|The Tacoma Public Library has the information you need, when you need it. |
Up-to-date subject information from newspapers, magazines, journals, dictionaries, encyclopedias, statistical resources and more. Many of these databases require a Tacoma Public Library card.
Ask a Librarian.
The Tacoma Public Library's online information service. You can chat with a librarian day or night to get answers to your questions.
JobNow offers personal job coaching and assistance for patrons at all phases of their job search as well as resume and cover letter review and live interview practice. JobNow also has an extensive collection of resources, including resume/cover letter templates, interview tips, general sample interview questions, industry-specific sample interview questions, and a vast array of online resources and links. Learn more about JobNow.
Employment resources @ the library
Whether you are looking for a job, researching a career change, or seeking job training, these library resources and web sites and will get you started on the right foot.
The Web. Start here.
These web sites are used daily by our reference librarians to answer questions and provide information to our library patrons. This is not meant to be a comprehensive directory of web sites; rather it is a collection of useful (and accurate) resources. . . a starting place.
Resources for Tough Times.
The Tacoma Public Library and the World Wide Web are the places to turn to now for convenient access to job listings, personal finance assistance, and-up to-date information to address many of your information needs in these challenging times.
Search our library catalog for books and other resources you need. Material available at one location can be easily and quickly delivered to a library in your neighborhood. The downtown Main Library has a terrific selection of non-fiction DVDs and videocassettes.
Northwest History Resources.
The online home of the Library's Northwest Room & Special Collections- a veritable treasure trove of information and unique databases focused on the exploration, growth and development of Tacoma and the Puget Sound Region..
Last Updated 20.04.2015