Wikipedia - Free Ency
301 Anthropology, (Cultural anthropology), (Social anthropology), (Physical anthropology), (Archaeology), (Linguistics), (Ethnology), (Ethnography), (Indigenous peoples)
301.45 Afro-Americans - Segregation - Southern States - History, (Jim Crow Laws), Southern States - History - 1865-1951, Southern States - Race relations, (Race discrimination - United States)
301.55 Mass Media, (Popular Culture), (Flash Mob)
302.2 Signs and symbols, Communication
302.23 Mass media, (Mass communication), (Media), (TV), (Magazines), (Radio), (Newspapers)
302.3 Bullying, Bullying - Prevention, (Cyberbullying), Bullies
303.3 Public opinion polls, Quality of life, Social values, Values, (Best employers)
303.6 Terrorism, Terrorists - Biography, (9/11)
304.6 Population, Birthrate, Mortality, Vital statistics, Human fertility, (Death rate), (Mortuary statistics), (Demography), (Birth rate), (Marriage statistics)
305.23 Children, Children and adults, Child development, (Child rearing), (Child abuse), (Child welfare), (Teenagers), (Teenage pregnancy)
305.26 Aging, Retirement, (Senior citizens), (Seniors), (Aged), Elderly, Gerontology, Old age, (Older adults)
305.4 Women, Women - Identity, (Women - History), (Women - Social Conditions)
305.896 Blacks, African Americans, (Afro-Americans), (Blacks - United States), (Black History Month), Blacks - Canada, Blacks - Great Britain
307.76 City life, Cities and towns, Urban sociology, (Town life), (Urban life)
314.1 Great Britain - Census, United Kingdom - Census, Great Britain - Statistics, United Kindgom - Statistics, (Scotland - Census), (Northern Ireland - Census)
317.1 Canada - Census, Canada - Statistics
317.3 United States - Census, United States - Statistics
319.4 Australia - Census, Australia - Statistics
320.1 Political science, Political ethics
322.4 Ku Klux Klan, (K.K.K.)
323 Human rights, Civil rights, United States - Civil rights, Blacks - Civil rights, African Americans - Civil rights, (Basic rights)
323.3 Women's rights, Women's movement, Feminism, (Women - Civil rights), (Women - Emancipation), (Women - Equal rights), (Women - Suffrage)
323.44 Freedom of action, Freedom of information, Freedom of religion, Freedom of speech, Freedom of the press, Intellectual freedom, Books - Censorship, (Banned books), (Social justice), (Equality)
323.6 Citizenship, Citizenship - Australia, Citizenship - Canada, Citizenship - United Kingdom, Citizenship - United States, (Passports)
324.271 Political parties - Canada, Conservative Party of Canada, Liberal Party of Canada, New Democratic Party, (Canadian Federal Political Parties)
324.273 Political parties - United States, Democratic Party (U.S.), Republican Party (U.S.), Third Parties (United States politics)
325 Immigrants, Immigration and emigration
326 Underground railroad, Slavery, (Slave trade), Abolitionists, (Abolition of slavery)
327.1 Peace, Peace movement, Arms control, Arms race, (Disarmament)
330.1 Lost and found possessions, (Lost pets), (Lost articles), (Found items)
331 Labor market, (United States - Bureau of Labor Statistics)
331.25 Pensions, Retirement income, Military pensions, Old age pensions, (Social security), (Naval pensions), (War pensions), (Old age insurance), (Compensation), (Survivor's benefits), (Disability benefits), (Children's benefits), (Retirement pension)
331.3 Age and employment, Children - Employment, (Child labor)
331.5 Apprentices, (Employees - Training), (Occupational training), (Labor)
331.7 Occupations, (Jobs), (Careers), (Job search), (Employment), (Trades), Vocational guidance
332.024 Personal finance, Estate planning, Saving and thrift, (Financial planning, Personal), (Finance, Personal), (Budgets, Personal), (Registered Retirement Savings Plans - RRSP), (Registered Retirement Income Fund - RRIF), (Retirement income - Planning), (Tax-Free Savings Account - TFSA)
332.1 Banks and banking, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
332.10971 Banks and banking - Canada
332.10973 Banks and banking - United States
332.4 Money, Coinage, Mints, Paper money, Gold, Inflation (Finance), (Currency), (Standard of value), (Legal tender), Exchange, Foreign exchange, (Exchange rates)
332.63 Stocks, (Stock market), (Stock quotes), Bonds, Mutual funds, Securities, (Investments), (Foreign investments)
332.64 Stock exchange, (Securities exchange)
332.7 Credit cards, Debt, Loans, Mortgages, Consumer credit
332.8 Interest (Economics), Interest rates, (Prime rates)
333.33 Real estate business, Houses - Buying and selling, (Home buying), (Home purchase), (Real property), (Realty), (Apartments), (Rentals)
336.2 Taxation, (Income tax), (IRS), (CRA), (CCRA), (Revenue Canada), (Tax returns), (Taxes)
336.3 Public debts, (Government debts), (National debts)
338 Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship, (Home-based business), (Small business), Businesspeople, (Business people), (Self-employed), (Freelancers)
338.1 Farm produce - Marketing, (Farmers markets), (Agricultural products), (Farm crops)
338.4 Consumer goods, (Consumer products), (Merchandise)
338.5 Consumer price indexes, (Cost of living indexes)
338.7 Business enterprises, Corporations (Business organizations), (Businesses), (Firms), (Companies)
338.9 Subsidies, Economic policy, (Grants), (Federal aid), (Business and government), (Economic planning)
340 Law, (Jurisprudence), (Laws), (Statutes), (Case law), (Legal forms), Law - Directories
Governments: (See countries, e.g.: 971 Canada, 973 USA)
341.3 Embassies and consulates, Diplomacy, Diplomatic and consular service, International relations
345 Trials (Homicide), Criminal law, Trials (Murder), (Manslaughter), (Crime), (Cold case), (Offenses against the person), (War crime trials), (Courts martial and courts of inquiry), (Poisons and poisoning)
345.052 Wiretapping - Law and legislation
346.0434 Landlord and Tenant
346.05 Estate planning, Inheritance and transfer tax, (Tax planning), (Personal finance)
346.4 Copyright, Fair use (Copyright), (Intellectual property), (Literary property), (International copyright), (Cyberlaw), Trademarks, (Logos), (Company symbols), (Corporate symbols), (Trade marks)
347.053 Class actions
349.71 Law - Canada
349.73 Law - United States
352.230941 Prime ministers - Great Britain
352.230971 Prime ministers - Canada
352.230973 Presidents - United States
353.8 School boards, (Boards of education) - See 371.2 Schools - Administration
355 Military readiness
358.38 Biological warfare, (Bacterial warfare), (Germ warfare)
361.3 Volunteer work, (Volunteers), (Volunteering)
361.6 Social policy, (Government policy), (National planning), (Social planning)
361.7068 Fund raising, (Fundraising)
361.8 Charities, (Charity organization), (Charitable institutions), (Humanitarianism), (Philanthropy), (Endowments)
362.1 Hospitals, Hospitals - United States
362.2 Mentally ill, (Insane), (Insanity), (Sanity), (Mentally deranged)
362.204251 Emergency and rescue operations, (Acts of Kindness), (Real life heroes), (Rescue)
362.29 Alcoholism, Drug abuse, Substance abuse, (Addiction to alcohol), (Drug addiction)
362.4 Handicapped, (Disabled), Deaf, Deafness, Hearing impaired, Physically handicapped, Blind, Blindness, People with visual disabilities
362.7 Child support, Child abuse, Child sexual abuse, Child welfare, Abandoned children, (Deadbeat dads), (Deadbeat moms), (Deadbeat parents)
362.8297 Missing children
363.1 Accidents - Prevention, Safety education, (Safety measures), (Water safety)
363.12 Aircraft accidents, (Aeronautics - Accidents), (Air crashes), (Airplane accidents), (Aviation accidents), (Plane crashes)
363.1251 Drunk driving, (Driving while intoxicated), (Driving under the influence of alcohol)
363.17 Poisons and poisoning, Hazardous substances, (Toxic substances)
363.2 Police, Law enforcement
363.25 Fingerprints, Fingerprints - Identification, Criminal investigation, Criminals - Identification, Forensic sciences
363.28 Secret Service 363.33 Gun control, (Firearms - Law and legislation), (Right to bear arms) 363.34 Disaster relief, (Disaster preparedness), (Emergency preparedness) 363.7 Environment, Environmental protection, Noise pollution, (Pollution - Prevention), (Pollution control), (Conservation movement), (Green movement), (Ecological movement)
363.72 Hazardous wastes, (Toxic wastes)
363.738 Acid rain
363.739 Pollution, Air pollution - Measurement, (Atmosphere - Pollution), Water pollution, (Soil pollution)
364.1 Computer crimes, Impostors and imposture, (Hoaxes), (Charlatans), (Pretenders), (Chain letters)
364.16 Fraud, False personation, Credit card crimes, Swindlers and swindling, (Identity theft), (Con artists), (Con game)
364.6 Capital punishment, (Death penalty), (Executions), (Hanging)
366 Secret societies
Scouts and scouting, (Boy Scouts), (Girl Scouts), (Girl Guides)
370.19 Foreign study, Foreign students, (College students), (Overseas study), (Study abroad)
371 Schools (K-12), (K12), (Education), (Homework)
371.04 Home schooling, (Home-based education), (Home education), (Home instruction), (Home teaching by parents), (Homeschooling)
371.102 Teaching, (Art of teaching), (Methods of teaching)
371.12 (Teacher qualifications), (Professional qualifications of teachers), (Certification of teachers)
371.2 Schools - Administration, (School management and organization), (Acceptable use policy - AUP)
371.26 Educational tests and measurements, Examinations, Intelligence tests, Psychological tests, Ability - Testing, (Tests), (Achievement tests), (Objective tests), (Educational measurements), (Intelligence testing), (Mental tests), (IQ tests), (I.Q. tests)
371.3 Teaching - Aids and devices, Teaching machines, Programmed instruction, Computer assisted instruction, (Instructional materials), (Teaching materials), (Lesson plans)
See also WebQuests - Web-based lesson plans (Internet activities for educational purposes)
371.3028 Homework, Study skills, (Art of learning), (Method of study), (Study strategies)
371.39 Tutors and tutoring, (Tutorial), (Tutorials), (Learning), (Education at home), (Home instruction), (Courses of study)
371.42 Vocational guidance, (Vocational education), (Career education)
371.7 Safety education, School violence, (Student violence), (School vandalism), (Violence in schools), (Accidents - Prevention)
372 Elementary schools
373 High schools
374 Discussion groups, Voice chat
374.0973 Literacy - United States - Statistics, Adult education - United States, Educational surveys - United States
377.2 Character, Moral education, (Character education)
378 Colleges and universities
378.13 Alumni and alumnae - Directories
378.3 Scholarships, Student aid, Student loan funds, (Bursaries), (Fellowships), (Scholarship funds), (Student financial assistance)
379.158 School standards and accreditation, (Educational standards)
380 Commerce, communications, transportation
380.1 Markets, and 381 Telemarketing (See 658.8 Auctions, Direct selling, Telemarketing, Online bookstores)
380.106 Chamber of commerce, (Boards of trade)
381.13 Franchises (Retail trade)
382 International economic relations, International trade, (International organization), (Internatioal cooperation), (World economics), (Economic planning), (Social policy)
383 Postal service, Postal code, Zip code, Postage stamps, (Mail service), (Post office), Postcards
384 Electronic mail systems (E-mail or email addresses), Telephone (Telephone directories), Video telephone, Chat dictionaries, Data transmission systems, Telecommunication, (Wireless)
384.54 Radio stations, Radio broadcasting, Radio programs, Amateur radio stations, (Ham radio stations), (High-frequency radio), (Citizens band radio)
384.55 Television, Television broadcasting, Public television, Television and youth, Television and children, (Educational television)
387.5 Merchant marine, (Sailors), (Seamen)
388.4 City traffic, Traffic engineering, Local transit, (Street traffic), (Urban traffic), (Highway transportation)
391 Costume, Fashion, Clothing and dress
391.413 Shoes, (Footwear), (Boots)
391.6 Perfumes, Tattooing
392.1 Female circumcision
392.5 Weddings, Marriage customs and rites, (Bridal customs), (Honeymoon)
394.26 Holidays, Festivals, (Christian holidays), (Religious holidays), (Chinese New Year), (Valentine's Day), (Easter), (Halloween), (Veterans' Day), (Thanksgiving Day)
394.268 Christmas, Christmas customs, Christmas cards, Christmas cookies, Christmas decorations, (Santa Claus), (St. Nicholas), (St. Nick), (Xmas)
398 Folklore, (Folk lore), (Folk tales), (Traditions) 398.2 Fables, Fairy tales, Legends, Urban legends (Hoaxes)
398.22 Arthurian romances, Grail, (King Arthur), (Holy Grail), (Arthur, King - Romances), (Knights of the Round Table)
398.24 Mythical animals, Animals - Folklore, Dragons, (Monsters)
398.8 Nursery rhymes
The 48 Laws of Power
by Robert Greene
(Mass Market Paperback)
by Niccolo Machiavelli
48 Laws of Power from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A few sample laws:
● Law 1: Never Outshine the Master. ● Law 2: Never put too Much Trust in Friends, Learn how to use Enemies. ● Law 3: Conceal your Intentions. ● Law 4: Always Say Less than Necessary. ● Law 7: Get others to do the Work for you, but Always Take the Credit ... ● Law 15: Crush your Enemy Totally. ● Law 20: Do Not Commit to Anyone. ● Law 26: Keep Your Hands Clean. ● Law 35: Master the Art of Timing. ● Law 46: Never appear too Perfect.
Niccolò Machiavelli and The Prince from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Political Science & Government. Selected list of resources in Political Science from University of Arizona Library. See also Politics and Political science from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Handbook of Texas Online: Ku Klux Klan. The history of the Ku Klux Klan in Texas by Christopher Long. The Handbook of Texas Online is a joint project of The General Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical Association.
Ku Klux Klan (KKK) from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. KKK is the name of several past and present secret domestic militant organizations in the United States ... best known for advocating white supremacy and acting as terrorists while hidden behind conical hats, masks and white robes. Today, researchers estimate there may be more than 150 Klan chapters with 5,000-8,000 members nationwide. The U.S. government classifies them as hate groups.
Ku Klux Klan. Facts and Summary from HISTORY.com. "Invisible Empire: Knights of the Ku Klux Klan" - "Founding of the Ku Klux Klan. A group including many former Confederate veterans founded the first branch of the Ku Klux Klan as a social club in Pulaski, Tennessee, in 1866. The first two words of the organizationís name supposedly derived from the Greek word 'kyklos,' meaning circle ... the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) extended into almost every southern state by 1870.
Ku Klux Klan Filmography from University of North Carolina.
Ku Klux Klan - KKK - FBI Records: The Vault. 676 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and archived on CD-ROM covering the Ku Klux Klan. Files contain approximately 350 narrative pages. The FBI investigated the Ku Klux Klan during 1964 and 1965 for possible violations of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other criminal activities. 588 pages in 5 parts in PDF, accessible online.
Ku Klux Klan, U.S. History from AllRefer.com. Contents: The First Ku Klux Klan, The Second Ku Klux Klan, and The Klan after World War II.
The Civil Rights Era. Part I - Desegregation, Civil Rights in the Arena and on the Stage (Brown Decision, Daisy Bates and The Little Rock Nine, Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Jazz and the Civil Rights Movement, and more). Part II - Sit-ins, Freedom Rides, and Demonstrations (Greensboro Lunch Counter Sit-in, 1963 March on Washington, 1965 Voting Rights Act, and more).
Civil Rights Movement Veterans. Contents: Information About the Civil Rights Movement - FAQ about the Movement, Commentaries, Our Stories, Timeline - Rock Hill & Charlotte Sit-ins (1960), Freedom Rides (1960), March on Washington (1963), Voting Rights (1965), Grenada Mississippi - Chronology of a Movement (1966), plus links to Southern Freedom Movement Websites.
Civil Rights Resource Guide. External Websites, Resources, Web Guides from the Library of Congress.
civilrights.org. The definitive source for civil rights in the United States. Topics: Policy and legislation, Civil Rights Issues, Civil Rights Calendar, This Week in Civil Rights, Civil Rights Library, Affirmative Action, Census 2000, Hate Crimes Prevention, and more.
The Human Rights Record of the United States in 2003 in full text, issued by the Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, Beijing, March 1, 2004.
Human Rights Web. Contents include: Human Rights Emergencies, What are Human Rights? An Introduction to Human Rights, A Short History of the Human Rights Movement, Biographies of Prisoners of Conscience, Human Rights Legal and Political Documents, United Nations Documents, Human Rights Issues, Debates, and Discussions, as well as Human Rights Resources.
Lest We Forget: Images of the Black Civil Rights Movement by Robert Templeton. A Special Exhibition of a Collection of Portraits mostly in oil of leaders in the American Civil Rights movement, with brief descriptions. Include Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, Creators of the NAACP: Storey, Ovington, and Du Bois, Asa Philip Randolph, Benjamin Elijah Mays, Ralph Emerson McGill, Roy Wilkins, Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr., Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., Whitney Moore Young, Jr., Ralph David Abernathy, Malcolm X, Detroit Riots, Eldrige Cleaver.
Life Covers Civil Rights. 14 covers of Life Magazine.
Martin Luther King Jr. & the Civil Rights Movement from Seattle Times. Learn about this civil-rights leader and his sweeping influence. Site includes photo gallery and biography of Martin Luther King, Jr. and audio clips: I Have a Dream, I've Been to the Mountaintop, plus study guides. See also:
● Martin Luther King "I have a dream". Video from YouTube, 17:28 min.
● Martin Luther King, Jr. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
● Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from Cleveland Public Library.
● Martin Luther King The Nobel Peace Prize 1964 - Biography, from Nobelprize.org.
● Martin Luther King, Jr. and African American History from Scholastic Research Tools.
● Martin Luther King Day - Biography, timeline, quotes, and more, from infoplease.
● Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Biographical Sketch from Louisiana State University Libraries.
● Building the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial.
● About the Memorial: Dr. King's Spiritual Presence. Washington, D.C. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial.
● About Dr. King.
● Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project.
● Martin Luther King Jr. Assassinated by Jennifer Rosenberg, About.com Guide.
Negroes With Guns: Rob Williams and Black Power from PBS, on the film: NEGROES WITH GUNS. "When civil rights crusader Rob Williams urged African Americans to draw their guns on violent racists, he became the most feared man in America. Challenging the Klan-dominated establishment and mainstream civil rights leaders, Williams struggled to earn respect, dignity and equality for all Americans." PBS site provides a movie trailer (3 min. 49 sec.), Details on the film, Rob Williams, Filmmaker bios, Filmmaker Q&A, plus links to Learn more about the Film, Rob Williams, Protest Music, and Civil Rights. See also the book:
|Negroes with Guns(African American Life Series)
by Robert Franklin Williams
A Tribute to Rosa Parks
|The Rebellious Life
of Mrs. Rosa Parks
|Who Was Rosa Parks?||Rosa Parks: A Life||The Rosa Parks Story|
Rosa Parks (February 4, 1913 - October 24, 2005) from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, with color portrait. Contents: Early life, Civil rights and legal context, The bus and protests, Later life, Last days, Lawsuits and controversy, Awards and honors. See also:
● Rosa Parks: Her simple act of protest galvanized America's civil rights revolution by Rita Dove, from TIME 100: Heroes and Icons.
● Rosa Parks Museum on Facebook from Troy University, Montgomery Campus, Montgomery, AL. Contents include:
● Rosa Parks and The Montgomery Bus Boycott from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
● Civil Rights Icon Rosa Parks Dies from NPR. Rosa Parks, 92, died at her home in Detroit, October 24, 2005. Listen to audio recordings including Parks Recalls Bus Boycott.
● A time to pay tribute by Jannell McGrew, Montgomery Advertiser.
● Rosa Parks Biography from Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development. Biography with Photo Gallery and Timeline. Rosa Parks Biography from Biography.com. Chronology of Rosa Parks and the Civil Rights Movement from 1903 to 2000, including 1999 Rosa Parks receives the United States of America Congressional Gold Medal. Includes video.
● Meet Rosa Parks. Rosa Louise McCauley Parks, born February 4, 1913, in Tuskegee, Alabama, to James and Leona McCauley.
Bringing Equality Home from UNIFEM - United Nations Development Fund for Women. Documentation on Implementing the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).
Half the Sky Movement. "Inspired by journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's book of the same name, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide brings together video, websites, games, blogs and other educational tools to not only raise awareness of women's issues, but to also provide concrete steps to fight these problems and empower women."
Husband of the Year Awards. Funny photos from the Web.
Living the Legacy: The Women's Rights Movement 1848 - 1998. Contents: History of the Movement in the United States, Detailed Timeline, Today's Issues and Activists (National Women's Rights Organizations and Internet Resources), and Women's History Organizations and Museums.
November 15, 1917, Night of Terror - Women Fought for Our Rights from Amazing Women Rock. See also email version received 8 June 2010: The Story of Women Ground Breakers (History of Women's Suffrage).
Women's Human Rights Resources from Bora Laskin Law Library, University of Toronto. Site provides links to high quality information on international women's human rights.
Women's Learning Partnership (WLP) for Rights, Development, and Peace. Resources: Women's status in Afghanistan, Brazil, Cameroon, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mauritania, Morocco, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Palestine, Turkey, Uzbekistan, and Zimbabwe. Bibliographies of literature related to international women's issues, Facts & Figures, Legislation, Organizations, and Profiles of women leaders.
Women's Rights from ACLU - American Civil Liberties Union. Special feature: Timeline of Major Supreme Court Decisions on Women's Rights. Site also covers the following Women's Rights Issues: Criminal Justice, Discrimination, Violence Against Women, Education, Employment, Poverty/Welfare, and Pregnancy/Parenting.
Banned Books and Censorship. Links to sites providing information and resources on censorship of books, legal aspects or censorship, as well as who bans the books and why.
Explore Banned Books. Google Book Search: Celebrate Your Freedom to Read. According to American Library Association, 42 of 100 books recognized by the Radcliffe Publishing Course as the best novels of the 20th century have been challenged or banned. Browse these 42 classics here.
First Amendment Center. The First Amendment to the United States Consitution. Topics: Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Press, Religious Liberty, Freedom of Assembly, Freedom of Petition, and State of the First Amendment Reports 1997 on.
Australian Citizenship. Why is Australian citizenship important? How to apply and application forms, Information and Application forms for other citizenship services, FAQ on all aspects of citizenship, Information for Australian citizens overseas, Law and Statistics on citizenship. Includes Fact Sheets, Resources for Schools, and more.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: Citizenship. Site provides definitions of the 3 types of residents of the United States: aliens, nationals, or citizens. You can also learn more about Becoming a U.S. Citizen, Rights of Citizens: The Bill of Rights, and Responsibilities of Citizens.
Canadian Citizenship from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Contents: Citizenship Services: Overview, What Canadian Citizenship Means, How to Become a Canadian Citizen, A Look at Canada (40 pages of basic information about Canada that a new Canadian citizen should know. Questions in citizenship test are based on information provided here), Fact Sheets: Citizenship, Rights and Responsibilities, What is a "multicultural heritage?" Dual Citizenship, How to Prove You Are a Canadian Citizen, Were you Born Outside Canada to a Canadian Parent? and more.
Canadian Citizenship Practice Test from Richmond Public Library, B.C.
Canadian Citizenship Test.
Canadian Citizenship Test from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
● Oath of Citizenship (Canada). ● Canadian Citizenship. Canadian nationality law. ● Immigration to Canada. Canadian Citizenship Act 1946. ● Canadian Immigration Act 1976.
Get a Passport Now from Travel Industry Association & Travel Business Roundtable. New passport requirements for all travelers entering the United States from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda may soon be enforced. Check this site for enforcement dates, which may vary for Air Travel, Sea (Cruise) Travel, and Land Border Travel.
For U.S. Citizens:
● Passports from U.S. Department of State - Apply for a U.S. Passport, Renew By Mail, Lost or Stolen U.S. Passport, Correct or Change U.S. Passport Information.
● How to Get a U.S. Passport from wikiHow.
Canada - Passport Application Forms for Canadians living in Canada or in the United States, for Canadians living abroad, and for Non-Canadians living in Canada. Passport Canada - Canadians - Passport Renewal Application Form.
For Mexican Citizens: U.S. Entry Requirements for Mexican Citizens.
United States Citizenship and Service Help Center. United States of America Citizenship and Immigration. Include: Citizenship Application, Online Citizenship Test, U.S. Citizenship FAQs, Test Study Guide, Sample Test Questions, Information by State, Dual Citizenship, Oath, [US Immigration] - Permanent Resident Guide, Green Card Application, Immigration FAQs, Are You Eligible?
Uinted States Citizenship and Immigration Resources.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Learn about visiting the United States temporarily as a visitor (tourist, student, or worker) or permanently.
● The U.S. Naturalization Test. English and Civics Requirements.
● FAQ. Information on Permanent Residence (green card).
● Immigration Forms, Case Status Online and Processing Times, For Employers, Employment Authorization,Visit the U.S., and more.
CARP E-VOICE: You've Got the Power - an important advocacy tool to ensure your voice is heard by your elected representatives. This site makes it easy for you to communicate with your elected representatives. Search Elected Representative(s) by Last Name, by Province, or by Local Riding. Directly contact your Federal Representatives (MP's) or Provincial Representatives (MPP's).
Elections Canada. Elections Canada - Registered Political Parties:
● Names and Logos of Political Parties
● Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party of Canada (AACEV), AACEV Party of Canada Website
● Bloc Quebecois, Bloc Québécois Website - in French only
● Canadian Action Party
● Christian Heritage Party of Canada, Christian Heritage Party Website, Christian Heritage Party Provincial Divisions
● Communist Party of Canada, Communist Party of Canada - Canada's Party of Socialism
● Conservative Party of Canada, Conservative Website
● Green Party of Canada, Green Party Website, Green Party of Canada Provincial Divisions
● Liberal Party of Canada, Liberal Website
● Libertarian Party of Canada, Libertarian Website
● Marijuana Party
● Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada, Marxist-Leninist Website
● New Democratic Party (NDP), NDP Website
● Progressive Canadian Party (PC Party), PC - Progressive Canadian Party Website.
● Deregistered Political Party: Natural Law Party of Canada
● Eligible Political Party: Western Block Party (WBP), WBP Website
● Eligible Political Party:
● First Peoples National Party of Canada (FPNP)
● The First Peoples National Party of Canada (FPNPC) from Wikipedia. "The FPNPC was a registered federal political party in Canada. It intends to advance the lives of the Aboriginal peoples in Canada getting involved in the federal electoral process, engage the public on Indigenous issues, and calling upon the grassroots to get involved by nominating candidates for election in electoral districts with large Aboriginal populations."
● See also Canada's Electoral System.
Elections in Canada from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. List of Political Parties in Canada. List of Canadian federal electoral districts.
Freedom Party of Canada.
Parliament of Canada. Here you can find your Member of Parliament (M.P.) using your postal code, as well as locate other Parliament employees.
Political Parties and Elections in Canada (Provinces and Territories) - Canadian Social Research Links.
Rhinoceros Party of Canada.
The Democratic Party. Democratic National Committee - Contents include: The Democratic Party Organization, History, Chairman, Leaders, In Your State, Democrats on Twitter, Party Platform, Charter and Bylaws, Latest News.
Green Party of the United States. Elections, Articles, Press Releases, plus Links to State Green Parties.
Libertarian Party: The Party of Principle. LP News & Events, Issues & Positions, Organization, Services & Sales, Campaigns, and Get Involved.
Political Parties in the United States. Links to Constitution Party (Formerly the U.S. Taxpayers Party), Democratic Party, Green Party, Libertarian Party, Natural Law Party, Reform Party, Republican Party, Socialist Party, and Politics1.
Republican National Committee. G.O.P. (Grand Old Party - Republican Party).
Canada Immigrant Job Issues. How widespread is discrimination against visible minorities in Canada's job market?
Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Contents: Skilled Workers - Learn how your skills and education may help you come to Canada, Business Immigration - If you have experience running or investing in businesses, you may qualify to come to Canada, Find important information about the new Permanent Resident Card and get an application.
Immigration and Nationality Directorate - United Kingdom. Contents: Staying in the United Kingdom, Applying for British Nationality, Work Permits, Employers' Information, Tourism / Carriers' Information, Law and Policy, and Asylum in the UK - United Kingdom has a tradition of providing a safe haven for genuine refugees.
Immigration and Work Permits Worldwide. Contents: UK Immigration (includes a Points Calculator), Canada Skilled Immigration, USA Green Card Lottery (Check your eligibility), Australia Skilled Immigration (Australia Skilled Migration, Points Calculator), and Immigration Assessments. Besides UK, US, Australia, and Canada, site also includes links for Immigration to New Zealand, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, Sweden, South Africa, Spain, Austria, Luxembourg, and Japan.
Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930. A web-based collection of selected historical materials from Harvard's libraries, archives, and museums that documents voluntary immigration to the U.S. mainly in the 19th century. Includes 1,800 books and pamphlets, 6,000 photographs, 200 maps, and 13,000 pages from manuscript and archival collections.
TRAC Immigration from Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). Comprehensive, independent and nonpartisan information about U.S. federal immigration enforcement. Includes Reports and Bulletins, Facts and Figures, Government Studies, and an Immigration Glossary - Plain English definitions of immigration terms and acronyms.
UK Immigration and Visa Services. Include: UK Highly Skilled Migrant Programme (HSMP) - Points Calculator, UK Work Permits, UK Visa Applications.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS). United States Immigration. Contents include: Services & Benefits, Immigration Forms, Laws & Regulations, Education & Resources, Press Room (Fact Sheets, Questions & Answers).
* Application for U.S. Citizenship from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
US Immigration Symbols from United States Citizenship. "The Statue of Liberty is one of the most recognized symbols around the globe. Located on Liberty Island in the New York Harbor, this masterpiece has stood for over 100 years. It has historically greeted immigrants entering the country. Now a popular tourist attraction for people visiting New York, the statue continues to stand tall as a tribute to the values of the United States."
Aboard the Underground Railroad: A National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary.
The Abolitionist Movement from History.com. "The goal of the abolitionist movement was the immediate emancipation of all slaves and the end of racial discrimination and segregation."
African American Voice. Voice your opinions and make a difference.
Africa and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
● The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
● Facts about Slave Trade and Slavery from Gilder Lehrman.
● Slavery in America - Photo Galleries
● The Role of Islam in African Slavery.
Amistad Incident from Awesome Stories, Famous Trials.
● La Amistad from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
● Amistad Trials of 1839-1940 from Famous Trials by Professor Douglas O. Linder.
● Amistad (1997) - Movie directed by Steven Spielberg.
● Images from Amistad (1997).
● Amistad (1997 film) from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Atlantic slave trade and Slave Trade Act 1807 (UK) from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Timeline - The Atlantic Slave Trade.
The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record. A thousand images, mostly from the time of slavery, selected by Jerome S. Handler (Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and Black American Studies, Southern Illinois University) and Michael L. Tuite, Jr. (Head of Digital Media Lab and Assistant Director, Robertson Media Center, University of Virginia Library).
Britain and the Slave Trade from the National Archives.
Fugitive Slave Act of 1850: Sections 1-4 by Martin Kelly, About.com Guide. "This Act was particularly hated by abolitionists and stoked the fire of the Underground Railroad."
|DK Biography: Harriet Tubman||Bound for the Promised Land:
Portrait of an American Hero
|Moses: When Harriet Tubman
Led Her People to Freedom
(Caldecott Honor Book)
The Moses of Her People
|Harriet Tubman and
the Fight for Freedom:
A Brief History with Documents
(Bedford Series in History & Culture)
|Harriet Tubman: Conductor
on the Underground Railroad
|Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom||Freedom Train:
The Story of Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
● Harriet Tubman - Meet Amazing Americans. Biography of Harriet Tubman from America's Library.
● Harriet Tubman - Site includes Harriet Tubman Historical Society's collection of photos, articles, programs, projects, official documents, & letters.
● Harriet Ross Tubman (1819-1913) Timeline.
● Harriet Tubman - Spectrum Biographies, Researcher: Rachel Sahlman, Artist: Dick Strandberg.
● Biography Harriet Tubman from Ducksters.
● Harriet Ross Tubman
● Harriet Tubman from PBS.
A Historical Overview of Emancipation in the District of Columbia: from 1862 to early 1900s. April 16, 1862 marks the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia with the Compensated Emancipation Act. Timeline: Abolition in the District of Columbia: 1815-1862.
History of Emancipation Day.
"I will be heard!" - Abolitionism in America. Primary source materials from Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library. Contents: Introduction, Origins of Abolitionism, A Slave's Life, In Their Own Words: Slave Narratives, Biographies of Prominent Abolitionists, Spreading the Word (including posters for abolitionist rallies and meetings), Black Resistance, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Abolitionist Strategies, The Emancipation Proclamation, Thirteenth Amendment, and Credits.
Lincoln Papers: Emancipation Proclamation. Introduction, Time Line (On January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Final Draft of the Emancipation Proclamation), Gallery.
The Slave Trade: A Historical Background from British Library. "In 1807, the British government passed an Act of Parliament abolishing the slave trade throughout the British Empire. Slavery itself would persist in the British colonies until its final abolition in 1838."
Slavery Abolition Act 1833 (UK) from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Slavery Abolition Act 1833 (UK) from Anti-Slavery Society.
The Story of Africa: Slavery from BBC World Service. Contents include: Roots of Slavery, African Slave Owners, East African Slave Trade, Atlantic Slave Trade, The Journey, Africa's Losses, African Resistance, End of Slavery, Resettlement of Freed Slaves, Forces for Change, Remarkable Facts, Timeline, Useful Links.
"That Laboratory of Abolitionism, Libel, and Treason": Syracuse and the Underground Railroad. Special collection from Syracuse University Library, including Rescue of Harriet Powell, Fugitive Slave Law and Its Impact.
The Truth About the History of American Slave Trade from Laws.com - Constitution.
The Underground Railroad c. 1780-1862 from PBS.org. Africans in America - Judgment Day. Resource Bank provides primary resources on slavery, people and events, e.g. Harriet Tubman c.1820 - 1913, historical documents, e.g. Levi Coffin's Underground Railroad station, 1826, Flogging a Slave Fastened to the Ground, 1850, and modern voices, e.g. James Horton on the Legacy of Slavery, and more.
The Underground Railroad from National Geographic.com. Multimedia presentation. Contents include: The Journey, Routes to Freedom, Time Line, For Kids, Classroom Ideas, Faces of Freedom, Resources & Links, and Send a Postcard.
Understanding Slavery from DiscoverySchool.com.
U.S. History - Slavery in America - Directory of Online Resources. Includes: Slave Narratives, Online Publications, Studies, Online Exhibits - from AcademicInfo.net.
5 Easy Ways You Can Create World Peace by Mona Shah Joshi, Huff Post, updated Feb 16, 2017.
● US Peace Council.
● War Resisters League.
● World Peace from Wikpedia, the free encyclopedia.
● World Peace Conference.
● World Peace Council.
5 Ways to Achieve World Peace and Prosperity -- Yes, It's Possible by J. Kirk Boyd / Berrett-Koehler Publishers, May 11, 2010. "Peace and prosperity are not impossible. They can be attained through the realization of five fundamental freedoms, for all people, everywhere in the world."
The American Peace Movements by David Adams. Contents include: Anti-Imperialist League 1898-1902, People's Council 1917-1919, American League Against War and Fascism and Emergency Peace Campaign 1933-1939, Progressive Citizens of America 1946-1948, "Mobes" against the Vietnam War 1966-1970, Nuclear Freeze Movement and People-to-People Diplomacy 1980-1990, Global Movement for a Culture of Peace 2000-?, Root Causes of War, and Future of the Peace Movement.
How can we stop wars from happening on earth? From Quora. "To summarize, nations have nothing to gain but a lot to lose economically and politically/diplomatically if they invade other nations. Hence, they will consider it in their best interests to resolve any historical disputes through dialogue or arbitration only unless they feel they can really get away with it."
How to Achieve World Peace. A summary of the book Peace Within Our Grasp by Crandall R. Kline Jr., August 1999.
How to Achieve World Peace by Walter Brumbaugh, eHow Member.
How to Achieve a Peaceful World from World Without War.
If there is to be peace in the world. The Wisdom of Peace by Lao-Tse, Chinese philosopher, 6th century BCE.
Peace and Security from United Nations.
Peace | Human Rights | Social Movements from Study Abroad: School for International Training (SIT). Examine the role of civil society and mass groups - including labor, environmental, indigenous, and gender - in relation to improved social conditions and human rights.
Peace symbols from Wikipedia.
● 7 Peace Symbols (That Aren't the Peace Symbol) from Mental Floss. Olive Branch, Dove, White Poppy, "V" Hand Symbol, Paper Crane, Pace Rainbow Flag, Broken Rifle.
●The Origin of the Peace Symbol. A history of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) logo, originally from Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND).
United For Peace and Justice (UFPJ) - A coalition of over 1300 local and national groups throughout the United States, joined together to protest the Iraq War.
World peace from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
World Peace Foundation seeks to advance the cause of peace through study, analysis and the advocacy of wise action.
World Peace Society of Australia. Approach to peace is through non-violence and non-fear.
I lost my wallet. How do I replace my government identification? from Service Ontario.
The Internet Lost and Found. The Lost and Found Portal. Free directory listings for Lost and Found animals and items worldwide. To access Lost and Found sites outside of the United States, click on the Country of your choice to begin searching or posting lost and found pets or belongings.
U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. Labor statistics on Inflation & Consumer Spending, Wages, Earnings, & Benefits, Productivity, Safety & Health, International, Occupations, Demographics, Employment & Unemployment, At a Glance Tables, Industries, Business Costs, and other topics. Includes a special section on Career Information for Students.
BenefitsCheckUp - a free confidential service that identifies federal and state assistance programs for older Americans.
Canada Pension Plan and Old Age Security. Get acquainted with the Canadian retirement income system, Old Age Security Payment Rates, Canada Pension Plan Payment Rates, Payment Dates, International Benefits, Forms, Statistics, Legislation, and Related Sites.
● Canadian Retirement Income Calculator from the Government of Canada. This calculator will provide you with retirement income information. This includes the Old Age Security (OAS) pension and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) retirement benefits.
● Enhanced CPP Calculator from George & Bell Consulting. Every province except Quebec has agreed in principle to a deal that will eventually improve the Canada Pension Plan. The deal is still subject to final approval. Use this calculator to estimate the effect of the proposed changes on your projected CPP contributions and benefits. This calculator projects benefits under both the original CPP rules and the proposed enhanced CPP rules. Amounts are estimates only. Actual benefits and contributions will differ based on actual CPP rules and the user's circumstances.
Disability Benefit Guide. "According to the most recent census, almost one in five Americans are now living with a disability of some kind." Check out "Benefits Available to Disabled Americans" and "Grants Available to Disabled Americans."
Social Security Online. The Official Web Site of the U.S. Social Security Administration. Information on disability and employment support for people with disabilities, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Medicare, Forms, and Direct Deposit of Benefits.
About Child Labour from IPEC (International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour). Include: Child labour in agriculture, Use of children in armed conflict, Child domestic labour, Gender roles and child labour, Trafficking in children, Global March against Child Labour, and more. Child Labour Statistics from SIMPOC (Statistical Information & Monitoring Programme on Child Labour).
Child Labor from The Victorian Web. Many children worked 16 hour days under atrocious conditions, as their elders did.
Child Labour. Child Protection from UNICEF. An estimated 246 million children are engaged in child labour. Of those, almost three-quarters (171 million) work in hazardous situations.
Child Labor - Facts and Summary from History.com.
Child Labor: Frequently Asked Questions from Indiana Department of Labor (DOL).
Child Workers and Industrial Health, 1780-1850 by Peter Kirby. Abstract. You can request full text version.
The History Place: Child Labor in America 1908-1912. Original photos and photo captions by Lewis W. Hine.
Child Labor FAQs. Frequently asked questions about child labor, Child Labor Laws, and Child Labor Penalties from Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry.
Youth & Labor from U.S. Department of Labor.
United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing, Pipefitting, Sprinkler Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada. Over 300,000 members strong and growing. Site covers News, Training, Political Action, Important Issues, Organizing, Safety & Health, UA Kids, and more.
Youth Apprenticeship: Lessons from the U.S. Experience. Read about the Four School-to-Work Models in the U.S. and analysis of the general interest in youth apprenticeship.
30+ Free Job Posting Sites to Hire on a Budget. Blog by Sean Falconer. Yakaz is a classified ad website providing free job boards for people to meet and exchange locally. Posting jobs and other items is completely free. Local sharing network - Yakaz United States. Share, sell and chat with your neighbors. See also: Classified ads - Yakaz Canada. Local sharing network - Canada.
50 Job Posting Sites that connect recruiters to new talent from BetterTeam. List includes detailed info on pricing, focus industries, and more. Top 50 job boards, with information on pricing and audience. A recruiter or employer can post jobs for free on the most popular job boards. Job boards are ranked using a combination of factors including website traffic, number of open job listings and 3rd party reviews to rank the job posting sites in order of popularity and candidate preference.
50-Plus Interviewing. Monster Career Advice. Careers at 50+, Interview, Resume, Salary, Job Hunting Tips and Advice.
Adzuna is a Search Engine for job ads. Site lists some 3,000,000 of the latest jobs from the best job boards and employers in the United States.
Aquent. Quick search for jobs or talent by city.
CanadianCareers.com. Career and employment information for Canadians.
Career Timelines in Healthcare & Medical Support from EduMed.org. Find out how long does it take to enter a medical career.
● Careers in Healthcare & Medical Support from EduMed.org. Explore today's highest-paying and fastest-growing careers in healthcare, and see how working with patients can steer you toward a career that's meaningful to you.
CareerBuilder.com. CareerBuilder helps connect jobseekers and employers. Search job openings, post a resume.
Careerjet is a job search engine. It maps the huge selection of job offerings available on the internet in one extensive database by referencing job pages originating from company web sites, recruitment agency web sites, and large specialist recruitment sites. You can query this database for job offerings, and you are always redirected to the original job listing.
CareerOneStop. Over 1 million jobs and 572,000 resumes posted. America's publicly-funded resource for jobseekers and businesses. Find jobs from entry level to technical to professional to CEO. Locate public workforce services in your area.
Career Profiles.info. Premier Career Search, Information, Job Descriptions & Education Guide. This site assists career minded professionals, job seekers and students to make better, more informed career choices by providing them with highly relevant, reliable and up-to-date career information and job search resources.
Complete Guide to Understanding the Importance of English & Maths in Education & Beyond - Career Prospects with English and Maths from MidKent College, UK. "So, why are employers keen to see an improvement in the basic English and maths skills of their employees? ... it's not the academic maths they're interested in such as algebra - but rather the ability to apply English and maths skills to their working life. For instance, practical skills are highly sought after, including mental arithmetic, approximation and the ability to analyse and interpret data correctly ... around half of employers are more concerned with the standards of English ... it's the basics employers are most frustrated with, such as written and oral skills, including spelling, grammar and diverse range of vocabulary. Some of the major concerns for employers regarding English is the ability to construct professional emails and employees using text speak rather than proper sentences."
Craigslist New York City. Craigslist Toronto. Using Craig's List to Find a Job. Craigslist.org: Local Classifieds and Forums in Cities in U.S. and Around the World. Community, Personal, Housing, Jobs, For Sale, Services, Discussion Forums, and more. Craigslit FAQ. Avoid Scams and Fraud.
CompuCert - Computer Training and IT Certification Schools. Compucert is a leading provider of information on the world's top technical colleges that focus on technology-oriented online and campused based education for aspiring information technology professionals.
Criminal Justice Profiles. Criminal justice careers, online degree programs, schools and jobs. Featured Criminal Justice Career, Articles, and Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Online Resources.
dice.com. High tech jobs online.
Entertainment Jobs in Film Production and Television Production. FilmStaff.com is where people go for Entertainment Jobs. Film production and television production listings are updated daily, as well as jobs on commercials, music videos, theatre, and interactive projects.
E-Verify. An Internet based system operated by United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS). E-Verify is free and voluntary, available for determining employment eligibility of new hires and validity of their Social Security Numbers.
FabJob.com. Discover expert advice on how to break in and succeed at a fabulous job. Read a free sample of each guide on-line to find out how to become an/a Actor, Archaeologist, Cartoonist, etc.
Free Stuff from The Transition Group (TTG). Advice and tips on job search and career management. Topics include: Traits of Effective Leaders, 12 Srategies for Career Success, 9 Sure-Fire Way to Get a Promotion, 20 Ways to Survive a Merger/Downsizing/Reorganization, 8 Keys to Employability, How to Get a Raise, How to Love the Job You Hate, and others.
Getting Fired Is One of Life's Worst Experiences, Research Concludes by Chris Stokel-Walker, Bbloomberg. Published in Toronto Star, April 28, 2017, pp. B1+. "Fired employees never quite recover to the same level of well-being, a measure that includes mental health, self-esteem and satisfaction with life, according to data provided to Bloomberg this week from a review of more than 4,000 research papers."
Gigajob. "Helping people worldwide find jobs and employees for free! That is Gigajob's mission." ~ Heiko Zeutschner, CEO of Netzmarkt.com, Founder and Owner of Gigajob.
How to become a Data Scientist - A complete career guide from Discover Data Science (DDS). DiscoverDataScience.org was established to provide educational resources for those considering a career as a data scientist. In addition to a guide on how to become a data scientist, DDS also has comprehensive school listings, a career center with related careers, as well as resources to support students.
● A guide for women in STEM. This guide is intended to provide a general background and specific resources for women considering a career in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
● Check out the Data Science Career Center for other careers, e.g. Data Scientist, Data Analyst, Data Engineer, Business Analyst, Marketing Analyst, Data Architect, Data and Analytics Manager, Business Intelligence Analyst, Data Mining Specialist, and Statistician.
Interview Skills: The Ultimate Guide to Passing Any Interview from How2become. "It doesn't matter what qualifications you have, or how experienced you are, if you cannot impress the interviewers then you won't be getting your dream job." Resource guide topics include: What is an interview? An interview is a tool used by the employer to assess a candidate's potential to perform a role. Matching the job description. Personal appearance. Punctuality. The interview format: The interview is designed so that the employer can see you in person and look at your demeanour, presence, personality and appearance along with the opportunity to ask you questions based around your application form and the role that you are applying for. Formula for Success: Interview Technique, Creating a positive first impression. Good interview technique. Researching the Role and the Company. Sample Interview Questions and Responses. Overcoming Interview Nerves. Common Interview Mistakes. Plan B. How to Create an Effective Curriculum Vitae (CV).
Job-Hunt. The Online Job Search Guide. Over 6,000 employers by state. Job search advice: Finding Jobs Online, Starting Your Online Job Search, Creating an Internet Resume, Protecting Your Privacy, Choosing a Job Site, Using Web Job Sites, Safe E-Mail and Blogging.
Job hunting online gets trickier. U.S. Federal regulations kicked in on Feb. 6, 2006 are making Internet job hunting more complicated. Article by Anne Fisher, FORTUNE senior writer.
Job Hunt Strategy, Six Ways to Stall Your Job Search, Networking including 13 Networking Mistakes and other helpful job search and successful employment ideas from Monster.ca Career Centre.
Jobma. Video Interview Technology: Using the technological advancements of Video Interviewing and mobile technologies, JOBMA has enabled a smart and efficient approach in the hiring process. JOBMA is facilitating employers and job-seekers to connect prior to the live interview. Utilizing web based job video interviews, candidates are screened for employment improving efficiency and time in deploying the right workforce. Site includes useful resources: An Overview of Video Resumes, Online Video Interview, and Online Resume Builder Tool.
Jobs2Careers. What type of work are you looking for? Search for jobs by Location, by City, by Zip Code, or type Job Title, Keywords. You can also Post Jobs if you're an employer.
jobssearch.org. All the best Job Search resources on the Net.
Learn How to Become. Find your career. Find your future. Site aims to help students (or other aspiring professionals) understand what it takes to land their perfect career, from picking the right school all the way to climbing the company ladder. Includes a Job Search and Career Resource Center with many useful resources such as 15 Best Job Search Sites, Grad's Guide to Getting Hired, Interview Do's and Don'ts: How to Nail Your Next Interview, Personalizing Your Job Search, Resume Tips & Expert Advice, How to Create a Professional and Marketable LinkedIn Profile, Veteran's Guide to Getting Hired, and Internship Resources.
Monster Contract & Temporary. Contract and temporary job search.
Monster.com U.S.A. and Monster.ca Canada. Search jobs, post resumes. Over 1.7 million visitors per month.
Monster Job Search. Site provides marketplace updates, career resources, methods for information exchange in real time free of charge for both Job Seekers and Employers. Register for free.
MonsterTrak.com. Great site for college grads. Find a job. Register and post your resume.
Media Job Search Canada. Multicultural Publication Websites.
Neuvoo. An amazing job search engine that centralizes all jobs available on the web to help people find new career opportunities. There are currently over 2.5 million jobs listed in the US, with more being added every day. Search for jobs in over 40 countries (in own language where applicable): United Arab Emirates | Argentina | Austria | Australia | Belgium | Bahrain | Brazil | Canada | Switzerland | Chile | Colombia | Czech Republic | Germany | Egypt | Spain | France | UK | Greece | Hungary | Ireland | India | Italy | Japan | Kuwait | Kazakhstan | Luxembourg | Mexico | Nigeria | Netherlands | New Zealand | Oman | Peru | Poland | Portugal | Qatar | Romania | Russia | Saudi Arabia | Sweden | Turkey | Ukraine | USA | Venezuela | South Africa.
Net-Temps. Search jobs by Area in U.S. and Canada, and by Keyword. An employment portal for the temporary, contract, and permanent placements market.
Oil Industry Jobs - Obtaining Jobs in the Oil and Gas Industry. Features details on how to get into the offshore oil rig industry and tips for entry level candidates.
Online Job Search Web Sites:
Tips to Safeguard Your Privacy by Pam Dixon. See also Job Seekers' Guide to Resumes: Twelve Resume Posting Truths:
Truth #1: If you're going to post a resume online, post your resume "privately."
Truth #2: Not everyone who has access to a resume database should.
Truth #3: Not every job offer you see is for a real job -- some jobs are just scams.
Truth #4: The more general the email "job" offer, the less valid it usually is.
Truth #5: Even the most careful, conscientious sites cannot control your resume after someone has downloaded it.
Truth #6: Unless you are applying to the Federal or State government, never put a Social Security Number on your resume.
Truth #7: Using a disposable email address and a P.O. Box can save you from many headaches later on.
Truth #8: Things to omit from your resumes if you post it online...your references, for sure. Your school name, possibly. Plus Special note for high school students and parents.
Truth #9: Some resume databases are better than others.
Truth #10: Delete does not always mean delete.
Truth #11: Keeping good records is crucial for online job searching
Truth #12: Prevention is better than the cure.
Ontario Summer Jobs Program from Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Summer Jobs Service is a free service that provides job-search and self-marketing support to help students find summer jobs.
Ten Tips for Surviving and Thriving in the Workplace by Michele Marrinan, from CareerTurn, originally from Monster.ca.
Vocational Information Center. Career and Technical Education Resources. Many useful links, U.S. based. Site Map.
WomensJobList.com (Search and Post Jobs). Job board and resume database dedicated to career advancement for women.
Workopolis.com. Canada's biggest job site.
Workplace Fairness: It's Everyone's Job. A non-profit organization that helps to preserve and promote employee rights. Site provides information about job rights and employment issues in the United States. It is for workers, employers, advocates, policymakers, journalists, and anyone else who wants to understand, protect, and strengthen workers' rights.
Your Jobs. One stop jobs database from South Africa. Yourjobs provides listing in Learnerships, Internships, Bursaries and Jobs vacancy in Southern Africa.
ZipRecruiter. The Smartest Way to Get Hired. Over 8 Million Jobs! To search for a job, enter Job Title or Keyword, enter City, state or zip (includes Canadian and U.S. cities), click Search All Jobs.
Or, Search Jobs for College Students. Search Jobs for Veterans.
You can also post a job to hire someone: Post Jobs for Free.