Monthly insight into America’s Navy – A Global Force for Good.™ Issue 06 May 2011 This Issue ONR Promotes STEM Fields P.1 Counseling & Advising Corner P.2 CBO Internship (IT) Program P.3 Chief’s Corner P.4 Awards/Career Resources/Key‐Dates P.5 Priority Positions: The Office of Naval Research (ONR) Promotes Nuclear Power Program STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Navy Reserves (Part‐Time in Mathematics) Fields Fargo) NROTC Scholarship The Office of Navy Research (ONR) is working to gather Navy, academia, Applicants industry, and non‐profit leaders in an attempt to partner in STEM initiatives. Practicing Medical Doctors, Dentists, and Nurses On June, 15‐16, leaders will gather at the Hilton Mark Center in Alexandria, VA in Prior Service Personnel order to hear the U.S. Navy’s vision for the service’s STEM program. In addition, Chaplains (Master’s in leaders will explore potential partnership opportunities with conference Theological participants and likewise, discuss education outreach and research. Studies/equivalent) Special Warfare (SEALs, In the coming years, STEM related fields will hold the most promising SWCC, Rescue Swimmers, Explosive Ordnance employment opportunities. This is due in‐part to a retiring older generation (Baby Disposal, & Navy Diver) Boomers) and a traditionally low enrollment‐graduation rate. Advanced Electronics (Submarine) To learn more about STEM, visit http://www.stem2stern.org/index.
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dsd Congressional Budget Office (Summer Internship IT Program) The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is a complete projects under tight deadlines. small nonpartisan agency that provides Strong communication and interpersonal economic and budgetary analysis to the skills are a must. The position also requires a Congress. The Office of Financial person who can work independently and as Management seeks an intern to work on a a part of a team. voluntary basis to perform internal audits of Eligibility: budgetary, accounting, accounts payable, The Recruiter‐In‐Charge travel, inventory, property and personnel 1. Open to freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Home Town: Mamou, LA data to ensure procedures and processes seniors, Recent Graduates, and Graduate Navy Occupation: Aviation are followed and amounts are calculated Students. Ordnanceman correctly in accordance with established 2. Candidates should be working toward a Years of Service: 13 Current Paygrade: E‐7/Chief Petty operating procedures. bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Officer Education: AAS Business, Certificate in information technology. Industrial Hygiene Management, U.S. These internships can only be offered to Dept of Transportation Navy Risk‐ students whose universities sponsor Management Assistant, U.S. Dept of internships with federal agencies, Website: http://www.cbo.gov Labor Counselor Apprenticeship (pursuing), Franklin Covey 4‐Disciplines irrespective of whether the student receives of Execution Consultant, 7‐Habits compensation from the university; that is, Contact: Signature Series, BS in Organizational there is no requirement for the university to Nancy A. Fahey, PHR Leadership (Pursuing) pay or offer class credit for the internship. Congressional Budget Office Previous Assignments: USS Enterprise The university must be willing to provide a Ford House Office Building, Room 410 CVN‐65, USS Abraham Lincoln CVN‐72, Navy Recruiting District Houston, Navy written statement indicating that they are Washington, D.C. 20515 Recruiting District Minneapolis sponsoring the student for an unpaid Phone: 202‐226‐2628 Positions: Drug/Alcohol Prevention internship at CBO which will be of E‐Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Advisor, Personal Financial Specialist, educational benefit to the participant. Material/Maintenance Manager, Naval Safety Technician, Quality Assurance Students must verify that their university Inspector, 4‐Disciplines of Execution will sponsor the internship before applying: Consultant, Human Resource (HR) the written statement won’t be required Manager unless the student is offered an internship. Interests/Hobbies: Higher Qualifications: Education/Life‐long Learning, Business Management/Organizational Candidates should be working toward a Leadership Literature, bachelor’s or master’s degree in information Community/Civic service, Key‐note Speaking/Knowledge work, and technology and have experience with Hunting/Fishing. ASP.net, Microsoft Access, and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). In addition, the Learn about the G.I. Bill! Navy Recruit Training Command! ability to gather user requirements, model/normalize data, and write stored procedures for SQL Server or similar database tool, e.g., Oracle, is highly desirable. Candidates should have the ability to handle multiple simultaneous tasks and
Consider earning a degree in these fields: Obtaining and Optimizing Human, Intellectual, and Technological 1. Business Intelligence Capital – The New Workforce! 2. Organizational Leadership/Management 3. Human Performance Parents/Advisors, 4. Human Resource (concentration in international In a few months high school graduates will enter management/globalization) their freshman year of college and 2012 Senior’s 5. STEM(Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) Majors will begin their final year of secondary education. As these young people begin their transition from adolescence to adulthood, it is important that Knowledge Worker/Todays Employee they are advised on the current precedence that companies have regarding the procurement and Degree optimization of workforce capital (Human, Certificates Intellectual, and Technological). It is behooving of Certification/Licensure young adults to truly understand the demands of Continuing Education Units the labor market and the specific portfolio that organizations are presently seeking. Internship/Documented Related‐Work Experience Soft Skills (Judgement, Intelligence, relationships, insight) When young people depart high school, very Understanding the Global Market and rarely do they have a clear understanding of what the Knowledge Workers Role Listing of Awards/Recognition for is needed to successfully enter the country’s labor previous assignments force; the same is said regarding their paradigm of Quantifying References a competitive portfolio. I’ve taken the time to give two perspectives here. The first is a graph signifying today’s knowledge To Stay Competitive, Todays Sailor must possess a portfolio that includes: worker/preferred employee. The second is a graph signifying the various facets that make‐up a Associate/Bachelors/Masters sailor’s growth trajectory. Continuing Education Units If you take a few moments to contrast the two, Leadership/Management Experience you’ll see that today’s Sailor is “groomed” or “developed” in a manner that is in keeping with High Peer‐Ranking on Annual Job Appraisals private sector human resource demands. Geographical Diversity in Duty Assignments Simply put, today’s Sailors are being prepared to Secondary/Collateral Job Postions serve as highly qualified knowledge workers of the information age. Arduous Assignments(Duty that supports HR Policy, Retention, Development of Human Capital, and Mission Essential Operations) Today’s Navy is seeking a much different applicant Sustained Superior Performance than that of previous decades. As the upcoming school year approaches, we encourage parents Achievements/Awards/Community Service and advisors to contact us to learn more about the Demonstrated Technical Savvy U.S. Navy and the significant advantages of a career. Joint‐Service Assignments Respectfully, Phillip Durio, Chief Petty Officer, USN
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