Searching for Jobs Online
Monday, February 24 at 2 p.m.
Learn how to effectively navigate and search the Internet when conducting your job search. By understanding how browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox) and search engines (Google, Bing) work, job seekers can more effectively find and apply for the jobs they are looking for as well as more effectively operate in the digital environment.
Skills required: Basic computer skills (i.e. mouse, keyboard, open/close programs)
FREE, small group hands-on sessions taught by a librarian who can provide personalized instruction and support.
Held in the Library’s Technology Lab (Lower Level)
Class Limit: Four participants per session.
For more information or to sign up, please call 920-236-5205