Attention SrA/SSgts: Interested in Retraining?
Consider joining the Manpower (3F3X1) career field! Most manpower offices are a small, close-knit team with plenty of opportunity for personal growth and recognition. If selected to join us, you’ll be part of a hand-picked team. Our members are experienced in working with the highest levels of management. We learn about every function in the Air Force through day-to-day interaction. The challenges and opportunities associated with this type of work are unparalleled in the Air Force. Nearly every major CONUS and overseas Air Force base has a Wing Manpower and Organization office requiring enlisted personnel. Manpower and Organization work at these bases encompass most “state of the art” computer and management techniques. The methods, techniques, and philosophies we employ are accepted practices in leading industrial and business firms worldwide. To qualify members must have/complete: Minimum 5-Skill Level in current AFSC / Minimum Grade SrA (1st/2nd Term SrA/SSgt) / Minimum ASVAB/AQE Score of 66 or higher / Deployment Eligible - Worldwide Qualified / Interview, records review, a manpower battery assessment / Be recommended by JB MDL & AMC Manpower Functional Managers. If you have any questions, please contact MSgt Christopher Looney @ DSN 650-3192 or e-mail the 87FSS Manpower & Organization Flight at firstname.lastname@example.org
START YOUR CONTINUOUS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT (CPI) JOURNEY!
Have you expressed interest in attending the CPI Green Belt Course but didn’t have the time? Well you are in luck. You can now take this course on-line. This allows you to complete lessons at home, at work, or even while you are traveling. Once you register you can sign in on any system, just use the webpage address below. It can be downloaded on a phone or home computer so it can be taken on the go, whenever you have few minutes. The course actually works better in a non-VPN environment.
There are two self-paced options to explore lean and statistical control topics now available from the Air Force for active duty, guard, reserve or civilian Airmen. No contractor access.
Choose a class that fits your professional development goals:
Option 1 - Join a Green Belt e-learning class and complete 25-35 hours of slides and pass final exam within 120 days of kickoff. Once registered, the curriculum can be done anywhere - your phone, portable device or computer. There are four checkpoints with a Black Belt instructor that are hosted live and recorded for review.
Student will earn a USAF Certificate of Green Belt Training and 2.9 Continuing Education Units. They will then be matched with a mentor to facilitate a certification project to improve a process in order to be granted Green Belt certification and a Special Experience Identifier (SEI) code.
Option 2 – Access the self-paced material – great for CPI practitioners for a refresher or for curious learners who don’t desire certification but want to expand their knowledge. If you change your mind later, you can finish the required modules and transfer to the
Green Belt final exam only class. If you have any questions please call 609.754.6838.
Airmen's Attic Needs You!
Airmen's Attic needs volunteers who can assist with sorting and organizing.
Great volunteering opportunities for service members!
The Airmen's Attic is located in the same bulding as Pudgy's Sports Pub (Bldg. 2508 Can Do Way) and open Tuesdays and Thursdays for E-6 and below, and 3rd Saturday for all ranks from 10am - 2pm.
Airmen's Attic offers includes lightly used uniforms, kids' clothes, and house hold items.
To volunteer and for more information, please contact the Attic POC:
TSgt Antonio Myles at email@example.com
WOUNDED WARRIOR FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program The House of Representatives Wounded Warrior Program was established in 2008 to provide veterans employment opportunities in the U.S. House of Representatives. These two-year fellowships enable veterans to gain experience to help them qualify for career opportunities within the federal government.
Fellowship recipients can work with participating members of Congress at their district offices. Participants will be directly involved with policy casework on veteran-related issues within their districts. Qualified applicants must have served on active duty since September 11, 2001, have an honorable discharge, have 30% or greater service-connected disability rating and fewer than 20 years of military service.
Positions are available in congressional district offices nationwide. Wherever possible, those selected for the program are given the opportunity to transition into full-time employment.
For more information visit the program website at: https://cao.house.gov/wounded-warrior.