Thursday, March 11, 2010
Job Help at the Library
Improve your computer skills – Free classes are available on a variety of topics and skill levels. Consult the schedule and sign up. Click here
Need an e-mail account? – Library staff can get you started.
Studying for the GED? – Try the practice tests in the Learning Express database or use the online study guides. Click here
Want to know the job outlook for a particular industry? – Take a look at the Career Guide to Industries. Click here
Need a part-time job? – Try this site. Click here
Looking for books on interviewing? – Use the library’s catalog. Click here
Sending out resumes? – Compile a list of companies in your field using the Reference USA database. Click here
Need help writing the resume? – Check out the guides on the Job Searching page. Click here
Looking for Wi-Fi? – The library has it. Laptops can be checked out for one hour if you have a current library card and Alabama driver’s license.
Find all this job search information in one convenient place? – Click here
By Tressa at March 11, 2010
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