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The Atlantic City Free Public Library
NJ Department of Labor
Calendar of Events
Statewide event calendars for upcoming information sessions with employers, virtual recruitment events and on-site job fairs
New Jersey Civil Service
Job announcements and civil service testing dates.
SkillUp NJ: Free Online Learning
Online learning platform designed to help people upgrade existing or learn new skills. The self-paced courses are accessible 24/7 from any computer with internet access.
Job Search Sites
This job search engine includes millions of job listings. Job seekers may sign up to receive job alerts in their email, based on location, type of job, or company.
Atlantic City Classified Ads
Job classified ads from the Press of Atlantic City.
Craigslist Job Classifieds
A good source for local job listings and "gigs" in South Jersey.
Learn Keyboarding and Using a Mouse
Learn Computer Basics
New User Tutorial
This tutorial is designed to help people who have never used a computer before.
Offers free online classes on computer basics and Microsoft Office programs (i.e., Word, Power Point, Excel, etc.).
Learn to Use a Computer
BBC: Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Using Your Computer – A basic introduction for anyone new to using a computer.
Labor and Literacy Lab
Job Skills Lab (in-person)
Dates: January 21, February 4 & 18
Time: 10am - 1pm
Location: Main Library's new Next Step computer lab
Staff assistance with:
- GED prep
- Job searching
- Resumes and cover letters
- Computer skills
- Setting up an email address, and more
To register, visit the Main Library Help Desk or call 609-345-2269 ext. 3060 for more information.
Atlantic City Works Training Program
Government Job Search Resources
New Jersey Career Services
NJDOL Career Services
Career Services is a quick and easy portal from the NJ Dept of Labor and Workforce Development. Use their Plan, Prepare, and Succeed model to learn more about the One Stop Center programs, unemployment, and to get help with resumes and cover letters.
City of Atlantic City Job Listings
View available job listings for the City of Atlantic City.
Atlantic County Women's Center (ACWC) Home To Work Program
1201 New Road
Cornerstone Commerce Center
Linwood, NJ 08221
Displaced Homemakers Services
Phone: (609) 601-9925
Offers services related to the loss of income due to the sudden disability of a partner, separation, divorce or widowhood. Counselors are available to guide women back into the workforce.
NJ Civil Service Jobs
State, county, and municipal government job announcements including Firefighters and Law Enforcement applications.
New Start Career Network
The New Start Career Network (NSCN), a program to serve New Jersey’s older, long-term unemployed job seekers.
Official job site of the U.S. Federal Government
Atlantic County One Stop
2 South Main Street
Pleasantville, NJ 08232
By appointment only!
Simple Resume Template
Click on the Blue "Resume Template" link above to open the resume template.
1. Open the "Resume Template" (a Microsoft Word document) by clicking the blue link above.
2. Replace the existing text with your own personal information.
3. Save your completed resume to a flash drive or email it to yourself as an attachment.
How to Create a Password
Create your own password using this guide
Click the blue link above.
How to Create a Password
Click on the Blue "Sample Passwords" link above to open the guide to creating passwords.
Creating a password for an employment application or for an email account can often be confusing and difficult. Our "Sample Passwords" guide can help you create a password that will work for most online profiles. Type and print your own password using this guide or save this document and email it to yourself for future use. Note: library staff can help you with this process, but cannot type for you.
Create an E-Mail Account and Upload a Resume to E-Mail
Create a Gmail account
Create a Yahoo account
These email accounts, the most popular, require a cell phone to establish. If you do not have a cell phone, use the service below.
What if I don't have a phone number or additional email to create an account?
- Gmail – Google will let you create an account, and skip the part about entering a phone number, although you must provide birthday and gender.
- Click “Create account“
- Follow steps (and skip phone number)
- Tutanota –
- Choose free subscription
- Provides recovery key
- Must be 16 years of age or older
- Note – By default, every message is password secured, and a password must be known to both the user and sender. To turn this feature off and send messages that do not require a password:
- Temporarily turn off: when sending an email, click the little red “lock” icon
- Always turn off: Settings>Email>Default delivery>set to “Not confidential”
- ProtonMail –
- Choose free plan
- Recovery email is optional
- Mail.com –
- Simply enter your name, desired email address, security question, password, and that’s it
How do I upload my resume to an online application?
To upload your resume to an online application, you first need to save your document as a PDF file or Microsoft Word file to the computer. It's best to save it in a place that's easy to find, e.g., the computer's desktop. Once it's saved in a place you can find, click browse on the application. If you saved it to the desktop, you will need to click on
desktop and search for your resume. Once you have located your resume, double click on your resume to upload it.
Employment Assistance for Ex-Offenders in Atlantic City
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