Services Offered in the Resource Room
The Resource Room is designed to provide a professional environment in which individuals can conduct career and occupational exploration and improve their employability and job seeking skills; primarily on a self-service basis.
In addition to the access to Job Center of Wisconsin and the Internet computers, the Resource Room is well equipped with the essentials for conducting a thorough and successful job search! Our Help Desk Staff can provide you with information and assistance to help you get the most from your visit. We Create Taxpayers!
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In the resource room you can create professional looking résumés at no cost to you with the help of the latest resume books and videos utilizing state-of-the-art computers!
The Resource Room Offers Free Job Search-Related Use of:
- Fax Machine
- Telephones (local calls only)
- Copy Machine
- Video & Written Reference Materials
- Computers & Laser Printers
- Self-paced Tutorials
Computer Program Tutorials
- Microsoft Office 2010
- Typing Tutor 10
- Mavis Beacon Typing
- Ten Key
- Career Changes / Job Loss
- Career Decisions / Aptitudes
- Career Exploration
- Interviewing / Appearance
- Job Search / Applications
- Motivation / Attitudes
- Values / Goals / Strategy
- Workplace Skills
The Resource Room offers materials covering the following subjects:
- Resumes & Cover Letters
- Minority Workers
- Job Descriptions
- Non-traditional Occupation Information
- Job Search
- WI Manufacturer Service Directories
- Labor Market Data
"Services in the Workforce Development Center do not discriminate based on disability"
Equal Opportunity Officer
1401 McMahon Drive
Neenah, WI 54956
(920) 720-5600 Voice
"If you feel that you have been discriminated against due to your disability, please contact the EOO for assistance."
Education and health services will lead the way with an anticipated 142,000 new jobs between 2002-2012.
Fond du Lac County has a great deal of diversity in its industry mix. This is reflected in the county's ten largest employers.
Wisconsin is expected to add 394,000 jobs between 2002 and 2012. In addition to newly created jobs, another 706,000 job openings are anticipated due to replacement needs.