Online Job Resources
Warner Library is dedicated to providing members of the community with available resources that aid in employment search including job search sites and resources; job boards; education and training; referral sites; and partnering with the One Stop Employment Center based in White Plains.
Warner Library is partnering with Westchester County's One Stop Employment Center to assist unemployed local residents. Anyone collecting unemployment insurance in either Sleepy Hollow or Tarrytown can utilize the career resources available at the library to fulfill their job search requirements. This gives local residents the convenience of searching for a job close to home rather than having to travel to White Plains. Activities such as applying for a job online, establishing an email to apply for jobs or send resumes, working on a resume or taking job related tests all count toward the work search requirement. One Stop clients should stop by the Reference Desk to have work search efforts recorded.
Shiftgig is an online community for service and hospitality businesses providing them with better connections for employment. Job candidates and hiring managers connect with eachother to get positions filled, saving money and time for both parties.
Employment opportunities are available at Phelps Memorial Hospital, the 7th largest employer in Westchester County. You will need an e-mail to apply.
These online job boards focus on connecting industrious, hard-working professionals with employers who need to hire great talent now. Job boards range from entry-level to experienced. Create a free account to apply for a listed job.
Find what you need regarding education, certification, or training. Includes requirements for licensing and educational/employment opportunities.
A wide range of websites to assisst everyone during their employment search. Government benefit programs, veteran services, unemployment insurance benefits, services for people with disabilities, WEBS Career Counseling, United Way, and more.
As the nation grapples with tough economic times, Americans are increasingly turning to libraries to take advantage of their free programs and services. Libraries across the nation have taken steps to aid their patrons during rising unemployment by providing free resources, information, and guidance to job seekers.