Job Seekers

Library Resources

Aram Public Library offers free internet and computer workstation access with a valid Library card and password (available from any Service Desk). Bring your device and take advantage of our free WiFi connection.

Job seekers can also find materials in our collection – both print and digital  on researching careers, writing a resume, interviews and more.

Searching For a Job?

Aram Public Library offers the following digital tools to help with your job search. FREE with a valid Library Card. Don’t have a library card? Click here to apply online.

LearningExpress (Badgerlink)
Build your workplace skills, explore careers, and create strong resumes and cover letters, Learning Express also includes information interviewing and tools for a successful job search.

Lynda.com Need to brush-up on your Excel skills? practice keyboarding? learn coding? Lynda.com offers a library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts.

Gale Courses Job seekers will find valuable tools within Gale Courses including accounting, computer applications, Tools for Teachers, ASL, and computer programming.

  • 375+ courses, offered each month
  • six-week long online programs
  • certificate of completion is awarded
  • taught by college instructors who are experts in their field
  • every course is offerred monthly so there’s never a long wait to get started.
  • classes offered are tied to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ fastest-growing occupations, which positions our libraries to drive local economic development and meet demand for the top workplace skills.

Wisconsin focus

National & Local

  • Glass Door  – more than 15 millions jobs on over 400,000 companies divulging company reviews, salary data, and interview insights, all contributed by actual employees. No log-in necessary if accessed through this link.
  • 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.
  • Senior Job Bank – Unites employers with qualified older job seekers.
  • Workforce50 – Arms the older workforce with employment resources and career information to achieve their goals.
  • Retired Brains – Independent job and information resource for boomers, retirees and people planning their retirement.

Laid off? Furloughed?

From filing for unemployment to evaluating career options, the following resources can help.

Wisconsin Unemployment Benefits

You can file for Wisconsin Unemployment benefits online or by phone toll-free at 1 (800) UC CLAIM or 1 (800) 822-5246. Not sure if you qualify? Visit the Department of Workforce Development page to find out more.

Division of Veterans Services 
The Veterans Service Office counsels veterans and their family members regarding their entitlement to federal and state veterans’ benefits.