Looking for work? Start here.
Visit the Kenai Peninsula Job Center for free computer access, to take office skills tests, or to attend quality workshops.
If you're looking for work and aren't sure where to start, consider these top sites that will help you begin your job search, network with others, and find out when jobs in your area of interest open up.
Register with the Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development to find a variety of jobs statewide. Plus save your resume, cover letter, and other information all in one place.
Free interview tutorials and practice software. Big Interview also teaches you how to get inside the head of any interviewer and prove that you’re the candidate they’re looking for.
Craigslist isn't just for getting a couple of bucks selling that old futon in your basement - you'll also find lists of local jobs in a wide-variety of categories. Here's a great article on getting the most out of Craigslist for your job search.
Resumes, Cover Letters, and Interviews: Oh My!
Find resume, cover letter, and interview tips and templates below.
Keep track of your references using this handy log.
Make sure you don't forget any important information about past positions. Use this log to keep track.
Read up on what the experts say about crafting the perfect resume.
Make resume creation a snap with this handy template.
Never miss out on an opportunity because you can't remember your resume info. Fill out this pocket resume and keep it with you just in case.
Cover Letter Worksheet
Don't forget to get your Cover Letter just right with this Cover Letter Template complete with tips and tricks.
Example Cover Letter: Superman
Even super heroes need to write a cover letter. Check out this humorous, and also useful example of a cover letter.
Don't be surprised by a common interview question. Brush up on your interview skills.