Serving Job Seekers: Library and Workforce System Partnerships That Work
In this webinar, learn how innovative partnerships between state and local libraries and their workforce systems can amplify services to meet community employment needs.
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Innovative partnerships between state and local libraries and their workforce systems can amplify services to meet community employment needs, including the needs of businesses, veterans, Spanish-language speakers and other sectors. Presenters representing both workforce agencies and libraries will share their hands-on experiences with initiating and sustaining partnerships. Learn about additional public-private partnerships and how you can achieve similar results in your community. Come prepared to share your own experiences of collaborating with the local workforce system to serve the employment needs of your community.
This webinar is part of an ongoing collaboration with WebJunction, the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration (DOL/ETA) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
- Michael Harding, Workforce Analyst, Employment and Training Administration, US Department of Labor
- Steve Olson, Regional Director Job Service Operations Bureau, Montana Dept. of Labor & Industry
- Aubrey B. Carroll, Information Services Manager, Florence County Library System, which was recognized as South Carolina’s Outstanding Workforce Partner
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- On WebJunction, Workforce Services
- Department of Labor Resources
- Electronic Tools Guide, complete overview of DOL/ETA online resources
- For Veterans
- For Businesses
- For Spanish-language speakers
- Job Search, Training, and Career Tools for Mobile
- Career Resources for Young People
- Healthcare Virtual Career Network
- America’s Service Locator
- mySkills myFuture
- O*NET Online
- My Next Move
- Pierce County Library System Job + Business Center
- Sidney Job Service page, example of MT State Workforce Services
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2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time, North America [UTC -5]
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