Online Tools + Resources
Educate to Career
As a non-profit, Educate to Career (ETC) includes data and programs for career counselors, college institutional effectiveness departments, as well as for employers and recruiters. Using this program, students can learn the occupational outcomes derived in various majors, the salaries associated with these outcomes, and also where to pursue their education along with tuition data.
GoinGlobal includes more than 10,000 pages of updated content on job search sources, work permit/visa regulations, résumé writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural/interviewing advice, major listings by industry sector, non-profits, and volunteer opportunities. This is a free resource.
Jobipedia.org is a free service and resources designed specifically for entry level job seekers looking for advice to support their path to employment, but can be used by anyone looking for honest and reliable career advice. Every answer written on jobipedia.org is written by a professional currently employed to hire and recruit at a jobipedia.org contributing company.
Students can think of LinkedIn as a professional social media service that connects employers and professionals with one another. LinkedIn operates the world’s largest professional network on the internet with more than 467 million members in 200 countries and territories. Visit LinkedIn to connect with your potential employer. This is a free resource that requires you to set up an account.
This website contains comprehensive occupational information. To develop a skilled workforce, this website gathers data on the nature of work for various occupations, educational requirements, links to training programs for different occupations, salary information, and much more. Data presented in this website is continuously added to by workers in each occupation. Visit O*Net Online today. This is a free resource.
Vault.com publishes insider guides and research documentation on companies, industries, and careers around the globe. Explore internship and employment opportunities with Vault’s comprehensive search tool that filters results by geographic location, industry, and more. Access Vault.com today and search for your next career opportunity. This is a free resource.
Career Development Guides
Career Resources for Students with Disabilities
Navajo Nation Office of Special Education & Rehabilitation Services Funded by the United States Department of Education, this program assists people with disabilities in obtaining and maintaining employment. For more information, please contact their Crownpoint office, which is located in the Navajo Technical University Empowerment Center, at (505) 786-2259 or by emailing Albert Calamity at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) helps eligible individuals with documented disabilities find suitable employment. VR is a voluntary program, and services persons who want to work. DVR is committed to helping clients succeed and partners with companies and agencies hoping to diversify their workforce. To learn more about DVR, please contact Ela Yazzie-King, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, at (505) 722-6045 or by emailing email@example.com.
NTU Office of Disability Accommodation Services
The Disability Accommodations Specialist provides accommodation services to students with disabilities such as counseling support, professional guidance for staff and faculty, coordinating with NTU counselors to monitor progress of accommodation services, and conducts referrals to appropriate external agencies. Contact the Office of Disability Accommodation Services at (505) 786-4163, by emailing Virginia Edgewater at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by stopping in at the Student Union Building, office 228.
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Office of Career Services
Location: Student Union Building second floor, office 214
Phone: (505) 786-4358