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Information about career exploration, jobs and internships, company and salary research and specialized job and internship websites is only a click away. Take a look at these useful links to learn more.

Career exploration

Discovering subjects you’re passionate about and how to apply that passion is the first step to a career you’ll love. Look at these resources to help guide your process:

Major exploration:

  • What Can I Do with this Major?
    How others have applied their Clark majors and degrees in a variety of fields.
  • Spotlight on Careers
    An excellent resource created by the Liberal Arts Career NetWORK for students interested in more than 30 different liberal arts fields.
  • O*NET and the Occupational Outlook Handbook
    Provides information on skills and required training, values and salaries for a variety of occupations.
  • Learn How to Become
    Explore a variety of career fields and access resources to help you find opportunities.

Resources by major

Training Programs:

  • Abbott Laboratories: Professional Development Programs; engineering, environmental health & safety, financial, I.T., manufacturing, quality assurance.
  • DuPont: Early Career Development Programs: Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Sales and Marketing (Including the Marketing Leadership Development Program).
  • Eaton: Dimensions Development Programs; Accounting, Engineering, Human Resources, Information Technology, General Management, Supply Chain, Technical Sales.
  • Ingersoll-Rand: Leadership Development Programs; Engineering, Information Technology, Finance, Manufacturing, Marketing, Human Resources, Supply Chain
  • Intel: Rotation Programs; Engineering, Sales & Marketing.
  • Lockheed Martin: Leadership Development Programs; Communications, Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, Operations.
  • Pratt & Whitney: Manufacturing Engineer Development Program.

Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs Career GuideFunding for Work and Travel Abroad
US AID and Global Health Bureau staffing agencies:
IT Shows Pal-Tech
Internship Series Online: Internships in International Affairs (call for username/password)

Businesses for Social Responsibility
Chronicle of Philanthropy
Non-Profit Times
US AID: Private Voluntary Organizations
Foundation Center: nonprofit management, law and strategy as well as extensive job listings
American Association of Museums: museum jobs and information
Idealist: public service jobs in 153 countries
Cultural Survival
Young Nonprofit Professionals Network
Student Conservation Association
The Riley Guide: section on international agencies and NGOs

American Psychological Association includes great student section with info on careers and grad school
Clark’s Prehealth Career Advising Program
American Counseling Association includes a section with info on graduate training and entering the field.
National Association of Social Workers
American Mental Health Counselor Association
State Certification Requirements – School Counselor
Massachusetts Department of Education listing of certification requirements for Guidance Counselor, School Psychologist, School Adjustments Counselor and Social Worker.
American School Counselor Association for students and professionals in the field
MA Licensed Mental Health Counselor Requirements
Council of Graduate Schools
Social Psychology Network ranks Clinical PhD programs
Society for I/O Psychology

Science Careers
BioMed Central Career Network
The Protein Society is an association for professionals in academia, industry, government and non-profit institutions
Nature Jobs, science jobs recruitment website
Massachusetts Biotechnology Council Industry Directory, job and internship listings; graduate programs
Mass Technology Leadership Council, internship network and future technology leaders program
Massachusetts Life Sciences Center internship challenge
UMass Biomedical Sciences Internship Listings

Council on Social Work Education
National Association of Social Workers
Be a Social, the National Association of Social Workers site designed for students considering social work as a profession.
National Association of Social Workers Massachusetts chapter
Society for Social Work and Research
Providers Council, Massachusetts’ largest human service trade association of private providers

Harvard Kennedy School of Government list of think tanks
New England Board of Higher Education
New England Public Policy Institutes
NIRA’s World Directory of Think Tanks
Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs Career Guide

Additional resources for:

  • If you plan to experience working life outside the United States, you’ll need information and planning tools. The U.S. Department of State is an essential stop to learn about visa requirements, safety information and more.
  • Transitions Abroad provides resources for those interested in careers, internships, volunteer work, short-term work and teaching. The website also provides information about studying abroad and general travel.
  •’s Interns Abroad page connects those looking for internships in other countries with information about the region and the field. You can also find internship opportunities on this website.
  • The Institute of International Education is an independent not-for-profit international education and training organization. Look for information on scholarships, fellowships and other funding sources here.
  • If you plan to work in the European Union, read up on how CV’s are formatted in different countries, and find helpful templates, on EuroPass.

Fellowships and scholarships provide essential funding for research and experiential learning projects domestically and abroad. You can find Clark University funding opportunities and scholarship information on Clark’s website, but these additional links connect to search tools to help you further fund your work.

Find helpful tips for interviewing for fellowships here:

Learn about rankings and financing your graduate education from these links:

Clark University is home to the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and students from across majors take an interest in this subject area. The following are links to domestic and international organizations working and researching in this important field.






The Arthur and Rochelle Belfer Fund for Scholars of Holocaust Studies funds awards to undergraduate students for research or internships related to the Holocaust. The Ina R. and Haskell R. Gordon Fund for Undergraduate Students of Holocaust Studies provides annual awards to one or more undergraduate students for research, travel or internships related to the Holocaust. Contact Prof. Shelly Tenenbaum for more information.

Student populations

The following links are intended to serve as helpful resources for the ALANA (African, Latino, Asian, Native American) community.

The following links offer international students information on immigration requirements and job opportunities in the United States and abroad. We advise you to meet with Patty Doherty, director of the International Students and Scholars Office, to learn more about the required documents that must be completed to work in the United States.

These links provide information on career opportunities, your rights as a person with a disability, and gateways to job search engines.

Women will find the following links provide resources and information of workplace rights. Moreover, these resources offer job postings and resume tips focused on women.

The following links provide legal information on LGBTQ+ undergraduate experience, scholarships and rights in the workplace. You’ll also find links to job search engines featuring pro-LGBTQ+ employers.