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Virtual Resumé Help for Teens

Program Description: Certified Career Services Provider, Beth Gordon, shares the do’s and don’t’s of resumé writing, templates, and one-on-one feedback. With Beth’s help, High School students will have a chance to create quality resumés for college applications and career development. Date/Time: Monday, April 12, 5-7pm – Introduction to Resumé Writing Workshop Monday, April 19, 5-7pm …

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New DVDs, Audio Books and Books for Students Donated by the Friends

Many Friends donations are being added to the Hudson collection this month, including adult and young adult DVDs and audio books. The DVD titles include Hannah Arendt, a portrayal of the famous philosopher and political theorist, Crystal Fairy, a coming of age story about three brothers in search of a highly hallucinogenic cactus, and The World’s End, in which five childhood …

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Teen Tech Week: Online Test Prep, College Search, and Career Tools!

It’s never too early to start studying for exams. Good thing that the Mid-Hudson Library System has the tools to get you started! The Testing and Education Reference Center is full of tools to help you prepare for the GED, PSAT, SAT, ACT, GRE, AP exams, and so much more! There are over 300 free practice tests, dozens …

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Free Presentation on the Basics of College Financial Aid

The Hudson Area Library will host “Affordability 101: The Basics of College Financial Aid,” a presentation for parents by independent educational consultant and former college admissions director Sandra M. Moore, M.A. The session will introduce basic financial aid terminology, types of available assistance and required forms and application time frames. Ms. Moore is founder and …

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