Job hunters who are looking for a job or considering a career change can pound the pavement with all the other job hunters, or they can begin their search with a little preliminary legwork at the library.
Fort Bend County Libraries offers a variety of job-search resources. Get advice from experts and explore the libraries’ job-search resources that provide assistance on everything from creating a fantastic resumé to accessing area job lists – all in one place.
In April, Fort Bend County Libraries will have the following programs specifically designed to help job hunters.
From an Applicant to an Employee: Interview-Skills Workshop – Monday, April 3, 6-7 p.m., George Memorial Library (Richmond).
Get prepared for venturing into the job market by getting tips for the employment interview. Learn how to properly prepare for an interview, different question-and-answer techniques, how to build rapport as the interviewee, communication and listening skills, and the unwritten rules of interviewing. Discover ways to portray confidence and get the job! Registration required.
· “Job & Career Accelerator” – Tuesday, April 18, 10:15 a.m., University Branch Library (14010 University Blvd, Sugar Land)
Want to jump-start your job search or find a new career? Learn about FBCL’s Job & Career Accelerator, a free online resource that helps job hunters explore different occupations, create professional resumés and cover letters, practice and master interview skills, find job-search tips, and organize and track one’s job-search progress. Registration required.
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