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The Richland Library Business and Job Center is making a difference, one career at a time. Whether seeking employment, advancing a career, or starting a small business, we offer a variety of career and skills related resources.

Our highly trained librarians and career coaches teach classes and provide one-on-one assistance.


The Business and Job Center

  • Come to the 3rd level of the Main Library during library hours
  • Call 803.929.3401 for information
  • For a Career Coaching appointment call 803.988.0897

Many of our resources can be accessed during library hours without an appointment for free. Our Career Coaches do require an appointment.

Classes and Events


Computer Access: 18 designated computers for Job Seekers with 3-hours of access at a time. Guest passes are available for any job seeker without a library card.

Career Coaching: Certified Career Development Facilitators conduct one-on-one appointments with customers needing assistance with résumés, job applications, career assessments, job search and networking strategies, online presence (like LinkedIn), and much more.  Call 803.988.0897 to schedule an appointment.

Interview Practice: Trained staff offer customers constructive feedback and guidance during one-on-one mock interviews. Wednesdays at the Main library, 10am – 12noon, first come first served; no appointments necessary.

Classes: Check the Job Center calendar for upcoming FREE classes such as Interviewing Dos and Don’ts, Finding a Job Online, Social Networking for your Job Search or Business, Business Etiquette and Get LinkedIn.

Résumé Assistance: Get in person help from a knowledgeable pro:

  • Getting Your Résumé Started?  Come in to The Business and Jobs Center for basic assistance and help getting your resume started.
  • Refining your Résumé? Review your résumé with a Career Coach for assistance targeting and refining what you have already created. Call 803.988.0897 to schedule an appointment with a Career Coach.

Career …Encore!: This monthly support and networking group allows job seekers who are unemployed, underemployed or changing careers an opportunity to share the challenges they face, obtain free resources and enhance networking opportunities in a supportive and empowering environment.  First Thursday of the month at the Main library, 9:30am in the Auditorium.

Helped me with making a résumé and how to make everything better! - DeVanté
The resources here are great and very helpful. The staff is excellent and also very helpful. They are very kind as well. - Jamel
I am very happy with your services in the library. Everybody gave me a hand. Kris took his time with me. I got a good job with his time (help). - Henry
This library is amazing. I’m really impressed and inspired by all of the services the Richland Library offers. - Angela
Faithfully, for 3 months, I utilized the Business and Job Center to look up jobs that were available in my field of Customer Service. I am so pleased to tell you that I was offered a position at DHL as a Customs Operations Support Clerk. I am super excited to use my talents and my new found information the Business and Job Center taught me to excel in this company. - Malita
Ms. Diane…was so helpful to me in making my résumé. - Troy
With the Business Center's use of computers and staff assistance, I have landed a temporary job! Hope it leads to a full-time opportunity. Thanks to Kris, Sylvie, Diane and others. - Garry
My meeting with the Career Specialist was tremendously helpful! She gave me the tools I need to present my skills in a marketable way. She also gave me new insight to my skills and how they pertain to job happiness. I really appreciate the assistance. - Lisa
Want to personally thank you for all of your help, your individual time you spent on my résumé, and all your encouraging and inspirational words you offered. You really gave me hope for a positive outlook toward my future career. - Bonnie
My job-searching confidence was really boosted in several ways: staff showed me excellent websites & databases to help me see beyond my current profession and instead focus on my transferrable skill set; she shared encouraging stories of career changers within my current profession and she provided me with a new roadmap for developing my résumé to highlight my skills not just where I’ve worked. This was wonderful guidance. I highly recommend the expertise of the Career Coaches here. - Angel
I cannot count the # of ways or times someone has helped me through moments of frustration with different job applications on the computer. Thank you all very much. - Wilbert
Your resources for assistance that enable clients to secure job(s) are outstanding. You keep current with technology that is very beneficial to your clientele. - Marion

If you have any questions please call us at 803.929.3401, or swing by Richland Library Main.