Library Resources The Anaheim Public Library offers many job search, career development, and professional training resources. Use many of these free tools from your home computer or visit the library for even more - including newspapers, books, reference materials, and computer classes to sharpen your skills. Every library branch offers free wireless access, public computers, and Reference staff to direct you with your research strategies.
Business and Career databases
The Library subscribes to many electronic directories, which are researched and compiled by information specialists to direct your searches to quaility information and articles you can trust. Most databases will require a library card number if you are not at a library computer. Need a library card?
Career Cruising This interactive career guidance resource provides you with world renowned interest and skills assessments, and allows you to search hundreds of occupation profiles and post-secondary education options. You can create course plans, resumes and covers letters, and keep a personal portfolio for your educational and career development ideas. > If you are inside the Library, click here
Reference USA is a searchable database that provides contact information and data on more than 14 million U.S. businesses and 120 million U.S. households. The directory contains verified, accurate data about industries and companies to help you research a potential investment, employer, or service provider; find executives, corporate families and company descriptions. Updated monthly. > View ReferenceUSA tutorialsJobScout JobScout is an online learning platform that will teach you the basic Internet skills you need to find a job.
Business & Company Resource Center A fully integrated resource bringing together company profiles, brand information, rankings, investment reports, company histories, chronologies and periodicals. Search this database to find detailed company and industry news and information.
Free Computer Workshops Our skilled Librarians offer a variety of free computer classes each month to sharpen your skills. Check the latest schedules, and call or stop by to reserve a spot as space is limited and classes fill up quickly.
Newspapers OC Register - LA Times - NY Times Online Article Resources At Central Library, print copies are available for the past three months, and microfilm dates back several decades. Back issue stock at other branches varies depending on available space.
Catalog Subject Searches The Library has hundreds of materials available for you to check out. Following are some library catalog searches to get you started:
City of Anaheim Employment Workforce Center 290 S. Anaheim Blvd, St 100 (at Broadway) 714-765-4350 Hours: 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday The Anaheim Workforce Center is an innovative "one stop" approach to meet employment demands of both businesses and job seekers. Supported by on-line electronic technology and a network of partner agencies, the Center brings employers and job seekers together at a single point of access. Provides use of computers, telephones, fax, copy machines, and typewriters.
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