Please note that some of these services and spaces may be unavailable or limited during COVID-19.
Are you looking for a job and are having trouble determining where to begin? Come in to the Oak Creek Library and checkout the different services we have available for job seekers.
Rooms, Technology and Equipment
The Oak Creek Civic Center has a multitude of rooms available for use. Study rooms are free to use for up to 4 hours per day (1-8 people) or meeting room rentals are available for use with a fee (1-150 people). The study rooms do not have any technology in the room (except for the Business Center), whereas the meeting rooms are typically equipped with phone conference equipment (the smaller meeting rooms) and projection monitors that can be hooked up wirelessly or using HDMI/VGA cables. Study rooms can be booked only a week in advance. Meeting rooms can be reserved up to 60 days in advance but must be reserved at least 1 week in advance.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the building – there is no password required.
There are 12 computers for adults on the second floor. A valid Milwaukee County Library card is required, a max of 3 hours of computer use per day.
Printing/copying is $.15 per page for black and white, $.30 per page for color – 8.5” x 11” paper ONLY. Scanning to an e-mail address or a flash drive is free.
Books and Newspapers
Oak Creek Library offers a variety of print materials that can help with everything from creating a resume, to general job search advice, to specific field test prep. Some examples include*:
• “How to write a stellar executive resume : 50 tips to reaching your job target” by Brenda Bernstein
• “The quarter-life breakthrough: invent your own path, find meaningful work, and build a life that matters” by Adam Smiley Poswolsky
• “Blitzscaling : the lightning-fast path to building massively valuable businesses” by Reid Hoffman
• “TEAS V prep : strategies, practice & review” published by Kaplan
• “ASVAB : strategies, practice & review” published by Kaplan
Learning Express Career Center provides a completely interactive online learning platform of practice tests and tutorial course series designed to prepare you for the workforce. Within the Career Center you can:
• Learn more about a career
• Prepare for an entrance exam
• Prepare for an occupation exam
• Join the military or become an officer
• Learn more about a profession by performing a job search and viewing the workplace skills
• Prepare for the WorkKeys Assessments and TOEIC
Take classes to sharpen your technology skills as well as a host of other business, accounting, finance and other entrepreneurship skills with Gale Courses. A valid Milwaukee County Library card is required.