We Want to Help YOU (find a job)!!!
As part of this initiative, a decision was made to "beef up" the job-related materials in our collection. Over a thousand books, eBooks, audiobooks and DVDs were purchased to enhance career materials already in the collection. These cover a wide-range of topics from entering the job market, to starting a home-based business, to re-entering the job market, or just information about a variety of careers for people wondering what they might want to do. Here's just a sampling of recently purchased items that might be of interest:
We offer computer classes to assist job seekers that include instruction on computer basics, Microsoft Office products, key train, presentation skills, job search basics, resume and job search workshops. Here's a schedule of upcoming classes for April and May being offered in the Community Technology Center at Central. We also have 129 PCs (including 2 ADA terminals) at Central with Microsoft Office products loaded on each one to assist job seekers. The branches also offer public PCs for their customers.
Additionally, we have online databases to help you with your job search or to provide skills enhancement tests. Here's a sample of a few that could be of assistance to job seekers:
Learning Express Library- if you're searching for a job, thinking about a career change, or want to take the next step on the ladder to success, this database can help you. It provides courses, practice tests and eBooks full of helpful information on a wide variety of career and workplace subjects like choosing a great career, job hunting, interviewing, networking, sharpening your business writing skills, dealing with co-workers, achieving success on the job and much more.
Vocations, Careers & Technical Education - finding the right career, enrolling in an appropriate institute of learning or training, searching for a job, advancing your career through continuing education are high stakes tasks in today's world. This collection of information makes it easier by providing content from general career guides to specialized industry journals.
Is there anything else you would like to see us do to assist job seekers? Your opinion matters to us, so please let us hear from you.
Please contact Reference Services, located on Level 3 of the Central Library, for all of your information needs:
• Phone: 720-865-1363; TTY: 720-865-1480
• Email Reference
• Ask Colorado (24/7 virtual chat reference)
• By Appointment