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Careers in Psychology - This comprehensive guide to careers in Psychology describes the entire spectrum of jobs in the field, contains interviews with practicing psychologists, gives tips on choosing a school, informs about internship opportunities, describes licensure requirements, and lists current job openings.

Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance (2011)  - This encyclopedia provides career information about 750 jobs in 90 industries and features articles on the job search, such as how to  use online social networking to stay on the cutting edge in today’s employment market. - Learn about internship opportunities in diverse fields and venues. Be sure to include Yeshiva University as you create your account. Use ONLY the internship listings portion of this site, not the resume tools. Yeshiva University's Career Development Center will work with you to help you develop your resume. Start by reading  this tip sheet .

Occupational Outlook Handbook - Published by the U.S. Dept. of Labor, this handbook provides information regarding hundreds of occupations including training and education needed, earnings, job prospects, job descriptions, and working conditions. - Search this highly customizable database of online masters programs, financial aid, and employment information to find the field of study and degree program that best suits you. Data is culled from government and school sources. 

UniworldBP - Directory of Israeli companies in the US and US companies operating In Israel. Visit the Career Development Center website for login and password information the first time you access UniworldBP.

Vault Career Insider - A comprehensive database of information about careers. Create your own personal account the first time you access this site and then take advantage of the full range of resources it provides.

Yeshiva University Career Development Center (CDC) - The CDC offers a wide range of careers programs and resources to undergraduate students at Yeshiva College, Stern College for Women and Syms School of Business on both the Beren and Wilf campuses.