St. Francis Public Library


Job Search Resources



  • Free internet and computer access.
  • Bring your own device and connect to our free WiFi.
  • Mobile printing allows you to send print jobs from home or from your mobile device for pickup at our copy machine.
  • Job seekers can find a variety of helpful resources in our collection:

If you are looking for help preparing or updating your resume, writing a cover letter, or prepping to ace an interview:

Resumes and cover letters: 650.142
Job interviews: 650.144
If you’re just starting out in your career, looking to make a career switch, or need help getting started in your job search:

Basic job search and career guidance: 650.14
If you need to brush up on your computer skills for a new job or to help with your job search:

Basic introductions to Mac and Windows operating systems: 005.446
Introductions to Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, etc.: start at 005.5


Digital Resources

  • Brainfuse JobNowA versatile online service designed to support every step of the job search process. JobNow features live online coaches who, among other things, assist in resume/cover letter preparation, and help patrons prepare for job interviews.
  • LearningExpress (Badgerlink) - provides interactive tutorials, practice tests, e-books, flashcards and articles for academic skill-building, standardized test preparation, career development and more.
  • Gale Courses - Gale Courses offers a wide range of highly interactive, instructor led courses that you can take entirely online.




  • Milwaukee Jobs - In addition to local job listings, provides detailed information on resumes, interviews, and everything it takes to get hired.
  • Job Center of Wisconsin – Search for state and local jobs. Offers special assistance for job seekers with disabilities, ex-offenders, and veterans.
  • Goodwill - Helped individuals with disabilities or disadvantages improve their lives through training, supportive services and employment opportunities.
  • Goodwill Workforce Connection Center - Open to anyone in the community. An array of services, including resume assistance, job preparation workshops, access to computers and other technology, job leads and a regular schedule of employer recruitment sessions are available. Services are provided at no charge to you.
  • Wisconsin Job Fairs – A list of job fairs throughout the state curated by the Job Center of Wisconsin.
  • State of Wisconsin Government Jobs - The official employment site for the Wisconsin State Government.
  • Glass Door  – Glassdoor has millions of jobs plus salary information, company reviews, and interview questions from people on the inside.
  • Career Builder – Get advice or search over 1.6 million jobs
  • Indeed – Millions of jobs from thousands of company web sites, job boards and newspapers.
  • LinkedIn Jobs – Leverage the world’s largest professional network to build relationships and connect with opportunity.
  • Monster – Search for jobs, read career advice from Monster’s job experts, and find hiring and recruiting advice.
  • Nursing in Wisconsin Career Guide - Published by Purdue University Northwest, this guide includes specialty and state professional nursing organizations and available scholarships tailored to Wisconsin nursing students. Also featured is information on how to apply for and obtain nursing licensure, career outlook insights such as rates of job growth and employment within Wisconsin.
  • Senior Job Bank – Unites employers with qualified older job seekers.
  • Workforce50 – Employers post directly to the Workforce50 Jobs exclusive job board to reach our older and experienced audience.
  • Retired Brains – Helps boomers, seniors and retirees find the perfect part time, seasonal, temporary or work at home job to help supplement retirement income, or to help stay social and active in retirement.




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