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Resources for Job Seekers @ the Library

Need access to a computer to search for jobs, fill out online job applications or write a resume?  

All twenty-five Tulsa City-County Library locations offer free computer access and wireless (Wi-Fi) connection.  Find your nearest branch!

In addition, the library offers numerous resources, both online and in print, to aid you in your job seeking. 

Volunteer Resource Management 1-2-3 Workshop

 

 

Volunteer Resource Management 1-2-3

Presented by RSVP & Volunteer Tulsa

 

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

9:00-10:30 am

Hardesty Regional Library, Frossard Auditorium

8316 E. 93rd St. • 918.549.7550

 

Using Census Data for Economic Development

Using Census Data for Economic Development

Sponsored by Community Service Council, Tulsa

Presented by Steve Beleu, Oklahoma Dept. of Libraries

 

 

Tuesday, October 28th

1:00-4:00pm

Hardesty Library, 8316 E. 96rd St.

Registration is required and limited to 18 attendees.  To register, e-mail jreed@tulsalibrary.org.  

 

Empty and Ready to Go

Construction at the Central Library is scheduled to begin this month.  Demolition is complete and areas like that shown in the photo present a clean slate to begin work.  You can help support the renovation by purchasing a "Libraries Change Lives" bracelet or license plate from the library's online Gift Shop.  Donation boxes are also available at every library location.

The Mummy's Curse by Will Thomas

 We’ve grown so accustomed to seeing mummies walk and archeologists fall prey to Egyptian curses in movies and cartoons that we forget there was a time when the public wondered if such things were real. In 1920’s London, soon after Harold Carter first opened King Tut’s tomb, there was a rash of unexplained or questionable deaths among the original party that opened the tomb in the Valley of the Kings.

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