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The Business & Career Center

As the economy changes, the Lebanon Public Library's Business & Career Center has the materials you need to succeed! Located adjacent to the Reference Department, the BCC houses the Library's business, career, and higher education materials into a separate collection. The collection includes circulating and reference books, magazines, and databases.

We are proud to offer Reference USA for industry research. Getting ready to change careers or further your education? The Library subscribes to LearningExpressLibrary, which is a premier test preparation (including GED, SAT, and ACT), skills (computer, math, writing, and job-specific) and career exploration database, as well at their partner site: The Job and Career Accelerator. Looking for money to further your education or support your non-profit or small business? The Library provides free access to GrantSelect, a database of over 12,000 grant programs. If you would like to use the databases, have your library card ready and visit the Research Databases page!

The Library also distributes free materials provided by the Indiana Small Business Association, area colleges and universities, and from the Indiana Department of Education.


Community Partners

The Business & Career Center works with the Boone County Chamber of Commerce and the Boone County Learning Network to provide outstanding local support of area businesses and business persons!


Lebanon Public Library featured on CNN!

The Business & Career Center of Lebanon Public Library was recently featured on CNN! Just a reminder that the library offers materials for all sorts of business research and job preparation. We offer multiple databases, business periodicals, and hundreds of books on everything from personal finances, resumes, and test preparation to management techniques, business start-ups, and advertising!

If you would like to read the article, it may be accessed here: Hard Economic Times a Boon for Libraries


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