This is the "Help Desk FAQs" page of the "Help Desk FAQs" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Help Desk FAQs  

Frequently asked reference questions for Help Desk staff
Last Updated: May 14, 2014 URL: http://acfpl.libguides.com/faqs Print Guide RSS Updates

Help Desk FAQs Print Page
  Search: 
 

Adult Education

  • Computer Classes
    Does the Library offer computer classes and How do I register?
    Yes! Free Classes include:Basic Typing, Email Setup and Practice and Job Skills Workshop. Registration is only required for the Job Skills Workshop, and please note that an email address is required for this class. All Computer Training sessions are free and will be held in the meeting room of the Main Library. A valid ACFPL library card is required for Computer Training Sessions. View our Become a Member page to find out more about applying for a library card.
    View the Calendar of upcoming computer classes, http://www.acfpl.org/events-menu/check-for-class-listing-below/upcoming-computer-classes.
    Please also refer to our Adult Education LibGuide--tab on Computer Training at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/adulteducation.
  • Where do I find information on ESL classes
    Besides the free ESL classes at the Atlantic City Free Public library, ESL classes
    in Atlantic County are listed at the following website: http://www.learntrainwork.com/pdf_files/literacy. Free ESL classes are also being offered by the Atlantic City Parent Resource Center at the Sovereign Ave. school; please call 609-344-8809, x. 5081 for more information. Please also refer to our ESL and Language Learning LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/esl.
  • Where can I get High School Equivalency Test (formerly GED) test information
    Atlantic County has chosen to administer the TASC test, but only the computer version. Testing at the One Stop Center has been pushed back indefinitely due to technical issues. There is currently no registration in place either. If patrons have questions during this period of uncertainty, they can contact Ken, Instructor Employment and Training, at One Stop. His number is 609-485-0052, ext. 4832.
    • Free GED evening preparation classes are being offered by the Atlantic City Parent Resource Center and classes are held at the Sovereign Ave. school; please call 609-344-8809, x. 5081 for more information.
  • Financial Aid for College
    I need money for college. Where do I start?
    Complete an online FASFA form and use these government sites.
    http://studentaid.ed.gov/
    http://studentaid.ed.gov/fafsa
    Please also refer to our College Planning LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/college.
  • How can I learn Spanish or another foreign language?
    ACFPL offers two language learning Computer-Based Resources, Mango and Pronunciator, as part of our Premium eResources, available to library card members, 24/7, from anywhere you have a computer or smart phone connection.
    Please also refer to our ESL and Language Learning LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/esl.
  • Proctoring Services--Atlantic County
    Atlantic Cape.Community College provides proctoring services at all sites.

    Students should call 463-3775 for the Atlantic City Campus; 343-5099 for the Main Campus, Mays Landing and 463-3775 for the Cape May Campus. Please also refer to our Adult Education guide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/adulteducation.

Atlantic City Information

  • Faxing and Notary Information
    Where can I go in Atlantic City to fax something or get something notarized?
    Items can be faxed at the following locations in Atlantic City:
    Atlantic City Check Cashing
    1226 Atlantic Ave; 348-9493
    Jersey Discount
    1318 Atlantic Ave; 345-7274
    Free Faxing and Phone Calls for job related or e-government issues available at SJ Aids Alliance (Oasis) on 32 S. Tennessee Ave; also offers free showers.
    You can get documents notarized at no cost in the Atlantic City Revenue & Finance Dept, 7th floor, 1301 Bacharach Blvd.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity.
  • Local Hotels in Atlantic City
    Do you have a list of local hotels?
    Yes, please consult the following websites:
    http://www.kayak.com
    https://maps.google.com
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity.
  • Obituary Requests
    On-site access to Atlantic City newspapers is available whenever the Library is open. To locate the date of an article from 1984 to the present, researchers are encouraged to use the Online Local News Index. Tip: do a subject search for the person's name - last name, first name.
    The Library has The Press of Atlantic City from 1895 (with a few exceptions) on microfilm. There are also other area newspapers available on microfilm. The Library also has Newsbank, a full-text searchable database of The Press, from 1988 to the present, and this is available on-site only.
    If you are not able to visit on-site, limited research assistance is available for a fee ($15 fee for up to 3 names or events if dates are known; $30.00 for Historical Information Search up to an hour). Appropriate fees must be pre-paid and sent along with an Archive Materials Order Form.
  • Prayer Times for Atlantic City
    What are this month’s Salat Prayer Times for Atlantic City?
    Please consult the following websites: http://www.islamicity.com/prayertimes/
    http://www.islamicfinder.org/.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity.
  • Public Transportation Information
    Find information for buses and trains in NJ and obtain schedules.
    To obtain information on how to get to a specific location, please consult Google Maps and click on the icon for Bus Info.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity.

Consumer Information

  • How do I get my credit score for free?
    Credit Karma, www.creditkarma.com, provides truly free credit scores to consumers direct from the credit bureaus. Scores are retrieved securely with no hidden fees. Must create a free account with Credit Karma in order to obtain the score. Please also refer to our Consumer Information LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/consumer.
  • How do I get my free credit report?
    Request a free report from AnnualCreditReport.com, OR by calling 1-877-322-8228, OR by filling out the Annual Credit Report Request form and mailing it to Annual Credit Report Request Service, P.O. Box 105281, Atlanta, GA 30348-5281. You can request all three reports (i.e. Equifax, Experian and TransUnion) at once or get them one at a time. Please also refer to our Consumer Information LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/consumer.
  • Saving Money
    How do I find low prices on specific products?
    Please consult websites such as:
    www.slickdeals.net
    www.shopzilla.com
    www.yahooshopping.com
    Please also refer to our Consumer Information LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/consumer.

eGovernment

  • Driver's License NJ Sample Questions
    How do I get sample questions for the NJ driving test (DMV)
    Please consult the following website
    http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/Licenses/sample_knowledge_test.htm.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Fishing Licenses--NJ Saltwater Recreational Registry Program
    Please consult the following website to register for the first time or to renew your registration: saltwaterregistry.nj.gov/‎. Registration is free.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Identification
    How do I get identification if I don’t drive?
    NJ residents 14 years of age and older, may apply for a non-driver photo identification.
    To obtain a non-driver ID card:
    Complete the front side of a non-driver ID application (BA-207 form)
    Pass the 6 Point ID requirements
    Pay $24 fee.
    For more information, please consult the following website: http://www.nj.gov/mvc/Licenses/NonDriverID.htm.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • MBOS (Pension Loans)
    PERS, TPAF, PFRS, or SPRS members must submit loan requests using the Loan Application programs of the Member Benefits Online System (MBOS), at the following website: www.state.nj.us/treasury/pensions or the New Automated Information System at (609) 777-1777, available 24/7.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Military Records
    How I can get a copy of my Military Service Record (Form DD214)?
    Obtain a mail-in application or order online at this website http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/.
    Please also refer to our Veterans' Resources LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/veterans
  • Obtaining Social Security Statement
    Paper Statements are only sent to workers age 60 and older if they are not already receiving Social Security benefits. To obtain a Social Security Statement Online, go to http://www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount/ and create a My Social Security Account online by providing some personal information about yourself and then creating a username and password that you will use to access your online account.
  • Social Security Card
    Can you help me obtain a new or replace a lost Social Security Card?
    We can print you an application or you can go to this website: http://www.ssa.gov/ssnumber/.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Vital Records
    I need a Birth, Death, or Marriage Certificate. How do I get one?
    In New Jersey, you can get a mail-in application at: http://web.doh.state.nj.us/apps2/forms/subforms.aspx?pro=vital. For other states, contact BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS – (STATE NAME).
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity

Health & Medical

  • AA and NA Meetings
    Where are local AA or NA meetings?
    Please consult the following websites:
    http://www.sobrietyonline.org/meetings/aa-meetings-nj.php, which has a listing of AA and NA meetings. Please also refer to our Substance Abuse LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/substanceabuse
  • Affordable Care Act (ACA)
    For information on the Affordable Care Act and how it will impact you, please consult the following websites:
    Looking Out for Your Legal Rights, June 2013, www.lsnjlaw.org
    Center for American Progress, www.americanprogress.org
    Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, www.cms.gov/CCIIO. Please also refer to our Affordable Care Act LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/affordablecareact
  • How can I obtain medical care if I don't have health insurance?
    Charity Care is available in NJ (New Jersey Hospital Care Payment Assistance Program). Must apply at hospital in NJ where care was received. In Atlantic City, apply at the
    Atlanticare Healthplex
    1401 Atlantic Avenue
    Atlantic City, NJ 08401-7022
    (609) 572-6000
    For questions about Charity Care, please see the LSNJ publication New Jersey’s Charity Care Program at http://www.lsnj.org/PDFs/CharityCare.pdf
    Also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Medical Questions
    Can you help me find trusted medical information?
    Please consult these government run websites.
    http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/
    http://www.nlm.nih.gov/
    http://healthfinder.gov/
    Also also refer to our LibGuide for Health & Medical
    Resources, http://acfpl.libguides.com/health

Housing

  • Affordable Housing
    How can I find an affordable apartment?
    Please search the following websites:
    Affordable Apartment Search for New Jersey, http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/states/new_jersey/renting, maintained by HUD
    New Jersey Housing Resource Center (NJHRC), http://nj.gov/njhrc/ Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, Essential Services, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Public Housing
    How do I apply for public housing?
    Applications are currently being accepted for the following:
    • Public Housing
    • John P. Whittington Senior Living Center
    You must apply online at:
    https://atlanticcityha.tenmast.com/applyatlanticcityha/
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, Essential Services, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Avoiding Foreclosure
    Can you help me find resources to avoid foreclosure?
    Information is available at these sites. http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/topics/avoiding_foreclosure (includes information on Making Homes Affordable) http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/fc/.
    Please also refer to our Consumer Help LibGuide, Debt Management, http://acfpl.libguides.com/consumer

Legal Services

  • Divorce Forms
    Where do I get divorce forms?
    The Atlantic County Law Library at the Atlantic County Civil Courts Building,
    1201 Bacharach Blvd, 3rd floor has a packet containing all the divorce forms.
    Please also refer to our Legal Resources LibGuide, Represent Yourself in Court, http://acfpl.libguides.com/legal
  • Legal Assistance
    What if I can’t afford a lawyer?
    Please contact the Atlantic County office of South Jersey Legal Services, located at
    26 South Pennsylvania Avenue, Ste. 100, 1st floor, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
    (609) 348-4200 SJLSAtlantic@lsnj.org or see their website at www.lsnj.org/sjls.
    Also please see our Legal Resources LibGuide http://acfpl.libguides.com/legal,
    which has information on Representing Yourself in Court.

Superstorm Sandy

The Sandy Homeowner/Rental Assistance Program (SHRAP) is a temporary relief program to help those experiencing a housing crisis as a result of Hurricane Sandy.

Recipients of the program will receive assistance with costs associated with:

  • Maintaining temporary housing while their primary residence is repaired/rebuilt
  • Maintaining a primary residence for the household to return to when repair/reconstruction is completed.
  • Maintaining housing after a reduction in income

Eligible households will be provided with assistance for paying mortgage, rent, retroactive or current utility payments and the purchase of essential furnishings/appliances.

To learn more about this program and the documentation that must be provided, please see http://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/dfd/programs/shrap/. To learn more or to be considered for this program in Atlantic County, please go to or call Atlantic County building 1333 Atlantic Ave, 3rd floor, 609-345-6700 ext. 2717.  Please also refer to our Atlantic City Guide Essential Services, http://acfpl.libguides.com/content.php?pid=204065. 

Taxes

  • Can you help me find forms and file my taxes?
    Please consult the following websites:
    http://www.irs.gov/uac/Free-File:-Do-Your-Federal-Taxes-for-Free
    http://www.irs.gov/Forms-&-Pubs
    Also, during tax season, AARP Tax Aide Program volunteers will be at the ACFPL meeting room to prepare taxes, by appointment only; for more information please see our Tax Information LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/taxes
  • Property Taxes
    How do I appeal my property taxes in Atlantic City/County?
    A property owner may appeal his tax assessment by filing a Petition of Appeal and paying a filing fee ranging from $5.00 to $150.00 based on the assessed valuation.
    The appeal must be received by the county Board of Taxation on or before April 1 of the tax year. Supporting proof should include appraisals or comparable sales—not more than 5 comparable sales and information should include the block, lot, sale price and deed date.
    For more information, please consult the Atlantic County Board of Taxation website http://www.aclink.org/taxation/.
    Please also refer to our Tax Information LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/taxes
  • Tax Rate
    What is the current Tax Rate for Atlantic City or other Atlantic County towns?
    Please consult the following website: http://www.aclink.org/taxation/mainpages/rates.asp?varYear=2012.
    Please also refer to our Tax Information LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/taxes
  • Unemployment Insurance > 1099-G Tax Statement
    Tax Form 1099-G “Certain Government Payments” will no longer be mailed to recipients of Unemployment Insurance benefits in New Jersey. You will be
    able to obtain this information by using our online 1099-G Income Tax Statement application.
    The online 1099-G application will provide you with your New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (LWD) 1099-G Income Tax Statement, which you can view and print through the application.
    To use the online 1099-G application, go to the Unemployment Insurance page of the LWD website at www.njuifile.net. Once you have signed into the application, click on View/Print 1099-G Tax Statement and then click continue after reviewing the instructions.
    You will need your online user ID, password and Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access your tax information.
  • Unemployment Insurance > 1099-G Tax Statement
    Tax Form 1099-G “Certain Government Payments” will no longer be mailed to recipients of Unemployment Insurance benefits in New Jersey. You can obtain this information by using the online 1099-G Income Tax
    Statement application. The online 1099-G application provides you with your NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development 1099-G Income Tax Statement, which you can view and print through the application.
    To use the online 1099-G application, go to the Unemployment Insurance website at www.njuifile.net. Once you have signed into the application, click on View/Print 1099-G Tax Statement and then click continue after reviewing the instructions. You will need your online user ID, password and Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access your tax information.

Using Equipment

  • Does the Library have fax machines or scanners for public use?
    No, the Library does not have fax machines or scanners for public use.
    Please refer to our Atlantic City Guide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • How do I use the Copying Machines?
    To adjust the copy ratio--Press "Copy Ratio" in the display window
    The screen will automatically change to display ratio functions and options
    The default is %100.
    Use the Chevron arrows below %100 to increase or decrease the ratio
    There is no preview option, it is trial and error!
    After making adjustments, click OK
    The copier is now ready to make copies at the selected Ratio.
    When finished, please press the yellow "CA" button to "Clear All" adjustments made by you and return copier to default settings.
  • How do I use the Microfilm Reader/Printer?
    Minolta (old machines)
    Thread machine as shown on paper diagram.
    Print area is within the black box on the screen
    PowerScan (computer machine)
    Turn on computer monitor. Turn power button on for Scan Pro machine. It is located on the back right hand side of the device. Hear the device powering on and green light on the front of the machine will turn on.
    Double click the Power Scan 2000 icon on the desktop; the program will open
    To Load Microfilm: Pull gently front of the machine until the glass pops open. Put the spool on the left hand side. Beginning of the film goes under and between the white bars on the left hand side. Put film under the angled piece of glass. Feed film between white bars on the right hand side and pull film up and place in slot on holder on the right hand side that reads “Take up Reel Do not Remove.”
    To use: Gently push black handle back and picture of film will appear on the screen. Note: If black s

Job Search and Resumes

  • How do I apply for unemployment benefits in New Jersey?
    Please apply online at this website: https://njsuccess.dol.state.nj.us/html/uimain.html
    Please also refer to our Jobs & Careers LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/Jobs-Careers
  • How can I obtain an email address so I can apply for jobs online?
    Yahoo doesn’t require a code sent as a text message to a cell phone; Gmail does.
    Go to the following website: www.yahoo.com
    Go to the mail icon in the upper right hand side of the page.
    Create new account.
    Choose a username and password that is unique to you. Passwords need to be at least six characters.
    Write down your Yahoo Ids and passwords and keep them in a safe place.
    Once all of the personal information has been entered, click “Create my account.”
    Please also refer to our Jobs & Careers LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/Jobs-Careers
  • Can you help me find a job or change careers?
    You can use the Job applications computers at ACFPL to work on job applications, resumes and job searches. Also please refer to our Jobs & Careers LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/Jobs-Careers Please also see the Jobs4jersey website, http://www.jobs4jersey.com/, which offers listings of jobs and help with resumes.

  • What are some good websites to look for jobs?
    Please refer to the Jobs & Careers LibGuide http://acfpl.libguides.com/Jobs-Careers
    or Jobs4jersey, http://jobs4jersey.com or the Atlantic City Press classifieds, http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/nj-jobs-plus
  • Can you help me with my resume?
    Although we cannot write your resume, you can use the Job applications computers at ACFPL to work on job applications, resumes and job searches. You can create a resume using guides on this website, at Jobs4jersey.com.
    We also have resume help and templates in our Jobs & Careers LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/Jobs-Careers and our word templates. In addition, Job & Career Accelerator and Learnfree.org provide resume samples.
  • How do I upload my resume to an online application
    To upload your resume to an online application, you first need to download your document as a PDF file or a Microsoft Word file. The file type you need to download will depend on what the employer is requesting.
    With your resume open, click the Download button for the appropriate format--Word or PDF.
    Now you should see a message "Your document is ready for download." Click the "Click Here" link.
    A new window will open that asks if you'd like to Open or Save your document. Select the Save option and chose a location on your computer to save the file--e.g. the desktop so that its you want to make sure it's easy to find, save it to your desktop.
    Now that the document is saved to your computer, you can upload it to the application. Click the Browse button on the application's upload page to display your computer files. Then, double click on the file that you wish to upload.
  • Where is the list of Civil Service Jobs especially Law Enforcement?
    Civil service jobs for Atlantic City can be located at http://www.cityofatlanticcity.org, and Civil Service jobs in New Jersey can be located at http://www.nj.gov/csc/seekers/jobs/.
  • When is the Law Enforcement Entrance Exam being given in 2013?
    The announcement date was June 4, 2013, and the last date to file will be September 3, 2013. Please note:
    • Applications will only be accepted online, please click on this link, https://online.csc.state.nj.us/oas/Applicant_Login.aspx?Symbol=S9999R&Form_ID=LEE
    • Titles included are Municipal Police Officers, County Police Officers and Sheriff, and County Corrections Officers. .
    For more information, please see http://www.state.nj.us/csc/authorities/faq/safety/lee.html#3.

Locating People/Businesses on the Web

  • How can I find phone numbers and addresses for people or companies?
    Usually you can just type a phone number (with area code) into Google, or your favorite search engine. Or consult the following online phone directories:
    www.whitepages.com
    www.switchboard.com--Search for businesses, people, phone numbers, and email addresses.
    www.pipl.com--A people search engine that scours the deep Web for information, searching across social networking sites, search engines, databases, etc. to find tidbits you might not usually find on a basic search.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity

Public Assistance

  • Atlantic Homeless Alliance
    The Atlantic Homeless Alliance offers a Single Point of Entry System, which simplifies access to services in Atlantic County. This Single Point of Entry will offer the following services:
    — Benefits
    — Case management
    — Food and clothing
    — Housing
    — Mental health treatment
    — Primary care service
    — Reconnecting to family and friends
    — Substance use treatment
    — Supportive employment
    — VA support
    • Help Obtain Necessary Identification
    • Travelers Assistance
    (All services based on eligibility).
    Staff are available: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 2:00 pm; After hours please call 609-345-2277
    Atlantic County Office Building
    1333 Atlantic Avenue, 1st Floor (Walk-ins Welcome)
    609-343-2277; After hours, weekends & holidays, please call 609-345-5517
    aha@jfsatlantic.org
  • Free Cell Phone
    How can I get a free cell phone?
    Please consult the following websites:
    http://www.freegovernmentcellphones.net/
    https://www.safelinkwireless.com/Enrollment/Safelink/en/Public/NewHome.html
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, Essential Services, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Headstart Program
    The Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center has a list of FAQs, at this website: http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/hs/about.
    Also, please consult these websites:
    http://www.atlhmrcs.com/headtstart.asp
    http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/HeadStartOffices
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, Essential Services, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • NJ Medicaid
    How do I apply for Medicaid in NJ?
    Medicaid is available only to certain low-income individuals and families who fit into an eligibility group that is recognized by federal and state law. Use NJ HELPS for self screening. Must apply for Medicaid through the county board of social services--
    Atlantic County
    1333 Atlantic Avenue
    Atlantic City, NJ 08401
    609-348-3001
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • NJ SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)--formerly Food Stamps
    How do I apply for food stamps, emergency cash and/or Medicaid in New Jersey?
    You can apply for all types of assistance at the following website: https://oneapp.dhs.state.nj.us/.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide--tab for Essential Services at url: http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity
  • Public Assistance
    Are You Eligible for Assistance?
    NJHelps can help you determine what programs and assistance you and your family may be eligible for, such as: food stamps, utility assistance, health insurance and more. In English and in Spanish.
    Please also refer to our Atlantic City LibGuide, Essential Services, http://acfpl.libguides.com/atlanticcity

Small Business and Nonprofit Organizations

  • Community Loan Program-Atlantic City
    The city of Atlantic City now has a Community Loan Program for its businesses and residents. Thirty million dollars is available for distribution over a five-year period. It can be used for current city businesses or businesses who want to relocate in Atlantic City.

    For more information: The website is cloanprogram.com
    The telephone number is 866-354-3636.
  • Can you help me find information about starting a small business?
    Please consult the Small Business Development Center run by Stockton College, and housed at the Carnegie Library in Atlantic City, or refer to their website at http://www.njsbdc.com/ to fill out an electronic request for counseling.
    Please also refer to our Our Business LibGuide, http://acfpl.libguides.com/business
  • How do I start a non-profit organization in NJ?
    Please consult http://www.dmlp.org/legal-guide/forming-nonprofit-corporation-new-jersey
    Please also refer to our Business LibGuide—tab for Nonprofits at URL: http://acfpl.libguides.com/business
  • Small Business Plan Help
    How can I get help in creating a business plan?
    Please consult the following websites:
    http://www.sba.gov/category/navigation-structure/starting-managing-business/starting-business/writing-business-plan
    http://www.bplans.com/
    Please also refer to our Business LibGuide, tab on Business Plans & Forms, http://acfpl.libguides.com/business
 

How can I get research or reference assistance?

All Library staff are available to answer questions or offer general assistance.

Call the Library 609-345-2269 or email us at Reflib@acfpl.org 

Description

Loading  Loading...

Tip