August 2012 Archives

ABILITYJobs.pngQualified job applicants with disabilities and employers who would like to hire them might want to check out the ABILITYJobs website here.  The site's stated mission "is to enable people with disabilities to enhance their professional lives by providing a dedicated system for finding employment."  And by "posting job opportunities, or searching resumes, employers can find qualified persons with disabilities as well as demonstrate their affirmative action and open door policies".  

Sound good?  Click here for more info. 

 

DisaboomJobs

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Back in 2009 on this post, I mentioned several job seeker sites that assist persons with disabilities.  One that's still running is DisaboomJobs, which helps out with job searching, finding the right companies to work for, career resources and advice, and even posts your resume online.  To find out more about this site, click here.   

"Redshirts" by John Scalzi

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redshirts.pngThe newest John Scalzi novel, Redshirts, is both a very funny spoof of space opera television shows like Star Trek and a genuinely touching observation on how we should appreciate the lives of ourselves and others.  (Click here to reserve a copy.)

 

Assistive Technology Reminder

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Just a quick reminder that Greenwich Library still offers assistive technology to patrons with disabilities.  The list of devices we offer can be accessed here.  For more information, contact me at (203) 622-7918. 

And keep watching this space for updates in the next few weeks on upgraded JAWS & MAGic software that we'll be offering! 

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VetJobs.com

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8-13-2012 3-54-59 PM.pngVeterans needing assistance in finding stable employment should check out VetJobs.com.  This site helps all former US military personnel looking for jobs with resumes, employment assistance, job searches and even career fairs.  For more info, click here
 

Swords2.pngJohn Carter, after making what amounted to extended cameos in the previous four books in Edgar Rice Burroughs' Martian series (read my reviews of the previous novels here), retakes the spotlight in Swords of Mars, first published as a sixpart serial in Blue Book magazine in 1934-35.  (Click here to reserve our copy.)  


 

 

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