Athens-Limestone Public Library

Athens-Limestone Public Library

Job-Seeker Resources

Searching for a Job?  The Library can help.

Few things are as stressful as looking for a new job. Athens-Limestone Public Library has multiple resources available for job-seekers. Some resources require a library card to access.


Library Resources:

Homework Alabama (http://webmini.apls.state.al.us/apls_web/apls/apls/homework) offers live one-on-one help for job seekers. Their tutors can help you conduct a job search, write a resume, and prepare for a job interview.

Public Internet Access is available with a library card or guest pass. Use of the Library’s computers is limited to two hours a day. Access to the Library’s wi-fi is available 24 hours a day.

The Library also has a wide selection of books to help with resume writing and job interview techniques.


Non-Library Resources:

Alabama Department of Labor (labor.alabama.gov) Offers job training, veterans services, and more.

Alabama Works (https://alabamaworks.alabama.gov/vosnet/Default.aspx) is your online portal to the Alabama Career Center System. You can search for job openings across the state or find information on additional training and education.

Calhoun Community College (https://calhoun.edu/adult-education/ged-classes), P.O. Box 2216, Decatur, AL 35609, Calhoun Community College offers a variety of free classes, including GED test preparation, ASVAB courses, reading tutors, and English as a Second Language instruction.

Calhoun’s Huntsville campus: (256) 890-4729

Calhoun’s Decatur campus: (256) 306-2830

Family Resource Center (http://alcfamilyresourcecenter.org) (256) 230-0880, Crutcher Shopping Center, 406 S Jefferson Street. The Family Resource Center has employment Specialists available Mondays 9:00 am to 12:00 noon for resume writing and job search assistance. Call the center to schedule an appointment.

North Alabama Center of Educational Excellence (http://nacee.net/) (256) 372-4600, The NACEE provides support and resources for individuals looking to return to school. They offer GED classes, college survival/study skills workshops, help applying for college financial aid, and more.


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