Audio & E-Books

Listen or read a book electronically! Visit the Southern New Jersey Audiobook and E-Book download center. Click here
Audio & E-Books: Listen or read a book electronically, via Axis 360, Hoopla or Overdrive / Libby.Click here
Please ask! Call us at 609-877-6668 to request books, DVDs and other items. If we don't have them, we can almost certainly get them for you.
Go to the Library Catalog Renew Items

If you want to renew books or other borrowed items, have your library card barcode and PIN (usually the last 4 digits of your phone number) handy.
Click here to access our catalog.
Then click on My Account to sign in. When you're done, you can click on the Search tab to find more stuff to take out!

Willingboro Public Library is here to provide real life solutions to real life problems. Let us know what we can do for you by taking the survey on our home page, or ask a reference librarian for help in person, by telephone, or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Follow these links for more info about finding a job, making or updating a resume, avoiding foreclosure, thrifty living, or filing for unemployment or bankruptcy.  


The New Jersey State Library  recommends these websites to help you in the economic downturn. 


We offer classes to help our customers find jobs. Please inquire at the Reference Desk about these classes, coming up:

Resume Writing: Wed., Sept. 30, 1 p.m.  and Wed., Oct. 7, 10 a.m.

Job Interview Skills: Wed., Oct. 14, 10 a.m. p.m.

Also ask at the Reference Desk for classified sections of newspapers.

Some local employment opportunities are posted on the walls of our Circulation Department.

Click here to see a scan of the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development's very helpful guide to job search techniques, How to Plan and Conduct an Effective Work Search Campaign.

We have many helpful books  including resume books and the Occupational Outlook Handbook, which is also available online.

Or try these links:

Federal Jobs:

State and Municipal Jobs:

Nationwide job search:

Regional job search:

We have lots of books with great examples of resumes and cover letters - look in our Adult Non-fiction section under the number 650.14, or ask a librarian at the Reference Desk to find one for you.

You can also make an appointment for a half-hour session to get you started with a resume or cover letter or get help with basic formatting.

If you have Microsoft Word, you can usually find templates there by selecting File - New - Templates - On My Computer - Other Documents. It is hard to find good samples online. Most links lead to examples you have to pay for. This link leads to free samples, but they are in pdf format and therefore can't be edited:

Try going to and searching for "resume."

Many of the job hunting websites have good articles about resumes, for example,

In general, remember that there are no hard and fast rules for resumes, and the best format is the one that best shows your skills and accomplishments.

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