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1. Purpose. To promulgate and solicit nominees for Navy Supply Corps Foundation – Philadelphia Chapter, Captain John D. Titus Award.

2. Background. CAPT Titus enlisted in the Navy in 1982 via the Broadened Opportunity for Officer Selection and Training (BOOST) program, commissioned through the U.S. Naval Academy in 1987, and retired in October 2012 after 26 years of distinguished service. Throughout his career, CAPT Titus served in a variety of key leadership positions afloat and ashore and was proud to call Philadelphia home on more than one occasion. An iconic leader of the military community, CAPT Titus’ service to country and commitment to civic growth and development did not stop at the end of his military service but increased under his leadership in his civilian career. The CAPT John D. Titus Award, established in 2020, honors the change agents that bridge the distinct missions of military/civilian agencies with a single goal of community civil relations.

3. Eligibility. The recipient of the Captain John D. Titus Award will have an exemplary Navy uniformed service record. They would have gone the extra mile to foster military and community relations throughout the Greater Philadelphia Area. Nominees will be selected based on their leadership/ management achievements, community outreach and impact, diversity inclusion, and civilian-military involvement. Individuals previously nominated but not selected may be re-nominated.

4. Method of Nomination and Submission. Nominations must be fully substantiated and reflect a careful and conscientious evaluation of the nominee’s accomplishment from 1 December 2019 through 30 November 2020. Each nomination package shall include:
           a. A one (1) page cover page with nominee’s full name, rank/rate,
               current duty station and address, work phone number, email address, home of record, and length of service.
           b. A one (1) page nomination achievement/justification section in
               paragraph or bulletized format. It should explain in a manner easily understood by the general public and should avoid acronyms,                 generalities, or excessive use of superlatives. The following criteria shall be addressed:
                           i. Leadership/Management
                          ii. Community Impact
                         iii. Outreach
                         iv. Diversity Inclusion
                          v. Civil/Military Involvement
           c. The requested method of submission is via email to
               scfphillywebcomms@gmail.com in Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat format. Submissions must be no longer than the stated 2 two pages and must be received no later than 1 March 2021.
5. Selection and Award. Awardees will be notified by 15 April 2021, and formally recognized at the 2021 Philadelphia Navy Supply Corps Foundation Ball in 2021. If Awardee does not plan to attend, NSCF-Philadelphia Chapter will accept the honor on their behalf.
 
Philadelphia 11/04/2020
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03/01/2021
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Navy League of the United States (NLUS) Sea Service Award calendar year 2020 nominations are now being received, due NLT 15 March 2021 (revised date). 


Included in these awards is the Vice Admiral Robert F. Batchelder Award, recognizing as many as five officers in the Navy Supply Corps levels O-1 through O-4 who have made the most significant personal contributions to the supply readiness of the operating forces.


The announcing ALNAV for ALL sea service awards is attached.  Additionally, the Navy League of the United States (NLUS) information, nomination and submission link is provided.


FROM THE ALNAV - Nomination and Submission info:


4.  Nominations:
    a.  Nomination criteria.  Nominations must be fully substantiated and reflect a careful and conscientious evaluation of the nominee for accomplishment 1 December 2019 through 30 November 2020.  Each nomination package shall include:
        (1) A cover page
with nominee's full name, rank/rate, current duty station and address, length of service (for military nominees), name of award being nominated for, point of contact name, rank/rate, address, commercial phone number (this cannot be a DSN number), fax number, e-mail address, and signature of commanding officer.
        (2) A nomination
achievement/justification section in paragraph or bulletized format.  It should explain in a manner easily understood by the general public and should avoid acronyms, generalities, or excessive use of superlatives.
        (3) A proposed
citation in standard paragraph form.
        (4) The total
submission packet, excluding the proposed citation, must not exceed four pages.
        (5) A template for
the required format is available on the Navy League website at www.navyleague.org/programs/awards/sea-services <http://www.navyleague.org/programs/awards/sea-services>
awards.
    b.  Submission.
The requested method of submission is via website to www.navyleague.org/programs/awards/sea-services <http://www.navyleague.org/programs/awards/sea-services> awards with all attachments in Microsoft Word format or Adobe Acrobat.  Nominations must be received no later than 16 February 2021.

5.  Additional information
regarding the awards and nomination process may be found on the Navy League website, www.navyleague.org <http://www.navyleague.org>, under

programs/awards/sea-service awards.


From: NLUS Awards <Awards@navyleague.org>


Please see the link below for the template and submission process.  We have extended the deadline to March 15th. 


https://www.navyleague.org/programs/awards/sea-services/?_ga=2.101802305.1121211407.1611760229-1384915931.1608058255
 
Foundation 02/08/2021
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RADM Philip Arthur Whitacre, SC, USN (Ret.) passed away on April 14, 2020

He will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on March 10th, 2021 @ 1500.

Details on the ceremony are as follows:. 

An interment service for the late RADM (Ret) Philip A. "Phil" Whitacre, SC, USNR, will be held at Arlington National Cemetery at 1500 on March 10, 2021.  Attendees can proceed to the security guards and notify them you are here for the RADM Whitacre service.  Plan on arriving by 1430. There will be a dedicated car lane marked for the ceremony attendees. Due to the pandemic there will be no gathering inside the Administration Building. Attendees are requested to wait in their cars but may use the restrooms.

View the obituary here.
Foundation 02/11/2021
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03/10/2021
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WEBINAR~ "Five Tips for Ensuring Success at a Virtual Career Fair" ~ Several dates available...

During this LIVE informational webinar, we will be discussing how to showcase skills and best practices for Virtual Career Fairs! This event is designed to ensure transitioning service members, veterans and military spouses are prepared to maximize their experience and success at an upcoming RecruitMilitary Virtual Career Fair.

Register HERE!

This webinar is offered several times. Select the date and time that works best for you.

Foundation 03/01/2021
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03/29/2021
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Combating Ageism: Job Search Tips for Transitioning Servicemembers, Veterans, and Military Spouses

On the 50th anniversary of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the nation’s workforce watchdog, concluded that “age discrimination remains a significant and costly problem for workers, their families and our economy.” In a separate 2018 AARP workplace survey, nearly 2 out of 3 workers ages 45 and older have seen or experienced age discrimination on the job.

REGISTER HERE

Given the average age of a veteran is 58 years old, with the largest group of veterans between the ages of 45 and 64 still in their prime working years, you may unfortunately experience prejudice and discrimination when you are applying for jobs or seeking career advancement opportunities. In this virtual webinar, we discuss steps you can take to help reduce potential age bias from employers. Topics include:

  • Why age bias exists.
  • Résumé tips for more mature veteran candidates.
  • How to avoid potential age bias in your interview.
  • And much more!

Join MOAA and our special guest speaker, Kenneth L. Johnson, founder and president of East Coast Executives, the world’s premier diversity recruitment firm, as he arms you with tips and strategies to avoid ageism in your post-military career.   

Registrants will receive a link to the webinar recording, which will also be made available online to MOAA Life and Premium members.

Foundation 03/02/2021
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This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair provides military-experienced job seekers the opportunity to interview with employers nationwide via text and video chats. The event is open and free to all job seekers, including civilians.

Job seekers are required to register both on Corporate Gray Online and on eCareerFairs, the platform being used to host the virtual event. Registered candidates will receive training on eCareerFairs, the Virtual Job Fair Training Guide, and the Job Fair Employer Directory prior to the event.

Register Here!
Foundation 03/26/2021
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This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair provides military-experienced job seekers the opportunity to interview with employers nationwide via text and video chats. The event is open and free to all job seekers, including civilians.

Job seekers are required to register both on Corporate Gray Online and on eCareerFairs, the platform being used to host the virtual event. Registered candidates will receive training on eCareerFairs, the Virtual Job Fair Training Guide, and the Job Fair Employer Directory prior to the event.

Register Here!
Foundation 04/23/2021
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Please join the Supply Corps Officers of the Greater Philadelphia Area to commemorate the Two hundred and twenty-sixth anniversary of the founding of the Navy Supply Corps with a Formal Ball at the Union League of Philadelphia beginning at half past Five o'clock on Saturday the fifteenth of May 2021. 

For more information contact:
LCDR Dustin Martindale at 215-697-4217 drmartindale1982@gmail.com
LCDR Max Kojm at 215-697-5762 maxkojm@gmail.com
Philadelphia 05/15/2021
 
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This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair provides military-experienced job seekers the opportunity to interview with employers nationwide via text and video chats. The event is open and free to all job seekers, including civilians.

Job seekers are required to register both on Corporate Gray Online and on eCareerFairs, the platform being used to host the virtual event. Registered candidates will receive training on eCareerFairs, the Virtual Job Fair Training Guide, and the Job Fair Employer Directory prior to the event.

Register Here!
Foundation 05/21/2021
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This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair provides military-experienced job seekers the opportunity to interview with employers nationwide via text and video chats. The event is open and free to all job seekers, including civilians.

Job seekers are required to register both on Corporate Gray Online and on eCareerFairs, the platform being used to host the virtual event. Registered candidates will receive training on eCareerFairs, the Virtual Job Fair Training Guide, and the Job Fair Employer Directory prior to the event.

Register Here!
Foundation 06/25/2021
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This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair allows transitioning and former military personnel and civilians the opportunity to meet one-on-one with employers seeking candidates with military experience. Event is free to all job seekers.

Pre-registration is highly recommended, as registered candidates will receive the Job Fair Employer Directory a week before the event, and uploaded resumes are available for companies to review prior to the Job Fair. Registration on both Corporate Gray Online and on the virtual event platform is required.

REGISTER HERE!
Foundation 09/23/2021
Events
This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair provides military-experienced job seekers the opportunity to interview with employers nationwide via text and video chats. The event is open and free to all job seekers, including civilians.

Job seekers are required to register both on Corporate Gray Online and on eCareerFairs, the platform being used to host the virtual event. Registered candidates will receive training on eCareerFairs, the Virtual Job Fair Training Guide, and the Job Fair Employer Directory prior to the event.

Register Here!
Foundation 09/24/2021
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This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair provides military-experienced job seekers the opportunity to interview with employers nationwide via text and video chats. The event is open and free to all job seekers, including civilians.

Job seekers are required to register both on Corporate Gray Online and on eCareerFairs, the platform being used to host the virtual event. Registered candidates will receive training on eCareerFairs, the Virtual Job Fair Training Guide, and the Job Fair Employer Directory prior to the event.

Register Here!
Foundation 10/22/2021
Events
This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair allows transitioning and former military personnel and civilians the opportunity to meet one-on-one with employers seeking candidates with military experience. Event is free to all job seekers.

Pre-registration is highly recommended, as registered candidates will receive the Job Fair Employer Directory a week before the event, and uploaded resumes are available for companies to review prior to the Job Fair. Registration on both Corporate Gray Online and on the virtual event platform is required.

REGISTER HERE!
Foundation 10/22/2021
Events
This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair provides military-experienced job seekers the opportunity to interview with employers nationwide via text and video chats. The event is open and free to all job seekers, including civilians.

Job seekers are required to register both on Corporate Gray Online and on eCareerFairs, the platform being used to host the virtual event. Registered candidates will receive training on eCareerFairs, the Virtual Job Fair Training Guide, and the Job Fair Employer Directory prior to the event.

Register Here!
Foundation 11/19/2021
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This Corporate Gray Virtual Military-Friendly Job Fair allows transitioning and former military personnel and civilians the opportunity to meet one-on-one with employers seeking candidates with military experience. Event is free to all job seekers.

Pre-registration is highly recommended, as registered candidates will receive the Job Fair Employer Directory a week before the event, and uploaded resumes are available for companies to review prior to the Job Fair. Registration on both Corporate Gray Online and on the virtual event platform is required.

REGISTER HERE!
Foundation 11/19/2021