Education and Employment Resources


Resources for Job Seekers

Get help with your job search or file for unemployment at the WI Department of Workforce Development.

Check here for currently available WI State jobs.

The Job Center of Wisconsin is the resource to use for filing for unemployment and job searching.  You are required to create an account.  The technology specialist can help you.

GCFGlobal: Work Tutorials offers free step-by-step video tutorials on a wide range of work and career topics.


Our library has access to the Learning Express Library database provided by BadgerNet. This site contains study materials and practice tests for the SAT, ACT, GED, nursing exams, firefighter and police exams, and much more. If you want to save your sessions you need to create an account.

Need writing help? The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University can help with citations, punctuation, grammar, GED materials, style and writing a resume.

Need financial aid? Go to the Federal Student Aid website. The library also has information on local scholarships, financial aid scams, continuing education assistance for adults, etc.

Go here for other educational resources, including EBSCOHost, encyclopedias, fundamental skill building for children and more.

DMV/Driver's Education
All manuals, brochures, and information here.

Free Online Learning
Khan Academy offers free online classes on many topics.
Many others listed here.

Traveling aboard?
The CIA World Factbook contains practical, up-to-date information on every country in the world, including literacy rates, culture, travel alerts, recommended vaccinations and safety risks.

Travel.State.Gov Find International travel information here.