The Institute of Career Education, Employment and Career Development's ( www.iceecd.com )
multi-media platform educational program that is best in class curriculum/content that is delivered by subject matter experts
who are partnered with the Institute.
The Institute of Career Education, Employment and Career Development is an educational platform that is delivered by subject matter expert consultants who are partners with the Institute on multimedia platforms.
The programs are focused on educating job seekers how to search for a job and advance a career in today's technology driven, globalized business market.
Specialized instruction is provided for several diverse populations with employment and advancement barriers who can greatly benefit from the Institute's content and programing.
We are building partnerships with universities, colleges, non-profits, educational organizations online learning and workforce organizations and expert level subject matter coaches and consultants to offer our content as branded or as a co-branded partnership opportunity to widen the reach and access to our program.
Contact John R. Fugazzie for more information.
Why the Institute of Career Education program was developed:
Support individual career development through an in person workshop support with a proactive asynchronous learning and planning process that can be accessed by individuals any time and from any location via the web site.
• Participants will learn methods to become active change agents on their own behalf and accountable for their individual career development by employing the positive impact of career planning using the ICE Program.
• Workshop content and process is geared to tap participant imagination and assist them to develop effective and efficient ways to create ample career and job opportunities for themselves.
• Participants will develop clarity, self- awareness and self-confidence through exposure to contemporary career development using career models, practices, tools and resources to identify each of their talents, skills, and strengths, learning how to take the initiative to execute their desired plans.
• Participants will learn to use career tools to build awareness of their unique needs, interests, and motivations by taking skill assessments leading to the development of a well thought out, planned and executed, career model for life-long learning.
• Participants will learn how to articulate findings and achievements examples in an open, supportive environment.
• Participants will have the tools necessary to move forward with their career goals, hopes and aspirations.
Founder and Managing Partner
John R. Fugazzie
New York Wired for Education, LLC (New York Wired), founded in 1991, was originally established to provide state and local governments, not-for-profits agencies, and corporations with innovative and affordable training programs and technology solutions. New York Wired is now the only eTraining company solely focused on the needs of the public workforce training and development market. Using a combination of eLearning technology, instructor-led training and custom development, New York Wired has provided training programs to more than 50,000 adult learners in over 15 states.
In 2008, New York Wired introduced Metrix Learning, its Web-based learning management system (LMS). Metrix was designed to meet the current and emerging training service delivery needs of Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs) and their customers (unemployed, under-employed and dislocated workers) that require new skills, enhanced skills, and certification training programs to prepare them for new employment opportunities.
C & C Career Center offering a complete range of
Career Training Services
Lisa M. Schuetz (LinkedIn Profile) President of C & C Career Center. Her past work was as Moving Ahead Program Coordinator at Bergen YWCA which helped connect women who are long term unemployed from the community with local employers. Recruiter for Bergen YWCA.
She is an instructor at Felician College and President of C&C Career Center, a Career Development Consultant.
She has a Master of the Arts Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, with extensive experience in corporate Human Resources at Swiss Bank Corp.,New York University, School of Medicine, Rockland County Economic Development Corp., Rockland County Department of Health.
Her pro Bono work includes : regional director of Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA, co-founder of Women-helping-Women USA.
Lisa is a VIP Member of National Association of Professional Woman awarded Woman of the Year 2014.
The Institute of Career Education, Employment and Career Development has expert level help for populations with employment and advancement barriers.
Long Term Unemployed
The LTU job seekers numbers are much larger than they have been in our history and at a time where the jobs are too few for the numbers who need them.The find themselves out of work through no fault of their own. Job Search advice and strategies while similar across all groups there is very specific advice to help to this group find themselves back to work.
Resources in networking to help this group re-establish themselves in the job market helping to connect with organizations who help with all the various barriers that are preventing our vets from getting jobs.
50+ Baby Boomers-helping-Boomers USA
Baby Boomers are all 50+ now and as the previous largest generation in our countries history have always had supply and demand working against them. Today their experience and salary history prevents them from finding work in many places and their age, while not spoken can be a barrier to getting back to work. Those who can show their relevance and that have kept up with their skills and knowledge have a good chance at getting back to work but need to approach their job campaigns very differently than they were able to in the past to be successful.
Millennials-helping-Millennials USA Generation Y | College Students & Grads
Recent College grads are finding the job market extremely difficult and need more career support and job search training before they hit the job search path upon graduation.
The market has changes so significantly and dramatically that many career services are not in touch with today's current marketplace and are not equipping the students with the job search education that is necessary. past two years 1.6 million have graduated and only 50% have landed jobs and of those 31% are forced to take jobs that didn't require their just earned/and not paid for College Degrees.
As a targeted networking meeting group of the internationally successful Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA ( www.nhnusa.org) meeting and networking group, Latinos-helping-Latinos USA ( www.lhlusa.org ) is an all volunteer led a group of facilitator/leaders from the hispanic community who have established themselves and are working to
add additional skills and college degrees and credentials to allow them to advance in their careers and in the community.
They are extremely passionate of their culture and heritage and are contributing back to their hispanic communities through their leadership and volunteerism.
Conducting in english Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA meetings and building a leadership group to expand the spanish language Vecinos ayudando a Vecinos USA ( www.vavusa.org ) to help others from their community who need help with job search and other related issues.
Vecinos ayudando a Vecinos USA
Meeting groups for non english speaking unemployed and underemployed. This spanish language version of the Neighbors-helping-Neighbors USA very successful job search module. Led by leaders from the hispanic community to are devoted to help their fellow citizens be successful here in the USA.