EVANSVILLE, Ind. — The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library has launched a new program to help those looking for jobs as well as small business owners.
Business Central is a resource that will assist people in the community through every part of the job search, including building a resume and practicing interview skills.
Small business owners can utilize the program to learn about bookkeeping, financing and small business planning.
For those who are in need of aid, EVPL’s Business Central has curated resources on how to receive local, state and federal assistance.
Buisness Central is one of the initiatives EVLP’s Director Scott Kinney said he’d roll out when he first started the job back in February.
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Online access to Business Central is available through the library’s website evpl.org/business-central-employee/.
Through the page, there is an option to book an appointment with a librarian to receive up to one hour of uninterrupted, personalized reference, or technical assistance.
EVLP has also uploaded a series of videos on their YouTube page that detail how to write a cover letter along with other how-tos.
“EVPL’s Business Central is ready to help you with your career or your business,” EVPL CEO-Director Scott Kinney said. “We have the tools and resources available to help everyone from those beginning their career to veteran business owners.”