Posted: Monday, February 21, 2011, 9:16 am
Whether you're looking to start your career, pursue a new career path or brush up your resume, Worthington Libraries has the tools and resources to help you succeed.
Franklin County's public libraries will again join together to host Job Help Week @ Your Library, March 14-18, featuring job-related presentations, programs, demonstrations and expert speakers at different library locations. (Download the full schedule!)
The Job Help Week programs at Worthington Libraries will offer tips and strategies to job seekers in all phases of their careers and personalized sessions to help craft and finetune your resume.
Seasoned professionals can attend Encore Careers on March 15 at Old Worthington Library, while those who are new to the job market can attend First Steps to Your First Job on March 16 at Northwest Library.
Whether you've just drafted your first resume, or you're polishing up an existing one, you can get an expert's opinion of your resume in our 1 on 1: Resume Reviews.
During a 20-minute, one-on-one session, one of the library's career experts human resources personnel, career advisors and talent recruiters will evaluate your resume and make suggestions.
Resume review sessions are planned at Northwest Library on March 14, from 12-2pm and at Old Worthington Library on March 16, from 7-9pm. Because there are a limited number of spaces available, registration is required. To sign-up for your own session, call 614-807-2626.
Unable to attend our Job Help Week programs? Don't worry, Worthington Libraries always has tools and resources available to help you get you that job. Check out our Job help guide for links to dozens of books and websites useful for job seekers. For more hands-on help, visit any Worthington Libraries location, where our Job Help Centers are available anytime the Library is open and offer two-hour computer use sessions and 10 pages of free printing.