Use these online resources to start building a successful career!



Almost all job applications require an email address.  If you don't have an email address, you should start your job search by creating an email account.

Obtain your email address:

Google's popular, free, and easy to use email service. Free email from Microsoft, used by many businesses. Ultra secure, free email service with easy registration.



Learn how to use email
with this free tutorial
from GCF LearnFree.

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Most jobs that you apply for will require a resume.
If you don't have a resume, write one today using these free tools.

Use one of the pre-made resume templates to create your personal resume by filling in your personal information.

Then print your resume.

Finally download your resume
to a USB drive or to email to yourself.



Create your personal resume, with one of the many easy to use resume templates, by filling it in with your personal information.

Then you can print it.

Download your resume to a USB drive or store it on your Google drive on the cloud.

Learn the essentials in writing a fantastic resume
to wow your next perspective employer.


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These sites will help you find a career based upon your skill set, work history, and education.

Career One Stop

Provides advice on millions of jobs.  Set up alerts to be first in line for new job opportunities with email alerts.

Learn How To Become

Whether you are a new graduate or a seasoned professional, this site will help you find the best career. This site will lead you through the entire process of securing the right job, from finding the right job, writing a resume, doing well in an interview, and more!

Learning Express

Guides job seekers through the most effective career selection and job search possible.  Also, prepares with job searching, interviewing and more.


Occupational Outlook Handbook

Learn about working conditions, training, earnings and job outlook for different occupations. Provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.


O*NET Resource Center

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, this is the nation's primary source of occupational information, containing hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors on almost 1,000 occupations covering the entire U.S. economy. 

This resource has proven vital in helping people find the training and jobs they need.

Reference Solutions

Provides tools to find companies that match your degree or interests.
Search for jobs by job type, company, and location and link to company profiles to further research hiring companies. The mapping tools can pinpoint openings in specific geographic areas making job searching in rural areas much more effective.

Vocational & Career Collection

Offers the latest industry-specific information, and articles on interviewing, resumes, compensation and other pertinent subjects. 

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Find job openings with these popular job searching sites.

Career Builder

Search for jobs by job type, keywords, salary, and company names. Includes honest reviews of companies people using Career Builder have been interviewed and hired by.

Career One Stop

Looking for a new job? Get advice and search millions of jobs, set alerts to be first in line and have new job opportunities emailed to you.


Gives an inside look into companies with salaries, company reviews, and interview questions directly posted by employees themselves. Search and apply for jobs at the companies you are interested in.


Puts job seekers first, giving free access for searching jobs, posting resumes, and researching companies.

Linked in

Links employers with potential employees.  You can manage your professional identity by building and engaging with a network of employers in your profession.


Look for jobs in your area.  Search by job title, job category, location, company.  Has tools to help with negotiating salary and career advice.


Looking for employment with the Federal Government?  USAJOBS will help you find it. Search by job title, department, agency, occupation, and location.

Work In

A comprehensive, easy-to-use, online job search resource and matching system. Provides recruiting assistance to Texas Employers of all types and sizes and job search assistance to any individual seeking work in Texas.

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Find job openings with major local employers and the assistance from local community agencies.

Angelo State University

Search staff, faculty, athletic, and student positions at the local university.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas

Browse through a list of open positions at this major health insurance provider.

City of San Angelo

Look through a list of job openings with the city.

Concho Valley Workforce Solutions

Find job opportunities using a list of employers from around the Concho Valley.

Howard College

Find current job openings offered at the college.

San Angelo Independent School District

Professional, para-professional, manual trades and substitute job opportunities at SAISD.

Shannon Medical Center

Browse a list of currently available health care positions at the Shannon Medical Center.


Find employment with the leading contact center provider in the world.

Texas Workforce Commission

Find employment opportunities with a list of state agencies and universities.

Tom Green County

Offers a wide variety of challenging employment opportunities in the fields of law enforcement, road and bridge construction, legal records management, general administration and operations, and other areas.



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Find great tips to prepare for that important interview!

Discover interview resources and tips
including interview types,
common questions and salary negotiation.

Learn tips and strategies to prepare for,
conduct and follow up
after a job interview.

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