Job Hunt Helpers Available at VT Libraries

CCV and the Vermont Department of Libraries are teaming up again to help you find a new job through our Job Hunt Helpers program! Job Hunt Helpers are CCV students who have been trained by CCV’s career consultants in the most effective methods to look for work in the digital age.

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Job Hunt Helpers can help you:

  • Find employment opportunities in your area
  • Write a resume and cover letter
  • Apply for jobs online
  • Assess your skills and interests
  • Use the internet to explore career options
  • Learn about education and training programs

Participating Libraries

Aldrich Public Library
6 Washington St., Barre
Job Hunt Helper: Eryn Christian
802-476-7550

Bennington Free Library
101 Silver St., Bennington
Job Hunt Helper: Hawke Sleigh
802-442-9051

Brooks Memorial Library
224 Main St., Brattleboro
Job Hunt Helper: Danielle Braverman
802-254-5290

Fletcher Free Library
235 College St., Burlington
Job Hunt Helper: Sara Mecca
802-865-7217

Goodrich Memorial Library
202 Main St., Newport
Job Hunt Helper: Destiny Hall
802-334-7902

Ilsley Public Library
75 Main St., Middlebury
Job Hunt Helper: Briana Hanley
802-388-4095

Kellogg-Hubbard Library
135 Main St., Montpelier
Job Hunt Helper: Angie Coon
802-223-3338

Rutland Free Library
10 Court St., Rutland
Job Hunt Helper: Darrell Hughes
802-773-1860

St. Albans Free Library
11Maiden Lane, St. Albans
Job Hunt Helper: Sierra Rose
802-524-1507

St. Johnsbury Athenaeum
1171 Main St., St. Johnsbury
Job Hunt Helper: Frances Ellis
802-748-8291

Stowe Free Library
90 Pond St., Stowe
Job Hunt Helper: Mia Cornblatt
802-253-6145

Winooski Memorial Library
32D Mallets Bay Ave., Winooski
Job Hunt Helper: Dodit Tshibamba Buabua
802-655-6424

Full library address information and library hours:
http://libraries.vermont.gov/find/directory

If you don’t have time to meet with a Job Hunt Helper, you should try Learning Express–Library. Learning is a free online resource available at selected Vermont town libraries. It features rich array of career and education information includes:

  • Career information for allied health, social work, teaching, and many other fields—including career opportunities specifically for veterans;
  • Practice exams for many occupations, including electrical, plumbing, teaching, nursing, military careers, and CDL (Commercial Driver’s License); and
  • Help with building job search, interviewing, and networking skills;

Learning Express-Library is available at town libraries in Bennington, Burlington, Middlebury, Montpelier, St. Albans, and Stowe. CCV Job Hunt Helper at the town libraries in Barre, Brattleboro, Newport, Rutland, St. Johnsbury, and Winooski are happy to  assist with using Learning Express-Library and many other career resources.


Job Hunt Helpers are provided through a partnership of Community College of Vermont and the Vermont Department of Libraries, with generous funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency, through the Library Services and Technology Act, as administered by the Vermont Department of Libraries.

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