REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the 2013 Training Workshop, September 16th and 17th, 2013 at the Department of State Marshall Conference Center in Washington DC.
Attendees must register in advance in order to attend. Registration closes on September 6th, 2013; there will be no onsite registration. The workshop will begin promptly at 8:00 am on September 16th and continue through 12 noon on September 17th. Only confirmed registrants will be admitted.
This two-day event features workshops and presentations that focus on the programs, policies, practices, and processes that promote career-enhancing opportunities and the core subjects critical for becoming a member of the SES.
Invited speakers include the Honorable Kweisi Mfume, former Congressman and former President/CEO, NAACP and Clarence Johnson, Director for Civilian Equal Employment Opportunity, Department of Defense. Many other distinguished speakers - including current and retired members of the SES, Ivy League faculty, and corporate executives - are also scheduled to attend.
The AAFEA Training Workshop is intended for government employees and military personnel. The sessions are geared towards professionals with experience at the GS-13 and above level (or equivalent experience outside the federal government). AAFEA membership is not required to attend the workshop.
Join the more than 800 federal employees who have benefited from AAFEA's training workshops. CLICK HERE to register now.
If you have additional questions or need more information, please send us an email or contact us at 866-600-4894.
AAFEA Awards Scholarships To Outstanding Students
On April 30, 2013, William A. Brown, Sr., National AAFEA President, presented five Hampton University students with scholarships on behalf of AAFEA.
The $500 scholarships were awarded during the 2013 Hampton University Honors Program which featured keynote speaker Tony Brown, noted journalist and television commentator.
The five AAFEA Scholarship recipients are:
- Courtney Edwards (freshman, 4.09 GPA)
- Jonathan Leake (freshman, 4.01 GPA)
- Grant Gatewood (freshman, 4.00 GPA)
- Symone Gyles (sophomore, 4.06 GPA)
- Alexis Fennoy (junior, 4.01 GPA)
Congratulations to these outstanding students!