Job Search Toolkit

Job Search Toolkit
Welcome to the AADL Job Search Toolkit. Here you can find all the information you need for job training, searching, and applying. This page is kept up-to-date with the latest resources to help you do what you want with your career. You can also find blog posts about upcoming events at the library and in the community to help you pursue your goals. Also, if you're looking to improve your computer skills, check out these Computer Tips.



Employment and Jobs Sites

Learning About Careers
Services and Support
Skills Building
Local Job Search Websites
Resumes and Cover Letters
Interview Skills
After the Job Offer
Volunteer Opportunities


Learning About Careers

Services and Support

Skills Building

Job Search Websites

Resumes and Cover Letters

Interview Skills

After the Job Offer

Volunteer Opportunities

A3BLN- Promoting Disability and Diversity in the Workplace

This Friday, May 15, join the Ann Arbor Area Business Leadership Network (A3BLN), hosted this month by the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living and Washtenaw Community College Human Resources, for the unique opportunity to learn from employers & employees about ways to improve work opportunities for people with disabilities.

A panel of employers and employees from NuStep, Select Ride, and the University of Michigan will discuss the benefits of a diversified workforce. Sessions will be lead by human resources, legal and advocacy experts sharing their views regarding hiring persons with disabilities and ADA accommodations in the workplace.

Date: Friday, May 15th
Time: 10:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.
Location: WCC Morris Lawrence auditorium, 4800 E. Huron River Drive

This event is open to all business leaders, employers & current or potential employees with disabilities. There is no fee to attend, but registration is required- the first 100 registrants will receive a complimentary lunch!

Labor Market Information: Gateway to Employment

Monday May 11, 2015: 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm -- Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room

Colleen Mallory, Business Services Coordinator at Washtenaw County Michigan Works! discusses how using Labor Market Information can guide you on your career path.

Learn more about:
-Current local job openings and trends
-Regional in-demand occupations and industries
-Education and wage information

Michigan Works! Association was established in 1987 to provide services and support to Michigan’s Workforce Development System. Through the Association, individuals can access timely, relevant professional development opportunities to ensure high-quality programs for all customers.

UMjobs.org

Wednesday April 1, 2015: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm -- Malletts Creek Branch: Training Center

Join a specialist from the University of Michigan Human Resources office, to learn how to search and apply for jobs at U-M.

For more information and resources on applying for jobs, check out AADL's Job Search Toolkit!

UMjobs.org

Wednesday December 3, 2014: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm -- Malletts Creek Branch: Training Center

Join a specialist from the University of Michigan Human Resources office, to learn how to search and apply for jobs at U-M.

For more information and resources on applying for jobs, check out AADL's Job Search Toolkit!

Career Fairs

Fall is a time of change, and maybe for you that means a new career. The AADL has a Job Search Tool Kit to help you learn more about different careers, research salaries and find local job postings.

If you're interested in looking for a new position or want to learn more about branching out into a completely new sector, head down to the Morris Lawrence building at Washtenaw Community College. Starting this month, the WCC Career Services Department will be hosting a series of career fairs.

Upcoming career fairs are as follows:

Retail & Supply Chain: September 16th, 1-4 p.m.

I.T.: September 30th, 1-4 p.m.

Health Care: October 15th, 1-4 p.m.

Advanced Manufacturing: February 11th, 1-4 p.m.

Spring Fair: March 19th, 1-4 p.m.

Not a current student? No problem! Attendance and registration are free to all interested participants! Simply go to the website and create a registration account to learn more about events.

New Volunteer Center is now open at VolunteerWashtenaw.org!

The new Volunteer Center is now open at www.VolunteerWashtenaw.org! This virtual Volunteer Center will connect people interested in volunteering with local nonprofits that rely on volunteers to achieve their mission. More than 65 agencies have listed more than 160 needs and counting on the new site. The site will accommodate individuals as well as groups, and will be provided at no cost.

The new Volunteer Center website makes it easy for people to find opportunities to serve. At the new VolunteerWashtenaw.org, volunteers can:

·Search the volunteer needs by scrolling through the full list or you can narrow it down to suit your preferences; key word search, interest area categories (such as education or senior citizens), by court-ordered appropriate, activity type (such as construction or mentoring), one-time needs, ongoing needs, group opportunities, distance, date, and more.

·Explore agencies that are doing amazing work in our community, from human services to animals to the environment to the arts. Learn more about what they do, where they're located and what needs they have.

·Easily sign-up for volunteer opportunities online.

·Become a fan of agencies or update interests in their profiles to receive notifications of new volunteer needs.

·Invite and register a group for a volunteer opportunity.

·Log volunteer hours to keep track of work for school or civic resume

·Share opportunities via email or social media at the click of a button.

·See other nonprofit needs: in-kind donations, advocacy and employment

·Browse Community Events that are happening in Washtenaw County.

It’s fast, it’s easy and it’s free! And to add to the fun and celebration of the launch, enter to win a Zingerman’s Gift Card now through Oct 1! Read more about the launch contest online.

If you have questions about volunteerwashtenaw.org, call 734.971.8200 or email volunteer@uwwashtenaw.org.

UMjobs.org

Wednesday September 24, 2014: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm -- Malletts Creek Branch: Training Center

Join a specialist from the University of Michigan Human Resources office, to learn how to search and apply for jobs at U-M.

For more information and resources on applying for jobs, check out AADL's Job Search Toolkit!

Summer GED Test Preparation Class

Ann Arbor Public Schools Adult Education offers a GED test preparation class at the Malletts Creek Branch Library this summer. Required registration will be July 2 from 1 - 4 pm at Malletts Creek. Classes will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1 - 4 pm. You must be 18 or older to enroll, but you do not need to live in the Ann Arbor school district. If you have any questions, call the adult education office at 734-997-1250. The office is currently open part-time, so please leave a message with your name and phone number if no one answers, and your call will be returned.

If you're studying to take the GED test, check out the many materials the library has to help!

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