New Career Center Books

Introducing the latest additions to the Career Center book collection. You may place a hold on any Career Center book through the East Baton Rouge Parish Library website.


The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga
by Amy Ippoliti and Tara Smith (New World Library)

Are you looking to start a new job as a yoga teacher? Or would you like tips for making your yoga studio more successful? Either way, this book is for you. Two experienced yoga teachers published this book as a guide for establishing and growing a yoga practice. Topics covered include: building a student base, planning classes, maintaining a marketing plan, creating brand identity, and increasing financial stability.

Overcoming Employment Barriers: 127 Great Tips for Burying Red Flags and Finding the Job That’s Right for You
by Ronald Krannich (Impact Publications)

There are a plethora of issues which may act as obstacles for you in your job search. These can range from health issues (chronic illness or disability) to work history issues (job-hopping, gaps, lack of experience, etc.) to troublesome issues (termination, criminal record, etc.). Any one of these issues could be the reason you’re having difficulty finding a job. This guide provides explanations of how and why each issue may hurt you in the workforce, along with sage advice for addressing and overcoming these obstacles.

Ace Your Teacher Interview: 149 Fantastic Answers to Tough Interview Questions
by Anthony Fredericks (Blue River Press)

This in-depth guide breaks down the processes, content, and hidden tricks of the job interview, with a specific focus on educators and the types of questions most likely to be asked in a teacher interview. The author, who has extensive experience on both sides of the hiring desk, discusses what an applicant should do before, during, and after the interview in order to succeed.

Written by Lynnette Lee.