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Friday, December 3, 2021

Butte County Library Announces Start of Accessibility Program

Butte County Libraries have announced that the Accessibility Program is here.

REACH means to reconnect, engage, mature, create and hope. The program aims to support those in need as a job seeker, a small business owner, and an entrepreneur. It provides economic and workforce development resources.

The program will help with resume assistance, mock interviews, job application assistance, career search, collaborative workspace, e-learning platforms, and career online help in applying for scholarships for free enrollment in high school diploma.

The REACH program will help you find a job, train for a new career, acquire new skills, and more. Free one-on-one counseling sessions with library staff are also being offered as part of the programme. Email [email protected] to schedule a counseling session.

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Other information about the Accessibility program can be found at www.buttecounty.net/bclibrary. The program is also looking for volunteers to become job center coaches. Coaches will help people use technology and other resources to find jobs and develop new tools.

To volunteer, contact Misty Wright via email [email protected] or call 530.552.5652.

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