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From Good to Great: A Tale of Mentoring at the Library

After weeks of brooding over the curriculum for Mentoring at the Library, I’ve finally landed on the theme for the first month of the program: “What does it mean to tell a great story?” This theme is perfect! After all, the Library is full of great stories and people who have great stories to tell.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of September 3

Find job fairs, free job training programs, job listings, recruitment events, career development programs, and more.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of May 14

Find career development workshops, job listings, job fair and more.Read More ›

How to Captivate: Hacking Human Behavior to Everyone's Benefit

Starting a memorable conversation and truly connecting with people is just one of the many things to be learned from Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People.Read More ›

Booktalking "When You Work For a Bully" by Susan Futterman

Ever heard of a constructive discharge? That's when an employer makes an employee's work experience so miserable that any reasonable person would leave under the circumstances. But, good news: there are strategies that one can use to fight back. Read More ›

Some Thoughts on Career Day, and Why I Became a Librarian

Many people who’ve known me for years don’t know that I had several big turning points and life-changing moments when I was young that started me on the path to becoming a librarian. But if you’ve ever seen one of my Career Day presentations, you know all about those turning points, because I always start by sharing those stories.Read More ›

Social Media Madness at SIBL

Social media programs in March. Read More ›

Free Job Training: Certified Recovery Peer Advocate

Queensborough Community College (QCC, CUNY) in partnership with the New York Alliance for Careers in Healthcare is recruiting participants for the Certified Recovery Peer Advocate (CRPA) training program. This free training program will prepare participants to take the IC&RC CRPA certification exam, apply to one of New York's two certification boards, and work as a CRPA.Read More ›

Resource and Career Fair for Entrepreneurial Performing Artists at SIBL September 30

Hear about the latest programs and services from a cross section of NY metro area entrepreneurial resources to help you with your small business, production, career or artistic endeavor.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of September 19

Career fairs and recruitment events for the week ahead.Read More ›

Bronx Library Center's 6th Annual Job Expo

This is an opportunity to meet with over 40 employers. There will also be several workshops providing valuable information and insight on Interviewing Skills, IT Training and Employment, Re-Entering The Workforce, Financial Security, Resume Writing and Dressing for Success.Read More ›

Department of Education Winter/Spring Internships

The Department of Education (ED) offers internships for students interested in seeking valuable work experience in government and federal education policy and administration. Read More ›

Booktalking "The Mentor Myth" by Debby Carreau

Mentors can assist you with charting your career path, but you must remain at the helm of your life and career.Read More ›

So You've Taken the MTA Conductor Exam... Now What?

A companion post for test takers of the MTA Conductor exam.Read More ›

Job and Employment Links for the Week of August 21

Find recruitment, workshops, and more.Read More ›

Laborers Local 79 Recruitment Begins August 19

Laborers Local 79 will conduct a limited recruitment from August 19 through September 2 for 200 skilled construction craft laborer apprentices. Here is how to apply.Read More ›

DOL: Get a STEM Job With Less Than a 4-Year Degree

The Department of Labor has identified a number of STEM jobs that typically need less than a bachelor's degree to get started and also pay close to or above $36,200.Read More ›

Hollywood on the Hudson: "Made in NY" Production Assistant Training Program

The "Made in NY" Production Assistant (PA) training program is a collaboration between Brooklyn Workforce Innovations (BWI) and the New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting. BWI's mission is to give unemployed and low-income New Yorkers the chance to work on New York sets and build careers in this dynamic field.Read More ›

Tama Kieves: Inspired & Unstoppable!

Tama Kieves is a former attorney, an honors graduate of Harvard Law School, who left her law practice to write and to help others discover and soar in the work they’re meant to do. She became a renowned speaker, coach to thousands, and best-selling author of This Time I Dance! Creating the Work You Love and also Inspired & Unstoppable: Wildly Succeeding in Your Life’s Work! Her latest book is A Year without Fear: 365 Days of Magnificence and, together, her books have inspired millions.Read More ›

NMIC: Building Maintenance and Weatherization Training Program

The Building Maintenance and Weatherization Training Program at NMIC is a sector based training opportunity for residents who are interested in occupations in construction, building maintenance and repair, weatherization and green construction fields. Read More ›
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