If you need a job or just want to keep the one you have, you won't want to miss this series presented by The Community Job Club and Diana Miller, Career Management Consultant. The CJC offers free outplacement services and career management assistance to increase employee marketability in the workplace. Essential job search skills will be presented.
|Segment Title||Event Date||Registration Starts|
|Is your Job Search in Good Shape?||July 27||June 28|
|How to Use Social Media||Aug. 31||July26|
|Writing Winning Resumes & Cover Letters||Sep. 22||Aug. 23|
|Job Search Tips for Workers 40 and Over||Oct. 26||Sep. 27|
|Job Hunting during the Holidays||Nov. 30||Oct. 25|
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|Academic Search Premier|
|AHFS Consumer Medication Information|
|Akron Beacon Journal|
|Alt. Health Watch|
|American and English Literature|
|An Optimal Resume|
|AtoZdatabases: Search Jobs, Businesses or Mailing Lists|
|Biography In Context|
|Biography Reference Bank|
|Business Source Premier|
|Consumer Health Complete|
|Facts on File: Science Online|
|FreedomFlix (use from home)|
|FreedomFlix (use in library)|
|Gale Encyclopedia of Every Day Law|
|Gale Virtual Reference|
|Grolier (use from Home)|
|Grolier (use in Library)|
|Health Source: Consumer Edition|
|Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition|
|Infotrac - General Reference Center|
|Job & Career Accelerator|
|Job Seeker's Booklet|
|Literary Reference Center|
|Literature Resource Center|
|MAS Ultra - School Edition|
|Middle Search Plus|
|New Gale Virtual Reference Books: Business Plans Handbook|
|Occupational Outlook Handbook|
|Ohio Historical Society|
|Ohio History Central|
|Ohio Memory Online Scrapbook|
|Ohio Obituary Index|
|Ohio Revised Code|
|Oxford Reference Online|
|Points of View REference Center|
|Psychology and Behavioral Sciences|
|Regional Business News|
|Religion & Philosophy|
|Salud en Español|
|Scholastic BookFlix (use from Home)|
|Scholastic BookFlix (use in Library)|
|Science Reference Center|
|Select Ohio Public Records Index|
|Student Research Center|
|Thomson Gale LegalForms|
|TrueFlix (use from home)|
|TrueFlix (use in library)|
|U.S. Goverment Printing Office|
|Vocational & Career|
|What Tree Is It?|
|What's That Snake?|
|What's The Point|
|Workforce Skills for 21st Century Success|
|World Book Academic|
|World Book Early World of Learning|
|World Book for Kids|
|World Book Hispanica|
|World Book Online|
|World Book Spanish|
This page contains research databases purchased by the library and links to useful internet resources.