- INTERFACE Project: free short digital literacy courses
- From Wisconsin Technical College System
- For those who need the basics. This covers practicing using a mouse all the way to protecting your information online and using social media and email.
- Gale Courses: Computer Skills in the Workplace
- Microsoft Office Training Center: Get going quickly and easily with Office 365 video training for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive, SharePoint, Microsoft Teams and more.
- Job Center of Wisconsin Virtual Workshops
Job Centers have resources for job seekers and employers. Find a Job Center in your county to get started.
Search for books and materials on finding a job, interviewing skills, test prep, and more available from your public library.
Create or Update a Resume
Create a free account with the Job Center of Wisconsin website to build and revise your resume and electronically submit it to employers.
Connect to employment opportunities based on your skills rather than on job titles.
Search for Wisconsin Jobs
Use the Job Center of Wisconsin website search tool.
Job Seeker Resources
Choose from one of the five topic headings: look for jobs, plan a career, wages and occupations, training and education, other assistance.
Labor Market Information
Read reports, projections, and trends in Wisconsin’s job market.
Training and Education
Find information about apprenticeships, training programs, Wisconsin colleges and universities, financial aid, and more.
Research Wisconsin’s diverse industries, and find information on wages, trends, and other subjects.
WVLS libraries offer cardholders access to lifelong learning opportunities in the form of professional development, technology and personal enrichment classes through Gale Courses.
- 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.