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Slide 1: NAVY COUNSELORS ASSOCIATION All Hands Newsletter: Navy Career News from August Compiled & Digested for You Visit us at Facebook for Updated information Sept 2011 Vol. 50 REBALANCE, RECORDS & RESERVE EDITION Enlisted Retention Board: Here are dates you should know: Aug. 22, 2011: ERB Phase I Convenes (E4/E5), Sept. 26, 2011: ERB Phase II Convenes (E6-E8), October 2011: ERB Phase I Results Announced, November 2011: ERB Phase II Results Announced, Jan. 13, 2012: Operational Waiver Requests Due. Click link f- NPC‘s ERB site: http://go.usa.gov/ker or http://www.slideshare.net/mcponpao/aug-18-2011-enlisted-retention-board. Top 10 Things You must know about your Record: OMPF: The official record. Sailor can view with OMPF View (formerly known as WERR). Management can view with Command OMPF View. Sailor is responsible for accuracy. Can only be updated by Early Career submissions to NPC. NOT updated by ESR or other personnel information systems. ESR: Transition Program: The ‗new‘ field level entry point for service record entries & maintenance. Sailor must ECTP is a new program establish Self-Service account to access their ESR. (ESR Quick Start). Sailor responsible that allows active & FTS for updating personal information via Self-Service account. Commands must establish Sailors to complete their Command View-Only, Admin Create, Edit, & Verify accounts to view, make & verify ESR contracts as drilling entries. Command CCC will use CIMS. More on record: http://go.usa.gov/ke2 Reservists. ECTP FleetRIDE & Perform To Serve (PTS): Sailors need to requests must be take ownership of their career. This includes: Sustained superior received at least three performance, advancing on time, & putting yourself in the best months before desired position to be able to have every option available to you. Sailors transition date.• Click should not assume that their application has been entered into this NPC link for more the system. Sailors need to be proactive & actually see that their details on ECTP: application has been submitted. In some cases, you may have to http://go.usa.gov/keY retake your ASVAB (AFCT) to increase conversion possibilities. 1 Request for a PDF copy via lazaro.astro@navy.mil – Senior Editor. All For more on FR PTS: http://go.usa.gov/kum contents are sole responsibility of the editor & not the Navy
Slide 2: *** Become A Teacher *** America needs 240,000 new teachers each year & there are severe shortages of math & science teachers. Every student deserves a great teacher & it could be you. The American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence (ABCTE) offers one of the most flexible & affordable ways to earn your teaching certification, including an online, independent study program that will prepare you to teach on your own schedule & without costing you thousands of dollars. Visit: http://www.abcte.org/teach for details. *** Priority Placement Program (PPP) *** Known as the the premier civilian career transition assistance program in the Federal government. When employees are scheduled for displacement due to downsizing organizational restructuring, they receive hiring preference for DoD job vacancies through the PPP. DoD Priority Placement Program: www.cpms.osd.mil *** Job Search *** Find out what federal jobs are related to specific military occupations or rating. It also takes you to USAJOBS that pertains to your rating. From the NCW Archives, Mil2FedJobs: www.mil2fedjobs.com *** Civilian Job Openings in the Navy *** CHART (the Navy's civilian employment website donhr.chart) System to End Operations by October 12, 2011 — Applicants, Employees Urged to Move Information to USAJOBS - The Federal Government's Official Jobs Site: http://www.usajobs.gov/ *** Veterans & Social Media *** Get connected with your local Veterans Affairs to get THE MOST of your VA Benefits. Join their specific social media to stay in touch. http://www.va.gov/opa/SocialMedia.asp *** Teachers Certification *** Troops To Teacher (TTT) is to assist eligible military personnel to transition to a new career as public school teachers in targeted schools. A network of State TTT has been established to provide participants with counseling & assistance regarding certification requirements, routes to state certification, & employment leads. Click link DANTES for more: http://go.usa.gov/kuK Health Benefits *** When service members leave active duty, TRICARE offers the Transitional Assistance Management Program (TAMP). During TAMP, dental care may be provided in military dental treatment facilities is on a space-available basis. Beneficiary & family members must make *** Start your VA Benefits *** VONAPP (Veterans On Line sure their information in DEERS is current. Visit Application) website is an official Veterans Affairs (VA) website that TRICARE's TAMP webpage at enables service members, veterans & their beneficiaries to apply for www.tricare.mil/tamp benefits using the Internet. within six months of separation or Career Wisdom "Motivation is the art of getting retirement can apply for compensation benefits and/or pension people to do what you want them to do because benefits via eBenefits: http://go.usa.gov/kuy they want to do it." - Dwight D. Eisenhower
Slide 3: Perform To Serve Make sure you get a copy of your *** Verification of Military Experience & Training or DD2586 *** when you begin your transition planning. VMET lists your military job experience & training history & can be useful in preparing a resume or filling out applications. Click link to get your VMET via: https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/vmet FAQ: Some sample Facebook Answer & Question posted on Navy Career Wise page Sailor Asks: Can a Sailor get more than one look for PTS approval? I just heard if u are submitting due to PRD u get more looks! But I don't see that in the instructions? Samantha Answers: When you are submitted for your PRD if you have less than 24 months between your PRD & SEAOS you get 7 looks for your SEAOS plus how many months are between your PRD & 12 months out from your SEAOS. Sailor Asks: If PTS is denied final (after 6 looks) orders can not be negotiated, right? If orders can not be negotiated & I still have 3 years left on my contract, will I be asked to separate or will I instead fall needs of the Navy & be sent somewhere without a PTS approval? Rex Answers: PTS is only denied final 6-months from SEAOS. If you have three years left on contract you are going to negotiate for orders. Sailor Asks: I'm currently active duty & I put in for selective reserve my PTS for selective reserve came back approved my question is how much longer am I active duty? My contract is up in April but I plan on reenlisting in reserves. NCW Answers: You are active until your contract ends in April but make sure you CCC coordinates with NPC CTO so you won't have a break in service. You can POST your own Questions or Answers to ASK or HELP at www.facebook.com/CAREERWISE. For more information on Perform To Serve visit the PTS FleetRIDE Link at: http://go.usa.gov/kuw ―Commands shall ENSURE Fleet RIDE/PTS applications are submitted for all designated E3-E6 Sailors with less than or equal to 14 years of obligated service as early as 15 months prior to, but no later than 12 months prior to their end of active obligated service (EAOS) as extended, also known as Soft EAOS (SEAOS). During this mandatory submission period, applications must be submitted even if the Sailor‘s intention is to separate, or if the Sailor is ineligible or not recommended for reenlistment at the time of application.‖ As your Fleet RIDE/PTS window approaches, work closely with your chain of command & Command Career Counselor to ensure that you are the best possible candidate for reenlistment approval. Remember: Preparation starts the day you report to the command! Fleet RIDE/PTS policy, information, & training materials are located at: http://go.usa.gov/kJs 3 Navy Career Wisdom: -W. R. Inge : "We must cut our coat according to our cloth, & adapt ourselves to changing circumstances."
Slide 4: *** Navy Training or CANTRAC Website *** A few of the programs accessed through Navy Rate, Advancement, Jobs & Training *** Basic or Academic Skills Course *** You can now print off your Post-Assessment page on OASC as some ESO required in taking the AFQT or ASVAB. For more questions contact Mr. Thomas Smith (NETC 5) at 850-452-7271. To register login via NKO to: http://www.nelnetsolutions.com/dantes/ CeTARS include Catalog of Navy Courses; Enterprise Navy Training Reservation System ; Navy Training Quota Management System; Class Event & Resource Scheduler; & Recruit Training Management. To reach the new Navy training home page, users should delete the old CeTARS URL from their favorites & use this link: https://main.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/ *** Navy Job Opening: Special Boat Operator *** Consider this rate for your PTS conversion. They are the warriors of the waterways with the big guns & fast boats — taking down bad guys, calling in air strikes & getting SEALS & other Special Forces in & out of tricky situations. Get insight into his incredible career & the training it takes to join their elite ranks. Special Warfare in the U.S. Navy: http://goo.gl/133ey *** Electronic Training Jacket *** ETJ tool on the Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) Web site is an important link for Sailors who are tracking their career progression or preparing for advancement. ETJ collates for the user all the training, education, special qualifications, certifications, skills, awards & other data pertaining to an individual‘s career. The information is maintained in various folders within the individual‘s training jacket. With all of this data available at their fingertips, Sailors can now manage their own ETJ folders to ensure that everything is in the right place at the right time for career progression. For more information on ETJ visit the Navy Knowledge Online Web portal at: https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/ . Navy Wide Exam Dates this coming THURSDAY: are you ready?: September 1, 8 & 15 for E6, E5 & E4. http://www.facebook.com/CAREERWISE
Slide 5: Perform To Serve (PTS) is the Navy's screening process to retain only the outstanding or excellent performer AND to adjust the right manning or the most current needs of the Navy. Here are the REALITY CHECK & ways to upgrade your career & get a better chance of PTS approval from the Navy: 1. ADVANCE: the rack & stack priority of choosing who can stay Navy is the highest paygrade among your group or zone. An E5 will be pick versus an E4 even if they are both, let us say 4 years in the Navy (same year group). 2. STUDY: the more you know your rate, the more chance of you getting selected & the frocked Sailors are priority than those who were not selected-not yet advanced from the most recent exam cycle. 3. GET RANK ON EVALUATION: Although the remarks section of Sailor's evaluation is the biggest block (43) in NAVPERS 1616/26, Block 45 is the most important criteria to get you selected on PTS. You must know your command's mission in order see how you can get an Early Promote (EP) or Must Promote (MP). A Promotable Sailor has lesser chance of getting approved to Stay Navy. The more EP you have in the last 5 evaluations, the better your chances of staying Navy BUT it is not always a guarantee especially if there is no conversion option. 4. FLEXIBILITY or PROFICIENCY IN OTHER SKILLS: You must develop other skills other than your rating. For example, a Yeoman (Admin skills) must be able to become a Logistic Specialist (Supply) within 12 months notice. You must prepare yourself to convert your rating every 4 or 6 years unless you excel or get an EP or MP on current rate at the right manning (not CREO 3), consistently. Expand your choices of rating by having a higher ASVAB scores (see #9). 5. GET SPECIALIZED: Having a critical NEC (Navy Enlisted Classification) makes you more essential for the Navy. Develop your skills by going through specialized training. Unfortunately not all ratings have certain critical NECs. (Continue to next page) Navy Career Wisdom "Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better. " - Pat Riley For more current Career & Benefits information go & LIKE http://www.facebook.com/CAREERWISE
Slide 6: Perform To Serve: How To Better Your Chance To Stay Navy (Continuation) 6. GET FIT: Physical Fitness & Assessment is part of the PTS Algorithm so Sailors must pass every PFA & to do this you must maintain a good physical fitness by living a healthy lifestyle through proper diet & daily exercise. 7. TIMELY CDB: You must have at least 6 Career Development Boards prior to your window in order to determine the best plan for your career. Your Career Counselor must have your Fleet Ride based on many recommendations from your CDB. 8. TIMELY FLEETRIDE: A PTS CDB & PTS Fleet-RIDE (Fleet Rating Identification Engine) input from your CCC must be completed 15-12 months prior to your EAOS or PRD. A screening process called JOIN (Job Opportunities in the Navy) will help Sailors determine the potential & appropriate rating by answering a few survey questions. 9. TAKE BASIC SKILLS COURS & IMPROVE YOUR ASVAB: By increasing your ASVAB score (AFQT) by improving your basic skills & retaking the AFQT you expand your options in converting to the rating that is needed by the Navy. 10. GET A MENTOR: Nobody can do it alone. Unfortunately, in some cases it is WHOM you know & not always WHAT you know that influences your evaluation. In this critical phase of PTS, Sailors must have constant daily guidance from a more senior Sailors or an adviser that will give the right counsel on evaluation, advancement & training. There should be more than 10 ways to better your chance on PTS including having a proactive CCC (one of the hardest working Sailor in your command nowadays) who continuously FleetRIDE & does your Career Development Board together with your CPO, Department Head & CMC. They should all communicating with you through CDB. Just my BOAT (Bits of Opinion, Advice & Tips) – NCC Astro. Navy Career Wisdom from Anonymous: Never be afraid to do something new.6 Remember, amateurs built the ark; professionals built the titanic.
Slide 7: CAREER PLAN & Good Daily Habits of a Navy Counselor It's a busy time for all Career Counselors in the Navy. Five years ago, I remember going to work ready to screen Sailors who are due to reenlist & separate with a simple Excel roster downloaded from NTMPS. I then set up an "optional" interview with the Sailor. Are you reenlisting or not? It was almost as simple as that. Not anymore. We now have to go through steps that if we missed any could endanger the career & alter Sailor's life & family & we sometimes become the unintentional villain. Here are some steps I've learned to use & practice daily as counselor, mentor & administrator that I would like to share to minimize that stress level. For Career Counselors Only: Daily: C.A.R.E.E.R. P.L.A.N. by NCC A 1. Collect or Download a roster both from CIMS & NTMPS to track PRD & EAOS besides an EDVR. (source: NPC CCC page, NSIPS, your Admin / Personnel office) 2. Assign a division counselor for every 25-30 Sailors to assist you in mentoring your Sailor. Accept the fact, we cannot do it alone & share the wealth. (source: command collateral letter & CIMS) 3. Review FR- PTS database & review consistency via interview of member or Career Development Board.(source: FleetRIDE & CIMS ICDP) 4. Educate or Inform your Sailor & Chain of Command on daily message traffic by giving your own thoughts & how it applies to every Sailor. (source: NPC Instructions) 5. Explore all options for Sailor for every given timeline or transition: what rates to convert? ASVAB below 65 retake? (source: FleetRIDE) 6. Resolve issues or communicate with every community managers & detailers of your Sailor via email in one single trail & maintain this good relationship. Do not limit your resolution with just a phone call (MS Outlook / email, NPC Phone & email Directory) 7. Protect yourself & Sailor by documenting all counseling & Plan for Career Development Board at least every six months or as needed (source: CIMS, MS Outlook / Calendar) 8. List your things to do on every Sailor by keeping a good file for future use. (source: Microsoft Outlook task & reminders) 9. Adapt good new practices from latest technology or take advantage of All sources & collaterals you have. For example take the following duty as collaterals: Admin LPO, ESO, Training Officer or TPO, Command Financial Specialist or anything that involves counseling. (source: NKO) 10. Network by attending monthly CCC, PO1 or CPO meetings & / or joining Social Network (source: NCW Facebook) It doesn't end here, there is 11, 12, 13 & so forth. It all depends on the style of how we can get the job done - efficiently & with less stress to you & your family (that means no need for unnecessary over time).
Slide 8: Benefits You Can Use Now *** Free Navy Times & Other Subscription *** Read the latest or the archive without the required paid subscription by logging into www.nko.navy.mil using your CAC then click the link on Reference or E-Library to access thousands of free books, magazines, audiobooks & more - PAID for us by the military/Navy. America's News (need CAC-ID): www.infoweb.newsbank.com or http://goo.gl/5t1Ue *** Naval Legal Service Offices *** This customer-service organization provides free legal services to active duty Navy, Marine Corps & Coast Guard service members & their dependents, reservists on active duty for 30 days or more, & to retirees as resources permit. Go to this site then click family & services for details: http://www.jag.navy.mil/ *** Morale, Welfare & Recreation (MWR) *** This program is to provide military personnel & their families with sports & physical fitness activities, child & youth programs, & a variety of food & beverage services. Visit the MWR website & learn about the wide range of programs that contribute to the retention; readiness; & well-being of our Sailors & their families. http://www.mwr.navy.mil/ *** Microsoft Office for $9.95 *** NMCI active duty personnel is entitled to Microsoft's Home Use Program (HUP) as a volume license owner with Microsoft. The HUP allows government civilian & uniformed personnel presently on NMCI, to obtain a licensed copy of Microsoft Office, Project or Visio desktop applications. Must have military email to use it one time: www.microsofthup.com https://www.militaryonesource.com is a "one stop" place to go whenever service members or family members need assistance with any kind of problem & available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. *** 1-866-U-ASK-NPC *** Hotline 1-866-827-5672 or DSN 882-5672, provides valuable information to active duty, reserve personnel & retirees & family members, ranging from personnel issues to verifying employment for Sailors who have applied for a home mortgage loan. The center is also receives, sorts & delivers thousands of selection board packages to the appropriate promotion boards entering them into an electronic database,. This means you can track your package & know if it was received by the correct promotion board within 48 hours of receipt by the Customer Service Center. You can also get answers by email CSCMAILBOX@NAVY.MIL NAVY CAREER WISDOM -Francis Bacon, Sr. : "He that gives good advice, builds with one hand; he that gives good counsel & example, builds with both; but he that gives good admonition & bad example, builds with one hand & pulls down with the other."
Slide 9: "Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude." - Ralph Marston Travel, Pay & Personnel *** PCS Travel & Claims *** Forgetting to have your reviewing or approving official sign & date your travel voucher, DD Form 1351-2, is one of the reasons that payments are delayed to civilian PCS travelers. Click DFAS Traveler's Checklists: http://go.usa.gov/keW *** Military Retirement Pay *** No Changes on current retirement pay system as some news magazine implied. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said any changes to military retirement should be studied carefully & should be ―grandfathered‖ . More Changes to Military Retirement Anytime Soon: http://go.usa.gov/keD *** Involuntary Separation Pay ***The key word in ISP, is involuntary. To go one step further, once a Sailor receives an SP due to desire "not" to reenl, they cannot change their intention to qualify for ISP or other invol benefits. Qualification for half or full separation pay is in accordance with the DOD Financial Management Regulation (DODFMR) Volume 7A, Chapter 35 Section 3502 Separation Pay (NonDisability): http://go.usa.gov/keb . In addition, OPNAVINST 1900.4 & MILPERSMAN 1920-series provide guidance on eligibility for Full vs. Half Separation Pay. IAW MILPERSMAN 1930-030, the member must be Advancement Eligible in order to receive Full Separation Pay, this is not solely based on his evals: (1) Criterion 1: Must have CO's recommendation for advancement & retention. (2) Criterion 2: Must have taken & passed the most recent advancement examination before separation, time in rate permitting. Special & incentive pays: are important parts of your compensation. A new page lists the current special & incentive pays used by some or all services in their retention & recruiting efforts. Know what you may be eligible for...& speak with your personnel or finance office to make sure you get what you deserve. Go to: http://go.usa.gov/kS1 *** Travel Tip *** you may not be reimbursed for a hotel booked using an online booking agent (orbitz, travelocity, etc.) UNLESS an itemized receipt from the hotel is also provided. The receipt from your online reservations will no longer be considered a valid receipt. Additionally, you cannot submit a "lost receipt" statement as a replacement for the online booking receipt. For details visit DFAS: http://www.dfas.mil/pcstravel.html Guidance concerning sailors not selected by FY-12 quota-based Enlisted Retention Board: Sailors not selected for retention by the fy-12 quota-based Enlisted Retention Board (ERB) must separate no later than June 2012. These sailors will be assigned a separation program designator (SPD) code of either JCC or LCC. NETPDTC will publish a profile sheet after the ERB results are released indicating select or non-select status. Contact PSD for details. *** Transition from Active to Reserve Navy *** Enlisted Sailors currently serving on Active Duty who desire to affiliate with the Navy Reserve, or need more information about Navy Reserve Programs & opportunities, should contact the CTO at (901) 874-4108 or cto.enlisted@navy.mil.
Slide 10: Perform To Serve Every Sailor, Every Counselor, Every Mentor, Every Leader •15 Months Prior to PRD & EAOS Career Development Board •Monthly Counseling Get daily feeds & useful information from •Daily Follow up www.facebook.com/CAREERWISE Get Involved
Slide 11: College & *** Fax Your Grades *** As semester comes to a close you should fax your grade "Drugs are a waste of time. They destroy your memory & your self-respect & everything that goes along with with your self esteem." - Kurt Cobain report to Pensacola if you used Navy Tuition Assistance (TA). The Navy holds each Sailor responsible for submitting a grade report. After you fax your grade report check MyEducation to see if the grade was posted to your TA account. Call NCO if your grade is not posted within 7 days. The fax number to Pensacola is (850) 452-1149. Be sure your grade report is a clean, bold copy containing your name & the last four of your SSN. *** Tuition Changes & Sign of the Times *** DoD may have plans to reduce the amount of tuition assistance (TA) coverage provided Service Tuition Assistance (TA) through the members. According to Gary Woods, former Chief WebTA. WebTA eliminates paper TA of DoD Voluntary Education, Defense Department applications by allowing Sailors to may be considering reducing the $250 / semester apply for TA electronically. Go to: credit hour TA payment rate of by $150 or more. http://go.usa.gov/kuI for more TA Plan now & take advantage of NCPACE, NKO, Information. CLEP & Other alternative education benefits. *** POST 911 GI Bill *** Effective October 1, 2011: Allows students to use the Post-9/11 GI Bill for - Non-college degree (NCD) programs: Non-college degree (NCD) programs offered at non-degree granting schools: Pays the actual net costs for in-state tuition & fees or $17,500, whichever is less. Also pays up to $83 per month for books & supplies. Onthe-job & apprenticeship training: Pays a monthly benefit amount prorated based on time in program & up to $83 per month for books & supplies. Flight programs: Per academic year, pays the actual net costs for in-state tuition & fees assessed by the school or $10,000, whichever is less. Correspondence training: Per academic year, pays the actual net costs for in-state tuition & fees assessed by the school or $8,500, whichever is less. Housing allowance is now payable to students (other than those on active duty) enrolled solely in distance learning. The housing allowance payable is equal to ½ the national average BAH for an E-5 with dependents. The full-time rate for an individual eligible at the 100% eligibility tier would be $673.50 for 2011. For more updates on Post 911 GI Bill go to: http://go.usa.gov/kuR *** Apply for Tuition on the Web *** Sailors should apply for Navy Education Wisdom by Jim Rohn: Formal education will make you a living; self education will make you a fortune. 11 "Persistence is to the character of man as carbon is to steel." - Napoleon Hill
Slide 12: CNO’s Latest Information on Career Message # Subject Date npc/reference/messages/NAVADMINS/Pages/NAVADMIN2011.aspx *** SEA SHORE Flow Updated *** Detailers are currently reviewing Sailors records & making PRD adjustments as required. Thirty-six ratings have increased sea time, & 18 ratings are now classified as sea intensive. Sailors should contact their respective community manager or detailer for specific rate/rating/NEC questions. Click this link for the revised SSF NAVADMIN: http://go.usa.gov/ke9 . *** Career Development & Training for E7-E9 *** Excellent career & leadership enhancing training for Senior CPOs. This 3 day seminar is included in SEA Training (in Rhode Island) but can now be attended in San Diego & Norfolk. Click the very latest NAVADMIN 254/11 for details: http://go.usa.gov/kun For more current Career & Benefits information go & LIKE http://www.facebook.com/CAREERWISE "Enter every activity without giving mental recognition to the possibility of defeat. Concentrate on your strengths, instead of your weaknesses... on your powers, instead of your problems." - Paul J. Meyer 12 256/11: Order To Account For The Navy Family: 08/26/2011 255/11: Senate Confirmation Of Officers By The Fy-12 Active-duty Navy LDO & Line Boards: 08/24/2011 254/11: Sched For Senior Enlisted Leadership Crs: 08/23/2011 253/11: Selective Reenlistment Bonus Update: 08/22/2011 252/11: Vice CNO Change Of Office: 08/22/2011 250/11: Promotions Line And Staff Corps, Warrant 08/19/2011 249/11: Fy-13 E9, E8, And E7 Selection Board 08/19/2011 248/11: Fy-12 Schedule For The Senior Course: 08/19/2011 247/11: Navy Reserve Promotions Officer: 08/19/2011 246/11: Observance Of Women's Equality Day 2011: 08/18/2011 243/11: Update To Fy-13 Olmsted Scholar Program: 08/16/2011 242/11: Fy-12 Graduate Education Opportunities : 08/16/2011 241/11: Enlisted Applications USS Constitution: 08/16/2011 240/11: Implementation Of Dentist Special Pays: 08/16/2011 239/11: Submission Of Command Operations Report: 238/11: Minimalist Footwear: 08/05/2011 236/11: Familygram 04-11 - Looking Ahead: 08/04/2011 235/11: Changes To Post 9-11 GI Bill: 08/04/2011 233/11: Fy12 Active-duty Navy E7 Selection Results: 08/01/2011 For complete NAVADMIN click: http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-
Slide 13: Health, Home & Community *** National Resource Directory Updated *** The National Resource Directory redesigned & enhanced its website at http://www.NationalResourceDirectory.gov. Created for servicemembers, veterans, wounded warriors, & their families & caregivers, NRD is a tool for service providers to reach out to the military & veterans communities. It provides access to thousands of services & resources at the national, state & local levels to support recovery, rehabilitation & community reintegration. If you are aware of community programs & services that should be available to veterans, please submit them for review to the Suggest A Resource feature on the NRD. The National Resource Directory is a Department of Defense (DoD) & Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) initiative. *** Health, Living & Fitness Benefits *** The Navy & Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) has created a new Healthy Living website that includes information on the dangers of designer drug use. This is a one-stop resource that includes downloadable presentations & links to other informational websites or commands to use for general military training. http://www-nehc.med.navy.mil/ *** All Your Benefits in One Place: eBenefits *** Departments of Defense & Veterans Affairs have worked collaboratively to develop a one-stop shop for benefits-related online tools & information. Service members, Veterans, & family members can register for eBenefits, which affords access to the secure features in My eBenefits & allows the portal to personalized to the user's needs. Additional features are being developed & added every quarter. Register now at https://www.ebenefits.va.gov *** Community Relations & Local Benefits *** Share this White House initiative page to your local & national community in order to get the most benefits in support of our service in return supporting our military family. Let your community take the challenge & JOIN FORCES. Joining Forces Community Challenge: www.joiningforces.challenge.gov *** VA Medical & Veteran Health Benefits *** My HealtheVet is a free, online personal health record.If you are a VA patient, registered on My HealtheVet & have completed the one-time In-Person Authentication process, you can: get your VA Wellness Reminders, view your VA Appointments, when available, participate in Secure Messaging with your health care team & participate in future My HealtheVet features. Visit: www.myhealth.va.gov Career Wisdom: "Desire is the key to motivation, but it's determination & commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal a commitment to excellence that will enable you to attain the success you seek." - Mario Andretti 13 For more current Career & Benefits information go & LIKE http://www.facebook.com/CAREERWISE
Slide 14: Tools, Technology & Tips You can Use *** PCS & Other Move *** Members can make final moving plans with their local transportation office. The new system calculates for reimbursement using a "best value" method. Some moves will not qualify for the new system. Rules for moves can be found in the DPS Smart Book at http://www.move.mil along with additional service-specific guidance. *** Smartphone Tool for Veterans & Health Counseling *** This mobile site, visitors can access valuable psychological health resources, such as the DCoE Outreach Center, which instantly connects users with trained health resource consultants who can answer questions about psychological health concerns & connect users to recourses in their local community. Click this link for the Mobile site of Real Warriors: http://realwarriors.net/ *** Navy Blog *** The Navy Live blog, hosted on the DoD Live blog hosting service, was launched to be a platform for talking about issues & important matters confronting the Department of the Navy. The blog is to tell the Navy story via the voices of leadership & deck plate Sailors. For complete listing of Navy social media sites or register your command, visit: http://www.navy.mil/socialmedia *** Volunteer Opportunity, Community Service & Disaster Relief *** Serve.gov is your online resource for not only finding volunteer opportunities in your community, but also creating your own. Use Serve.gov to help you do your part. America‘s foundation will be built one community at a time –& it starts with you. Visit: www.serve.gov *** Monthly TAP Webinar *** Learn how to translate your military experience into civilian terms, create a new financial plan or even understand the federal employment system. You will also be able to connect with those who are going through similar experiences & learn from them. Live trainers facilitate these highly interactive sessions, which are designed to give you practical information that can be put to use immediately. Register NOW! http://www.turbotap.org/register.tpp *** Pay, Per Diem Tools & Mobile Phone Apps *** This app allows travelers to look up Federal government per diem rates by city/state & ZIP code in locations throughout the United States & its territories. Per Diem is the daily allowance for lodging (excluding taxes), meals & incidental expenses. Get the BB & iPhone Apps: 14 http://www.gsa.gov/portal/content/302273 Submit your input, ideas & questions at lazaro.astro@navy.mil or search Facebook: Navy Career Wise
Slide 15: JOBS: PCS CMS-Interactive Detailing &DUTY & FULL TIME CMS-ID SCHEDULE FOR ACTIVE Civilian Opportunities SEPTEMBER 2011 CMS-ID SCHEDULE FOR ACTIVE DUTY & FULL TIME SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2011 SUNDAY 1 THURSDAY 2 1530 (CST) 1530 (CST) FRIDAY 1630 (CST) 1630 (CST) SATURDAY 3 10 3 17 10 24 17 24 4 0000 (CST) 0000 (CST) MONDAY HOLIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 5 12 5 19 12 26 19 26 0500 (CST) 0500 (CST) 6 13 6 21 13 0500 (CST) 0500 (CST) 7 1700 (CST) 1700 (CST) 8 1 15 8 22 15 29 22 29 9 2 16 9 23 16 30 23 30 11 4 18 11 25 18 25 0000 (CST) 0000 (CST) HOLIDAY 1800 (CST) 1800 (CST) 14 7 21 14 28 21 28 27 21 27 APPLICATION RESULTS ARE AVAILABLE BEGINNING AT 1630 (CST) ON THE DAY THE DETAILER SELECTION ENDS AND REMAINS POSTED UNTIL THE NEXT MONTHS REQUISITION SCRUB APPLICATION RESULTS ARE AVAILABLE CMS-ID REQUISITION(CST) ON THE DAY THEDOWN FORSELECTION ENDS AND REMAINS POSTED BEGINNING AT 1630 SCRUB CMS-ID DOWN FOR REQ LOAD CMS-ID DETAILER MAINTENANCE UNTIL THE NEXT MONTHS REQUISITIONDETAILERS MAKE SELECTIONS CMS-ID AVAILABLE FOR APPLICATIONS SCRUB CMS-ID DOWN FOR REQ LOAD CMS-ID REQUISITION SCRUB CMS-ID AVAILABLE FOR APPLICATIONS CMS-ID COMMAND COMMENTS ONLY (No Applications allowed) Career WisdomHELPDESK HOLIDAY SCHEDULE taking total responsibility for your future. Choose not from John Maxwell: "Discipline is a matter of CMS-ID COMMAND COMMENTS ONLY (No Applications allowed) DETAILERS MAKE SELECTIONS to blame circumstances for the outcome of your life. Choose to go beyond your natural talent. Choose to make wise Saturday 03 September decisions repeatedly. Choose discipline as the path to your potential." HELPDESK – (Limited Staff) SCHEDULE HOLIDAY Sunday 04 September – (Limited Staff) *** USAJOBS & FEDHIRES *** There are laws providing Veterans' preference & special appointing authorities for Monday (Labor Day) 05 September – Closed (Emergency On Call Line) Saturday 03 fact that (Limited recognize that hiring veterans is just good business. Federal service provides veterans, as well as theSeptember –agenciesStaff) 04 September (Limited Staff) a Sunday CMS-ID Helpdesk by email– their noble service to or phone 1 800 The Office of Personnel Management created means Contact the for veterans to continue cmsidhelpdesk@navy.mil this country. 537-4617 Monday (Labor Day) 05 September –single depository without redundancy & misinformation that meets all veterans' http://www.fedshirevets.gov/, a Closed (Emergency On Call Line) 15 employment information needs. Contact the CMS-ID Helpdesk by email cmsidhelpdesk@navy.mil or phone 1 800 537-4617 CMS-ID DOWN FOR MAINTENANCE
Slide 16: ASVAB If you want to Stay Navy, it’s your choice. Lower scores means less job opportunities. Talk to your Command Career Counselor about Perform To Serve & Enlisted Retention Board or how you can retake your ASVAB. Go to www.facebook.com/CAREERWISE to get more Career Enhancing Advice.
Slide 17: Career Wise - Cross Wise #14: Rebalancing, Records & Reserve ACROSS 1 Compiles data from a host of different sources for college degree & course data, service schools & other training. 3 Contains electronic images of documents generated throughout the career of every Navy officer & enlisted member, from time of entry until final separation. 5 You may qualify to earn a bonus from $5,000 to $20,000 or special pay up to $25,000 annually when you join this. 7 Replacing the ―paper‖ Record maintained by your command or servicing PSD. 8 Designed for individuals who want to build their reading comprehension, vocabulary, & math skills to pass their exams in ASVAB. 10 The one stop resources for all career & benefits information from A to Z. 13 One of the resources to explore your options for conversion to a new rating. 14 SECNAV approved an FY12 Active Officer Separation Board in July 2011. 15 Separation under this program may be no greater than 24 months prior to EAOS as extended, & all separations must be executed no later than September 15, 2013. 18 Supports the Navy‘s effort to optimize the quality of the force while shaping end strength to meet future challenges for E7-E9 with 19 years. DOWN 1 End of Contract in the Navy. 2 Opportunity to change a job in the Navy. 4 Single system for identification of qualified rating opportunities & submission of reenlistment application. 6 Periodical short term instructions from NPC. 9 Qualifying family members may be eligible to receive medical & dental service through this benefits. 11 Single point of contact for all Navy personnel for transitional guidance & transition processing. 12 Provides opportunities for enlisted Sailors, to transition into the SELRES more than 90 days prior to their EAOS as extended. 16 Rebalancing for all Sailors E4-E8 with between 7-15 years of service in ratings manned at 103% or greater. 17 Designed to help the Navy keep ―our best & brightest Sailors while shaping the Navy force to meet future requirements. Answers at the last page 17 Career Wisdom: "Motivation is a fire from within. If someone else tries to light that fire under you, chances are it will burn very briefly." - Stephen R. Covey
Slide 18: Navy Career Wisdom from Colin Powell: There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, learning from failure. Answers to CrossWise #14 18 Courtesy of Reader‘s Digest Courtesy of Reader‘s Digest
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