One-Stop Career Center at the Davis Branch Library
Stop by the One-Stop Career Center to: find a job, select a new career, create or cleanup your resume, prepare for your interview, get references ready, connect with your network, update your social profiles, make your voicemail professional and find state approved eligible training providers.
Free and open to the public. Drop-ins welcome. Run by career counselors and coaches.
Hours: Tuesday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m., Wednesday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Thursday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Call (530) 312-5860 for more information.
Looking to sharpen your online job hunting skills?
Check out JobScout!
This new, free, and easy-to-use resource can help you how to get started looking for work online, and teach you the skills you need to do it successfully. For more information about JobScout, visit any of the Yolo County Library branches.
Visit the Yolo County Department of Employment and Social Services for more information about career resources
Regional / Local
County of Yolo Employment: County of Yolo job opportunities.
CalJobs: Web listings from the Employment Development Department with local information
City of Davis Employment: City of Davis job opportunities.
City of West Sacramento Employment: City of West Sacramento job opportunities.
City of Sacramento Employment: Lists job openings with the city of Sacramento.
County of Sacramento Employment: County of Sacramento job information
JobStar: Jobstar contains links to local Jobstar sites within the state along with information on salaries, job fairs and more.
Sacramento Bee Job Ads: Sacramento Bee employment ads.
Sacramento Employment & Training Agency: Integrates employment, education and training resources through the Sacramento Works Career Centers. Also provides information on Business Information Centers and helpful links for small business owners.
Sacramento.Jobs: Has listings of available jobs in the Sacramento area with direct links to employers. Job searches can be scoped by geographically location or by job title.
SanFrancisco.Jobs: Has listings of available jobs in the San Francisco Bay area with direct links to employers. Job searches can be scoped by geographically or by job title.
Solano County Employment: Check here for jobs with the county of Solano.
Sutter Health Employment: Check here for Sutter Health facilities jobs.
U.C. Davis Employment: U.C. Davis job opportunities.
Woodland Police Department: Lists jobs with the Woodland police department.
California Employment Development Department: One stop centers provide information on jobs and job training in local areas.
https://www.usajobs.gov/: The official site of job and employment information for the federal government.
America's Job Bank: Has nation-wide job listings including links to 2,000 state employment service offices.
California Jobs: This is a microsite featuring direct links to individual job recruitment website for various companies in California.
California Job Source: California Job Source has listing for both northern and southern California.
HeadHunter.com can help you search by field of interest and post a resume.
Job-Hunt: Using Job Hunt you can search for a job by location, employer or type of job. Also has information on job fairs and tips on resumes and job interviewing.
Job Square: Post resumes, search for jobs or pick up some resume tips.
Net-Temps: Lists temporary jobs from Accounting and Fianance to health care and management.
Saludos: Site devoted to assisting Hispanics in career development and finding a job.
Yahoo Employment and Work: Yahoo offers links to jobs and career information. You can also find sites dealing with workplace issues.
CareerOneStop: Find information on careers, financial aid for training, job openings and resume building.
The Job Hunter's Bible: This site is a supplement to What Color is Your Parachute? You can find information on resume creation and posting, how to network to find a job and a lot more. There are also links to job listings by regions.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: This handbook is revised every two years and is provided in PDF format. This site provides information about specific types of jobs, pay and outlook over the next several years.
The Princeton Review: Princeton Review site offers career assessment and links on preparing resumes, cover letters, portfolios and getting ready for interviews.
The Riley Guide: The Riley Guide has links to job listings, preparing for a job search, developing resumes and cover letters.
Healthcare Careers: Information about the various healthcare career fields from anesthesiologist to ultrasound technician.
Registered and Licensed Vocational Nursing Programs: http://www.rn.ca.gov/schools/rnprograms.shtml : Lists programs in California to become a LVN or registered nurse at both public and private institutions.
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Job Scout: JobScout is an online learning platform that will teach you the basic Internet skills you need to find a job.
TERC : Testing and Education Reference Center is designed to help students — in high school, graduate school, and specialty school and beyond — make their future education decisions easier. TERC provides information on colleges, technical schools, practice entrance exams, and certification and professional license exams that show students what to expect and how to prepare for the next level. The Resume Builder and Virtual Career Library assist job seekers by providing specific examples and tips for the job search.