Get valuable tips and advice from expert Chris McLemore of Huntsville Space Professionals, on how to present your most professional self to a prospective employer. He will also be spefically addressing how to make your best first impression at a job interview.
This program will take place in the Main branch's second floor events room. It is free and open to the public.
It's time to think about spring cleaning again! So we are very pleased to welcome Karen Wright, owner of Life Simplified, to present a program entitled "Purge, Toss & Enjoy the Loss."
In her presentation Ms. Wright teach you how to simplify and organize your closets, kitchens, garages and other areas of your home. She'll also teach you about how you can enjoy the process and live a better quality of life.
This session will be in the Main branch's second floor events room at 6:30 pm. It is free and open to the public.
In the How to do Things! series on the second and fourth Tuesday evening of every month, the instructor will teach the basics of a useful skill, craft or task, and then provide participants with resources or information to further pursue the skill. Find out more by visiting the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library's programming and events calendar at http://hmcpl.org/events.
Guide to Online Grantseeker Resources This course will introduce you to the wide range of resources available on the Foundation Center's web site and teach you how to navigate the site efficiently. Topics covered include: tapping into the "knowledge base" of information on the Center's web site; tools for finding foundation data; and, sources for foundation news and requests for proposals (RFPs).
Huntsville-Madison County Public Library is a co-operating collection of the Foundation Center. Please join us for this free webinar at the Downtown Library, 915 Monroe Street. Read more about Non-Profit Webinar: Grantseeker Resources
We are delighted to welcome back national bestselling author Scott Oden, to conduct a special five-part series that will guide you through the process of publishing a novel. All sessions in the series are free and open to the public. No registration is required. All sessions will be from 2-4 pm in the Main branch's second floor events room, on the five consecutive Sundays from March 6 through April 3. Please contact Luisa with any questions about this series at firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more about How to Publish Your Novel (A five-part series)