Online Placement Services
Career General Reference Materials
Career General Reference Materials
Major Guides to Online Job Listings
AfterCollege Job Resource Center. A listing of many job opportunities in many areas, primarily in the private sector.
ZipRecruiter. Links to more than 1 million organizations in the private, public, and non-profit sectors.
Career Resources for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers. Excellent and not password protected.
Communications Initiative. Open posts in development and communications organizations.
DevEx.com. Connect to the people and firms that Make Emerging Markets Work. Development job listing maintained.
Directory of Development Organizations. Links to over 25,000 development organizations.
Disco International. Sponsors Career Forums that bring together world-class companies and Japanese-English speaking job-seekers. Our Japanese students have successfully used these forums to find jobs with top multi-national corporations.
Eldis Development Gateway. The gateway to development information. Contains news, resource guides, country profiles, job info, and more. Recommended by our students.
Foreign Policy Association Job Board. Very good site for domestic and international jobs and internships in development assistance, environment, humanitarian relief, research, and others. Recommended by our students, especially for research positions.
Idealist. Nonprofit jobs and internships in 130 countries.
Job Guide. Also known as the Riley Guide. Comes highly recommended.
Jobs.Net. Resume posting, job search, and company profiles.
Relief Web. International Humanitarian vacancies.
SAIS Career Links. On-line career services from SAIS at JHU, filled with useful links. Recommended by our students.
True Careers. Search hiring company profiles.
UN Careers. The major listing of jobs at the United Nations.
UN Young Professionals Program. Recruitment test for various professional positions. Restricted by nationality.
UNDP Lead Program. A point of entry for young development professionals who are seeking a professional career with UNDP. Not restricted by nationality.
USA Jobs. US Government's Official Site for Jobs and Employment Information. Includes summer job listings, some of which can be used as a paid IPED Internship.
WashingtonJobs.com. A leading source of jobs in Washington, DC sponsored by the Washington Post.
Yellow Monday. Posts job openings in development.
Job Opportunities for Economists. This is the standard and the most comprehensive listing of job opportunities for economists. Other Listings - Some Specific to IPED
America's Job Bank
Career Builder. Searchable ads from the New York Times, Washington Post, LA Times, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, and San Jose Mercury News. Covers 2 weeks.
Catholic Relief Services. Conducts on-Campus Recruiting at Fordham.
Chronicle of Higher Education. A week's worth of ads from the Chronicle of Higher Education, both academic and nonacademic positions. Searchable by geographic region, word or phrase.
Foreign Policy Magazine
International Rescue Committee
J.P. Morgan & Co.
Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellows Program. Excellent two-year fellowship/leadership development program with one-year fieldwork, one year of policy work on hunger issues.
Lutheran World Relief
Monster Board. Strongly recommended by an alum.
One World Jobs. Contains links to job information in the non-profit sector.
Oxfam Home Page
United Nations Development Programme.
United Nations Volunteers
United States Congressional Research Service
United States Department of State
United States Foreign Agricultural Service. Cooperative work-study program that can lead to non-competitive conversion to full-time employment. IPED curriculum ideally suited to their needs.
United States International Trade Administration, Office of Human Resources Management. Lists employment opportunities. A key government employer of IPED graduates.
United States Peace Corps
United States Presidential Management Fellowship Program. Leads to fast-track career opportunities within the US federal government.
Vasey Fellowship Program. Intended to provide greater opportunity for young, promising Asian scholars to develop hands-on expertise in US-Asia policy issues.