Libraries house so much more than books. They are a wonderful resource for professional development and learning. They are also great for finding after-school activities for the kids or researching tutors. You an even learn to tackle home improvement projects and organize events for the whole family. Access these resources, and more, 24/7 with the morale, welfare and recreation Digital Library.

Here are just a few resources available through your local or digital library.

Step up your career.

With the research tools available at your local library or online resources, you can:

  • Get resume help
  • Find examples of cover letters
  • Look up new professional fields

Prepare for your future.

If you are working toward a vocational certificate or a college entrance exam, you can:

  • Use the library’s free practice tests for college or vocational programs
  • Sharpen your test-taking skills with study guides

Get help with homework.

The MWR Digital Library is great tool for homework help for grade-schoolers. It provides resources that can help teens with research projects and other school assignments.

Find after-school activities.

Keep your kids (of all ages) engaged after school courtesy of the library. They can:

  • Check out a fun e-book, movie or favorite music on vinyl
  • Attend reading hours with local authors and playgroups
  • Choose an online magazine to feed their interests from several databases

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