Job search help available at Lithgow library

If you are looking for help with your job applications or resumes, Lithgow Library can help.

You can log into the free YourTutor service, and chat one-on-one with a trained professional who will help you with expert advice.

The Library’s YourTutor service is free to all members of the library. Simply log in with your library card number, and a tutor will work with you to improve your job application, interview techniques, job searches, and finding good resources.

You can also upload a copy of your CV or resume for direct feedback on ways to improve your document.

“Looking for a job can be hard,” Lithgow City Council Mayor Stephen Lesslie said.

“This free service will help with tips and advice about how to make your cover letter and resume even better. Better still, it is all online, so even our rural residents have access to this service.”

The YourTutor service also provides free tutorial assistance to all school students in Years 3-12 for maths, English, science, business, study skills, research, English skills, library skills, as well as writing skills for essays, reports and speeches; as well as an essay feedback service.

YourTutor is available Sunday to Friday from 3pm-10pm. Follow the links from the library’s website library.lithgow.com.

YourTutor is a free service provided to the community with financial assistance from Centennial Coal.