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Business, Finance and Career Programs

Business Resource Center

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Library open for visits 60 min or less. Masks required (MDHHS Section 2253 Public Health Code).  Click here for more information.

Resume Essentials

Jan 21,

Thu, 6:30-8pm

A certified professional resume writer will help you build your resume, get past applicant tracking systems, and impress recruiters. Presented by Schoolcraft College Career Services.

Ages: 16+
Price: Free Community Event
Registration Begins: Nov 1
Location: Virtual - Zoom Meeting

Perfect Your Pitch

Mar 18
Thu, 6:30-8pm

Practice your elevator pitch and learn tips to make it even better! Great for entrepreneurs, job seekers, and business professionals at all levels.

Ages: 18+
Price: Free Community Event
Registration Begins: Feb 1
Location: Virtual - Zoom Meeting

Check out these free programs and webinars from our partners:

In our current phase, we are not offering in person business mentoring at the library, but Detroit SCORE is still providing (virtual) one-on-one appointments, webinars and workshops.

Oakland County Michigan Works! has launched a series of virtual career workshops, also available as video recordings, on a variety of topics, such as: resumes, interviews, LinkedIn, career change, gig jobs and navigating unemployment. In partnership with OLHSA, they also offer virtual one-on-one financial coaching and workshops.

The Michigan Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has made many of their webinars available on demand, including their signature Fundamentals of Small Business Success series. Register here for upcoming webinars or to view the on demand webinar library.

The Detroit Regional Chamber has an ongoing Restart Michigan Webinar Series with expert guests on a variety of topics related to restarting and recovering business in the COVID-19 crisis.