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The Coach is being recognized by other user groups as valuable and is therefore, being adopted into other websites. For example:
The BRAC Coach (http://www.BRAC-Coach.org) is a new electronic tool developed by the United States Department of Labor for workers, businesses, and employment and training service impacted by the recent Base Re-alignment and Closure (BRAC) actions initiated by the Department of Defense. The BRAC Coach identifies common issues or problems facing those likely to be affected by BRAC and provides step-by-step instructions to help users find resources on related information.
The Worker Transition Coach (http://www.WorkerTransition-Coach.org) is a rapid response for workers and workforce development staff involved in a layoff situation. This Coach acts as an interactive user manual to CareerOneStop E-Tools and other related Web sites to assist with the employment search and support services.
The CareerOneStop Coach (http://www.OneStopCoach.org) guides users through the Department of Labor's CareerOneStop Web sites. The CareerOneStop Coach identifies common issues or problems facing jobseekers, workers, and employers. It provides interactive step-by-step instructions to help users find answers or related information using the CareerOneStop E-Tools.
The Staff Coach (http://www.staff-coach.org/) is a support tool for workforce development staff. This interactive Coach provides a list of customer scenarios from which to choose. Then workforce development staff are guided through a series of CareerOneStop E-Tools. Tips for using the CareerOneStop Web sites with customers are also provided.
MilSpouse.org (http://www.MilSpouse.org) is designed to assist the spouses of U.S. total force military personnel with resources for employment. The Web site provides resources to support the career aspirations of military spouse job seekers, particularly those in the midst of a permanent change of station move.
The MilSpouse.org Web site contains a Career Coach (http://Coach.MilSpouse.org) which guides military spouses to information based on key problems spouses often face.
An exciting partnership between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) provides workforce development opportunities and resources to underserved communities.
As a result of the partnership, the Neighborhood Networks Online Career Coach (http://www.NNCareerCoach.org) guides users through various workforce development resources, including local One-Stop Career Centers near local HUD NN centers.