See also Lynda.com for Libraries and Universal Class for online courses, and Career Transitions for career assessment tools and resources that help develop resume writing, interviewing and networking skills.
In addition to one-stop shopping for career, training, and job search information for general job-seekers, the site offers specialized information for specific groups of people. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
Provides links to job hunting resources, services and articles from experts. Features include an Online Job Search Guide and advice on career changing, unemployment and skill development in resume writing, interviewing and networking.
Resumes, Cover Letters and Job Applications
Resources to help you with everything from writing a resume (includes samples and templates) to acing the interview. Provided by CareerOneStop.
Virginia Career Works — Career Centers (Currently offering Employment Assistance from a Distance)
Virginia Career Works Northern and its partners operate seven Career Centers in the Northern Virginia Region. Knowledgeable center staff assist employers, job and career seekers, and youth with a comprehensive range of free employment, training, and career development services. Career Centers use public Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) dollars and other funding sources to provide employment services to local workers and employers throughout the region.
CareerOneStop: Workers with Disabilities
Find resources and information to support your successful employment..
Job Accommodation Network — Ask JAN for Individuals
Ask JAN is a free service from the Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor. Their guide for job seekers provides information and resources that can be used to find the right job.