Job & Career Information Center Newsletter
Do you or someone you know want to create or update your resume?
The Job and Career Information Center has resources to assist you.
We recently added another resume builder to the Jobseekers Toolkit in the resume section:
or directly: career coach
This resume builder is from Anne Arundel Community College Career and Transfer Resource Center. You can create a basic resume fairly quickly, download it as a Word document, and edit it.
Some new Resume Samples were recently added in the resume section on the Jobseekers’ Toolkit:
Examples of resumes are offered for many common professions.
To find good “fodder” for resumes, try the Occupation Quick Search on O*NET.
The TASKS section has examples for specific professions which are useful for building your resume.
There's a link from the Jobseekers Toolkit in the:
In the Job and Career Information Center and branch libraries, we offer many resume books. Here are some recent titles:
What color is your parachute? guide to rethinking resumes : write a winning resume and cover letter and land your dream interview by Richard N. Bolles.
HF5383 .B553 2014
Federal resume guidebook : writing the successful "outline format federal resume" by Kathryn K. Troutman.
JK716 .T73 2016Q
The new SES application : writing the Senior Executive Service traditional ECQs and five-page SES resume
by Kathryn Troutman, Diane Hudson.
JK716 .T732 2016Q
Jobseeker's guide : Ten Steps to a Federal Job® for military and spouses by Kathryn Troutman with Paulina Chen.
JK716 .T7314 2015Q
Enoch Pratt Free Library has many other resources on jobs and careers.
To get started, browse our collection, talk with a librarian, or use the Job Seekers Toolkit.
One-hour job-seeker appointments
Job-seeker coaches continue to offer One-hour appointments to help with job searching, applications, resumes, and cover letters.
Call or drop by the Job Center to schedule an appointment:
Job Center staff and job-seeker coaches work with Information Services staff to provide assistance at the Career Clinics in the Public Computer Center in Central Library. Other branches also offer Career Clinics.
Check our website for information upcoming events on job and career, or call for details.
Jeanne (Jean) Lauber, Workforce Development Librarian
Business, Science, & Technology
Enoch Pratt Free Library
Central Library/State Library Resource Center
If you have questions please call 410-396-5317 or email email@example.com
Job & Career Information Center at the Enoch Pratt Free Library/State Library Resource Center
The Job and Career Information Center at EPFL/SLRC provides materials and services to individuals exploring careers or seeking jobs. It contains job postings, circulating book and test study guide collections, and
databases. We are happy to provide free access to these materials. If you have questions please call 410-396-5317 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.