WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

FREE RESOURCES FOR JOB SEEKERS- CANCELLED

Presented by Sarah McFadden, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County

Looking for free alternatives to office software? Need a new template to freshen up your resume? Take a tour of some free resources that can help your application materials stand out.

 Valley Falls Free Library and Diver at Schaghticoke invite you to join us to learn more!

Registration is required: Call 753-4230, or email circulation@valleyfallslibrary.org for more information or to register.

 

Get a Job! Strengthening Library Partnerships in Workforce Development

This program is supported by funds from the New York State Library’s Adult Literacy Library Services Program, in partnership with the Capital Region Workforce Development Board and NYSED’s ACCES-VR

 

Vacation Week Activities

 

It’s vacation week, and we have activities for the kids planned! Join the Valley Falls Free Library and Diver Library:

  • Saturday the 15th @ 10am:  “Let’s Make Pancakes!” at the Valley Falls Community Center
  • Monday the 17th @ 10:30am : Learn & Play Storytime at Diver Library
  • Tuesday the 18th @ 2pm : Make Seed Paper! at Diver Library
  • Wednesday the 19th @ 2pm: Spring Craft Make ‘n Take at Valley Falls Library
  • Thursday the 20th @ 2pm : Creative Workshop with Lili Loveday at Diver Library
  • Friday the 21st @ 2pm: Spring Craft Make ‘n Take at Valley Falls Free Library

Let’s Make Pancakes!!

 

Amy Halloran, author of “The New Bread Basket” will demonstrate pancakes from field to griddle, and you’ll get a taste of what it takes to make a pancake from the ground to your plate. Come learn about grain growing, flour milling, and pancake making and eating! This is for kids of any age, just let us know how many are coming so we have enough pancakes!!

WHEN:  April 15th    10:00AM-11:00AM

WHERE:  Valley Falls Community Center
11 Charles Street, Valley Falls, NY

COST:   FREE

TO REGISTER:  CALL 753-4230, or EMAIL  circulation@valleyfallslibrary.org

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

THE BIG THREE:RESUMES, COVER LETTERS & INTERVIEWS

DATE:  6/14/2017
TIME: 6:30PM
WHERE: The Valley Falls Free Library

Presented by Dr. Tom Denham, Careers in Transition

For any successful job search, you need three critical tools: a solid resume, a tailored cover letter, and exceptional interview skills. This interactive program will teach you how to master all three. You will learn the rules of resume writing, the purpose of a cover letter, and
the best approach to the most neglected part of the job search: developing strong interview skills. Pick up tips on how to make yourself that much more competitive in the job market and obtain the edge necessary to get ahead.

Valley Falls Free Library and Diver at Schaghticoke invite you to join us to learn more!

Registration is required: Call 753-4230, or email circulation@valleyfallslibrary.org for more information or to register.

Get a Job! Strengthening Library Partnerships in Workforce Development

This program is supported by funds from the New York State Library’s Adult Literacy Library Services Program, in partnership with the Capital Region Workforce Development Board and NYSED’s ACCES-VR

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF GETTING A JOB

DATE: 5/16/2017
TIME: 6:30 PM
WHERE: The Valley Falls Free Library

Presented by Evelyn Neale, Colonie Town Library/ Successful Change

Out of work or seeking something new, getting a job is both an art as well as a science. Learn the importance of building your network, what’s research got to do with it, tips for working in public service, and being prepared for that offer. Valley Falls Free Library and Diver at Schaghticoke invite you to join us to learn more!

Registration is required: Call 753-4230, or email circulation@valleyfallslibrary.org for more information or to register.

Get a Job! Strengthening Library Partnerships in Workforce Development

This program is supported by funds from the New York State Library’s Adult Literacy Library Services Program, in partnership with the Capital Region Workforce Development Board and NYSED’s ACCES-VR