As Charlotte Mecklenburg Library works “to improve lives and build a stronger community,” job help programming is an essential element of the offerings provided at no charge to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community.
People in the Charlotte area who are looking for work or a change in their career will have the opportunity to speak to prospective employers thanks to a mini job fair at Sugar Creek Library February 14.
Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center is a comprehensive resource for career exploration and planning that allows users to quickly find the valuable career information they need, whether it’s industry and professions articles, school planning resources, or skills and career advice.
Are you ready to impress? During Job Readiness Week, September 11-16, the Job Help Center at Main Library is set to host a series of job prep classes and two job fairs in Uptown Charlotte.
Learn about careers, find career information, and locate career resources and advice with CareerOneStop. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Register online to access thousands of North Carolina job listings, sign up for workshops and get tools to land your next career opportunity.
Computers are available for use by the public at all Library branches. Customers are allowed two 60 minute sessions per day and are encouraged to reserve a computer.
Lynda.com is an online educational site that includes over 3,000 courses (and over 130,000 videos) in popular fields like web design, web development, IT, education/instruction, media production, and business.
Vocational information on technical topics, such as computing science, healthcare, building trades, auto mechanics, sales, graphic design, and more.
Scholarly e-book titles supporting student and faculty research, and general nonfiction on topics such as career development, arts and practical life skills.