Beginning and advanced speeches usually 5 to 7 minutes each. Toastmasters helps women and men learn the arts of speaking, listening and thinking. Niles All American Toastmasters is a non-profit organization. The public is invited.
This program will give participants a broad overview of what they can do with Intuit's QuickBooks software program from an accounting and business management prospective. It's designed to give participants a basic understanding of the QuickBooks processes. Presented by SCORE Chicago volunteer Joel Shabsin.
Sept. 19-Nov. 14. Nine week class. Prepare for the citizenship examination with instruction in U.S. history and government. Register first day of class on Sept. 19. Call Diana Allen, Oakton Community College, at 847-376-7683, with questions.
Barb Ottolino of the Cultivated Choice returns with a host of novel labor and money-saving garden tips. Learn what to do in November and why. Discover what can still be planted and what needs to be protected
Maintaining and growing an interested and qualified list of contacts is vital to every business. Learn ideas and strategies to capture new contacts, grow your list and take action to help move your business forward. Presented by SCORE Chicago volunteer Norbert Barszczewski, President of JP NetQuest, Inc.
First Wednesday of the month. Meet with a career services volunteer to get help with your resume, your LinkedIn profile or to practice interviewing skills. To set up your 30-minute session, call 847-663-6603 or stop by the Reference Desk on the third floor. Limited to Niles Library cardholders only.