Help the library assess its jobs program

The Fairfield Public Library started its Jobs Series since 2009 when it noticed more and more people were going to the facility in their search for new jobs. The unemployment ranks swelled after the economy tanked in 2008. Library officials decided they could do more than point to the reference section and answer questions.
Three years later, the program is a huge success and has been recognized by the Connecticut State Library and the Connecticut Library Association. The program has offered job and career services, including the seminar series, a Friday networking group, 1-on-1 career counseling, computer classes and so much more.
Now the library wants to know from job searchers what services and facets of the program were helpful. A survey can be filled out on the library’s website. It includes seven questions and responders will be confidential unless you prefer to provide your name. To access the survey, click here.

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