Helpful Links




General Online Internship and Job Search Sites

The Office of Career Services offers one-on-one meetings and programs centered around internship and job search strategies. In addition to our online portal, Handshake, the following search engines have been helpful to students:

    The #1 job site to search for internships/jobs, post resumes, and research companies
  • Idealist
    Access to internships, jobs and volunteer opportunities at not-for-profits
  • LinkedIn
    Access to jobs based on your profile and career interests
  • Uncubed
    Start-up and tech opportunities
  • WayUp
    Access to jobs and internships, industry guides, interviewing tips and more
  • On-Campus and local Jobs
    Opportunities posted through the Office of Student Employment
  • Quadjobs
    Part-time off campus jobs

Career Information

When pursuing career prospects, it’s important to have a firm understanding of what each industry requires. The following sites offer detailed information about all major fields.

  • Buzzfile
    Discover, research, and network with thousands of potential employers
  • Glassdoor
    Search a database of millions of company reviews, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, and more
  • LinkedIn Salary
    Discover your earning potential with LinkedIn Salary. Explore salaries by job title and location. See how years of experience, industry, location and more can influence your salary
    Research salaries in various career paths.  Review the Cost-of-Living calculator to compare living-cost and salary differentials to help make an informed comparison
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    Provides career information on duties, education and training, salary and job outlook for hundreds of occupations
  • O*NET OnLine
    Explore careers and view detailed job descriptions
  • Vault Find out what it’s really like to work within an industry, company, or profession, and how to position yourself to start, advance, or change your career. View Company Rankings, Company Reviews and Internship Programs


Networking is one of the most successful ways to find an internship or job. Students stay connected to alumni and employers they meet through Career Services events and other programming by adding them on LinkedIn.

Leverage the world’s largest professional network to build relationships and connect to opportunities.

Finding Alumni Connections

The Sarah Lawrence education fosters active engagement from our alumni. Graduates are invested in our students, regularly offering informational interviews and other advice. Many of these meetings have been arranged using SLC Connect (SLC's online community) or LinkedIn. If you are interested in connecting with an alumnus in your field, we recommend using the following tools.