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September 22, 2018

There’s Still Time to Sign Up For EBay and Entrepreneur Workshops at Oswego Public Library


Start getting rid of your unused stuff, and make some extra money. If you have collections of items you know longer care about (do you still have Cabbage Patch dolls?), a designer purse you never use, or tools or parts just sitting idle in your garage, somebody out there wants your unused stuff and will pay money for it. “Sell on EBay, Ship USPS,” is offered at Oswego Public Library’s Public Computing Center on Friday, September 16 from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. In the workshop, you will learn how to set up an eBay sellers account, list items for sale on eBay, collect payments for sold items, and complete transactions by shipping items to buyers. The workshop is presented by Natalie Dolan, a Customer Relations Coordinator for the US Postal Service who will show participants how to easily get money for things no longer needed.

For small business owners, “Marketing Your Small Business” is offered on Wednesday, September 14 from 10:30 am to noon. Learn how to create a website to increase visibility and advertise your business, set up a PayPal account, and other tips and sites to promote your small business. One-on-one assistance will be available following the workshop by Presenter Matt Corey, who is Learning Libraries Coordinator at North Country Library System.

To sign up for workshops, call Oswego Public Library at 341-5867 or go to the Main Desk in the Library. Workshops are limited to 10 people on a first come first served basis, except for one on one help with anything related to technology, which has no limit and takes place on a walk-in basis when classes are not in session, and by appointment.

The Public Computing Center at Oswego Public Library is open daily except Sundays, with someone to help members of the public with anything computer or technology related. Please call the Library at 341-5867 or go to the Main Desk in the Library to sign up for workshops. Programs are provided free of charge through a Broadband Technology Opportunity (BTOP) grant.

 

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