Are you looking for work? Do you need basic computer skills to help you apply for jobs?
If so, you might want to attend the Troy Public Library free, two-week program, Computer Skills for the Job Seeker, which runs from 10 am to 2 pm, January 24 through February 4. This program includes 30 hours of hands-on computer training to help you bring your skills up-to-date and improve your job search. You will learn how to
• use a mouse and keyboard;
• organize your computer files;
• create an electronic resume in Word;
• communicate with employers via email;
• apply for jobs online; and
• stay in contact using social network websites.
There will also be plenty of time for individualized one-on-one assistance, and a comprehensive workbook. The training is limited to 16 students per session, and taught by the Library's Technology Department staff.
Click here to print an application, or click here to fill out an application online.
For more information, contact the Phillip Kwik, Head of Public Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 248.619.7577.
Computer Skills for the Job Seeker is made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Troy Public Library. For more information about the Friends, go to www.friendstpl.org.