Let the Library guide your search for employment with everything from resume help to databases to classes.
Not sure where to start? Try our Frequently Asked Questions.
Job Search Central at the Science, Industry and Business Library is a one-stop shop for all your job search needs.
Job and Career Workshops are offered at many NYPL locations
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New York State has received $27.7 million in federal Disaster National Emergency Grant (NEG) funds.The grant will be used to hire workers to help clean up communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. Workers who lost their jobs as a direct result of Hurricane Sandy or workers who were unemployed prior to the storm are eligible to apply for temporary positions. For details see see http://www.labor.ny.gov/ui/neg.shtm
Job Search Assistance:
- Sign up for a career coaching session. (All fields must be filled in to schedule a session. If you do not have an e-mail address, just type email@example.com in box for email. Without an email address, you will not receive a confirmation/reminder of your appointment.
Sign up from anywhere, ask for help at the SIBL at the Altman Information Desk, lower level.
Questions about career coaching at Job Search Central, call 212-592-7044 (leave your name, phone number, & e-mail).
Drop-In Job Club for college graduates in their twenties.
Place: SIBL, Lower Level, Training room 4 (ETC 4). Date: Every other Thursday. Time: 6:00-7:30. Check events calendar for dates.
Note: Space is limited, first come, first seated.
Participants learn how to market themselves, how to conduct a strategic job search, meet other twenty-something job-seekers in a supportive environment. The Drop-In Job Club is led by Robin Neiman, Senior Vocational Counselor, and Sherry Natkow, Career Coach. Handouts and resources will be provided.
Career Exploration and Job Searching Online:
Small Business Assistance
- Small Business Resource Center – the Library’s premier website for starting and owning a business in New York City
- SCORE – individual counseling to small businesses, provided by retired executives
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