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Pathways to Success: Making Your Foreign Education Count
Learn strategies to better use your foreign degree. Monday, December 2 • 6 p.m.
In this seminar, World Education Services, a leading credential evaluator, will discuss how you can:
- Find out how to use your international education for further education, employment or professional licensing
- Discuss job search strategies and key steps to employment
- Learn about local programs that assist immigrant professionals
This seminar is designed for immigrants who hold foreign academic qualifications and are seeking employment. Co-sponsored by World Education Services and The Library
Health Insurance Marketplace/Affordable Care Act
Sign up to meet with a Certified Application Counselor from St. Peter’s University Hospital on Dec. 11 from 10 to 3. Call 732-390-6782 or email email@example.com to sign up for a ½ hour time slot.
Concert: American Boychoir
Get your free tickets to see a performance by the American Boychoir in December. Sunday, December 8, 2 p.m.
Celebrate the rich 75-year history of America’s premier concert boys’ choir, the American Boychoir, during a free performance at the Library. The Boychoir has long been recognized as one of the finest professional musical ensembles in the country. Among the choir’s credits are appearances with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the New York Philharmonic, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Chicago Symphony and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. They’ve produced more than 45 recordings, to critical acclaim, and provided the vocals for the Kodak commercial, True Colors. www.americanboychoir.org
*FREE tickets will be distributed at the Circulation Desk. Ticket holders will be admitted from 1:15–1:50 p.m. on Dec. 8. Any unclaimed seats will be available for general admission after 1:50 p.m.
Women’s Rights: Equal or Not?
A look at the Constitution, women, and Civil Rights with guest speaker Dolores Meyerhoff, former chairwoman of the East Brunswick High School social studies department. Friday, November 22 • 1 p.m.
In this era of debate about equal pay for women in the workplace, scholar Dolores Meyerhoff will discuss how laws in the United States and the U.S. Constitution have been used both to deny and grant women their rights. During her 30-year career, Mrs. Meyerhoff taught in the East Brunswick High School social studies department, also serving as Chair of the department. She developed and wrote the curriculum for a women’s history course and was honored with the Governor’s Awards for Outstanding Teacher of History. Co-sponsored by the Middlesex Chapter of Brandeis National Committee
What Is the Affordable Healthcare Act? Be an educated healthcare consumer!
Consumer health advocate and author Katherine Woodfield gives an easy-to-understand overview of what is covered by the act and describes the consumer protections built into the act. Thursday, November 21 • 7 p.m.
With more than 2400 pages of documentation, it’s no wonder that the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act is confusing to consumers. In this slide presentation, consumer health advocate and author Katherine Woodfield gives an easy-to-understand overview of what is covered by the act and describes the consumer protections built into the act. This free program is sponsored by The Library’s Just for the Health of It initiative.
Friends Holiday Book Sale
Stop by and great a great holiday book for an affordable price. November 12 through November 17
Pick up a great gift or a new family heirloom during our Holiday Book Sale at the East Brunswick Public Library. Come in from Nov. 12 through Nov. 17 and choose from books that celebrate Hanukkah, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Purim, holiday cooking, decorating and more. These books are a great bargain and will make a wonderful addition to anyone’s holiday season. This sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.