Posted by LaDonna Davis, Wednesday, February 14, 2018
All Hands selects several messages to publish in a weekly post to help raise awareness about specific messages and useful information.
* NOTE: The series does not contain all of the new messages, just select ones. Click here to view internet releasable messages, or go to the Portal to view all messages (must be at a Coast Guard workstation).
The Office of Leadership is soliciting applications for the Partnership in Public Service Excellence in Government Fellows Program. The Coast Guard will sponsor one civilian employee and one military officer for this program, which will commence May 7, 2018 and conclude on Mar 7, 2019. The Excellence in Government Fellows program draws from a variety of career paths and leadership experiences.
The Spirit of Hope Award is presented for outstanding service to the United States of America. It is awarded to men and women of the United States Armed Forces, entertainers, and other distinguished Americans and organizations whose patriotism and service reflect that of Mr. Hope. For his decades of entertaining troops, both in peacetime and in combat zones, Mr. Hope was designated the first honorary veteran of the United States Armed Forces.
PSC-EPM-2 is soliciting for the several EPO positions around the country. Interested EPO candidates shall ensure they receive the appropriate command endorsement and meet the requirements of reference A section 1.C.7 or have successfully screened for EPO in AY18. Only candidates tour complete in 2018 and 2019 should apply.
The purpose of this message is to announce the 11th Annual Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) DC Military IT Leadership Awards sponsored by the AFCEA DC Chapter. This award will be presented to two members (one enlisted and one officer) from each of the Armed Forces. Nominees must have been a member of the U.S. Armed Services, either reservist or on active duty, between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2017, and made a significant contribution to the warfighter through the use of Information Technology.
The Coast Guard has the opportunity to select up to four persons from the Washington, DC area to attend the MIT program entitled “Seminar XXI: Educating U.S. National Security Leaders”. Military officers in grades O-5 to O-8 and civilian employees in grades GS-14 to SES are eligible. Personnel who will be stationed in the Washington, DC area during the period September 2018 to May 2019, including those in receipt of PCS orders to the area, are eligible to apply. Personnel outside of the DC area, who are willing to personally incur all travel and associated costs to ensure attendance at all required sessions in the DC area, are also eligible.
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