Job Search and Resume Help
Need A Resume? We’ve Got You Covered!
If you are looking for a job, having a stand out resume is a critical first step on the journey. At the Library, we have tools to get you on your way.
There are over 46 books and ebooks in our catalog on resume writing. These books answer questions about format, content and style. What information should you include? What should you leave out? If you don’t have a resume or yours needs an update, these books are a great place to get started.
The HRL Website allows you to explore online resume writing tutorials, videos and classes. Under the “Research & Learn” drop down menu, click on “Lifelong Learning”. It looks like this.
Once there, you will see a select list of web links that look like this. Here is the link: Lifelong Learning
Of particular interest to resume writers are four specific links. These are, Career Transitions, where resume writing is one of many helpful work place topics; GCF Learn Free, offers tutorials on a wide range of subjects, including Math, English, Technology and Work (resumes & job search); Testing & Education Reference Center (TERC), where you can practice interview skills and take practice exams for the SAT, ACT, ASVAB and several professional and trade certifications and finally; Universal Class has over 500 online interactive courses with quizzes on everything from basic math to career skills building.
When you’ve completed your resume you might want to check the HRL website under “Research & Learn” “A to Z Resources” and you will find over 50 web site links to help you look for a job, research your ancestry, search Handley archives, find legal forms and legal advice, get homework help and consumer advice.