Job-finding and career skills development
Sign up for a WCCLS library card. All library cards are free of charge, and the following types of cards have no overdue fines.
Access online materials and resources immediately
An e-access card gives you immediate access to all e-books, audiobooks and all online library resources.
Access physical materials through your local library
To check out physical books, audiobooks on CD or other tangible resources, contact your library to get a physical library card.
No library card necessary.
Search by keyword and location to find your next job.
Search the USAJobs federal database by job title, department, agency or occupation.
Find resume templates, get live resume help. Requires a WCCLS library card and password.
Talk to a job coach about your resume, interviewing skills and more. Requires a WCCLS library card and password.
Take career assessments. Requires a WCCLS library card and password.
Prepare for your interview. Requires a WCCLS library card and password.
Get interview tips and live coaching. Requires a WCCLS library card and password.
Learn software, creative, and business skills through short videos or in-depth courses to achieve your personal and professional goals.
Improve your writing skills, learn languages, find live tutoring. Requires a WCCLS library card and password.
Need help with computer basics? These resources can help you practice basic Internet searching, using a mouse, and typing.
Need to scan, copy, fax, or notarize documents for your job search? Your local WCCLS library can help. Contact a library to learn more.
Regional agency helps job seekers make career plans, become more employable, improve job search skills, and find work.
State of Oregon InfoGuide includes links to free, virtual workshops from WorkSource Oregon for jobseekers on topics such as interview skills and resume writing.
Career coaching, job training, adult education and technical assistance for hardworking families struggling to make ends meet (a Centro Cultural initiative).
Get tools and resources to begin building a solid financial future, from financial education to tax preparation.
Visit the 211info.org website or call, text, or email for referrals to basic needs programs such as food, shelter, health care and unemployment.
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