Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Job Help Center offers perspective on how caring for yourself fully can positively impact your job search.
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Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s Job Help Center offers perspective on seeking employment during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Outreach Department spent time in July providing underserved youth an unforgettable college and career experience.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library’s semi-annual job fair saw more than 400 prospective employees network and connect with 39 employers.
Get to work with the help of Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's Job Fair
Register online to access thousands of North Carolina job listings, sign up for workshops and get tools to land your next career opportunity.
Our College & Career Connections program is designed with YOU in mind. This includes free programs and workshops by experts in the field with topics ranging from financial aid to applications, admissions essays, and even services such as free SAT and ACT practice tests offered by The Princeton Review. In addition, we have a brand-new road map to help you answer three very important questions – Who am I? What do I want to do? and How wi
What happens after I apply for a job?
Once you submit your application, you will receive an online acknowledgement that the application has been received. Your application will be reviewed to determine eligibility and potential for interview. If you are selected for an interview you will be contacted. If you have not heard from us within 30 days, you may assume the position has been filled.
Do I need to apply online?
Yes, we only accept online applications. To apply for a position, you must have a valid email address.
Scholarly e-book titles supporting student and faculty research, and general nonfiction on topics such as career development, arts and practical life skills.