learn the state's TRS provider's telephone number. Just dial 711. It's fast, functional and free.

  • Gold Card
    Post-9/11 veterans can download a Gold Card to receive priority services at the Department of Labor's One Stop Career Centers.
  • My Next Move
    Veterans can enter their military occupation to explore civilian jobs for which they are particularly well qualified.
  • Veterans Job Bank
    Allows users to search hundreds of thousands of job postings.
  • MilitaryConnection.com
    Military Jobs & Federal Government Jobs Employment Opportunities, Schools for Veterans, New GI Bill Resources and Military Loans.
  • VETS webpage/Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP)
    These resources are all available at the VETS webpage
  • Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW)
    Overall VOW information.
  • VOW FAQ Sheet
  • VA VRAP Double-Sided Pamphlet
  • VA VRAP Print Ad
  • VA VRAP Half-Page Ad
  • VA VRAP - Ad Box
  • WOTC Flyer
  • VOW Special Employer Incentives (SEI) Flyer
  • Syracuse Business Case to Hire a Vet (Article)
  • The Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC):
    is a program serving Winnebago, Outagamie, Fond du Lac, Waushara, Waupaca, Green Lake and Calumet counties. The DRC program can help you find and connect with resources available in your community that can support you in going back to work. It is free, has no paperwork needed to start the process and available to meet with you within a week of contact at your local Job Center.

    Through the Disability Resource Coordinator, you can get help with:


    • Look at ways to help you find a job that could fit your needs

    • Find programs in the Job Center that would be able to help you achieve your work goals

    • Work with community agencies to help move you to the goal of work

    • Help explain how working can be possible while receiving community benefits

    • Provide individual job preparation such as working on résumés, interviews and other job search skills

    • Help with encouragement and support while looking for work and working


    For questions and/or a meeting with your local DRC, please use the contact information below:

    Alex Annoye
    Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC)
    Fox Valley Workforce Development Board
    Office (920) 232-6274
    Cell: (920) 410-0702
    TTY: (920) 303-3165
    E-mail: aannoye@fvwdb.com

    UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE WORKSTATIONS LOCATED AT OAWDC

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    • Are you or someone you know visually impaired?
    • Are you or someone you know unable to read the printed word?
    • Do you or someone you know have limited hand function?
    • Do you or someone you know have limited mobility?
    If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you probably can benefit from these workstations.
    Who will benefit?
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  • CNA Classes
    The most comprehensive resource for anyone interested in becoming a CNA.
  • UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE WORKSTATIONS LOCATED AT OAWDC

    Would you or someone you know benefit?

    • Are you or someone you know visually impaired?
    • Are you or someone you know unable to read the printed word?
    • Do you or someone you know have limited hand function?
    • Do you or someone you know have limited mobility?

    If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you probably can benefit from these workstations.

    Who will benefit?

    • No sight or limited sight;
    • No hand function or limited hand function;
    • The ability to understand spoken English but are unable to read English;
    • Pain when using a mouse;
    • Limited mobility and use a wheel chair or a scooter.

  • Public Health On-Line
    Provides community resources for public health careers and education.
  • Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance Benefit Services
  • GravityTeen
    A website that provides information about various situations teens face and how to handle them.
  • NationJob-Appleton
  • NationJob-Oshkosh
  • NationJob-Fond du Lac
  • Job Corp
    The Official Job Corps Web site! Job Corps is the nation's largest residential employment and educational training program for economically disadvantaged youth ages 16 to 24.
  • JobCentral
    Provides a single place on the internet where job seekers can find employment opportunities in all industries.
  • UW-Oshkosh Job Bank
  • Youth Corner
  • Work4Women
  • Hot Jobs
  • State of Wisconsin Employment
  • Monster Board
  • Internet Job Sites, The Riley Guide
  • National Youth Employment Coalition
    Dept. of Labor website
  • Career Magazine
  • FVTC Job & Career Info
  • Wisconsin’s Work Permit Rules
  • Career Builder
  • Spring Job Fair
  • Wisconsin’s Youth Apprenticeship Program
    Wisconsin's Youth Apprenticeship program is a foundational part of a statewide School-to-Work initiative that has earned Wisconsin national recognition as a leader in education reform. It is designed for high school students who want to experience hands on learning at the worksite in conjunction with classroom instruction. This rigorous two year elective program combines academic and technical instruction with mentored on-the-job learning that makes a real world connection for the students.
  • Child Care Information Center – DPI Reference and Loan Library
  • JobOptions
    Is the job resource website sponsored by Spherion, a company that specializes in staffing and recruiting. ...
  • American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
  • USA Today Career Network
  • Small Business Agency
  • CareerBuilder
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
  • University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
  • What Color is Your Parachute?
  • Career InfoNet
  • Interview Experts
  • Keirsey Temperament Sorter
  • Riley Guide
  • Careers 4 Wisconsin

  • Social Media Job Search - Jobs
  • Door64.com
    Door64.com is a free, successful, and growing grass-roots community of technology professionals in Central Texas. Our goal is to help members grow their peer networks of colleagues. Started in 2007, our community has grown virally to over 7000 members, and experienced excellent testimonials of doors opened and jobs found.
  • JibberJobber.com
    JibberJobber.com was designed to replace the simple job search spreadsheet and provide powerful web and database functionality to the job seeker. After a job is found, continue to use JibberJobber to organize your career information, including networking efforts, elevator pitches, etc.
  • Jobs-Assistant
    Jobs Assistant is a comprehensive job search engine and job board that allows job seekers to search through millions of job listings and allows employers to post jobs and recruit qualified candidates to fill their employment needs. Jobs Assistant is a one of kind web mashup that incorporates Google Maps to see the location of employer, LinkedIn to see which of your contacts/friends works at the job location to help you network for a job, and Payscale to see current salary analysis by location and job category.
  • LinkedIn
    LinkedIn is an interconnected network of experienced professionals from around the world, representing 170 industries and 200 countries. You can find, be introduced to, and collaborate with qualified professionals that you need to work with to accomplish your goals.
  • Linkedin Jobs Group
    LinkedIn with 50,000,000+ users is the #1 social media destination for professionals looking for a job, to advance their careers or to network. And, "Job Openings, Job Leads and Job Connections!" is the #1 LinkedIn Jobs Group.
  • Susan Ireland's YouTube Playlists
    As a resume professional since 1989, Susan Ireland has worked with thousands of job seekers from a wide range of professions and levels of employment. She is the author of four job search books, including The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Perfect Resume (now in its 5th edition) and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Perfect Cover Letter.
  • Susan P. Joyce's Linkedin Group
    Owned by Susan P. Joyce of Job-Hunt.org, this LinkedIn Group is for job seekers to ask questions about job search issues, give & receive advice, find networking opportunities, post useful news for the Group, find job postings, and participate in the Sub-Groups.
  • TweetMyJOBS.com
    TweetMyJOBS is the largest Twitter Job Board in the WORLD, connecting job seekers and employers INSTANTLY via text messaging or Twitter feeds. Tweeting 20,000 to 40,000 job tweets a day from thousands of companies, the service has the ability to get jobs in the hands of job seekers faster than any other medium. Job seekers can also tweet their resume directly to recruiters and hiring managers.

  • Career Planning Tools - Career Information
  • 50+ Career Coach
    Finding a job in the current economic climate is challenging, and for the age 50+ job seeker the search may seem daunting. As a workplace expert with a focus on experienced workers, Camille will guide you through the steps that will lead you to that job.
  • Career Ready 101/Key Train
    A comprehensive career training course that helps design itself based on available resources! It is an integrated approach to exploring careers and their skill requirements, building workplace skills using KeyTrain®, and creating life-literacy with such skills as financial awareness and job searching.
  • CareerScribe
    Careerscribe.com is a free, ongoing virtual career management system for candidates. Our solution offers individuals the ability to upload any and all document, providing evidence of their professional life.
  • Monster's Making It Count Program
    For high school students and life-long learners to plan their career paths.
  • National Career Readiness Certificate
    The National Career Readiness Certificate verifies to employers anywhere in the United States that an individual has essential core employability skills in Reading, Math, and Locating Information. ACT has researched over 16,000 occupations, and these three skills are highly important to the majority of jobs in the workplace. The Certificate is an easily understood and nationally valued credential that certifies the attainment of these workplace skills.
  • Optimal Résumé
  • Susan Ireland's Resume Site
    Susan Ireland's Resume Site has been offering free help and advice to job seekers of all occupations and levels of employment since 2001. Large, key sections are also available in Spanish.
  • HealthCarePathway.com
    Focuses on providing career planning strategies in the health care field. This resource breaks down areas of health care into segments & then into careers within those segments. Specific career plans offer a suggested step by step approach to pursuing a selected career. Students and professionals will find this a useful resource as they research career pathways.

  • Other Sites of Interest - Youth Services
  • SimplyHired
    Search every job on the planet.
  • EmploymentGuide.com
    Is the leading job board for hourly, skilled, full-time and part-time jobs.
  • Alison.com
    ALISON is a leading provider of Free Online Interactive Skills Training for the US Workforce. It provides high-quality, engaging, interactive multimedia courseware for certification and standards-based learning to learners across every state in the nation. All courses on ALISON are free for individual learners, and teachers and tutors enjoy free access to manage groups of learners via the open Learning Management System made available for the majority of course.
  • Department of Education- Training Grants
    "Training programs authorized and funded by Congress. These programs provide financial aid for eligible applicants for elementary, secondary, and college education; for the education of individuals with disabilities and of those who are illiterate, disadvantaged, or gifted; and for the education of immigrants, American Indians, and people with limited English proficiency."
  • Monster Evolutions/Real-Time Labor Intelligence
    Outplacement services for Employers and Employees with one goal: getting former workers rehired into prosperous new positions or new careers. Can include scalable online and offline services, including coaching and counseling that provide the kind of personalized attention many displaced workers need.
  • Youth Program
    WIA Youth Program Fox Valley Workforce Development Board (FVWDB), through cooperation with its partners, provides youth within our six counties an opportunity to participate in the WIA Youth Program. The Program has many benefits. Participants gain valuable work experience, have access to career exploration opportunities, and gain resources for further academic development such as obtaining a GED/HSED, advanced training, and enrollment into post secondary education. They also learn about the resources that the community and the Workforce Development Centers have to offer. WIA Youth Services Once an individual plan is developed, participants will receive one or more of the following services: o Mentoring o Leadership opportunities o Assistance setting and achieving goals o Paid or unpaid (volunteer) work experience o Support services o Job shadowing o 12 month follow up services Eligibility Must be between the ages of 14-21 and meet at least one of the following criteria: o High school drop out o Offender o In or aged out of foster care o Homeless o Has little or no income o Individual with disabilities o Pregnant or parenting o High school graduate currently not attending school o Requires additional assistance to complete an education program or to secure and hold employment For more information on the WIA Youth program serving Winnebago County please contact Dee Hale - ADVOCAP WIA Youth Employment Specialist deeh@sdvocap.org Phone: 920-232-6244
  • SummerInternships.com
    Helpful for Wisconsin youth trying to secure summer internships.
  • JobCentral
    Provides a single place on the internet where job seekers can find employment opportunities in all industries
  • Riley Guide
    This site is packed with web site evaluations, links and lists of career and job seeking resources. This site is widely recognized for high quality and one of the best on the internet.
  • Monster.com
    Whatever you're looking for in a job, Monster can help you find it. With the best job search tools and career advice on the planet...we'll show you how to land the job that's right for you.

  • Career Exploration Sites - Jobs
  • WORK NET

    Need Help with your Career Search?

  • ASVAB Career Exploration Program
    The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a tool designed to help 10th, 11th, 12th grade and postsecondary students make career decisions. This free program includes the world’s most widely used multi-aptitude test battery and an interest inventory.
  • Career Coach
    Career Coach is a free online career development tool that helps adults explore career options, define career goals, identify education and training resources, and make a step-by-step plan to reach their goals
  • CareerNoodle
    CareerNoodle provides a suite of engaging, authoritative, and easy-to-use career exploration and planning tools for middle, high school and college students. Utilizing active and constructivist learning theories, combined with advanced Web technologies, CareerNoodle was created with a user-centered design process that included the participation of hundreds of guidance counselors, educators and students across the nation.
  • CareerOneStop
    CareerOneStop is your pathway to career success, featuring the broadest and deepest collection of information about careers on the Web. We have information and tools to help job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals.
  • FastWeb
    The leading scholarship search provider for students. As a scholarship matching service, FastWeb matches users to scholarships based on their qualifications. The site also provides information and guidance as students find their college or first job from current news on financial aid, scholarships, college, jobs and internships, and student life.
  • Great Job!
    Great Job! is an online community for job seekers built for state/local workforce boards by Business Access. It allows WIBs to offer an unlimited amount of online resources and a social network to their mid- and high-level job seekers with easy enrollment and detailed tracking of activities.
  • JobTitled
    JobTitled is focused on helping everyone make better career decisions through the use of analytics. It’s a place to learn more about your career path and what else is out there. We believe career analytics is a powerful tool that opens up new ways of thinking about your career and the working world.
  • Kuder Journey
    Kuder Journey offers proven, web-based tools and reliable resources to help America’s job seekers plan for a career, make a career change, and keep their career on track.
  • Monster Career Advice
    A wealth of information from thought leaders and industry experts on Job Hunting Strategies, Resumes & Letters, Interviewing, Salary and Benefits, In the Workplace, Career Development and Advice Forum.
  • Monster Career Benchmarking
    Enables users to compare themselves to others in the job market. Information includes salary and compensation, work-life balance, education and benefits.
  • Career Cruising
    Use innovative software to explore, plan and execute your career goals. This site requires a username and password, which must be obtained from job center.
  • CareerSearchDatabase.com
    Helps career minded professionals, job seekers and students to make better, more informed career choices by providing highly relevant, reliable and up-to-date career information and job search resources.
  • Skill Explorer
    See how the skills and training you already have match to new employment opportunities
  • WISCareers Home Page
    This is an interactive self-assessment tool that will help you learn more about yourself and your career goals and options. It provides assessments for values, interests, and skills. This program has an extensive database of occupational information. Job outlooks, salary, and job requirements are provided as well as information about schools that offer majors for careers you select. WISCareers is available on-line to students free of charge. Contact your career/resource room help desk for instructions and a password.You must register at your local job center.
  • WORKNET

    Career Information

    WorkNet can provide you with information on the hottest new jobs!

  • CareerInfoNet/Career One-Stop
    Informed Career Decisions. Smart career decisions start here! Find wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions, millions of employer contacts nationwide, and the most extensive career resource library online.
  • Mapping Your Future
    One Stop site for students and parents with information on financial strategies, career options and college planning.
  • Work 4 Women
    A non-traditional occupations website
  • Military Career Guide Online
    The Military offers more than 4,100 unique jobs for both officers and enlisted personnel. And each year the Armed Services hire a combined 365,000 people to fill those positions. Explore this site to learn more about a career path in Today's Military.
  • O*NET ONLINE
    Making occupational information interactive and accessible for all…
  • Career Explorer
    This site lets you search nationwide for the school and career of your choice.
  • Learn How to Become
    Search career paths, research education options, job details and salaries and take the first step on you new journey

  • Self Assessment - Youth Services
  • LiveCareer
    Free career interest test.

  • Labor Market Information - Youth Services
  • WORKnet County Snapshots
    These Snapshots provide an at-a-glance view of the most recent changes in Wisconsin's local economies. Each Snapshot presents a variety of county-specific economic indicators, including employment levels, average weekly wages, unemployment claims and information on leading industries and occupations.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics Green Jobs
    Listing of green jobs from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Developing list of relevant green industries.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics Green Jobs
    Listing of green jobs from Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics article and links
    Other resources on green jobs.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Developing list of relevant green industries.
  • Bookmarks for State and Local Workforce Data
  • Guide to State and Local Workforce Data: For Analysis and Informed Decision Making
    The Guide incorporates LMI/WI data from various sources.
  • Wisconsin Labor Market Information
  • Wisconsin Occupational Projections
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    U.S. Dept. Of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook.

  • Niche Job Boards: Ex-Offender - Jobs
  • Good Will Services for Ex-Offenders
    Provides detailed job services for those with criminal backgrounds.
  • HIRE Network
    This site serves as a clearinghouse of information and resources for those with criminal backgrounds. The association seeks to increase the quality and number of job opportunities for ex-offenders.
  • The NextStep/WOTC Solutions
    The NextStep/WOTC Solutions is a program that provides services to offenders by preparing offenders for the workplace.

  • Educational Institutions - Jobs
  • Fox Valley Technical College - Appleton & Oshkosh
  • Moraine Park Technical College - Fond du Lac
  • Globe University - Appleton
  • Ripon College - Ripon
  • University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
  • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College - Green Bay
  • University of Wisconsin - Fond du Lac
  • University of Wisconsin - Fox Valley
  • Marian University – Fond du Lac
  • St. Norbert College - De Pere
  • University of Phoenix - Appleton
  • Rasmussen College - Appleton
  • University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
  • Lawrence University – Appleton

  • Area Public School District Websites -
  • Winneconne School District
  • Menasha School District

  • Area Job Centers - Youth Services
  • Waushara Co. Job Center
  • Wisconsin Job Center Directory

  • Benefits Information - Jobs
  • Benefits.gov
    The official benefits website of the U.S. government. Informs citizens of benefits they may be eligible for. Provides information on how to apply for assistance. Learn about FREE MONEY and GRANTS.
  • Social Security Administration
    This worksite provides information for youth with disabilities, employers, beneficiaries, service providers, and advocates on employment of Social Security beneficiaries.
  • Your Ticket To Work
    A comprehensive national initiative designed to assist Social Security beneficiaries with disabilities to find employment, vocational rehabilitation, and other support services from public and private providers.
  • PASS
    Within this website you will find a detailed explanation of the PASS program as well as a helpful tutorial on completing the application including the online version of the form that can be printed or saved.

  • Accessibility at Work - Disability Resources
  • ADA Resources in the Workplace
    An informative and resourceful page on disabled worker resources
  • Great Lakes ADA Center
    Offers options for visitors with low vision and other non-traditional devices for browsing such as hand held devices or TV based systems – provides technical assistance and training to businesses and people with disabilities regarding Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)
  • Disability Resources Employment
    Non-profit organization established to promote and improve awareness, availability, and accessibility of information that can help people with disabilities live, learn, love, work, and play independently. Contains links to information on jobs – how do you get them, and what you can do to improve your chances
  • Job Accomodations
    This is a free consulting service that provides information about job accommodations, ADA, and the employability of people with disabilities.
  • DWD Acessibility Resources
    This site provides accessibility resources and contacts by area, category, city, and organization. It also gives a detailed description of the universally accessible jobnet workstation.
  • Great Lakes ADA
    The Great Lakes Accessible IT Initiative completes website accessibility evaluations on request. Web pages will be evaluated against a subset of the industry-standard Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act Standards and the Web Accessibility Initiative Guidelines (WAI). They will test your more commonly used pages (sampling test is free ), however, if you want a detailed report (i.e. comprehensive test) they do charge a fee
  • Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
    Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) offers a full array of employment services for people with disabilities. Oshkosh office located at the Oshkosh Area Workforce Development Center, 315 Algoma Blvd. Oshkosh, WI or call 232-6250. DVR on-line application
  • Sensory Disability
    Provides information, referral, support and training for the deaf and hard of hearing.
  • Job Access
    The goal of job access is to enable people with disabilities to enhance their professional lives by providing a dedicated system for finding employment by working with companies, government and non profits to employ people with disabilities. By posting job opportunities with job access employers exhibit an open door policy.

  • Niche Job Boards: Diverse Populations - Jobs
  • Diversity & Inclusion Networks
    Key partnerships with diversity networks provides Job Seekers access to breadth and depth of Employers looking to target all aspects of diversity. Job Seekers can search Monster's vast database of jobs from most of these sites.

  • Niche Job Boards: 40 and Older Worker/Senior - Jobs
  • OurExperienceCounts
    Site for experienced workers of all types to learn how to be their own best Career Coach. Rich information on the "how to's" of job search in a Web 2.0 world. Online blogs and "ask an expert" provide real time answers to your questions on your job search. Workshops that you can take any time provide step by step instruction on best practices for your job search.
  • Retired Brains
    Just because you're older doesn't mean you're out of touch. Retired Brains connects seniors with jobs across the country.

  • Niche Job Boards: Military/State/Local Government - Jobs
  • FireLink
    Bringing members of the fire and rescue community together to promote firefighter safety, provide resources and services to advance careers, and to foster a community with exclusive benefits where information about the fire and rescue community is provided to the community by members of the community.
  • Military.com
    The largest military and veteran membership organization connecting service members, military families and veterans to all the benefits of service ' government benefits, scholarships, discounts, lifelong friends, mentors, great stories of military life or missions, career and educational opportunities, and much more.
  • Police Link
    Bringing together all members of the greater law enforcement community to promote officer safety and provide the latest law enforcement and police news, training, resources, and entertainment. Members include current, former, and future law enforcement officers, civilian employees of law enforcement or criminal justice organizations, and family, friends, and civilian supporters of law enforcement.
  • Transition Assistance Online
    TAOnline.com is an important resource to transitioning service members, reservists and veterans. TAOnline.com provides relevant content on the transition process, related topics, and a full service job board with opportunities geared towards transitioning service personnel. All services for job seekers are free.
  • VetJobs - Leading military job board, sponsored by VFW
    VetJobs is the leading military job board per WEDDLE's, Workforce Management Magazine, AIRS, Reader's Digest & BusinessWeek. VetJobs is for all transitioning military, veterans, DOD civilians and their family members. VetJobs Employment Assistance section provides career advice and assessment tools and prepares a candidate for the job search and interviewing process.

  • Niche Job Boards: State/Local Job Tools - Jobs
  • WECAN- Wisconsin Education Career Access Network
    This site is developed through on an ongoing collaboration with Wisconsin school districts, teachers, and teacher education programs.

  • Niche Job Boards: Tools Targeting Specific Occupat - Jobs
  • Excelle
    Connecting highly motivated business women. Members can access the perfect forum to discuss issues related to career, family and work/life balance.
  • Inside Tech
    Providing IT professionals with a unique online meeting place to keep up to date on tech news, share knowledge and experiences with peers, collaborate on solving IT issues, improve skills with training and educational resources, and, most of all, exchange tools, tips and advice to help each other in their jobs.
  • Media Buzz
    Emphasizing the 4Ps - product, price, place, and promotion - to advance individuals into their dream marketing, advertising or PR career. Providing tips on polishing resumes, creating key interview points and negotiating salary. Active professionals learn to better understand their audience, create customer relationships and find new positions.
  • Sales HQ
    Connecting members of the sales community. From recent grads to seasoned experts, this is the destination for deal making advice, improving interview skills, searching for jobs and discussing personal and professional issues.

  • Financial Aid - Youth Services
  • Student Guide to Financial Aid
    U.S. Department of Education guide for students wanting financial help. With toll-free student information hotline.



  • Oshkosh Area Workforce Development Center
    Phone (920) 232-6273
    Fax (920) 232-6242
    TDD 1 (800) 947-3529
    219 Washington Avenue, Suite 107
    Oshkosh WI 54901