Below are some websites that are specifically dedicated to jobs in technology, IT and engineering.

  • CarlTech – List of Finance and CS exploratory/diversity programs, underclassmen internships, interview prep, and mentorship programs.
  • SciTechsperience – SciTechsperience is the internship program that connects college students studying science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines to paid internships in small to mid-sized Minnesota companies.
  • Cybersecurity – Careers in cybersecurity
  • – currently one of the most well regarded job search site for people interested in job within the information technology and enginnering industry.
  • AngelList – The most extensive job portal dedicated to tech start-ups. You can filter jobs based on position, location, startup size, startup’s funding rounds and many more. Similar to LinkedIn, it also allows you to connect and message people.
  • – Computerjobs offers thousands of computer-related job postings, ranging from technical writing to programming.
  • – Job portal specifically dedicated for engineers. You can choose which type of engineering you’re interested in and also choose your location to find relevant openings in the US and Canada.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics – Check out the ‘more info’ tab under each of the specific areas of engineering for relevant resources.
  • Game Design – Brought to you by Carleton College
  • ZipRecruiter
  • Discover Data Science – Great resource for any students interested in exploring one of the fastest growing fields in STEM.
  • Remote Junior Developer Jobs – Remote job and internship postings from around the web in one place.
  • Remote Tech Jobs – Over 3,000 jobs in 37 job categories
  • Data Scientist Sample Résumé and Writing Guide – This guide will take you through a range of steps, so you can create a data scientist résumé that gets results.

In addition to these resources, Lovelace (a Carleton student organization) has created great resources on tech opportunities for freshmen and sophomores, as well as résumé and interviewing help. Check out the Lovelace resources on Google Docs (Carleton login required).