Intro to Job Searching/Resources

Intro to Job Searching/Resources

Thursday, September 19

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Applying for a job but confused about where to start? Come to this class, where we’ll learn about some of the great job hunting resources the library has to offer, such as JobNow and A to Z Databases. We’ll also explore resume and cover letter templates in Microsoft Word and take a peek at starting your job search with Indeed.

Space is limited. Registration required. To register, click here or call (203) 488-1441 ext. 318.

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Ask A Lawyer

Ask A Lawyer

Thursday, September 19

3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Have a legal question? Get a free consultation with a lawyer, brought to you by the New Haven County Bar Association. Each month, lawyers visit area libraries to provide free consultations. Consultations are first-come, first-served. Sign up at Reference up to 30 minutes before program begins. Free and open to the public.

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BTAG: Teen Advisory Group – High School & College Students

BTAG: Teen Advisory Group – High School & College Students

Thursdays

Thursday, September 19

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Conference Room.

The Blackstone Teen Advisory Group, or BTAG, is an exclusive weekly club for high school & college students, where members work with the Teen Librarian (Miss Sarah) to select books, plan programs & work on special projects. Every meeting includes free snacks, games, & a chance to improve the library for you & your friends! After all, a renovated Teen Space is coming soon & we need YOUR input to make it awesome.  Plus, for each meeting you’ll earn 2 hours of community service. Join us Thursdays from 4-6 pm. Email Miss Sarah to RSVP or visit: https://jbmltag.eventbrite.com

Snacks have been generously donated by Feed Branford Kids (FBK). We thank you for filling bellies and your support!

 

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Digital Design – A Computer Science Club for 3rd thru 5th Graders (Lucy Hammer/Computer Lab)

Digital Design – A Computer Science Club for 3rd thru 5th Graders (Lucy Hammer/Computer Lab)

Thursdays

Thursday, September 19

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The James Blackstone Memorial Library is ready to build confidence, encourage exploration and demonstrate ways in which children can be “makers” in this digital world by creating music, telling stories, making games as well as art projects through the online coding program SCRATCH.

Every week participants will work together to take on a different digital component that will introduce them to ways in which they can be makers! SCRATCH is 100% free and accessible online so children can continue learning/making from home.

This is an 8 week course, when you signup you are agreeing to all 8 sessions.
Registration for this program is required so that we can plan accordingly. To do so, please call 203. 488. 1441. ext. 321 or click here.

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