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WRL Offers New Service For Job Seekers As Well As Students And Veterans

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Williamsburg- On July 29, the Williamsburg Regional Library announced the launch of a new resource that will benefit job seekers as well as students and veterans throughout the community.

The new digital resource Brainfuse is provided courtesy of the Library of Virginia and offers three programs: JobNow, HelpNow, and VetNow.

The JobNow program is described as a one-stop shop for job seekers, and includes services for career help, resume help, interview preparation, and more. The program also offers support in cover letter writing, development of job-related skills, and career changes through an expert job coach.

Brainfuse’s HelpNow program for students offers tutoring services covering a variety of academic needs while the VetNow program aids military veterans with transition to civilian life.

All three programs are available for free through the library’s website.

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