Returns: Book Drops Only. Holds Pick-Up: Curbside or Drive-Up Service. In-Branch: Computers, printing, fax, and copiers. Virtual Branch is available 24/7. Learn more about MCPL's pandemic response.

Note: The North Independence Branch and Farview Neighborhood Library will be temporarily closed due to potential COVID-19 exposure as of Thursday, October 29, but the North Independence Branch will be open as an election polling location on November 3. The Kearney Branch has reopened with curbside service as of  Friday, October 30 and will resume in-branch technology services on Monday, November 2. Learn more.

Career Services

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Career Services


Getting The Job

Knowing what your resume needs can be hard. Let us help you with some templates and video-based classes you can take any time.  Check out this collection of resources to help you build a resume and gain confidence for that interview!  Need help? Email Brian at

LearningExpress Library Resume and Cover Letter Builder

ReferenceUSA U.S. Jobs/Internships


Career Advancement

Looking for a promotion? Impress your boss by building skills in areas like communication, leadership, and project management! Search our learning pathways for recommended classes to help you achieve your goal. Need help? Email Brian at

Universal Class


Certification Prep

Are you interested in a career as a first responder or CNA? How about as an electrician or a plumber?  Many jobs like these need certifications. These resources have materials to help you prepare for careers in cosmetology, real estate, and many more! Need help? Email Brian at

LearningExpress Library

Testing & Education Reference Center


Skill Building

Are you new to the workforce or diving back in? Lots of jobs require skills that aren’t listed on a job description.  These tools can help you learn with classes you can take at your own speed on computer skills, soft skills, and communication skills. Need help? Email Brian at

Universal Class

Ferguson's Career Guidance Center

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