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Orange County One-Stop Center - Garden Grove
These 14, self-paced, money smart modules provide participants with practical
knowledge, skill building opportunities, and resources that can be used to help manage finances with confidence.
Orange County One-Stop - Garden Grove
A great way to practice your interview skills as well as gain an insight on what
your job interview experience will be like. Mock interviews will bring focus on questions pertaining to experience, character, and applicable skills, all while helping you conquer your interview anxieties.
The OC One-Stop Orientation will provide you with information about the
programs, educational opportunities, tools, and resources available to help you in your job search. You will also learn about the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and the services available at the One Stop Center through community resources and partners.
Orange County One-Stop: Garden Grove
This workshop is for clients whose first language is not English and need assistance
with how to prepare for job interviews. This workshop will cover common questions and how to answer those common questions.
Explore different networking techniques and how to tap into the hidden job market.
Learn how to initiate and build contacts, start a networking conversation, and create a self-marketing plan.
Have some fun making your very own slime!
Honoring the lives of those who’ve passed away is a tradition common to many cultures. Sugar skulls are decorated and used on altars (ofrendas) or placed in cemeteries, especially for Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos, celebrated on November 1-2. You will decorate your own sugar skulls to take home.
This is a family focused environment with games, crafts and Legos. Come and meet or make new friends, too!
The Euclid Branch book club meets in person on the last Tuesday of each month from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. October's book selection is "The Kept" by James Scott.
FOR TWEENS & TEENS- Drop into Central Library between 3:30 PM and 5:30 PM to play your favorite video games and have some snacks.