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Community Resources: Education & Jobs

Links to resources in Brattleboro, Vermont, and beyond for basic needs, community activism, and more.

Job Hunt Helper Jack Alberico helps Brooks Memorial Library visitors with job and career tasks like preparing resumes, exploring careers, and completing online job applications. Jack's hours: Tuesdays, 3:30-7:30 p.m. and Thursdays, 10:00 a.m.- noon. Check out his blog for tips on services and tools to help with your job searching and career planning.

If Jack's hours don't fit your schedule, come by anyway! Jeanne or one of her colleagues at the reference desk will be happy with help you during regular daytime hours, Monday-Friday. Sometime there's also assistance in the evenings, Monday-Wednesday. Also, Matt, our Electronic Services Support Specialist, assists patrons one-on-one with questions related to technology.

Jack's work is sponsored by:

Good reading on careers & Jobs

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Employment Resources

Career Resource Center, 332 Main St., Brattleboro, 802-254-4555

Offers computers for employment-related purposes; faxing, copying, printing, and scanning; trained staff to help with job searches and career choices; assistance with writing resumes and cover letters; and information about training and education resources. "Are you an employer interested in holding a hiring event in our office? Please contact us at 802-254-4555 to set up a date and time!"

Job seekers and employers, register here:

"VocRehab offers free, flexible services to any Vermonter or employer dealing with a disability that affects employment."

"Advancing Workforce Development for Mature Workers Since 1983"

Adult Education Resources

Improve basic skills, learn English, prepare for GED, and more

Provides "all learners with skills and competencies leading to post-secondary success."

Library Career Resources