The Census Bureau needs to hire about 500,000 census takers across the country in 2020.
Applying to work as a census taker is a great way for holiday seasonal workers, students, retirees and workers in the gig economy to line up spring and summer employment opportunities.
Learn more at https://2020census.gov/en/jobs.html
Log in or create an account using your Valnet library card and enjoy up to 6 movies per month. Choose from over 30,000 indie and classic films, including educational and engaging movies for children of all ages. You can access Kanopy from any device, including iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast.
Films from Kanopy come with Public Performance Rights (PPR). Schools, nonprofits, events and businesses can stream movies in public, so long as the viewing isn’t for commercial benefit (i.e. no admission costs are charged) and no profit is made from the screening.
Self paced tutorials on software and computer skills, web design, computer programming, video editing, project coordinating, business management, job and career paths, marketing, and so much more! Please note that you need to be a resident of Washington to gain access to Lynda.com. To log in, you will need your library card number and a PIN. Your PIN is your last name. Log in to Lynda.com here. For an introduction to Lynda.com, view the Asotin County Academy tutorial here or take a look at the how-to video produced by Lynda.com.
Visit our ever-growing digital collection of historic Asotin County photos, artifacts and documents!
Learn how to use our most popular digital resources, such as how to download ebooks and audio books. There are two ways to access the Academy; 1) for the full Academy, click here or 2) use the Tutorial tab on the right side of your screen.
Now Asotin County residents have more than 34,000 eBooks available! We are part of Washington Anytime Library, bringing you more choice in eBooks and eAudio books. And, you can also check out books from VALNet’s Overdrive service! Click here to find your next great read.
The library is offering 30-minute one-on-one tech help appointments with Gregory Raye on selected days at the Downtown Library. Please see the online event calendar for specific days and times. Call 758-5454 for more information or to make an appointment. Appointments can be also be made by visiting the library.
Looking for a job? Bev Rhoades is available to help you in our Career Catalyst Center! You can get help with your resume, take interest and skills inventories, do practice tests for the GED and various licenses, and more.
Career Catalyst Center Hours
Monday & Wednesday: 10am to 1pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 1pm to 4pm