Want or need to take continuing education classes? Check out our Universal Class database. Universal Class is a collection of over 500 continuing education classes in topics such as Accounting, History, and Real Estate. Classes are instructor-led, and you’ll get feedback from live instructors about what you’re learning.
Continuing Education Units can be earned through these classes and are accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). Other classes offer Certificates of Achievement for completion.
To access this go to: http://www.infodepot.org, select eResources and then Universal Class. You’ll need a library card to login. Please call us at 596-3505 for assistance.
Job Fair for SMX-Amazon on Thursday, July 23 from 9-11:30 am at the Goodwill Job Connection in Greer. 133 W Wade Hampton Blvd. Hiring Production Workers, all shifts, with pay rate from $10.50 to $11.50 hour. Apply online at http://www.apply.smjobs.com.
Want to learn more about the investment and business databases that are available to you through the library? Come join us Tuesday, July 14 at 10:00 am in the Carolina Southern Classroom at the Headquarters Library.
Does your small business need mailing lists? Check out ReferenceUSA. Using this database, you can generate lists by zip code, within a certain radius, by estimated income, etc.
Access is free to SCPL library card holders. Find it at http://www.infodepot.org, click on eResources, and then select ReferenceUSA. Call us at 596-3505 for additional assistance.
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.
Small businesses may find assistance and alternative sources of capital on the following web site.
Ever wished you could check on your broker and find out more information about them? Try out the new service called BrokerCheck.
It’s a quick way to plug in a name and ensure that the broker doesn’t have disciplinary issues on his/her resume — hasn’t stolen from anyone, churned their account, or been fired.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, called FINRA, is advertising its new website and trying to encourage investors to check it out, with a kind of “buyer beware” message. Go to brokercheck.finra.org to find out more about this product.