In 2020, Foundation donors made a significant impact in support of the Library’s accomplishments in our community. Thank you! As we await publication of the 2020 Annual Report to the Community, we remain grateful for past successes and will continue to honor the donors in our 2019 Annual Report to the Community.
Areas of Support
Wireless Access – Free Wi-Fi service is on for limited use in Library parking lots
LinkedIn Learning – Access 2,000+ tutorials on Microsoft, Apple, web development, IT security, and more
Book A Librarian – virtual appointments where Customers can receive uninterrupted, personalized reference assistance
Tech Hubs – access to technology (computers, laptops, and printers) available to Customers at select Library locations.
Employment Assistance and Readiness Services
Job + Business Center – provides resources to help Library Customers apply for unemployment, find a job, create a resume, prepare for interviews, begin a new career, or update professional skills.
Microsoft Certifications through LinkedIn Learning and/or Universal Class provides resources for Customers to learn new programs, sharpen professional skills, and earn resume-enhancing certifications.
Job Now powered by brainfuse provides live online help and resources to guide job seekers through every step of the process. Services include live interview coaching, expert resume review, resume templates, live job search help, career assessments, live job coaches, unemployment assistance, and an adult learning center.
Learning At Home
Lynda.com – 2,000+ video-based classes focused on business and tech skills.
Universal Class – over 500 online courses, including CEUs (Continuing Education Unit) and CEU Certificates.
HelpNow powered by brainfuse – online tutors available for one-on-one homework help in English or Spanish for students of all ages. Live FAFSA help is also available. Services include live tutoring, writing labs, language labs, and study tools.
The Gale Presents Peterson’s Test Prep an online resource for students to prepare for tests, refresh academic skills, find a school (college, university, and vocational), and explore careers.
Science to Go backpacks – a free program for students ages 5 – 9. Backpacks include books related to a STEM subject, a hands-on activity sheet, and a field notebook.