Plymouth City Council’s library service is launching its fourth work club on Friday 11 July, this time at St Budeaux Library.
The work club will give jobseekers practical advice on putting together a CV and covering letter, searching for jobs and using websites. There will also be support with completing application forms and preparing for interviews.
Run in partnership with Plymouth Community Homes, Working Links and the Learning Curve, the club is free of charge and open to everyone. Sessions will run every Friday between 9am and midday, with no time limit on using PCs and no charges for printing.
Similar work clubs are already up and running at West Park and Devonport libraries every Wednesday and at the Central Library every Tuesday. All three run from 10am to midday. The Crownhill work club is also re-launching on Thursday 10 July between 1.30pm and 3.30pm and will continue to run weekly.
Deputy Council Leader Peter Smith said: “We are pleased that our library service is able to be part of such an important project. Helping people find jobs and increase their confidence is crucial to the city’s future. Solid practical advice from people who know what they are talking about is just the job!”
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