Job Resources

Millersville University

is partnering with Quarryville Library through a workforce development grant to provide computer and digital literacy training to adults.  Individuals or businesses may utilize these free trainings to gain computer skills. If you need help with:

Beginner skills:

  • free tech help with Millersville Universityunfamiliar with computers entirely – needing to learn to power on and connect to the internet
  • writing, replying to, or deleting emails, creating a new email account
  • using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • keeping your information safe
  • writing, creating or updating a resume
  • applying for a job online
  • filling out clearances/forms to begin your employment
  • shopping online safely
  • how to avoid falling for scams online

Advanced skills to further your career (or increase your staff’s potential)

  • using virtual tools such as Zoom or Microsoft Teams
  • improving your Microsoft Office skills
  • learning social media best practices for your organization

Delivered as 1:1 help on Tuesdays and Thursdays (10 am-6 pm) as well as other workshops posted on our event calendar. All courses, instruction, computer usage, and certificates are provided for free. Bring your laptop or use library computers. For more information contact

PA CareerLink logoPennsylvania CareerLink Lancaster County

is also partnering with Quarryville Library! They will offer: workshops, job navigator services, career counseling and exploration, job search assistance, skills and interest assessments, Watch our event calendar for monthly workshops!

  • Paid work experiences (internships) for young adults ages 16-24 including major employers and even some at our library (seasonal)! Apply through Inquire with our staff to find out more information.
  • Pardon Project for adults with non-violent convictions who need assistance applying for a pardon, Career Link participates in the Pardon Project of Lancaster County. Click here Pardon Project rev. 10.5.21 (Final) to see if you qualify, and if so, you may apply directly to

ONLINE RESOURCES (using your library card):


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