Resources from the Library
What is a Business Librarian?
Our Business Librarian is trained to help small businesses, nonprofits and job seekers find the information they need to make decisions. When you Book a Librarian, you’ll be connected with resources and services that match your needs.
- Small Business: starting, running and succession for small business owners and entrepreneurs
- Nonprofit: leaders and staff can find connection with grant writing workshops and resources for organizational growth and change
- Job Seekers: resources are available for job seekers at any point in their search process
Business Info Services
Available online by appointment
Book a Librarian for individual consultations, or attend a class and learn with your peers.
The Business Librarian can help you find information on…
Developing a new business or nonprofit
Working through challenges of a current business or nonprofit
Planning a grant seeking strategy
Locating job-seeking resources
Available by appointment only
JCLS is pleased to offer notary services at no charge in English and Spanish. Please be sure to read all information in the drop-down tabs below. Spanish language services are available at the White City branch.
Jackson County Library Services staff notaries are not attorneys licensed to practice law. JCLS staff notaries are not allowed to draft legal records, give advice on legal matters including immigration, or charge a fee for those activities.
JCLS staff notaries do not charge a fee for notarial acts. This notice applies to services provided in English and Spanish.
Not Currently Available
Library meeting rooms—large and small—throughout JCLS branches
Programs and Events
Grantwriting: An Intensive Workshop Series | Spring, Fall
Job Seeking: Local Help and Resources | Summer, Winter
Business and nonprofit book discussions | Monthly
Business and Nonprofit Book Collection
e-books | e-audiobooks | print
Planning, Management, Systems
Resilience, Success, Growth
Organizational Management, Leadership, Change
The Foundation Center empowers you to connect with the right foundations to strengthen community services at your organization. Access over 140,000 foundation profiles. View giving subject focuses, and LinkedIn connections to officers and directors to grow your nonprofit network. And find each foundation’s history of giving to individual nonprofits. With this powerful tool at your fingertips, you can begin the path toward successful grant writing.
*In Library Use Only – Medford Branch – Or fill out this short form to request remote research assistance.
The Premier Job Search, Reference, and Mailing List Database. This database includes 2.3 million job listings, 30 million business & executive profiles, 1.1 million healthcare professionals, and much more. Ideal for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, finding friends and relatives, and much more
Learn and improve skills across business, tech, design, and personal interests. Connect to 4,000+ on-demand video courses taught by world-class instructors. Access available to Full Service (including Non-Resident) card holders only. eCard holders may upgrade to a Full Service card by visiting any branch.
Financial Information Resources for
Families and Individuals
Recursos de Información Financiera para
Familias e Individuos
Everyone needs information about how to manage our financial wellbeing. The resources listed here are
designed to help you along your way as you plan for your future, support a family, recover from financial fraud
or natural disasters, etc. The information here was curated with guidance from FINRA (Financial Industry
Regulatory Authority) and the ALA (American Library Association).
Todos necesitan información sobre cómo manejar nuestro bienestar financiero. Los recursos listados aquí
están diseñados para ayudarle conforme planea su futuro, mantener a la familia, recuperarse de un fraude
financiero o desastres naturales, etc. La información aquí se seleccionó con la guía de FINRA (Financial
Industry Regulatory Authority) y ALA (American Library Association).
Elanna Erhardt, MLIS
205 S. Central Ave
Medford, OR 97501