The library has a new resource called Foundation Grants for Individuals that contains thousands of listings for grant opportunities for students, artists, and other individuals!
It is only available from within the Clayton County Library branches.
Come on in and let us know if you need help getting started!
Free Online Books and Audiobooks!
Don't have a Kindle or a Nook?
Now you can read books online and listen to audiobooks online through your computer!
The TumbleBookCloud service is available through the library's website and contains hundreds of ebooks and audiobooks including Young Adult fiction, graphic novels, classics you might need to read for school, Shakespeare, poetry, history, science, and more!
The Clayton County Library is a family-friendly environment, and all open mic content must be appropriate to such an environment.
Free Online Tutoring!
Need help with a math, science, or social studies problem? Need someone to review your writing to make sure it's as good as it should be? Need to practice for the SAT? Try Brainfuse! It's a service that is now available for Clayton County residents through the Clayton County Library System at no charge to you! Live online tutors are available from 2pm - 11pm every day, and the practice tests and other sections of the site are available at any time. Tutors are available in English or Spanish.
While you're waiting your turn in the Mobile Career Lab, come inside the library and ask staff to show you how to use the Job & Career Accelerator online service to help you create your resume and assist your job search.
Want to Learn a Language?
Having trouble in your French class? Planning a trip to Japan? You can now learn a language for free through the library by using Mango!
Mango is an online learning language system that can help you learn Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, or English (for Spanish Speakers). Mango will teach you vocabulary and grammar, play recordings to help you understand the pronunciation, and even record your own voice so that you can compare it.
The Jimi Hendrix Watercolor class at the Forest Park branch in July was featured in the Clayton News Daily! Were you there? Read the article and see if you were mentioned! Do you like to paint or draw? We'd love to see your work and post it on the TCC Gallery pages!