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Interview Help and Resume Assistance
Fine-tune your resume and sharpen your interviewing style. Email us at email@example.com for help.
Job Search Websites
If you want to learn to speak English or if you want to improve your command of the language, we have several services. If you want to learn at your own pace, you may prefer Transparent Language Online. This online service is accessed with your Stickney-Forest View Library card number. Universal Class is another service to learn at your own pace and is also accessed with your card number. Classes are under the 'Language Arts' section and are taught by real teachers who assign and grade homework.ESL Classes | Transparent Language Online | Universal Class
Future American Citizens
Are you interested in becoming an American citizen? Here we can give you the tools to start your path to citizenship.
Civics and Citizenship Kit: Guide to the requirements for filing citizenship application; citizenship testing tools in English and Spanish; three-week checkout period. Available in the Spanish Books section.
Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax, and Computers: Can be used to fill and print your application.
United States Citizenship and Immigration Web Services: The official website of the US Government containing tools and guides for the application process.
Seniors (55 and older)
Virtual Mature Adult Center (V-MAC): An online platform that promotes ongoing learning, social engagement, and civic involvement.
Home Delivery (Entrega a Domicilio)
If you, or someone you know, is unable to come to the library due to a disability or circumstance that prevents mobility, the Library will deliver materials right to your door. Stickney, Forest View, and Central Stickney residents who are permanently or temporarily homebound and unable to visit the Library due to a handicap or medical circumstance. Patrons can call the library and schedule a time for delivery/pick up, not to exceed more than one delivery/pick up per week. Materials in all formats can be checked out. Patrons who want to have Home Delivery service must have an SFVPLD library card in good standing and will have to complete a simple application. Click this link for the online application. To download a print version click here: application.
Questions? Please call 708-749-1050 x120, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or come to the Popular Services Desk.
*Si tú, o familiar, o amigo está recluido por razones médicas, la Biblioteca pueda proveerte libros y materiales directamente a tu hogar.
COVID-19 Business Resources
Since the onset of COVID-19 in 2020, the Pritzker administration has worked quickly to launch a variety of programs to help offset the economic impact the pandemic has had on small businesses and communities statewide. This comprehensive approach includes small business grant programs, deployment of Federal CARES Act dollars and the launch of the historic BIG program, and various other relief efforts. Through the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO), the state has launched more than $1 billion in economic support programs for small businesses and communities. More information about these programs can be found here: Illinois Business Resources
Starting Your Own Business
SCORE Chicago volunteers are experienced entrepreneurs, corporate managers, and executives with a diverse set of industries and specialties who volunteer their experience and knowledge to help small business professionals start, develop, and grow businesses. We also offer low-cost or no-cost business training, and numerous templates and tools.
Online Resources for Your Business
Notary Public Services
There is no charge for our Notary service. Please call (708) 749-1050 to be sure there is a Notary on duty before you come in. Contact Us if you need help or have questions.