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Job Center @ Delaware Libraries   Tags: business, career, careers, economy, education, employment, jobs, recession, training  

What do you geek? Here you will find the resources you need for a successful job search. Browse the resources below or check the shelves at your local public library in the following areas: 331.7, 650.14
Last Updated: Oct 15, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Finding A Job

Finding a job can be a frustrating experience, but organizing your search can help keep you motivated.  The Job Center @ Delaware Libraries can help you find the resources you need for a successful job search.

Follow the tabs above for career guidance, job search tips, resume help, and more.

Feel free to visit your local public library to explore additional resources and receive one-on-one help from a librarian.


    Job Center @ Delaware Libraries

    Job seekers can register at the Job Center @ Delaware Libraries and take self-directed skills assessment. A trained specialist will then help you to create a "personal empowerment plan", a step-by-step approach to finding employment. You can also learn basic computer skills, how to search online databases, how to create a resume, write a cover letter and prepare for interviews.

    The Job Center @ Delaware Libraries will also provide prospective entrepreneurs with the information you need to get a small business started.

    VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The program seeks dedicated volunteers and local employers to assist individuals seeking a job. We are looking for volunteers who have experience with human resources, computers, counseling, and/or job coaching. For more information, please contact the coordinator at one of these four libraries:

    Wilmington Public Library - 302-222-8507

    Dover Public Library - 302-222-8509

    Georgetown Public Library - 302-270-4829

    Seaford Library - 302-222-3618


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