In today’s 21st century digital economy, libraries play a critical role in providing access to high-speed internet and training to help more Americans compete in today’s workforce. Americans use libraries to connect to the Internet to find jobs, improve education, access government services and create business opportunities.
In recognition of National School Library Month, DigitalLiteracy.gov is highlighting resources provided by libraries for career development and job searching, as well as new resources that celebrate National Library Week, April 8-14, 2012.
Check out some of these resources from the American Library Association’s (ALA) website www.atyourlibrary.org
|Find a Job||Create a Resume||Career Expoloration|
|How to Get a Great Job: Researching the Job Market||How to Get a Great Job: Writing and Formatting Your Resume||Changing Gears: 5 Steps to Moving Beyond Single Industry Experience|
|How to Get a Great Job: Web Use 101||How to Get a Great Job: Customize Your Resume||How to Find a Great Job: Entry-Level Workers and Career-Changers|
To read more about how libraries are impacting communities, check out these resources from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and ALA .
|Opportunity for All: How the American Public Benefits from Internet Access at U.S. Libraries|
|Public Library Funding and Technology Access Study|
|Building Digital Communities|