[OYAN] Resources for navigating the college process/job search

Danielle Jones daniellej at multco.us
Thu Oct 28 12:15:22 PDT 2021

Hi great brain,

We are wanting to offer opportunities for teens in our community to learn
and gain guidance in navigating the college process as well as resume and
interview skills. Our regular go-to community partner that we have used in
the past is at capacity due to staffing shortages (yes, pandemic related),
so we are trying to find other people that can provide programming around
this. Since we will be offering this virtually, we don't need to be as
localized if there is someone that can partner with us.

Questions for you all - are you offering this kind of programming? Do you
have partners that might be willing to work with other libraries virtually
across the state?

Any leads would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance,

*Danielle Jones (she, her, hers)*

*Youth Librarian at Capitol Hill Library*
Multnomah County Library
Phone 503.988.6993
Telework Tues & Wed 8-5,
Ad Hoc Telework Thursdays 11-8
Branch Hours Fri & Sat 9-6

Multnomah County operates on the ancestral homelands of the Multnomah,
Mollala, Kathlamet, Chinook, Clackamas, Tualatin Kalapuya and many other
Indigenous Nations. These Nations have become the Confederated Tribes of
Grand Ronde <https://www.grandronde.org/>, the Confederated Tribes of
Siletz Indians <http://ctsi.nsn.us/>, as well as the Chinook Nation
<http://www.chinooknation.org/> and Cowlitz Nation
<https://www.cowlitz.org/> in Washington State. Land acknowledgements
recognize and honor the enduring relationship that Indigenous People have
with their traditional homelands. The effects of settler colonization are
still felt today and land acknowledgements are a small step down the path
towards repair, reconciliation, and cultural revitalization.

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