What is the Job and Career Information Center?
Making career choices and finding job opportunities require good information. To meet this need, the Job and Career Information Center provides a comprehensive collection of resources. These include materials on job hunting, resume writing, interviewing techniques, career planning and occupations.
There are directories of companies for job seekers, federal, state and local job search information, including job openings, and information on educational and training opportunities.
The Job Center is located in the Business, Science and Technology Department. This makes readily available to users a large assortment of business directories and other business resources for job searching.
Users have access to a wide variety of databases for job and career exploration, test preparation, educational information. The general databases also provide opportunities for researching employers through business periodicals and newspapers.
Job and Career Information Center services include guidance through the collection, tours for groups, and resume reviews. Free workshops designed to develop and enhance job hunting skills such as general job hunting strategies, resume writing and interviewing skills are offered at selected times throughout the year.
The Job and Career Information Center collection is available for use during normal Library hours.