Career Services has assembled the following list of virtual resources to assist you in your job search:

Virtual Job & Internship Information:

  • (Type in “telecommute” or “remote” as a keyword)
  • (formerly internships.com)  Use keyword search “Remote”
  • Micro-Internships (offered in collaboration with Parker Dewey)
  • (Filter – more – WFH or Remote turn on)
  • (Use keyword “remote”)
  • (COVID-19 resources)
  • (Click “remote” under location search on job tab)
  • (Use keyword search “Work from Home”)
  • (Click “Virtual & Remote Opportunities”)
  • (Type “Flexible/Remote”)
  • (Click “View Remote Jobs”)
  • University of Central Florida to rising young professionals
  • Remote internships available at: 
  • – Paid virtual internships around the US and Canada (Positions posted thru CollegeRecruiter.com)
  • – Remote internship listing and information
  •  through VIP Kid (Estimated: $18-$22/hr.)
  • Get paid to test products through (Up to $60 per test)
  • Share your skills online through , a new company geared towards the homeschooling community. No teaching experience required. (Up to $40/hr.)
  • Do a freelance project offered through (Pay varies on projects and jobs)
  • – Remote Job Boards
  • – Best Places To Find Remote Jobs
  • (subscription fee required to view all job information) 

Articles, Resources & Information

  • Updated info about for all the states
  • Free at Rasmussen College (thru July 2020)
  • Software engineering/web development:
  • (from Job Scan)
  •  (from The Muse)
  • – Free platform for all kinds of courses (including Leadership, Excel, and many courses looking at the epidemiology of COVID-19)
  • – Free online courses
  • offers low-cost Excel and other courses
  • – A low-cost resource for fantastic upskilling courses
  • offers certification and online courses: 
  • amid COVID-19

Tips For Remote/Virtual Work

  • Utilizing the , begin to research the specifics of various jobs within your desired field. On ONET, start with “Occupation Quick Search” in upper right and enter a simple search term, like “film,” “biology,” or “mobile apps.” The search will bring up a list of possible jobs. Click on the job titles to read what skills and abilities are needed in this job. What are ways that you can grow your skills now?
  • Utilize the to learn more about your field.
  • Join a in your field to network, gain access to career and professional development and other information that can help build your skills:
  • LinkedIn has a lot of great courses through LinkedIn Learning: