Help with Job Search, Online Applications and Resume Writing. Volunteers with human resources experience offer coaching in 21st century skills for your job search. Sponsored by The Friends of the Library
What issues are at stake? How do you proceed? This class series is an introduction to the collaborative learning process utilized by Renaissance on the Mid-Peninsula. The class presents to challenges of entrepreneurship and several key factors of successful business owners as well as several useful tools to help participants assess their business ideas. This program is coordinated by Phase2Careers and Sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Registration required: phase2careers.org Phase2Careers: Preparing and empowering the "Over 40" worker for career opportunities in the new economy.
The Hearing Loss Association hosts a monthly free demonstration with more than 20 helpful, effective devices. Learn about simple devices to let you hear beautiful clear sounds, even in noisy situations.
Creating a Wix Website for Small Business & Professional Development
Learn how to create and manage your website through a free website tool, Wix. Phase2Careers: Preparing and empowering the "Over 40" worker for career opportunities in the new economy. Sponsored in part by the Friends of the Library
Code with Scratch and Hopscotch. Use our computers and iPads. No experience necessary, lunch and snacks provided. Grades 5th-10th invited. Space is limited, contact Sarah LaTorra to register today: email@example.com
Sessions are stand alone or can be taken as a series, drop-ins welcome. All teens grades 6-12 are welcome.
May 13 & 16: Time-Lapse Photography
May 20 & 23: Green Screen Photo Editing
May 27 & 30: Photoshop Landscapes
Join us for an evening of music with clever wordplay, magical melodies and heartbreaking harmonies. Front and center are heavenly vocals, jangly guitars, delicate ukes, a thunderous rhythm section and crystalline production, with Redwood City residents, Karla Kane, on vocals and ukulele; Khoi Huynh on bass guitar; Charlie Crabtree on drums - and KC Bowman on guitar. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library
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Project READ is a free literacy program sponsored by the Redwood City Public Library. We are currently getting ready for our next tutor training. If you would like to participate in creating a literate community please join us for five evenings of training. May 14th, 19th, 21st, 26th and 28th from 6-9pm Project READ 650-780-7077