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ENG 1020 - Morgenstein, B.: General and Career Resources

Resources for the Research-Assisted Essay

Career Information

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Career E-books 

Finding Books

Step-by-step instructions for finding books in the Tri-C library catalog.

For help finding and requesting books in OhioLINK, please contact a librarian.


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General Databases

Frequently Asked Questions


For most careers, there are member groups consisting of people who work in the field. These groups often allow students to join for a reduced rate. To find an organization of those working in the career you plan to pursue, search for the career that interests you, and add the site: command to limit to the .org domain. 

Example: Interested in a career as an attorney? Type the following in the Google search box:

attorneys association

Do not include spaces between site: and the domain (.org).

If the career you are interested in is more than one word, like medical assistant, enclose the phrase in quotation marks. Here's an example:

"medical assistants" association

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