Career Planning Resources and Resume Banks

Career Planning Resources and Resume Banks

 For information about doctorates by field of study, contact the relevant organization listed below.

  • Biological Sciences
    American Institute of Biological Sciences
    1444 Eye Street, NW
    Suite 200
    Washington, DC 20005

  • Chemistry
    American Chemical Society
    1155 16th Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20036
  • Computer Sciences
    Computing Research Association
    1100 17th Street, NW
    Suite 507
    Washington, DC 20036-4632

  • Engineering
    American Association of Engineering Societies
    1828 L Street, NW
    Suite 906
    Washington, DC 20036
    1.888.400.2237 (toll free)

  • Health Sciences
    National Institute of General Medical Sciences
    National Institutes of Health
    Bethesda MD 20892-6200

  • Mathematics
    American Mathematical Society
    201 Charles Street
    Providence RI 02940-6248Washington, DC 20005

  • Physics
    American Institute of Physics
    One Physics Ellipse
    College Park MD 20740-3843

  • Business & Management
    Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
    600 Emerson Road
    Suite 300
    St. Louis MO 63141-6762

  • Economics
    American Economics Association
    2014 Broadway
    Suite 305
    Nashville TN 37203

  • Education
    Association of Teacher Educators
    1900 Association Drive
    Suite ATE
    Reston VA 20191-1502

  • English & Foreign Languages
    Modern Language Association
    26 Broadway, 3rd Floor
    New York NY 10004-1789

  • History
    American Historical Association
    400 A Street, SE
    Washington DC 20003-3889
  • Political Science
    American Political Science 1527 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20036-1206

  • Psychology
    American Psychological Association
    750 First Street, NE
    Washington, DC 20002-4242
    TDD/TTY: 202.336.6123

General & Academic Career Resources

    The UW-Superior Career Services counsels
    students in the exploration, development and implementation of their major and career plans. (Career Plans can include graduate and professional school, services and/or employment activities). Provides career assessment to students and alumni to help them identify their strengths, interests, skills, values and personality traits in order to make intelligent career and life choices. Teaches career success strategies for successful transition from college to career. Connects students and alumni to the community and employers by providing a web-based recruiting system of postings for internship, volunteer, part-time and full-time opportunities. Provides a network of professionals to students and alumni by coordinating programming and resources which offer opportunities for alumni and friends to connect with the university.
    one of the largest online databases concentrating on open positions in higher education
    This is a new resource for students and job seekers looking for in-depth career information and guidance. It is a non-commercial organization that provides detailed insight on how to 45 of today's most popular careers.

    Anyone can view our free career guides at the following pages:
    How to Become a Mechanical Engineer

    How to Become an Electrical Engineer