The six-week course will focus on effective strategies for job searching. Each week, learners will meet on Zoom for approximately 90 minutes to work through learning materials that will cover networking, resume writing, cover letters, job applications, and interviewing skills. To sign-up or learn more, visit https://learningcircles.p2pu.org/en/signup/online-1524/.
This group meets monthly on Zoom to discuss books of the group’s choosing. The discussions are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm. Please fill out the form below; you will receive an email with the Zoom link a few days before the meeting. If you need help locating the books, please ask a staff member.
There is a position open on the Asotin County Library Board. Applicants must live within Asotin County, but not in the city limits of Clarkston or Asotin.. A full description of the position is here. To apply, print and fill out the application found here or pick one up at the library. Applications can also be picked up at county offices in Asotin. Please return applications to the library or to the county offices by the closing date of January 18.
This group meets monthly on Zoom to discuss contemporary non-fiction. Held third Wednesday of the month at 10:30am. Please fill out the form below; you will receive an email with the Zoom link a few days before the meeting. If you need help locating the book, please ask a staff member.
Are you curious about your community? Become better informed through ACL’s collection of open data. In the current collection, you’ll find information on local restaurant inspection results, emergency service calls, and library usage. The collection continues to grow, so check back often to investigate more about Asotin County! New to open data? Follow the link on the Asotin County Open Data homepage to learn about this highly useful resource.
Borrow a Washington State Parks Discover Pass and activity backpack! Did you know we have 7 state parks less than two hours away? Check out a backpack and explore these treasures. In addition to a Discover Pass, the backpacks contain binoculars, bird, tree and wildflower field guides and a Washington State Parks map. The backpacks can be checked out for up to two weeks, one per family.
The Discover Pass gives you access to state parks and recreation lands managed by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Find more information about Washington State Parks here.
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. Register by filling in the form below. Bev will then contact you to set up an appointment on Zoom.
Career Catalyst Center Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 8am to noon
Thursday: noon to 4pm