(Photo courtesy the Troy Public Library)
The Troy Public Library is offering a free, two-week program called "Computer Skills for the Job Seeker." Over a course of 30 hours, attendees will learn how to organize their computer files; create an electronic resume in Microsoft Word; communicate with employers via E-Mail; apply for jobs online; successfully interview; and stay in contact using social network websites.
There will also be plenty of time for individualized one-on-one assistance, and a comprehensive workbook. The sessions will be held in the Library Training Room. All classes will be taught by the Library's award-winning staff.
The program will be offered September 30-October 10 from 4-8 p.m. Apply at troylibrary.info/jobseekers
Another free program, entitled "What Employers Really Want", is being offered on July 30 from 10:15 am to 11:15 a.m. This panel discussion with local business experts will address about what to emphasize when going on that all-important job interview.
The panelists include Jessica Hammond, vice president, talent acquisition, United Shore Financial Services; Troy City Manager Brian Kischnick; Lisa Palo, talent acquisition, Altair; and Jennifer Robert, vice president of information technology, Genisys Credit Union.
Library Director Cathy Russ will moderate the discussion.
Job skills programs are made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Troy Public Library, which has been supporting the library since 1958. http://friendstpl.org/
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