The libraries purchase books to assist you in preparing for a career. The majority of these books can be found in the Carr Library in New Brunswick, Robeson Library in Camden, and the Dana Library in Newark. Many career books can also now be found online. You can search for these books using the library catalog.
Please note that right now, all library buildings are closed until further notice and all in-person library services are suspended. Library services are available online while our buildings are closed. Please visit our COVID-19 page for support navigating the change. Access to thousands of new resources have been added via QuickSearch.
When the libraries reopen and you visit the Carr Library in person, please note that the Career Collection is separate from the other collections in the Library. Please ask at the Circulation or Information Desk for the location of the career collection. Here are some examples of what you will find our Career collection at Carr Library.
The Testing & Education Reference Center (TERC) (with Career Module) provides materials for practicing a wide variety of tests ranging from High School through Graduate study, such as AP, SAT, ACT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT and MAT etc. In addition to the availability of testing materials this database provides resources for researching and building a career.
It includes a resume builder as well as a map to build a career path through the virtual career module. The resume builder is very useful in building a resume especially if you do not know how to begin.
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