Connect with a certified career coach, seven days a week between 2 and 11 pm. Get help with résumé writing, applications, searches, and skill development needs. Also find unemployment assistance, résumé templates, career assessments, and more. Includes test prep resources and practice tests and career credentialing information for over 140 specific careers.
Take an interest and skills assessment to identify potential career fields; create a professional résumé for downloading and emailing; view webinars on interview skills, search for available jobs near you with an instant connection to Indeed.com.
Use these self-paced, online classes to learn how to think like an entrepreneur as you prepare to launch a small business venture or plan a career path. Take your passion into the business world. (ELI is the equivalent of 3 college credits).
- LinkedIn (which also offers online resumes)
- U.S. Jobs and USAJobs (for government opportunities)
- Idealist(for nonprofit and volunteer opportunities)
- The Ladders,
- Virginia Workforce Connection: Online Learning Resources
Although librarians often do not have time to sit down with a patron for extended amounts of time, we can help you find some of these websites and get you started using them. You may also consider visiting the Virginia Employment Commissionin Petersburg, as they are able to spend more time with job seekers one-on-one to find and apply for jobs.