Hope Acts will be in the Downtown Branch of the Portland Public Library every Tuesday to assist asylum seekers with work permit applications. For more information call, text or WhatsApp to (207) 613-5052
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Careers & Jobs
Searching for a job? Let the Library help you get started with job-seeking resources selected by our expert librarians. Using PPL’s Career Resources, you can learn about careers, create a resume, find and apply for jobs, prepare for interviews, take practice tests, and more. We offer free computer access to the Internet, as well as wifi service, expert staff assistance and robust collections to support your search.
A government sponsored resource to identify ways to help pay for college or vocational training.
Visit the Rines Auditorium to meet with local businesses such as Market Basket and Dunkin’ Donuts, or find out more about local educational resources such as Southern Maine Community College.
*** It is illegal to work in the US without work authorization, and doing so can be devastating to an asylum case. ***
One-on-one Technology Tutoring sessions are for all levels of computer users and offer a chance to sit down with a staff member for 30 minutes of free technology assistance. Laptops are available for use and the sessions take place in a quiet area of the library. Advance registration is required.
Are you exploring your options for a new job or career? Short-term training certificates, or an associate or bachelor’s degree, may be more affordable then you think.
Find the jobs and training programs in your area, and have help updating your resume using the Department of Labor’s Maine JobLink
The SBA Maine District Office offers statewide virtual and in-person business education workshops and events. Click here for more information.
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