The Mentoring Program is a tool for federal NIH employees to develop their knowledge, skills, and abilities. This program cycles semiannually at NIH beginning orientation and program events in either a spring (April) or fall (October) cohort.See More
Federal HR professionals associated with the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR). You do not need to be a dues paying member to join. You only need to have an interest in networking with others.See More
The FAC Academy provides solutions to the training needs of both Federal and Commercial Program and Acquisition Managers. Our innovative programs lead to certifications in: * FAC-P/PM * FAC-COR/COTR * PMP * FAC-C and COTR CLPsSee More
Federally Employed Women (FEW), founded in 1968, is a private, non-profit membership organization with over 100 Chapters across the USA working exclusively to end sex discrimination and towards the advancement of women in federal service.
To facilitate dialog between Instructional Systems Designers & Developers, Human Performance Engineers & Technologists, and all ilk of persons engaged in providing human-centered performance improvement interventions to the Federal workforce!
- B.A. from State University of New York at Binghamton
- M.Ed. from University of Massachusetts, College of Education
- Master's certificate in IT Project Management, George Washington University
- PMP, FAC-P/PM, Level 2, and FAC-COTR certified
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Acquisition, Budget, Career, Communications, Fun Stuff, Gov 2.0, HR/ Training, IT (Cloud Open Source), Pay/Benefits, Performance Mgmt, Program Mgmt, Telework
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Even if not for yourself, you might have people in your agency interested in obtaining their CLP credits at a really affordable workshop. If they are a current COTR (COR), they will need it under the new OFPP FAI FAC-COR criteria.
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Hi Kimberly and welcome to the GO group. Hope you'll find the info on GO helpful as you settle in. Please have a look around -- the group is just a few weeks old but already plenty of places to get involved when you're ready. And just let me know if I can help. Best, Josh