Data.census.gov is the new platform to access data and digital content from the U.S. Census Bureau. We invite leaders of non-profits, businesses, government, faith communities and educators to this special presentation by Anh “Luke” Nguyen, Data Dissemination Specialist of the
Stratton Library is hosting special events during Spring Break week for teens and young adults seeking job opportunities, including a Job Fair with several area employers on Wednesday, April 3. More than 40 people attended the Teen Resume Workshop presented by
Please note: Registration is closed for the Vision To Learn visit at Switzer Library on January 4th as all appointment spaces are filled. The Vision To Learn mobile clinic will return to Switzer Library in downtown Marietta on Friday, January
The Lunch & Learn Business Series at Vinings Library on Wednesday, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm, will be on Reference USA for Marketing and Research. The September 12 program will cover how the Reference USA online database helps users research
June 13th is this month’s start date for Gale Courses offered by the Cobb County Public Library. The online, instructor-led courses on a variety of topics are free for Cobb County library cardholders. You can take the interactive Gale Courses at
Early childhood literacy helps children develop analytical thinking skills, stimulates creativity and encourages kids to learn. Cobb County public libraries offers storytime at many locations for babies and young kids featuring stories, talking, singing and a great chance for everybody
The Six Key Elements of a Profitable Online Business Model, an interactive workshop presented by the Switzer Library and SCORE North Metro Atlanta, is Monday from 6 pm to 8 pm at the library, 266 Roswell Street in downtown Marietta.
Cobb County public libraries and librarians are leaders addressing a top challenge for the Atlanta region: Improving Third-Grade Reading Skills. Ensuring more children are ready to make the transition from “learning to read to reading to learn” by the end