News Briefs: June 19, 2015

| June 18, 2015 | 1 Comment

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24 / Wednesday

ISO Closed — The Schofield Barracks Installation Security Office will be closed, today, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

30 / Tuesday

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599th CoR — The 599th Transportation Brigade will hold a change of responsibility ceremony, 10 a.m., aboard the Battleship Missouri Memorial at Ford Island. Command Sgt. Maj. William E. Funcheon III will accept responsibility from Command Sgt. Maj. Claudia P.Shakespeare.

July

7 / Tuesday

Transition Summit — Soldiers transitioning from military to civilian life in the next 12-18 months are invited to this summit, July 7-8. It will include a job fair (or hiring event), multiple roundtable discussions, employment workshops, a networking event and up to 100 national and local employers in attendance.

Spouses and veterans are welcome, too.

The secretaries of Labor and Veteran Affairs will attend. Locations include the Nehelani, Post Conference Room and Martinez Physical Fitness Center.

Register at www.uschamberfoundation.org/event/hawaii-transition-summits. FAQs and the agenda are also provided there.

Job seekers who upload their resumes can get them viewed by employers before the event.

21 / Tuesday

Forum — The 13th Annual Hawaii Small Business Forum brings together representatives from various government agencies to discuss contracting opportunities to small businesses looking to star or expand opportunities as a government contractor. Visit www.hidodsbforum.eventbrite.com.

23 / Thursday

599th CoC — Col. Shannon C. Cox will relinquish command of the 599th Transportation Brigade to Col. James M. Smith during a change of command ceremony at 10 a.m. aboard the Battleship Missouri Memorial at Ford Island.

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  1. Danelle says:

    I actually delight in reviewing your post News Briefs: June
    19, 2015 : Hawaii Army Weekly.

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