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Job Search & Resume Help

June 24, 2011 | Tony | Comments (0) Facebook Twitter More...

CareerSectionretro For those of you aged 15 to 30 years old that may need a little help in your job search or perhaps your  resume just needs a little sprucing up, you're in luck, we have Service Canada stopping by our branch.   They will be setting up shop on the first floor, to the left of our main entrance for four Mondays.  Feel free to swing by and ask any Job Search or Resume related questions.  Dates and times are below:

Monday June 27th 3:30-6 pm

Monday July 4th 4:30-6 pm

Monday July 11th 4:30-6 pm

Monday July 18th 4:30-6 pm

 Of course, you don't have to wait for them to arrive in order to get information.  On our website we have a section dedicated to Career & Job help, will lots of info ranging from library programs, new titles purchased, to recommended websites to aid in your hunt. 

http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/job-help/

 We also have a section of Books/DVD's on Career information located on the 2nd Floor, right beside the Information Desk.

For branch location and how to get here, see the Lillian H. Smith branch profile page.

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