Real Help for Job Seekers!
Libraries everywhere are stepping up to the plate and providing as much help as we can to help you find a job.  Please see our Reference / Databases page for a link to our Career Transitions database.  You will need to set up a free account the first time you use it, but after that you can pick up right where you left off just by signing in.

The Inland Library System wrote and received an LSTA grant that generously donated the Career Transitions database to its member libraries, along with some wonderful resource books on job hunting. We are processing these books now, and they will be available very soon for checkout.  If you would like to reserve one of these, please let them know at the circulation desk.  These books include:

301 Best Questions to Ask on Your Interview

Complete Idiot's Guide to the Perfect Resume

Cover Letter Magic, 4th Edition

Expert Resumes for Career Changes

How to Find a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and Other Social Networks

How to Use the Internet to Get Your Next Job

Knock 'em Dead 2010:  The Ultimate Job Search Guide

Make Job Loss Work for You:  Get Over it and Get Your Career Back on Track

Resume Magic, 4th Edition

Thank You For Firing Me!  How to Catch the Next Wave of Success After You Lose Your Job

The Overnight Resume, 3rd, Edition

What Color is Your Parachute?  2010:  A Practical Manual for Job Hunters and Career-Changers

Helpful links to Job Websites
To make a resume

Please go to the Reference / Databases page of
Click on the Career Transitions button.
You will be taken to a new page called; INFOTRAC Banning Public Library
Where it says please enter your password type: banning
(it is case sensitive so make sure its lower case)
From there you can access our Career Transitions database,
which will help you find jobs and create resumes.

To create a resume here, simply create a account, and then click on

option 3 prepare resume.

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