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Career Cruising for Libraries

A clear ten…it’s all about discovering your options, choosing well, working toward goals and attaining them…yep, Career Cruising gets it!

Cheryl LaGuardia, Research Librarian for the Widener Library at Harvard University

A Complete Resource

With a single program, you can provide your patrons with a comprehensive resource to unlock their potential. From career development to educational options to job search, Career Cruising for Libraries is a complete resource.

Career Exploration

Patrons can start with assessments to identify career matches based on their interests and skills. From there, they can explore in-depth information on hundreds of occupations, including multimedia interviews, workplace photos, sample career paths, and more.

Education Options

Career Cruising for Libraries also includes a national database of post-secondary education options. Patrons have access to valuable information on colleges and universities, including details on admissions, expenses, enrollment, athletics, and programs of study.

Job Search Made Easy

Resume Builder

Career Cruising for Libraries comes complete with a resume builder that enables your patrons to quickly create a professional-looking resume they can then use to apply for relevant jobs.

Actionable Advice

Your patrons can also access actionable job search advice. Developed in partnership with the University of Waterloo’s Centre for Career Action, the Career Cruising Employment Guide features valuable information to assist people at all stages of their job search process.

Flexible Access

Patron access to Career Cruising for Libraries is flexible so they can perform their research when and where it's convenient for them, including at home via remote access via your library website!

Direct Access

You can opt to have patrons access Career Cruising for Libraries directly using IP authentication.

ID Authentication

Or you can opt to have patrons access Career Cruising for Libraries via a library card ID authentication process. It’s up to you.

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