It’s no secret that job hunting can sometimes be a challenging task. The library is available to make the process a little bit easier. Borrow materials to help you at each step of the job search; stop in to use the public computers and create your resume and cover letter; participate in workshops with face-to-face help for your resume and interview techniques. Whatever your specific need, we are here to help! Below are some links to job-seeking resources and websites we hope you find useful. Good luck!
Post resumes, cover letters, and search for millions of jobs worldwide.
Provides entry-level job listings for college graduates, interview tips, and resume and cover letter advice.
Online Learning Through Coursera
The New York State Department of Labor is partnering with Coursera, the leading online training provider. Through Coursera, you will have access to nearly 4,000 programs across high-growth industries and can hone skills in data science, business, and technology. Many of these programs are pathways to certifications, professional certificates, and can help elevate your career.
Post resume’s, and find jobs in the Hudson Valley. Sponsored by the Times-Herald Record.
Post your resume and search thousands of jobs online for free!
Interview Protocols: Mock Interviews
For many job-seekers, interviews are the most stressful part of any employment search. The Mock Interview provides you with a low-stress opportunity to try out your interview skills with someone who isn’t assessing you for an actual job. Learn interview skill techniques with Andy Maroney, interview coach. All job-seekers are welcome: first-time job seekers, career changers, and recent job market re-entrants.
To set-up a mock interview, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By appointment only. You must provide a completed resume and contact phone number prior to scheduling an appointment.
Provides you with practical tools to help you get a job: With career resources that are Informative, easy-to-use, and include free Internet resources for job seekers, including personality and career assessments. A built-in resume builder, with help in refining it. And lastly, the skills needed to help you ace the Interview. A library card and pin number required to access this database.
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2021-2031
Designed to provide valuable up-to-date information, this resource is great for all individuals making decisions about their future including students about to graduate from high school or college, recent graduates, individuals returning to the workforce after an absence, or anyone looking for a career change.
New York State Department of Labor
Find job openings, file for unemployment insurance, and license & certificate applications.
Search for jobs in your area, and research salary information with a free “Salary Estimator”.
Federal government job postings.