MeL Databases allow you instant access to full-text articles from tens of thousands of magazines and newspapers. Databases are available for kids, adults, and on specialized topics such as car repair and practice tests. Click here to view full list available. **Librarian Recommended!**
The Public Libraries of Saginaw has partnered with the Michigan Small Business Development Center to offer a free seminar for aspiring business owners. This seminar helps new entrepreneurs assess their abilities to lead and manage a company, and introduces them to tools to evaluate market and sales potential for their products and services.
To register, or more information, call (989) 686-9597 or go to www.SBDCMichigan.org.
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The Hoyt Public Library is a Funding Information Network partner of the Foundation Center. (http://foundationcenter.org/ ). As a partner of this nationwide network of libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit agencies, the Hoyt Public Library provides visitors with free public access to grantmaker directories, books on fundraising and nonprofit management, and the Foundation Center’s electronic database, Foundation Directory Online. The fully searchable database includes detailed profiles of all active U.S. foundations, as well as an extensive file of recent grants awarded by the nation’s top funders.
To sign up for an orientation session for the Grant Resource Center, please call Brenda at (989) 755-0904 extension #1152. To learn more about grant resources please visit our Grant Resources Section.
As the official journal of the nonprofit National Geographic Society, National Geographic magazine built its reputation delivering the highest-quality photojournalism and cartography in the world.
As generations of researchers and fans will attest, this monthly publication provides unparalleled, in-depth coverage of cultures, nature, science, technology and more – making it an essential resource for educators and students as well as general readers. Thanks to advanced digital technology, The Public Libraries of Saginaw can now offer unlimited access to the magazine to the mid-1990s – every article from every issue, each fully searchable through an intuitive interface.
The Detroit Free Press is a rich source of genealogical and local history information. It covers the period before statehood, the American Civil War, and the growth of the mining, lumber and automotive industries. The information contained within the scanned and searchable pages is not limited to just Detroit area news. Researchers can find local news stories and family information for towns located throughout Michigan.
This database may be accessed from inside the library or from home by library card holders within the service area.