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Events and Programs

The Nanuet Library holds programs and events for the educational, cultural, and entertainment needs of the community. Regular programs include our book club, local author series, concerts, film talk and movie series. To see what is happening now, please check the newsletter and the monthly calendar.

24/7 Online Reference and Research Databases

The Library is always available online. The Library has subscriptions to encyclopedias, reference books and study guides, magazines and newspapers, price guides, and genealogy sources as online databases. You can search for articles or browse the current issue of your favorite periodical.

Download eBooks/eMusic/eVideos

The library never closes at the download center. Download titles 24/7 to your PC at home. You can listen on your MP3 player; iPods are not compatible. Once you install the free Overdirve software you will be able to download eBooks in the Adobe® Reader®/Adobe® Digital Editions and Mobipocket reader formats, as well as Audio books, Music, and Video. The Guided Tour and Help center will get you started.

Readers’ Advisory

If you know what you like to read, or are looking for something new, you can try these services to find suggested titles:

Fiction Connection
Log in to Books In Print to discover titles similar to books you already enjoy.

NoveList
Your guide to fiction, with book lists, reviews and annotations, book talks and discussion guides.

BookPage
Get Email and RSS updates about your favorite authors and genres.

RCLS Blockbusters
Seasonal list of forthcoming bestsellers chosen by local librarians.


Bestsellers Club

Choose up to three of your favorite authors and we will automatically put their next book on hold for you. Print out the online form and bring it in to the library the next time you visit.


Career Center

Looking for a job or considering changing careers? Start your research here! The Nanuet Public Library has some of the resources you need to launch your search.

Internet Resources for Job Seekers
You’ve already perused your local newspaper classifieds. Wondering where else to look? Here are a few suggestions…

Job Search Sites:  
Rockland County Jobs Keep your seach local
New York State Job Exchange Work on your resume, and search jobs available in New York
Indeed Find results from multiple job search sites
Monster Search jobs by city or zip code
Career Builder Another job search site. This one includes all the jobs listed in the Journal News classifieds
Find a Government Job:  
Rockland County Government Jobs
New York State Civil Service Listings
New York City Civil Service Listings
USA Jobs (Federal Government Jobs)
How to Get a Job or Start Your Own Business
Learning Express Library Take practice exams, write your resume, and get career advice. Type in the numbers on the back of your library card to use this database. Funded by the Nanuet Public Library.
Tomorrow's Workplace Located in Spring Valley, this employment center provides career counseling and computer tutorials.
Rockland SCORE Get free help starting a small business.
Rockland Economic Development Corporation Get a loan to start your business.
NY Job Zone Find resume writing and job search advice, and find out what industries are most likely to see job growth in New York.
Free Resume Samples View sample resumes and pick one that suits you.
Coverletters.com Learn how to write a good cover letter.
How to Interview Discover new strategies for impressing your interviewer.

Something else to keep in mind…

Check out the Nanuet Library career section, where you will find information specific to your chosen field. Does your job require that you pass an exam? Visit our exam section and look at our many study guides.


Homebound Delivery

The Nanuet Public Library is pleased to offer Homebound Delivery, a free service for our neighbors in need. If you are dealing with a temporary or permanent disability and are physically unable to visit the library, volunteers will mail or hand deliver library material to you. You may request specific titles, or ask a librarian to make selections for you. Not all library material is available for homebound delivery. This program is limited to patrons in the Nanuet School District. Please use the Ask a Librarian form to inquire about this service.

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Ask a Librarian

Please use the electronic form to send us your questions and comments.

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