The City of San Antonio provides 4 programs with it's partners: SA: Ready to Work, Train for Jobs SA, AlamoPROMISE, and Project Quest. These 4 programs provide excellent educational and workforce training opportunities for you. Learn about the programs at each link on this main page.
New to computers? No problem. We offer free computer classes at most library branches. Basic computer skills are essential in today's job market.
Interested in finding a new job or career? Here you can search our library catalog, check out our databases, and even take a look at our favorite resources - all in one place.
Click on the other tabs for career, interviewing, and resume tips for more details.
The Jobs and Small Business Center on the 5th floor of the Central Library is dedicated to helping our patrons as they search for a job or perform library database business research. Our online resources are available 24/7 with your San Antonio Public Library card.
Please be aware that Central Library is currently under construction above the first floor. If you need assistance with a resume during your session, please bring a friend to help in our Connect area. For more information, please see this link: https://guides.mysapl.org/covid-19/how-to
Please check our homepage www.mysapl.org for updates. You can also reach our JSBC Reference Team with remote help by clicking on Ask-A-Librarian or it's Virtual Chat on M-F 10-6 PM.
We wish you well - and have provided a new LibGuide to help customers with Unemployment during this challenging time. We are here for you.
You can find more books in our catalog under these keywords: interviewing, resume, job hunting and employment interviewing. We encourage you to visit Central Library's Job and Small Business Center for a specialized collection of books and resources to meet your career goals. Search Catalog
Did you know that only a tiny fraction of jobs are listed in the paper? Use these helpful sites to expand your job search into the online world.
Looking for jobs is hard work, but if you start out right you can make it a little easier.