you know that online applications are run through a tracking system
used as a screening tool by employers? Learn what to watch out for and
how to answer questions, as well as tips and techniques for optimizing
your resume for an Applicant Tracking System. Presenter: David Preciado,
Chicago Federation of Labor Workers Workforce and Community Initiative.
Learn the components of a strong resume, and what keywords or phrases to use that will help move your resume to the top of the stack. Presenter: David Preciado Chicago Federation of Labor Workers Assistance Committee. Register now.
We have something for every fan of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Get an eye tattoo, pet a lizard, enjoy cold soup and then watch the original movie. Lemony Snicket advises you stay home and do something cheerier, like watch paint dry. (PG, 2004, 108 minutes)
Oak Park public librarians in collaboration with District 97 teacher-librarians and District 97 students will be facilitating hands-on stations exploring coding apps, robots, and websites. Coding teaches computational thinking, decision making, and troubleshooting so kids are prepared to be a part of a high digital society. This event is geared towards families with Kindergarten through eighth-grade students. Register now and don't delay.
Join us as Wendy and DB help us to celebrate New Year's Eve with catchy upbeat music and fun for all ages.
We'll play Moana on the big screen and want to hear everyone singing along! Costumes encouraged. (PG, 2016, 107 minutes)
View three short "Home Is a Human Right" documentary films examining U.S.
Tret Fure began her career at the age of 16, singing in
coffeehouses and campuses in the Midwest. At 19, she moved to LA in hopes
of obtaining a record deal. Within a year she was performing as guitarist
and vocalist for Spencer Davis, touring with him and penning the single for his
Chicago Tribune gardening columnist and author Beth Botts will present a program titled "Behind Springtime -- What's Going On as the Garden Comes Alive." Botts is a Master Gardener and author of the book, "Illinois, Indiana & Ohio Month-by-Month Gardening." She is also a resident of Oak Park for 25 years, coping with the same clay soil, shade and tight spaces as most other Oak Park gardeners. Botts herself is an organic gardener who uses no pesticides and relys on compost and mulch to build up the life in her soil and supply nutrients to her plants.