CCV, Libraries work to help job seekers

Posted on March 4th, 2016 to Uncategorized

A wonderful initiative through Community College of Vermont and Department of Libraries! Together they are offering free on-on-one assistance to job seekers who need help using computer technology. CCV interns will be available at several town libraries across the state for six hours a week from March – May. This project, made possible with help from federal and J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation grants, also makes Learning Express Library software available at public libraries. This software includes practice tests for the GED, graduate school entrance, industry certifications, college prep, and the US citizenship exam.

For more information, call your local library! See a directory of all libraries in VT here.

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We also offer a printable version of the application. Feel free to print and complete, then fax it to us at 802-524-9933 or scan and email to apply@a4td.org.

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