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Meet Us
In addition to the resources you can find in the Library (just stop by the Information Desk and ask a librarian!), there are also a variety of online tools available.
  • Job Recruitment: Find upcoming local job recruitment events for companies hiring in our area.
  • Job and Career Accelerator: Get detailed information on more than 1,100 occupations. Find careers that match your skills and interests. Access millions of current job and internship postings. Create professional resumes and cover letters, master interviewing and networking techniques, and more. Job & Career Accelerator is your guide to getting hired.
  • BrainFuse - click the Adult Learners tab to connect with live experts for help creating a résumé, learning to use Microsoft Office products, job search tips, and more!
  • Interested in preparing for a test, learning a new skill or obtaining a certification? coming soon
Did you know there are designated job hunting computers and scanners in both buildings? Ask a librarian for more details, and to log on. If you have your own device, our WiFi is always free and open!
Kate has been a public librarian since 2003. Before that she worked in large corporations as a technical writer. Her hobbies include travel and zumba.
She is currently reading two books: The Unitarian Universalist Pocket Guide and The House of Shadows.
Kathleen has been working at the Piscataway Public Library since late 2017. When she's not in the Library, you can probably find her baking (cookies and muffins, mostly!) or waiting in line at the Post Office. When she is in the library, she'd love to discuss your reference question with you.
Currently reading Emergency Contact and listening to The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society
John has been working at Piscataway since May 2017. When he's not at the library, he can be found hiking, fretting about baseball, or seeking out new foods. Talk to John about any programs you'd like to see at the library (or anything, really!).
Currently reading Parable of the Talents and currently listening to Americanah.

News & Upcoming Events

Trivia Night

Come test your trivia skills here at the library! Our quiz is six rounds of general knowledge questions — so anyone can be an expert. Bring a team or make new friends. Prizes will be awarded to the first place team!

Open to adults 16 and older. Limit 4 people per team.

To register, click here or stop by our Information Desk! Any questions, please contact John Wallace at

Gypsy Music: Celebration of Myth ​& ​Tradition

A mystical musical tour through the Gypsy villages of Hungary, Romania, Poland, Russia, Baltic Regions and other Slavic countries where Gypsies have thrived and lived for centuries. Come see this special concert with acclaimed International violinist David Podles playing music that speaks of the trials, tribulations and joys emanating from this enchanting and mysterious culture rich in ancient traditions.

To register, click here or stop by our Information Desk!

New Americans
Interested in ESL or Citizenship classes?

The library offers free ESL and Citizenship classes. Classes take place once per week.
If you're interested in enrolling, please fill out the form below.

ESL classesCitizenship classes