I went over yesterdays trip. I took a trip to a job fair at the Tucson Hotel behind I-10. Starting there I walked over with my class team Lenny and my other mates at several ''Recruit Desks''. I checked and found example of 100 people dressed in interviews clothing. It was like an amazing ''Interview Mall''.
The first place was Nesco Staff Corps has multiple business and saw they have food management which sparked my interest for minor job. The bad part is no one said, ''we really aren't hiring. I felt I was disappointed, but shook his hand and gave my resume and left the job fair. At the end of class I went back and check the information cards for the right cooperation which will spark my job interest and skills and my classmates didn't seem to enjoy the time at the ''Job Dressed Mall'' (I called it).
I'd like to take this opportunity to speak to you about a valuable information resource that is often overlooked, and underutilized. This resource is your local public library. Human beings by nature are information seekers. In this day and age people often turn to the Internet in order to seek out the information they desire. This method works for most people, but what about those of us who do not have access to a computer. How are those people supposed to find the information they desire? That is where your local public library comes into play. It is a world of information under one roof. All a person needs in order to access this information is a library card. A library card can be obtained by anyone, at your local public library free of charge. . If you would like more information about how to get a library card please click here.
There are a couple aspects to having a library card that one must be mindful of.
1 If library items are checked out, it is important to be aware of, the date an item, or items are due back at the library. If an item, or items are not returned within a timely manner, monetary fines may be applied to your library card. Check with your local library for specific details.
2. Most public library facilities have policies regarding the amount of items that may be checked out at once. Again, check with your local library for specific details.
Your local library may also offer job seeking assistance Please click here for more information
These posts are written by the students of the Employment Workshop Series.