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You're Hired: Young Adult Career Series

This spring, Teen Services and the Business, Careers and Research Center are co-hosting a series of programs for young adults, ages 16 - 24, aimed at helping them find meaningful employment and training/volunteer opportunities with local companies, nonprofits, and other organizations.

Here's what you need to know!

Saturday, April 1

You’re Hired: How to Find a Job for Young Adults

Ready to ace your job applications and learn about résumés? We’ve got all the help you’ll need! Join a Certified Career Coach and a Teen Services Librarian as they help you explore career skills and resources so that you can be ready for the You’re Hired: Young Adult Career Fair in May! For ages 16 – 24.

2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Business, Careers and Research Classroom, Main

Saturday, April 29

You’re Hired: Promote Your Brand

What are employers looking for? What will make you stand out? We’ve got the answers to these questions and more! Join Certified Career Coaches and a Teen Services Librarian to learn how to promote your best self to potential employers, training, and volunteer organizations and schools. Get ready to use these skills at the You’re Hired: Young Adult Career Fair in May! For ages 16 – 24.

2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., Business, Careers and Research Classroom, Main

Saturday, May 20

You’re Hired: Young Adult Career Fair

You’ve learned about job applications, creating résumés, and what employers are looking for. Now, you’re ready for your first career opportunity! Grab your résumé and your best interview outfit for a chance to find your next job, training, or service opportunity. For ages 16 – 24.

2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Second Level Programming Space

Connect with local employers, training providers, and service opportunities to begin your successful career path!

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