Career Research Library
Find out how to get that first job or how to research a new career. You can even get some helpful hints on what to do if you’ve lost your job. If you’re interested in training opportunities, we have catalogs from a variety of schools, colleges and training institutions. And, if you’re not sure about what type of training you may be interested in, we offer career exploration workshops designed to help you with your decision. Financial aid information also is available.
You can use our on-site computers to prepare or update your resume or to access employment information on the Internet. And, you can use our telephones to schedule job interviews or use our copy and fax machines to make it easier to send your resume to potential employers.
We can also assist disabled customers with options such as wheelchair accessible workstations; zoom-text for the visually impaired; and TTY phone for the hearing impaired.
Our trained staff are eager to assist you in identifying local programs and services, as well as showing you what is available in our Resource Centers. Whether you are looking for an entry level job or a highly skilled professional position, we give you the tools you need to get the job you want. For more information about our services, chat with us or contact one of our office locations listed at the bottom of this page!