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Free grant-funded programs for Job Seekers

Free grant-funded programs for Job Seekers 

(Mullica Hill, NJ) - The Gloucester County Library System is offering free programs for job seekers taking place from Jan. 9 through March 8 at various library branches.

Freeholder Director Robert Damminger said, "The employment application process is constantly changing and modernizing and is very different from what it used to be. These programs are designed to help all members of our community gain an understanding of how the process is done in today's world."

Freeholder Lyman Barnes said, “By offering these programs, the Gloucester County Library System is offering residents a chance to learn a more modern way of applying for a job from representatives from career planning at Rowan College at Gloucester County (RCGC).” Barnes serves as liaison to the Gloucester County Library System and the Department of Education.

Programs will be presented by Steph Lanza, M.Ed. and Stephen P. Sweeney, MA, of the Career Advancement and Planning Center (CAP) at RCGC and include classes such as the basics of job searching, modern resume writing, interviewing skills, and networking and job fairs.

For dates and locations for the programs, visit the calendar at https://www.gcls.org/

Registration is required for all programs and can be done via phone at (856) 223-6000 or online at https://www.gcls.org/

These programs are funded through a grant from the New Jersey Department of Labor Division of Workforce Development, administered by the Gloucester County Library System in Partnership with Rowan College at Gloucester County.
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