Are you aware of all the tools your library has to help you in your career? From books to websites, from studying for civil service and licensing exams to using Microsoft Word to create a resume, your library can even direct you to aptitude and personality test to help you select a new career. Too much information too fast? That’s why your library offers classes.
Starting Tuesday, September 3 at Spring Hill and on Wednesday, September 4 at West Hernando, we will be offering a series of classes on the library’s career development materials. The first week will cover Looking for Work, a look at the print and web resources available and how best to use them. During the second week’s class we’ll look at Creating a Resume, using websites and Microsoft Word to help you start an impressive looking resume. The third week brings a look at the online Career Development resources provided through your library. And for the last week, we’ve put together a list of Do’s and Don’ts to help you in Acing Your Interview and will include an opportunity to do a video interview using Google Hangout.
Each class will be ninety minutes and will begin at 5 pm. Get registered now as seats are limited, and see if we can’t give you the tools to make your next career move possible.
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