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Job Search Resources

Job Boards

FlexJobs: – Find remote, work from home, and flexible job opportunities.

Finalist: – A tech career community for tech & data college students. Sign up to receive their weekly email for access to entry-level jobs, internships, virtual events, interview tips, tech news, and weird internet finds. NOTE: Experienced professionals may find the weekly email useful also, as it will inform you about companies that are hiring, especially companies that may not yet be on your job search “radar screen”.

Mediabistro: – Media and content professionals can find full-time and freelance work, develop skills, and build connections.

SnagA Job: – We’re the country’s largest platform for hourly work, with 100 million registered job seekers and job opportunities at 700,000 employer locations in the US and Canada. We take the work out of finding the right job or the perfect worker.


Drexel Hamilton is dedicated to locating, training and employing disabled service veterans into meaningful careers in the financial services industry.  See here for more info.

Disability Resources

Resume and Employment Guide for People With Disabilities: People with disabilities encounter numerous challenges in securing employment. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 17.9 percent of persons with a disability were employed compared to 61.8 percent for persons without a disability. This resource includes information such as laws that protect your rights, and dealing with workplace discrimination and harassment.

7 Resources for People With Disabilities to Break Into Software Engineering Careers Research shows that people with disabilities are considerably underrepresented in computer science and programming jobs despite there being many recent advancements in assistive technologies. This guide goes over resources for those with disabilities who are interested in software engineering/computer science careers. Resource include disability-specific job boards, scholarships, events, and more.

Tech Industry

Startup Decoder is an online community for older professionals venturing into the tech industry. If your career has been in the corporate world and you’re now jumping into startup life, there’s a world of learning required. Yes, you have decades of experience. But you’ll need to adapt it to startup life. And you’ll need to navigate the cultural minefield of being surrounded by co-workers young enough to be your children. Startup Decoder is a hub where you can find the answers to all your startup questions, which will allow you to jump into work at the highest level.


CIRKEL is a platform connecting a community of professionals ages 20-70+ who connect for two-way career support and mentorship. CIRKEL connects professionals across ages and career stages for mutual growth and co-mentorship. Curated connections have helped professionals of all ages pivot careers, get hired, start new businesses, and form lifelong friendships.