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Start your job search now with the
Job & Career Accelerator

Create your account:
  • Click the button shown here to be taken to the Job & Career Accelerator.
  • Click the “New Registration” button in the upper right corner.

  • Your username is your 14-digit Winfield Library barcode. The library has new cards with these 14-digit barcodes. If your card number begins with the letter P, please come in to the library with your card and an ID to get a new card.

  • Enter your username, create a password, enter your email and click “Register.”
  • Under “Choose your library,” Winfield Public Library should be selected.

  • Your username and password will be shown; write these down if you choose, then click “Continue” to be taken to the Job & Career Accelerator.

Features of the Job & Career Accelerator:
  • Get Started
    Click this tab to fill in your personal information, which will be saved and used when you build your resume and cover letters. Also try the Occupation Matcher to see what careers might best match your skills and interests.

  • Explore Occupations
    Explore more than 1,000 different occupations and find job descriptions, wages and trends, necessary education and training and more.

  • Write a Resume
    The resume builder features examples tailored to your field. Choose a resume from the right hand column and if you like the example shown, click the plus sign to import it to your resume, where you can edit the text. When your resume is ready, choose the font and style, then save, print, or download the document.

  • Find a Job
    Search current job listings from employers, recruiters and all major job boards.

  • Tools to Get Hired
    Includes cover letters, practice interview questions, software tutorials and more.

  • My Accelerator
    Return here for your saved cover letters, resumes, occupation matches, and jobs.