Adams County Library System is proud to partner with Brainfuse to provide library cardholders with a plethora of resources for job-seekers and students at no cost to the user. Brainfuse JobNow services include (but are not limited to): professional resume writing, live job coaching, interview practice & preparation, tutoring for specific subjects & standardized tests (e.g. GED, AP, PSAT/SAT, ACT), and personality assessment. When it comes to job-seeking, career or professional development, or skill acquisition, there is likely to be an element of JobNow that can support your success. This incredible resource can be accessed via our website under the “ELibrary” tab by selecting “Research.” Log in using a valid Adams County Library card number here:

Job-seekers and students alike will be impressed by the numerous Brainfuse JobNow resources available for Adams County Library System patrons. Free, live job coaching services are available daily from 2-11 PM EST. Resume services provided by experts can be received in live time or by utilizing the writing lab. The writing lab is available 24/7 to provide users with constructive feedback, and submissions accepted range from resumes to essays and beyond. Have particular skills that need improvement? Choose from a list of topics and receive live, professional help building skills in those areas. In addition to the job-seeking and career-relevant resources, students are also able to use the JobNow platform to access homework help and guidance.

In addition to the services listed above which are delivered online, Adams County Library System has a collection of professional development and test preparatory materials in our catalog available for borrowing. No matter the test - GED, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, you name it - the library can get preparatory and practice test materials in your hands. Sometimes our local libraries are even able to borrow seemingly obscure textbooks for patrons that our libraries do not own through Pennsylvania’s interlibrary loan network. The availability and variety of resources available to the people of Adams County at no cost seems to never end!
Adams County Library System continuously works to open gateways for exploration. For more information, please visit our website at or contact your local library. We look forward to serving you!
Submitted by Emily Holland, Branch Manager of New Oxford Library