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Interview with Vincent Dignan: Social Media Growth-Hacker Extraordinaire

On June 9, come discover how one man went from being on welfare to being asked by Prince Andrew in London to help him with social media for one of his entrepreneurial initiatives. Vincent Dignan has discovered the secret to growing your personal and business brand so that you can have a robust online presence. You will learn specific strategies to grow your email list and your social media base with powerful results. Don't miss it!Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of May 22

Recruitment and job opportunities in the week ahead.Read More ›

Trail Blazers is Hiring Summer Staff to Work with Youth

A summer job opportunity working outdoors with kids.Read More ›

NYC Parks: 500 Temporary Park Worker Openings

The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation has 500 City Park Worker positions in need of immediate hire.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of May 15

Employment opportunities for the week ahead.Read More ›

Mercy College: Scholarship and Career Opportunity for Veterans

Mercy College recently received an award from the National Science Foundation to provide Veterans of the United States Armed Forces with a Tuition-Free Master of Science Degree in Secondary Math Education.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of May 8

Upcoming recruitment and apprenticeship opportunities for the week ahead.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of May 1

Job, employment, and recruitment links for the week of May 1Read More ›

Writing a Business Plan? These Premium Resources Can Help

Industry and market research is an important piece of any business plan, and SIBL provides access to specialized information that is not available on the open web.Read More ›

Learn How to Advertise in Social Media: Part 1 of SIBL's Online Customer Acquisition Series

As we approach the start date (May 5, 2016) of our upcoming Online Customer Acquisition Series, we interviewed Maisha Walker, the presenter. Maisha is a digital marketing expert, and she shares with us a bit about what we will learn in Part 1: Social Media Advertising Overview.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of April 24

Upcoming recruitment events and career workshops for the week.Read More ›

Remembering John Ganly

John Ganly, former Assistant Director for Collections at The New York Public Library Science, Industry and Business Library passed away April 5. Colleagues, friends, and patrons are welcome to share their memories of him here.Read More ›

Made in NY Production Assistant Training Program

MINY Production Assistant Training Program helps low-income and unemployed New York residents start a career in TV and film production.Read More ›

When the Look Matters: Design Patents and Other IP Protection for Business

Design makes your product more attractive, helps customers know it's your product, and is an opportunity to express yourself. So how do you protect your design?Read More ›

NYC Bilingual and Diversity Job Fair 2016

A free job fair that gives you an opportunity to meet with top quality employers seeking diversity in bilingual and professional candidates. Read More ›

Free Job Training in Woodworking

Brooklyn Woods trains individuals in the basics of woodworking, preparing them for entry-level jobs in woodwork and related fields. Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of April 17

Job training and employment opportunities for the week ahead.Read More ›

20 Years of Books Researched at the Science, Industry and Business Library

As SIBL prepares to mark the twentieth anniversary of its opening on May 2, 1996, one sure way to illustrate the depth and diversity of its rich research collections is the following selective list of book publications whose authors credit SIBL resources—bibliographic and human—in their acknowledgements.Read More ›

Interpreters Needed for the April 19 Presidential Primary Election

Chinese and Korean interpreters and other positions are available if you are interested in working the polls.Read More ›

Ep. 25 "A Wonderful Curiosity About People" | Library Stories

As a personal financial counselor for the Library’s Money Matters program, Steve Poppel encounters people from all walks of life.Read More ›
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