New York Department of Labor

One-Stop Broadband Education Access Mentoring (One-Stop BEAM)

The New York Department of Labor proposes to use Interactive Video Presence technology to connect 20 of the state's existing public workforce investment One Stop Career Centers to occupational skills training and career planning services from three state organizations, expanding these services to low-income areas where the training is not available locally. The One-Stop BEAM project will partner with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, New York’s Training and Education Center for Semiconductor Manufacturing and Alternative and Renewable Technologies (TEC-SMART), and the Department of Labor’s Central Office to leverage their extensive investment in equipment, software, and training materials.

In addition, the project will augment the training offerings of the Department of Labor’s existing One Stop network of career centers, which provide employment resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals in order to foster talent development in the global economy.

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Image: Launch attendees review a map of the 104 Alaska OWL libraries. Alaska Department of Education & Early Development

The Alaska Department of Education held a project launch meeting in Anchorage on December 15 and...

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