Career Coach to Make Stop at Greenwich Library

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careercoach.jpgIt's difficult to sift through the tangled web of job listings online. CT Works will teach you the best ways to navigate the maze of the "Internet Job Search" to find a career opportunity that is right for you, when the Career Coach visits Greenwich Library on Wednesday, July 29, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The bus will be parked in front of the Library's West Putnam Avenue entrance.

The Career Coach is a fully equipped satellite of CT Works, which provides services to unemployed and underemployed individuals seeking jobs and job search assistance at no cost. Jobseekers are afforded convenient access to the employment, education, training and information services they need at a single location.

The Career Coach is equipped with 10 student work stations, plus wireless capacity for 10 additional laptops. Drop-ins are welcome.

For more information, please visit or contact the Technology Training Center at 203-625-6508.

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