June Special Programs for Job Seekers and Students

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought great changes to many aspects of our lives. School shutdowns have forced all teaching and learning activities to move online, and the closures of businesses of all sizes have caused thousands of workers to lose their jobs or consider a career change. Our library is here to help you. We have prepared a series of special programs in June to address your needs. 

A presenter from Brainfuse will introduce HelpNow, an e-learning platform for learners of all ages and levels, as well as JobNow, a versatile online service designed to support every step of the job search process.  

Ms. Marky Stein, a Fortune 100 Career Consultant and bestselling author of five career books, will present two important job topics- Emotional Intelligence and the Art of Rebranding. She is a contributor to the Wall Street Journal, the interview expert for Monster.com, and has been named by LinkedIn as “one of the nation’s top career experts".

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  You do not need a SCCLD library card to attend any library programs. 

If you need a library card to access our library’s electronic resources, follow this link for more information. https://sccld.org/card/ 

Detailed information about program schedules and the registration link are as follows:

#1 JobNow: Tools to Improve Your Job Search Success

11am -12 noon
Monday, June 8
Registration link: https://sccl.bibliocommons.com/events/search/q=jobnow/event/5eb496c9dd288b24009249c7

# 2 HelpNow: Tools for Student Success

11am -12 noon
Wednesday, June 10
Registration link:

#3 Emotional Intelligence

11am -12 noon
Monday, June 15
Registration link:

#4  The Art of Rebranding: Career Exploration

11am -12 noon
Wednesday, June 17
Registration link: https://sccl.bibliocommons.com/events/search/q=jobnow/event/5eb495a997bfe62f00074533

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