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Information about the Military The Department of Defense has developed a website that provides an overview of jobs available in all four branches of the military ( ) Computer Assisted Career Guidance Systems State Systems
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Other Types of Occupational Information Simulations – range from simple role-playing exercises (client assumes role of the worker )to the use of highly sophisticated programs (training of airline pilots) Games Interviews with Experts Direct Observation Job Shadowing Career Days Career Conferences Work Experience Programs Career Fairs Children’s Materials Educational Information Educational Institutions Apprenticeships Post-High School Opportunity Programs
Chapter 12 Virtual and Brick and Mortar Career Centers Design and Implementation
One-Stop Career Centers In 1994, The Department of Labor Employment and Training Agency (DOLETA) responded to the criticism that their services overlapped and in some instances were difficult to access by developing the One-Stop Career Centers They are located throughout the country in U.S. Employment Services offices as well as online. The provide a full range of virtual resources and face-to-face services to job seekers Brick and Mortar Career Centers Have been established in community colleges, vocational technical schools four-year institutions, U.S. Employment Security offices, libraries and businesses.
Establishing a Career Center (CC) Basic Criteria for Locating and Designing a CC 1. Accessibility •. For people with visual disabilities (well lighted areas, tactile directions, signs and elevators, closed caption videos, alternatives to keyboard and mouse use, audio versions of graphics) •. For people with hearing disabilities (rooms equipped with alternative emergency notices, available telecommunications devices for the deaf [TDD]) •. For people with mobility issues (wheelchair accessible entrances, registrations desks telephone and restrooms; easy access to buildings) 2. Attractiveness 3. Ease of operation •. Covers a variety of areas including the filing system used, storage and display of material, policies about checking out materials and nature of assistance provided to users of the CC 4. Responsiveness 5. Reflect diversity
Renovating or developing a CC The first step is to select a coordinator who understands technology and it application Enlist the support of organization’s leadership Establish a steering committee that can assist in setting objectives and designing the program that will be offered to client groups
Basic Technological Competencies 1. Use available software to develop web pages 2. Use web-based systems to provide outreach and education programs 3. Identify and evaluate web-based career decision-making programs and assessment packages that can be used in the CC 4. Help clients search for career-related information via the Internet 5. Help clients prepare and post online resumes and conduct virtual job interviews 6.

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