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  • 1. Command Sponsor Program
  • 2. REFERENCE
    • COMMAND SPONSOR AND INDOCTRINATION PROGRAMS
    • OPNAVINST 1740.3
    • COMMAND SPONSOR AND INDOCTRINATION PROGRAMS
  • 3. GOAL OF THIS PROGRAM
    • To facilitate a smooth transition and assimilation into the new command, set the stage for a positive experience at the beginning of a tour, and to maintain an atmosphere for continued success.
  • 4. WHO OWNS THE SPONSOR PROGRAM?
    • Command Master Chief
  • 5. WHAT MAKES A SUCCESSFUL SPONSOR PROGRAM?
    • Maintain pool of trained sponsors.
    • Integrate sponsor program on command tickler.
    • Assign sponsor within 5 day’s of notification of prospective gain, and initiate contact with member within 10 working days.
  • 6. WHAT MAKES A SUCCESSFUL SPONSOR PROGRAM? CONT
    • Provide sponsor POC info via email, Welcome Aboard Package, or message (all 3 is optimum).
  • 7. HOW ARE COMMAND’S NOTIFIED OF A PROSPECTIVE GAIN?
    • Received orders.
    • Enlisted Distribution Verification Report (EDVR), Section 1.
    • Prospective gains in BUPERS Online.
    • CIMS
    • Direct contact from prospective gain.
  • 8. SELECTING A SPONSOR
    • Assigned sponsor will be E-5 and above.
    • Be the same marital status as the prospective gain.
    • Be enthusiastic and be willing to help people.
    • Be positive toward the Navy, command, local community, and sponsor program.
  • 9. SELECTING A SPONSOR CON’T
    • Be familiar with the command and its location or homeport.
    • Have successfully completed sponsor training.
    • Not be the person the individual is slated to relieve. The sponsor should remain onboard the command for at least 6 months after the arrival of the incoming service member.
  • 10. WELCOME ABOARD PACKAGE
    • Send at earliest possible date (within 10 working days of notification).
    • Tailored for specific command:
    • Location of command.
    • Sponsor information.
    • CO/CMC Letter.
  • 11. WELCOME ABOARD PACKAGE
    • Phone number of Command and sponsor.
    • OMBUDSMAN information.
    • Nice to have items... Photo, postcard, patch, etc.
  • 12. WELCOME ABOARD PACKAGE
    • Fleet & Family Support Centers:
    • Provide AT LEAST the following information, including POC:
    • Housing
    • Financial services
    • Local schools
  • 13. WELCOME ABOARD PACKAGE
    • Fleet & Family Support Centers Cont:
    • Utilities
    • DMV
    • Area Maps
    • Pet information
    • Child care
  • 14. ???QUESTIONS???