Job seekers–don’t miss this great opportunity!
Job Fair will be held at SC Works, 220 E Kennedy St in Spartanburg on Thursday, May 5 from 8:00 am to noon. Veterans and “Preferred Pass” holders are able to enter at 8:00 am. General public enters at 10:00 am.
Be sure to bring a professional looking resume and dress to impress. Please call SC Works for more information at 764-1966.
Learn effective interviewing skills and land that job! Michelle Campbell from SC Works will lead this workshop at the Headquarters Library on Thursday, April 28 from 2:00-3:00 pm in the Computer Classroom.
Starting a small business and need industry data? The Headquarters library carries the RMA Annual Statement Studies.
These volumes contain comparative industry data that comes directly from the financial statements of small and medium-size business clients of the Risk Management Association’s (RMA) member institutions.
For almost 100 years, RMA has been the leader in providing the industry with reliable and accurate benchmarking figures, including balance sheet and income statement line items and 18-classical industry average ratios, such as the current ratio, quick ratio, and turnover ratios.
Need sample business plans and other documents for your start-up business? Our Small Business Reference Center is just what you need.
Access this through our home page http://www.infodepot.org, click on eResources, then select that database. Access is free with your SCPL library card. Call us at 864-596-3505 for assistance.
These upcoming workshops will meet at SC Works, 220 E. Kennedy St. in Spartanburg.
Tuesday, March 29–2:00-3:00 pm The Basics of Starting Your Own Business
Wednesday, March 30–2:00-3:00 pm Financial Commitment
Thursday, March 31–2:00-3:00 pm Marketing Plan and Customer Base
Learn effective interviewing skills and land that job! Michelle Campbell from SC Works will lead this workshop at the Headquarters Library on Thursday, March 24 from 2:00-3:00 pm in the Computer Classroom.
Want to read some of the popular new business books? Take a look at the NY Times list below and then stop by the library and check them out.