The Dodgeville Public Library has a ‘Teen Section’ that offers a current selection of teen fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels and magazines. Our area has comfortable seating for reading, plus large study tables ideal for spreading out for homework and projects. Enjoy our free and fast WiFi for access to Overdrive, Libby, Ebooks and Audio books – or learn a new language with our online language program “Transparency”!
Digital Collection for Teens
What is it?
The eReading Room is a dedicated collection on the library’s OverDrive-powered website that displays content only for kids or teens. Displayed content can include juvenile titles, young adult titles or both. Checkouts and holds are processed the same way as the full version of the library website, so when kids and teens are ready to use the full version, they’ll already know how to navigate the pages.
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College Resources are located in Adult Non-Fiction at 378.3 with Career Resources at 331.7.
Handbook references available can be viewed in the ‘College and Career Handbook Resources‘ area of our website.
Job Resources / Education / Resume Building
Iowa County Job Center
Job Service in Dodgeville is located across the street from the Dodgeville Public Library at 201 S. Iowa St.
Southwest Tech offers Adult Basic Education courses, GED/HSED preparation, career planning services, and many other programming options at several outreach sites throughout Southwest Wisconsin. Many services are free of charge! Southwest Tech Outreach site is located at 316 W. Spring St., Dodgeville, in the same mall as Piggly Wiggly.
State of Wisconsin – Department of Workforce Development is a proud partner of the American Job Center Network.