Explore Careers, Craft your Resumé, and Find a Great Job with Job & Career Accelerator

Finding a job can be a frustrating and complicated process. We have online tools to help. Job & Career Accelerator will give you the tools needed to find a job or a new career. 

Best of all, it is free to you through the Saint Paul Public Library and the Electronic Library for Minnesota.

Through  the Job & Career Accelerator, you can:

Find a Career Match: Take interest and skills matcher quizzes to find occupations that are good matches for what you are already like or are good at.

Explore Occupations: Learn about in-demand work and jobs in the green economy or explore occupations. If you are a veteran, learn about transitioning from military service to a civilian occupation that leverages your skills from the service.

Search for Jobs and Internships: Learn best practices for finding a job today and look for internships or jobs in which you might be interested.

Explore Tools to Get Hired: Learn how to craft great resumés, write cover letters that get you in the door, and learn how to interview for jobs with confidence.

The Career Library features e-books on specific career tracks and skills for networking and career success.

The School and Scholarship Finder can help you identify programs that will prepare you for the career of your dreams and find the funds to help pay for an education.

Register on Job & Career Accelerator to save your progress, store score reports, and revisit any practice tests, tutorials, or e-books. Registration only requires a valid email address and a password. After you register, you can sign in to return to your content.

More skill-building and test-preparation resources are available in LearningExpress Library.

Find more free resources for jobs and careers available from the Saint Paul Public Library (some service require logging on with a library card).

Find more free online resources from the Electronic Library for Minnesota.

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