Read your favorite magazines on your computer or mobile device. You will find top magazines covering business, leisure, fashion, product reviews, current events, and more. New issues often added before they appear in stores. To access, enter your Peters Township library card number. You must be a Peters Township Public Library cardholder to use this service.
The Wall Street Journal is one of the largest newspapers in the United States, providing coverage of breaking news and current headlines from the US and around the world, and is published 6 days a week.
Use this link to access WSJ while inside the Library: wsj.com
Request Remote Access and then read The Wall Street Journal from anywhere! Email us via this link to receive an emailed response providing 3 days of WSJ access. Be sure to include your Peters Township Public Library card number in your email. Be advised, it can take up to 72 hours to respond to your request for access.
Once you receive your email from us, click on the link to create a personal WSJ account using your email address and a password of your choosing. At the end of the 3 days, you can reuse the same link for another 3 days of access. Link may be reused repeatedly. You do not need to request access from Library staff a second time.
Please note, your sign-on credentials are for your personal use ONLY and cannot be shared with other individuals. Any violation of this clause will result in Dow Jones terminating access. You must be a Peters Township Public Library cardholder to use this service. Thank you for your cooperation.
Discover job resources for Pennsylvania job seekers and employers. These Pennsylvania government resources are designed to help you find a good career, review job openings, and match you with employers. Included are job listings, statistics, career guides, and education planners.
Pennsylvania Counts is the official Pennsylvania site that includes interesting data, timelines, maps, a preview of the Census questions, and some intriguing data visualization tools!
To help with the census, and to get everyone counted, Governor Wolf has created a statewide 2020 Census Complete Commission.
A few facts:
- Did you know that children under 5 are often underreported?
- PA receives roughly $2,093 per person each year from federal funding determined by the census count. That would be $20,930 lost over 10 years if even 1 person is missed in the count!
- College students should be counted where they are sleeping on April 1 (not where their residency is per declarations to the IRS).
- PA public library funding can also be impacted if there is an undercount of our residents!
360 Degrees of Financial Literacy is a national volunteer effort of the nation’s Certified Public Accountants to help Americans understand their personal finances and develop money management skills. It focuses on financial education as a lifelong endeavor.
Created by the US Small Business Administration, this tool provides you with a step-by-step guide to help you get started in creating your business plan. All the information entered into this tool can only be viewed by accessing your account using the password you create.
BrokerCheck is a free tool, provided by Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. BrokerCheck aims to help consumers make informed choices by providing research on the background, experience, and regulatory history of financial brokers, advisers, and firms.
Money Minutes are quick and easy introductions to financial topics. They were created by the organizers of Money Smart Week, who partnered with thousands of financial experts to provide free and unbiased advice in their videos.
NewsGuard uses journalism to fight false news, misinformation, and disinformation. Their trained analysts, who are experienced journalists, research online news brands to help readers and viewers know which ones are trying to do legitimate journalism—and which are not.
A one-stop shop for information on America and the American people. Access information from the American Community Survey, Current Population Survey, Population Projections, and other specialized surveys, as well as historic census information.
POWER Library and its databases are made possible in part by Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and through Library Access Funds administered by the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, Department of Education, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor.