iVillage.com - (http://www.iVillage.com)
iVillage.com, "The Woman's Network", offers many services and resources for the working woman. Areas of interest include sections devoted to parenting, health, women in business, working from home, and "working diva". Within these pages, you will find tools such as a job resource center, an entrepeneur guide, a job decision maker, a relocation guide, and a personal mission statement builder. Also featured on the website are articles, news, discussion boards, and chat services.
Working Mother - (http://www.workingmother.com/)
The Working Mother Magazine website includes subscription information (to the newsstand edition), a discussion board, changing articles that have included the best companies for working mothers, child care, and mentoring.
Working Woman - (http://www.workingwoman.com)
From the same people who produce the Working Mother Magazine, the Working Woman Magazine website includes subscription information (to the newsstand edition), a resource center with career information and stock portfolio, a listing of conferences, and other changing articles on topics such as money, business, salaries and leadership.
Women's Village - (http://www.imdiversity.com/villages/woman/village_woman.asp)
Provides the job seeker with access to the Internet’s largest group of jobs offered by equal opportunity employers who actively promote their workforce diversity.
Teen Voices Magazine - (www.teenvoices.com)
Teen magazine with a message, “Because your more than just a pretty face”. Strives to provide guidance for adolescent women during difficult times through advice, poetry and more. This magazine is mainly created by teen women and these individuals are simply guided by adults. Allowing their creativity to flourish.