If you're in the category of "Job Seeker", one that seems to be growing larger and larger every day, then the New Albany-Floyd County Public Library has just the thing for you.
Every Tuesday, beginning May 17, they will be hosting a Job Club at their facility located at 180 West Spring Street in New Albany, Indiana. The club will focus on issues such as online application issues, techniques to organize a job search, technology tips, and job announcements. The meetings will last about 45 minutes.
The last Tuesday of the month will be more structured, and deal with specific issues of job hunting, interviewing and resume skills, and will last about an hour.
The goal of the program is to help expedite the job searching process for all who attend.
The Job Club will meet every Tuesday at 10:30am at the Job Center behind the Reference Desk. Call 812-949-3523 for details, or visit their website HERE.
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