This report originally published at allhands.coastguard.dodlive.mil.
Posted by PA2 Connie Terrell, Thursday, April 26, 2018
All Hands selects several messages to publish in a weekly post to help raise awareness about specific messages and useful information.
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Congratulations to the winners of the FY17 Coast Guard SEER Awards!
This ALCOAST solicits submissions for the 30th Annual GMiS Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation (HENNAC) Conference and Award Show. The awards honor the nations most distinguished Hispanic engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and technology experts as well as those that support and enhance the Hispanic community. These awards allow the USCG to highlight role models in an effort to inspire and encourage young people to pursue USCG Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) focused careers and to motivate USCG members to remain connected to the Hispanic community.
The Federally Employed Women (FEW) 50th Annual National Training Institute will be held July 16-20, 2018 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta, GA. The purpose of this training institute is to foster education, career development and training, as well as provide networking and mentoring opportunities to attendees.
Congratulations to the winners of the Congressman James Sener Award for excellence in marine investigations. The investigators are recognized for conducting the most distinguished marine casualty investigations for CY17.
This message provides information regarding DCO sponsored advanced education opportunities. Detailed information for each program listed below can be found on the COMDT (CG-DCO-84) Portal page. Officers desiring a challenging and rewarding opportunity with increased responsibility are encouraged to apply. Graduates will be placed in positions that directly impact mission execution. These positions demand significant technical expertise to facilitate interaction with domestic and international commercial shipping communities, industries, respective regulatory bodies, international partner nations and other military services.
Congratulations to Culinary Specialist First Class Elizabeth Meister from Coast Guard SECTOR San Francisco for being selected as the Culinary Specialist of the Year!
This message announces an update to Reference (a) and places the new Officer Support Form, Form CG-5308 into service effective April 19, 2018.
This message announces the personnel who may be advanced to the rating/paygrade indicated effective May 1, 2018, provided the requirements of Refs A through C are met.
This ALCGOFF solicits volunteers from the ready reserve (O2 to O4) to serve on EAD for a period of one to three years. EAD is often used when the active duty corps experiences shortages in critical competency areas. EAD opportunities are balanced against approved accession numbers and are therefore limited.
This message announces the personnel who are eligible for advancement or change in rating to fill Selected Reserve vacancies May 1, 2018, provided the requirements of Art. 3.A of REF A and Art. 7.C.1 of REF B are met.
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