WARNING! To use any of these websites, you MUST have an E-mail address!
If you do not have one, please see a librarian for help getting free email.
Offers computer access and training, job board, telephone, voice mail, copier, fax, resume preparation, mock interviews, and career counselors:
Gaston County Job Connection
Goodwill Community Foundation, Inc. offers free online tutorials in computer technology and other work skills:
Gaston College offers several No Cost Classes for people who are unemployed, notified of pending layoff, working and eligible for Federal Earned Income Tax Credit, or earning a wage at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines. Classes include Basic Computer Technology, Occupational Effectiveness Skills, Truck Driver Training, and A+ on Your Next Interview. For class information, call 704-922-2244.
Gaston College also offers GED preparation and testing. For more information on test preparation, call 704-922-6545.Veterans Employment and Training Service (VETS) - United States Department of Labor
Offers a one-stop online employment services website, veterans.gov, with links to job centers around the country, career-path exploration, approved local training programs, colleges and universities, listings for federal jobs; as well as advice on how to start a business, and guidance for employers looking to hire veterans.
These web sites include job advertisements for the Gaston County region:
Paper copies of both the Gazette and the Observer are available at all library branches.Local Government Jobs
The following websites provide free access to job listings:
Thinking about changing careers? O*NET online (U.S. Dept. of Labor) has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more.
Author: Gaston County Public Library
Title: Job Hunting
Revised: 9 Aug 2022
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