Job Seeker Resources
At the Turner Free Library
The Turner Free Library's College & Career section is located on the mezzanine level. Books located here include guides for writing cover letters and resumes, preparing for interviews, and studying for professional exams such as the NCLEX. For more information or to place a book on hold, please call 781-961-0932, ext. 2 or view the catalog online at catalog.ocln.org.
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Job Search Websites
While there are a vast number of job search websites, some of the most popular include:
USAJOBS for Federal Government positions
In addition to the resume, cover letter, and interview preparation books available at the Turner Free Library, local organizations offering job search support include:
Free drop-in technology assistance is offered on Tuesdays from 10:00-11:00am. For more information, please call 781-961-0932, ext. 2 or click here to view the calendar of events.
English Conversation Thursdays
A free, drop-in program for anyone who is interested in practicing their English-speaking skills in a friendly, relaxed environment. For more information about meeting dates, please call 781-961-0932, ext. 2 or click here to view the calendar of events.
Group Computer Classes
Free classes on a range of topics, including Microsoft Word and Excel. Advanced registration is required. For more information or to register for a class, please call 781-961-0932, ext. 2 or click here to view the calendar of events.
Youthworks (Teens and Young Adults) - call (508) 584-9800 or visit http://bawib.org/youthworks/ for the local Brockton area (serving Randolph) office.