Job & Career Resources and Workshops
Featured Job & Career Resources
Job & Career Workshops
The Chester County Library provides programs and hands-on workshops on career topics, with emphasis on helping jobseekers succeed in a dynamic economic environment.
All in-person public programs are suspended until further notice.
Please visit our Event Calendars for our virtual programs.
Virtual: Resume Writing and the Job Search
Tuesday, June 9, 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. - Virtual
This workshop, offered by Chester County Library in conjunction with the United Way Financial Stability Center, will review fundamentals of writing a resume: format, content, tips and tricks, required and optional sections, etc. We'll review example resumes and discuss online and print resume resources.
A virtual access link will be emailed to registrants before the program starts. Make sure to check the email address you registered with to receive the link. Please register online.
Learn - The library provides programs and hands-on learning workshops for jobseekers and individuals in transition, focusing on key aspects of the job searching process such as resume writing, interviewing, and networking.
Grow - Just like anything else, job searching is a process. With the help of the library's workshops, jobseekers have an opportunity to learn the fundamentals and process of creating a resume, how to strategically network, and interview like a pro. These essential steps are important to learn and practice when crafting job searching skills to succeed.
Succeed - The library strives to help job seekers build lasting and beneficial relationships with key resources, organizations, and communities to facilitate personal and professional growth and prosperity.