Free job counseling and career workshops take place at the library twice a year to assess jobseekers' needs, skills, and interests, plus answer any specific career questions. The next series will be posted here when available.
The counselors guide you through a step-by-step approach to your job search, re-entry into the workforce or will help you rebuild your resume.
Job Search Help (Registration is required.)
Resume Workshops Discuss the resume style that best fits your needs, job transition and more.
One-on-One Counseling -- During your half-hour session, a counselor will help you assess your needs, skills and interests. Note: One session per person, per calendar year.
The Career Help series is run by Eileen Grimm, former head of the Career Guidance Center of Rockland County, for about 3 decades. Recent sessions at the library included: Resume Building, Individualized Career Counseling, and Job Search Strategies.
Questions: Please contact the Adult Reference desk at 845-352-5700, ext. 244.
Pictured above is Ms. Eileen Grimm, a career counselor for almost 30 years, helping patrons at the library. Due to her experience with diverse groups of people from many ethnic and cultural backgrounds, Ms. Grimm is able to tailor her counseling sessions to meet the unique needs of her clients.