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Resume Help Online
This free resume building tool is an online resume builder that enables you create your own resume.
JobStar Resume Guide
"A public library based job search information site." Although the focus of this site is on California, there is a great deal of useful information for all job seekers here. Provides great information on resumes, including different types of resumes, resume samples, other websites, plus information on writing cover letters.
This resume workshop from the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL), provides detailed explanations, as well as step-by-step processes, for creating an effective resume.
Susan Ireland's Resume Site
Susan Ireland's website has terrific information and samples for the job seeker, including free online workshops for resume writing.
Resume Help: Resume-Resource
Resume-Resource is strictly devoted to providing exactly what its title implies – a wide-ranging resource for resume help and cover letter help. Using Resume-Resource, job seekers can view resume examples, read resume writing guides, and learn how to write a resume online.
Use these resources in the library as a guest or from any internet connection with your library card.
Job & Career Accelerator Create a resume with the Resume Builder available. Plug your personal information into a simple form and print out a basic resume.
Tutor.com's Adult Center Career Help will give you access to a live tutor who can help you with your resume. Also take advantage of the Resume & Cover Letter Templates and Guidelines available.
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