ECARL Career Resource Center

Whatever you're looking for, we've got it.

 

 

We understand that each applicant may have a different level of career experience.  These resources can assist you as you navigate your career search. 

 

Before you start

1.  Do you have an email address? If not, you can create one for free using one of these providers below:

Gmail.com

Yahoo! mail

Outlook

2.  Do you have a resume and cover letter? If not, you can create one using one of the resources below:

ARJoblink

AtoZdatabases

Indeed.com

Resume.com

East Central Arkansas Regional Library partners with the Arkansas Workforce Development Agency to provide career planning and services to the residents of Cross and Woodruff counties.  For additional information please contact:

Cross County
Sterling Washington, Career Advisor 
Workforce Development Board of Eastern Arkansas
(870) 633-2900
Sterling O.Washington@arkansas.gov

Woodruff County
Jackie Donaldson, Manager
Arkansas Division of Workforce Services Newport
(870) 523-3641

 

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Looking for a job?  Not sure what you want to do?  These resources can help with that.  Take a quiz and find careers that match up with your goals and interests.  Maybe, you know exactly what you're looking for.  That's great!  You'll also be able to search and apply for jobs in your area.  Creating an account is not always required, but you may find it helpful when you need to look back and see where you have applied.

Arkansas Joblink is a web-based job-matching and labor market information system.  Arkansas Joblink provides job seekers, employers, and training providers with easy-to-use tools that support a wide range of activities.  As a service of the public workforce system, Arkansas Joblink is completely free for you to use.

My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options.  My Next Move has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers.  

O*NET OnLine is an application that was created for the general public to provide broad access to the O*NET database of occupational information.  O*NET OnLine offers a variety of search options and occupational data.