Gale's Career Transitions resource allows you to search jobs, internships and more. Use Career Transitions to write a resume, browse career paths, match experience to new careers, and find schools and programs. Prepare for job interviews using the Interview Simulation tool. What you need: Create an account to save progress
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a U.S. government agency that empowers you to take more control over your economic life. Find the information you need to make more informed choices about your money. Topics include credit scores, mortgages, debt collection and much more.
ESL Classes are offered at Suffolk Public Library in partnership with Suffolk Literacy Council thanks to the American Dream Literacy Initiative grant from the American Library Association (ALA) and Dollar General Literacy Foundation. Additional ESL tutoring opportunities are available with Suffolk Literacy Council.
CAN connects individuals to essential career related information and services within their communities throughout Hampton Roads. CAN offers career exploration, job search assistance, labor market information, and financial literacy education.
Gale's Legal Forms provides access to tax forms, an attorney directory, legal definitions, helpful topics, and forms for adoption, name change, letters from Santa, wills and estates, real estate, and other personal and business uses.
The PrinterOn service and app allows you to send a print job to any Suffolk Public Library location from wherever you are and access the job later that day. Cost to print is 20 cents per page for black and white, 40 cents per page for color. What you need: An e-mail address
Rocket Languages is an interactive language learning program that allows you to learn a language on your own terms and in your own time. Courses include interactive audio lessons, language and culture lessons, reinforcement activities, voice recognition, motivational tools, and learning support. What you need: Library card number
The Suffolk Workforce Development Center connects potential students with training and education, school grants, federal grant funded training (when available) and tuition assistance. The Center endeavors to match job seekers with employers. Training for skills and certifications may be offered to qualified candidates. The Center also provides services such as proctoring and faxing.
The Testing and Education Reference Center (TERC) offers test prep for the ACT, GED, GRE, LSAT, SAT and more. Resources are available for students of all levels as well as those participating in testing for their careers. TERC also provides a resume building resource. What you need: Create an account to access full resources
Universal Class has over 500 online classes available in a wide variety of topics with the option of earning continuing education units (CEUs) with a certificate. These self-paced classes include lessons, exams, assignments, discussion boards and actual assessments of your progress. All classes are free, from Business Writing to Cake Decorating. What you need: Library card number
You can find even more tools at our Suffolk Public Library locations.