*Let Us Amaze You! Useful Tools for Your Job Search

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This class will introduce you to general resources that will help you become a more informed and empowered job seeker.  You will learn about:

  • Where to look for job openings
  • Classes & e-Learning
  • Local community job centers
  • Free & low cost career counseling
  • Information for teens, veterans, LGBTQQ & older worker job seekers
  • Résumé tools
  • Job fairs & job clubs
  • Internships & job training
  • Green jobs
  • Tools for researching companies
  • Current salary & job market information
  • Building lists of potential employers & much more…

This information will prepare you for a more purposeful & skilled job search. The tools & resources offered are free or low cost and available to all. Some resources may require a SFPL library card & PIN number which is very easy to get. 

Staff from a local community center will conduct information sessions and a ‘skill-share’ which you may add to your job search tool kit right away.

This class repeats every 2nd Wed. of the month.  Feel free to join us again!

Learn about more Jobs & Careers Resources.

This is a College & Jobs program from SFPL. Prepare for college with www.edupath.org/sf or a new job with our Jobs & Volunteer Opportunities.

Upcoming Events

Resume Reviews & Interview Prep
Sunday, February 19, 2017, 12:00 pm
Main Library, Sycip Room - Floor 4
Computer Help for Adults/Seniors
Sunday, February 19, 2017, 1:30 pm
Portola, Portola General Floor Area
Girls Who Code
Tuesday, February 21, 2017, 4:30 pm
Main Library, Mix: General Floor Area - 2nd Fl

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017, 1:00 pm
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*Funded by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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