Day 1 Afternoon Breakout Session 2 Panel on Wounded Warrior Hiring Programs Nega

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Day 1 Afternoon Breakout Session 2 Panel on Wounded Warrior Hiring Programs Nega

  1. 1. NAVAIR WOUNDED WARRIOR PROGRAM Building Our Workforce for the 21st Century Presented to: Session: Successfully Hiring Wounded Warriors Presented by: y Daniel Nega
  2. 2. NAVAIR Wounded Warrior Program• Program Initiated October 2010• Supports the integration of Wounded Warriors into the civilian workforce DISABLED VETERANSProgram Components – Recruit & provide training to Veterans with a 30% or greater disability rating. – Recruit & provide training to Veterans with a 30% or greater disability rating as a result of being wounded ill or injured in combat wounded, combat. 2
  3. 3. Outreach Partnerships We are actively engaging in outreach efforts to build and strengthen partnerships and programs.• WW BATTALIONS – CAMP LEJEUNE – QUANTICO BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS – CAMP PENDLETON• MILITARY TREATMENT FACILITIES AND DISABILITY TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS – BETHESDA – BALBOA – TIDEWATER – BALBOA – BROOKE ARMY MEDICAL CENTER• WOUNDED WARRIOR REGIMENT (US MARINE CORPS)• ARMY WOUNDED WARRIOR PROGRAM (AW ) (AW²)• AIR FORCE WOUNDED WARRIOR PROGRAM• NAVY SAFE HARBOR WOUNDED WARRIOR PROGRAM• WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT 3
  4. 4. Wounded Warrior Career Opportunities•Active Duty Intern Program Offers civilian career experience while still active duty Intent is to offer interns full-time employment Available at all NAVAIR Sites Mentoring•Naval Acquisition Development Program for Wounded Warriors Centrally funded by Naval Acquisition Career Center Four-year developmental program Rotational opportunities Conversion to NAVAIR rolls upon completion of program•Direct Hires Developmental pos t o s e e op e ta positions Mentoring 4
  5. 5. Way Forward• Continue establishing partnerships and expanding outreach efforts t h ff t• Continue to work within our organization to find job opportunities t iti• Develop on-the-job training programs for WW• Develop formal training programs for hiring managers to assist in the transition process 5
  6. 6. NAVAIR Wounded Warrior Program POCs• MR. STEVE CRICCHI, IWD ADVOCACY EXECUTIVE TEAM CHAMPION – Steve.cricchi@navy.mil – 301-342-6758• MR. DAN NEGA, IWD ADVOCACY EXECUTIVE TEAM CHAMPION – Daniel.nega@navy.mil – 301-757-8773• CDR DANIEL LUERS, WOUNDED WARRIOR PROGRAM MANAGER – Daniel.luers@navy.mil – 301-342-3031• MS TANIA DAWSON NAVAIR RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION PROGRAM MANAGER MS. DAWSON, – Tania.dawson@navy.mil – 301-342-6866• MS. NANCY DANGANAN, NAVAIR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILTIES PROGRAM MANAGER , – Nancy.danganan@navy.mil – 301-757-4112• MR. SONNY FANN, WOUNDED WARRIOR EXTERNALLY DIRECTED TEAM – Sonny.fann@navy.mil – 301-342-3295 6

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