The Job Help Center is ready to assist you in your job search. We offer extended computer sessions (timed for three hours), staff available to assist with resume and job search assistance, books, print and electronic resources on job search topics, computer classes, scanners and Fax service, regular programs of interest to job seekers, and a job board that is updated daily. Job Help Centers are available at Main Library, Sugar Creek Library and Steele Creek Library. All Job Help Centers are members of the SNAP network, a group of over 30 agencies who support the efforts of job seekers. View some of our success stories.
Join us for a special one-hour online seminar where we will do a quick review of the dynamics of the interview process as well as addressing common behavior-based questions. This program is being presented by Charlotte Works.Learn More
Learn how to access, navigate, and print websites. Get basic techniques for searching the Internet and being safe online. This class is for people already comfortable using the mouse and keyboard, but with little or no previous Internet experience.
Microsoft Excel Basics I
In this introductory workshop, create a simple spreadsheet using Microsoft Excel. Participants must be comfortable with working in the Windows environment, and basic knowledge of Microsoft Word is helpful.Learn More
A Beginner’s Guide to Selling on Ebay
Learn how to set up an Ebay account on Ebay as well as photograph, post, sell and track your items. Robin Bryan is a certified eBay Education Specialist and uses PowerPoint created by eBay, supplemented with her personal tips and suggestions.Learn More
Microsoft Excel Basics II
Join us for a follow up to the Microsoft Excel Basics class. After a brief review, we will discuss formulas, functions, spreadsheet modifications, charts and graphs. Previous Excel experience is required. Learn More
Funding for the Job Help Center at Main Library has been provided by The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Mecklenburg County ABC Board, Phillip L. Van Every Foundation, and The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation