Online Resources - Education and Employment
This is a website that will help you build your online presence and reputation. Similar to LinkedIn, BranchOut
uses your Facebook contacts to show you which companies your friends have worked for and how you can make valuable connections through your extended networks. You can recommend friends, post jobs, and ask for networking help.
This website has information about why to go, how to go, and how to pay for college or other postsecondary education programs.
This website gives a free inside look at jobs and companies. Find jobs and see company salaries, reviews and interviews, all posted anonymously by employees.
InfoTrac Professional Collection
InfoTrac provides full-text magazine articles for education professionals and students.
Practice the GED, SAT, ACT, ASVAB, and many other exams.
This is a website that will help you build your online presence and reputation. This social media platform integrates many of the features from LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, but in a different format. Quora is a question-and-answer site (similar to LinkedIn’s Questions) where people ask specific questions tagged in categories and the community answers them. Answers can be voted up or down or edited by other users.
This is a website that will help you build your online presence and reputation. Rapportive shows you everything about your contacts right in your inbox. When you receive an e-mail through GMail, it shows you the sender's location, an overview of her LinkedIn profile and photo, most recent Twitter and Facebook updates, and direct links to her social media accounts—all right in your sidebar.
State Resources for Employment
Many public libraries are now finding themselves working with patrons who have lost their jobs. This page is meant to act as a guide for librarians and their patrons to help them navigate the state unemployment
and find employment opportunities.