FRCC Course Reserves
CareerOneStop: CareerOneStop is a free pathway to career planning, with extensive tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, this is an important site for any career changer or job seeker. America's Career & InfoNet can be accessed through CareerOneStop.
Jobs & Career Accelerator: is a career guidance and job searching tool that integrates occupation and career exploration, real time jobs listings, resume and cover letter preparation, job search skills, and a personal job search tracking system. It also includes access to skill building resources, including more than 60 interactive computer training courses, and direct access to LearningExpress occupation practice tests and skills tutorials. To use this database, register for an account on the database site. The username is your PRPLD library card number. NOTE: This database is not accessible with a temporary card.
Larimer County Workforce Center: Looking for work or thinking of switching careers, but not sure where to start? Make your first stop the Larimer County Workforce Center. The Workforce Center offers training, workshops and a variety of other tools to help with all areas of your career search or transition. For job seekers, resources include an online job bank and on-site resource lab, job fairs and hiring events and one-on-one consultations with an employment specialist.
LearningExpress: If you're searching for a job, thinking about a career change, or want to take that next step on the ladder to success, LearningExpress can help you. You'll find courses and practices full of helpful information on a wide variety of career and workplace subjects: choosing a great career, job hunting, interviewing, networking, sharpening your business writing skills, dealing with coworkers, achieving success on the job, and much more. Preparing for a professional exam? Curious about a particular occupation? You'll find instantly scored practice tests based on the official exams for a wide variety of careers. Explore your future now.
Reference USA (use in Library): Locate and research companies you want to work for. Reference USA has details on millions of U.S. businesses, including human resource contact names, business descriptions, company size and weblinks. Search by ZIP code, metro area, city, state, business type.
Reference USA (use from Home): Locate and research companies you want to work for. Reference USA has details on millions of U.S. businesses, including human resource contact names, business descriptions, company size and weblinks. Search by ZIP code, metro area, city, state, business type.
Scholarships, Fellowships and Loans (GALE): provides comprehensive information on sources of education-related financial aid sponsored and administered by private organizations and companies. Intended for students and others interested in education funding.
USAJOBS: USAJOBS is the official job site of the US Federal Government. It's your one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information. Learn how to use USAJOBS, how the federal hiring process works; discover special hiring programs; search by agency, occupation, location. See which jobs are in demand. Apply to Federal Agencies.
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