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Jobs & Business

We offer materials and services on all aspects of searching for a job, including:

Computer Classes

  • ​Computer & Programs
  • Technology Basics

We offer a variety of classes, in English, including résumé writing, online job searching, computer literacy and Microsoft Office programs. 

Lifelong Learning

Love to Learn?

Whether you are interested in learning for personal growth or professional development, we have free online resources to help you continue your education in everything from math to meditation.


See our diverse collection for 2020

Online Resources


Borrow movies, music, eAudiobooks, eBooks, comics and TV shows to watch on your computer, tablet, phone or TV. With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately or downloaded for offline enjoyment later. Hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from. See


Borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks using just your library card. Over two million titles including New York Times Bestsellers.  See

Also check out Libby,​ an app to help you find books on Overdrive. Get the app today. Or use it in your web browser at

Books, Directories, Guides & Manuals

The reference section of the library provides reference print materials on all aspects of career planning and job-search skills including:

  • Choosing a career
  • Job leads
  • Licensing & accreditation requirements
  • Preparing for a specific career
  • Researching prospective employers
  • Educational & training programs
  • Job search strategies
  • Trends & salaries.

One-on-One Appointments

The Librarian is available to assist you with job searches and applications. The library offers one-hour appointments with the Adult Services Librarian who will guide you in the use of print and electronic job-search materials; please call in advance to make an appointment.

Phone: 518-399-8174

Fax: 518-399-1687