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Celebrating Excellence: CoachU Graduates 17 New Career Coaches in Northeast Ohio

CoachU graduated the latest cohort of 17 coaches yesterday, joining the 75 others who have previously completed the workforce development program for career coaches who help people plan careers and find jobs. The graduates completed the 5-month program, which includes 62 hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours of structured practice to help remove barriers to work and identify local resources, and the tools and techniques that career coaches need to help their clients thrive as they enter the workforce.

The program sets a standard of excellence for career coaching in Northeast Ohio and builds a stronger community of practice among coaches from organizations who help clients enter the workforce. CoachU was designed and built through a collaboration of seven local workforce development organizations. Contact Bryan Wortmann for more information.

Congratulations to the dedicated 2024 graduates:

Leslie Scruggs, Youth Opportunities Unlimited
D'Zire Wilson, Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Chanel Christian, Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Kim Rush, Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Patti O'Keefe, Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Maria Lozada, Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Alexia Ambroz, Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Al Wilson, Cuyahoga County Public Library
Angel Santiago Ortiz, El Barrio
Stephanie Herriot, Towards Employment
Stephanie Stevens, Family Promise
Grace Givens, United Labor Agency
Shalini Banerjee, United Labor Agency
Brianna Felton, United Labor Agency
Shawn Campbell, College Now
Sherri Parks, College Now / Tri C Say Yes Scholars
Cornasia Sanford, College Now / Tri C Say Yes Scholars

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