Job Searching Programs
Two Tuesdays, 11:30 AM – Noon
Are you looking for a job in this competitive job market? Join us for job search programs presented by Annette DiZinno, Lead Workforce Connection Center Consultant with Goodwill Workforce Connection Center. Give yourself an advantage and avoid mistakes in your job hunt.
These programs will be presented via Zoom. Fill out this online form to register and for Zoom log in directions.
June 8: Key Words and the Applicant Tracking System The maze of job search and resumes involves analytics, algorithms and applicant tracking systems. All are a means to scan, sort and search for the right person, the “Match.” Keywords are your way to match and land that job. Resumes are all about getting the attention of the recruiter. But first, that resume must get through the magical chamber of the Applicant Tracking System (ATS). How do you improve your odds?
August 10: Ten Most Common Resume Mistakes Is your resume the best it can be? Does it present you in the best way possible to a prospective employer? Don’t let a poorly written resume take you out of the running for that job!
Job Searching Databases
JobNow from Brainfuse, provides live interactive online help combined with online resources to guide you through the tasks necessary to get a job. Resources found here will help prepare you for an interview and to write a great resume. This resource is available in the library or outside the library to Greenfield residents.
LearningExpress Library provides job searchers with tutorials for career preparation and adult core skills.
Reference Solutions (formerly ReferenceUSA)
Reference Solutions (formerly ReferenceUSA) is the number 1 source of information on businesses and people specifically designed for small business owners, marketing professionals, researchers and job seekers. Reference Solutions helps users create marketing plans, conduct competitive analysis, raise funds and locate people.
Local Resources for Job Searching
Group that provides resources and aid with job skills and some job placement.
The key site for State of Wisconsin unemployment resources. Apply for benefits, file your weekly claim, and reporting unemployment fraud are just a few function of this website.
Provides resources, workshops, and easy job search usage for those in need of employment.
Group that works to connect job seekers with employment opportunities, and provides education and training to create skilled works.
Website that shows Wisconsin’s offerings of several programs to help parents and adults prepare and find employment
Group that helps those enduring difficult times. Offers “Bottomless Closet,” a service with gently used clothes for job interviews and some professional work.
Good portal with many links and job tips for those over 50 years of age.
Excellent resource on business and job search writing, with samples and templates.