This month, we have two opportunities for teens to learn skills and strategies for job searching. Read on to find out more!
A free virtual workshop for teens, conducted by a professional Career Coach. Learn skills and strategies that will help you land a part-time or summer job. Presented by Phyllis Blake, from the Westchester Library System's (WLS) Career Coaching services.
Topics covered include:
- What type of jobs are available for teens
- Where to look for jobs
- How to answer questions on the job application
- What to include in a resume
- What to share and ask during the interview
Presented in partnership with: Yonkers Public Library, Greenburgh Public Library, Field Library, Hendrick Hudson Free Library, Ossining Public Library, Mount Pleasant Public Library, Briarcliff Manor Public Library, Tuckahoe Public Library, Larchmont Public Library, Bedford Hills Free Library, North Castle Public Library, Ruth Keeler Memorial Library, John C. Hart Memorial Library, Somers Public Library, White Plains Public Library, Chappaqua Public Library, Bronxville Public Library, Ardsley Public Library, and Lewisboro Library. For other WLS Career Coaching services, please visit the WLS website.
Tutor.com Career Resources
Teens can also use resources from Tutor.com to find help with the job search. In addition to homework help, Tutor.com offers career resources, including resume and cover letter help. Each center also includes real-time writing assistance from English tutors or career specialists for adults working on resumes. Students and job seekers get immediate feedback, writing tips and strategies as well as proofreading. Learn more about Tutor.com on our website here.
WOW Factor: Personal Branding for Teens
Thursday, March 2 at 5:30 p.m.
Edge Media Lab
This educational workshop explores the different tricks and tips for interviewing, and what future employers and admission representatives look for in potential applicants. Presentation by Alexis Penaloza at College of Westchester.