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Cleveland.com, the premier online news source for Ohio, featured the great services offered by the Cuyahoga County Public Library career counselors. The library offers programs that include help for people returning to the workforce, understanding the inter-generational dynamics of today's workplace, and much more.
Not ready to commit to that level of programming? The career centers of colleges and universities often share unusual and interesting tools you can use. Check these out:
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Mount Mercy University - includes a great set of "behavioral" interview questions to help prep for highly competitive interviews.
University of Toledo - Center for Experiential Learning and Career Services shares a four-step Career Development Process that guides patrons through the stages of career development, from self-assessment to creating an action plan.
Developing the right mix of resources, programs, and web content to meet your patrons needs can be an engaging and exciting process, and it can help your staff grow and develop a better sense of the unique skills they bring to their work each day.
Written by Martha Berninger, Resources for Libraries and Lifelong Learning