Beth Gordon at her Job Search area in the library with a Literacy Connections volunteer.
Program Description: Whether you are writing a resume for the first time or just need a professional eye to fine tune an existing one, the library has ongoing free one-on-one Job Search Help twice a week and by appointment.
Date/Time: Every Friday 10am – 1pm, 1st & 3rd Wednesdays 5 – 7pm, & by appointment.
Registration: To make an appointment call 518-828-1792 x101, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the main desk of the library
Visit a museum for free this summer! With your library card, you can borrow passes to the Clark Art Institute, the FASNY Museum of Firefighting, Olana State Historic Site, the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, the Columbia County Historical Society, MASS MoCA, Shaker Museum: Mount Lebanon, Destroyer Escort Historical Museum, Edna St. Vincent Millay Society at Steepletop and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. The museum pass program is made possible with generous support from the Friends of the Hudson Area Library. For more details, click here.
We have two facilitators for one-on-one Job Search Help continuing in 2018:
1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 5-7pm (with Beth Gordon) Fridays, 10am-1pm (with Beth Gordon)
or by appointment (with Heather Martin)
Beth Gordon is an NCDA trained Career Development Facilitator and Heather Martin is the Area Coordinator of Literacy Connections.
These one-on-one sessions will focus on resume and cover letter writing, online job applications, job search resources, and interview preparation. Job hunters should have basic computer skills and bring a copy of their resume if they have one.
To sign up for appointments, call 518-828-1792 x101, email email@example.com or stop by the library circulation desk. The Job Search Help Consultations are made possible, in part, with support from Mid-Hudson Library System.
From October 12 – 26, The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti will be available as a free digital download for every patron that wishes to read it—no holds, no wait lists.
The Big Library Read (facilitated by OverDrive) is a reading program through the library that connects millions of readers around the world with the same eBook at the same time without any wait lists or holds. By participating in the Big Library Read, we are joining a global movement of passionate readers and library patrons who support the availability of digital materials at libraries.
This time around, the title will be available in both E-Book and E-Audiobook formats – both will be available for instant unlimited access on the MHLS Digital Download page at http://mhls.lib.overdrive.com/ and there will be a promotional spotlight at the top of that page.
Every year millions of Americans find themselves unable to vote because they miss a registration deadline, don’t update their registration, or aren’t sure how to register. We want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to vote. If you turned 18 recently, changed your name, moved, or haven’t voted in recent elections, then you need to update your voter registration.
We’re excited to be part of a national effort to strengthen our community by registering voters. On Tuesday, September 26, also known as National Voter Registration Day, stop by the library during open hours (9am-8pm) to register! We’ll have paper registration forms on-hand and instructions and applications for absentee ballots. Not sure if your registration is up-to-date? We can help with that as well!
Looking for a way to transform your life? All you need is a library card! Our library offers you the tools you need to expand your knowledge and skill set with access to the world’s information both in print and digitally, plus hands-on training and innovative programming.
September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, so visit us today, sign up for your free library card, and check out all we have to offer!
Click here to learn what you’ll need to apply for your card.
The library is collecting school supplies for the children of Hudson who need them. Bring paper, pencils, pens, notebooks, crayons, colored pencils, three-ring binders, highlighters, folders, backpacks and other supplies to the library and drop them off at the box near the main desk. All supplies will be distributed on September 16. Thank you for your generosity!
The Hudson Area Library is looking for a Tutor/Coordinator and a Tutor for a junior high tutoring center beginning in October. These are part-time contract positions. The Tutor/Coordinator position is for 14 hours/week for 30 weeks. The Tutor/Coordinator will be working with students from the Hudson Junior High School one-on-one and in small groups and will manage the tutoring center, which will include other tutors.