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Summer Reading Challenge volunteers

We are looking for volunteers aged 13 and over to help us with the children's Summer Reading Challenge. If you are interested in libraries, books and reading, and can spare some time over July and August, this could be the role for you. It provides the opportunity to gain experience of working with children and families.

You would be encouraging and motivating children to complete the challenge; assisting with registration forms; handing out stickers; helping with displays and events, and more. For full details and an application form visit our Volunteering page or contact your library. The deadline for applications is Saturday 26 May 2018.

This role is suitable for young people participating in the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

MyWorkSearch

MyWorkSearch logo_solid smallMyWorkSearch is a job search and training tool for jobseekers. It provides support for all aspects of looking for and securing a new job, and helps with day to day search activities. You can find out what type of job to look for, find local employers, create a CV, get interview advice, search 100s of job vacancies, and more. You can even link MyWorkSearch to your Universal Jobmatch account.

Registration is free, but you'll need to sign up from a library computer first. Once you've registered you will be able to use MyWorkSearch from any computer. There's online advice and free web training available.

Libraries' social media policies

The Libraries’ Twitter and Facebook accounts are managed during office hours on Monday - Friday. Our Cheshire East Libraries Twitter policy (PDF, 76KB) and Cheshire East Libraries Facebook policy (PDF, 79KB) outline what you can expect from CEC Libraries.