Job Hunting? MA resident working with MassHire actively seeking a job? Need Internet connectivity?
During the pandemic, MassHire customers that encountered difficulties affording internet service were able to enroll in the temporary Mass Internet Connect Program (MIC). This program was created to provide access and affordability to any job seeker who lacked digital access.
The MIC ended after 2021, and has been replaced by a new program run by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC), called the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP).
New job seekers who were not previously enrolled in the Mass Internet Connect program as of May 31, 2021, will be now be referred to the Affordable Connectivity Program.
Welcome to the Stevens Memorial Library’s online hub for Employment Support which includes information from Library databases as well as additional helpful external sites.
Whether you are a job seeker who needs to brush up on your interview, resume, cover letter, or networking skills, or are a budding entrepreneur starting your own business, or are considering a career change, our online Employment Support services are here to help.
Many of these resources may require a library card to access. If you need help obtaining a library card please give us a call or email using the contact on the right-hand side of this page.
If you prefer more in-person support
Register for a Career Center Seminar with MassHire Career Center
Career Center Seminar staff can show you the full offering of services such as training resources, networking, interviewing, resume writing, market research, and career planning that are available to you.
You do not need to be unemployed to attend the seminar or access MassHire Career Center services.