Listen as Stacy talks about the work readiness events and the Teen Job Fair.
HIRED: Developing the Skills You Need to Get the Job You Want
Need a job to pay for textbooks, after-school clubs, or just to finance your Starbucks habit? Join us for any part of our five-session work readiness series for teens (ages 14 and up), young adults and college students. If you’re looking for a part-time, after-school, or seasonal job—or even a volunteer opportunity—these classes will help you get ready for our Teen Job Fair at the Union Township Branch Library on April 28.
Your resume is looking great, and so is your wardrobe. What’s next? You may think you’re a social media guru, but do you know what potential employers are looking for online? Learn tips to always put your best self online – what’s appropriate and what’s not on social media. You’ll also learn tips about emailing and talking on the phone with potential employers. Coffee and doughnuts will be served for this morning session!
They Want to Know WHAT? – mock interviews
You’re almost ready for your big interview! But maybe you’ve never had a job interview before, and you’re not quite sure what to expect. What will they ask? How long will it last? Our final work readiness event will have you prepared and feeling confident before meeting potential employers. Join us for our mock interview session; come dressed in your interview attire and get ready to do some role playing as we teach you the skills you need to ace that interview. This is the last work readiness event before the big Teen Job Fair at the Union Township Branch on April 28. Light refreshments will be served.
All your hard work and preparation has guided you here today! Come meet potential employers, learn more about their companies, introduce yourself, and hand in copies of your resume; you may even get an on-the-spot job interview, or set one up for the future. Come early for your best chance to meet as many employers as possible. Our library staff in charge of the event will be on hand to help you prep for potential on-the-spot interviews. We’ll even have a re-charge station with snacks and drinks. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet some great employers in the area!
The following companies will be at the Teen Job Fair:
Navient General Revenue Corp.
Job Search Resources
- Knock ‘Em Dead 2017: The Ultimate Job Search by Martin John Yate
- New Grad Job Hacks by Matt Ran
- The Dirty Little Secrets of Getting Your Dream Job by Don Raskin
- This is How to Get Your Next Job by Andrea Kay
- What Color is Your Parachute? – multiple editions for job hunters, specific to teens, acing interviews, etc.
- 101 Job Interview Questions You’ll Never Fear Again by James Reed
- 101 Toughest Interview Questions by Dan Porot
- Steal the Show: From Speeches to Job Interviews to Deal-Closing Speeches by Michael Port
- The Everything Job Interview
- The Smart Guide to the Perfect Job Interview by David Holmes
- Almost Adulting: All You Need to Know to Get it Together (sort of) by Arden Rose
- Beyond Texting: The Fine Art of Face-to-Face Communication for Teenagers by Debra Fine
- Bridging the Soft Skills Gap: How to Teach the Missing Basic’s to Today’s Young Talent by Bruce Tulgan
- *Emily Post’s Manners in a Digital World: Living Well Online by Daniel Post Senning
- Get to the Point! Sharpen Your Message and Make Your Words Matter by Joel Schwartzberg
- How Rude: The Teen Guide to Good Manners, Proper Behavior, and Not Grossing People out by Alex J. Packer, Ph.D.
- Miss Manners Minds Your Business by Judith Martin
- Modern Manners: Tools to Take You to the Top by Dorothea Johnson
- Pitch Perfect: How to Say it Right the First Time, Every Time by Bill McGowan
- Success 101 for teens: Dollars and Sense for a Winning Financial Life by Mark Hansen
- Working World 101 by Bridget Graham
- Cover Letters That Knock ‘Em Dead by Martin John Yate
- Knock ‘Em Dead Resumes by Martin John Yate
- The Damn Good Resume Guide: A Crash Course in Resume by Yana Parker
- The Perfect Resume: Resumes That Work in the New Economy by Dan Quillen