Cornell University

Resources

The main career library in 103 Barnes Hall serves all Cornell students. It consists of 550 books and 582 websites; information on law schools, medical schools, and other graduate programs; and test prep materials. There is a media room for accessing the web and printing information. Hours are 8:00 am—4:30 pm, Monday—Friday, year-round. Numerous additional online resources can be found in the Link Library.

The Arts & Sciences, Barnes, College of Agriculture and Life Science, Engineering, and Human Ecology career library databases can be accessed through the top link below.

Other Helpful Resources

  • Career Beam (for current students and alumni)
    Resources include career exploration and planning; resume, cover letter, and interview preparation; and industry resources such as First Research Industry reports that cover hundreds of industries in North America.
  • Career Insider (powered by Vault) (current students only)
    Access resources to explore a variety of professions/industries; search and apply for jobs and internships; and learn how to craft effective application materials. Review the downloadable VAULT Guides to broaden your knowledge on a myriad of topics including consulting, law, finance, interviewing, graduate schools, top employers, and more!
  • Cornell University Library
    Search the Cornell University Library for resources. It holds over 8 million volumes and over a million ebooks. With close to 5 million journal article downloads per year and 91 percent of the 120,000 current serial titles available online, the Library's digital collection continues to grow at a rapid pace.
  • JGSM (Management School) Library
    Access over 70 databases such as Factiva to review comprehensive company profiles, create lists of potential employers, and stay current on global and business news.
     
  • LinkedIn
    LinkedIn is a valuable tool for networking with Cornell alumni and others, exploring careers, and searching for jobs and internships. Review resources available about networking, building a profile, using an alumni tool, and other topics. Also informative is a LinkedIn blog; for example, in the blog are results of a data- mining project that show common career transitions, starting from a particular job title. Stay up to date on industry news and career advice through LinkedIn Pulse: you can browse through the top posts or receive more tailored information by following channels or top LinkedIn influencers.