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HR Career Enhancement Program

   

The FWS Mentoring Program is a 12-month structured mentoring program that develops and builds future leaders, fosters engagement and provides career vision.  Mentors will be assigned to an FWS mentee to assist with career development through goal setting and professional development. 

Mentors should commit to meet one hour per month in individual and group sessions. These sessions can include:

 

•       Career goal identification development

•       Technical development and progression options

•       Educational opportunities

•       Job applications and interviews

•       Wage Grade Career Path Resource Site utilization https://www.afsc.af.mil/AFSC-Wage-Grade-Career-Path   

 

Mentors do not have to be a supervisor.  The program is tailored around career progression, so no FWS experience is necessary.  It is self-guided and resources are provided to assist mentors, but some research may be required depending on your experience.

 

Basic Eligibility:  

•       All GS, AcqDemo, Military and FWS can apply as Mentors

•       No FWS experience required

•       NH-04 approval required (for grades lower than NH-04)

 

For more information or to apply visit: https://usaf.dps.mil/teams/TMCA19297/WGCareerPath/SiteAssets/FWS%20Mentorship.aspx     

 

FYSA, the application window for FWS mentees will be open 1-12 Aug.

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MAKE PLANS TO JOIN: 

AFSC has scheduled a webinar for 4 Aug, at 1230 CST covering the topics of resume writing and interview preparation.  

The event will be conducted by Mr. John "Bill" Sirmon, 431 SCMS, Workforce Development Chief, Robins AFB.

DEIA

 

All Airmen and Guardians, military and civilian are invited!
Join us 3-4 August for the inaugural Department of the Air Force Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA) Conference, held virtually.
Or scan the QR code to the Air Force E-Invitation.
*Feel free to share with other groups, Airmen and Guardians, military and civilian*
The link to the conference will be emailed to you after you register.
The unifying theme of this year’s DEIA Conference is “One Team One Fight,” focused on gaining awareness, Insights, and strategic to influence organizational change and build an inclusive culture driving innovation and enhancing mission accomplishment.
Hosted by the Secretary of the Air Force Office of Diversity and Inclusion (SAF/DI)