News Briefs

| May 22, 2018 | 1 Comment
News Briefs

News Briefs

April 2019

1 / Monday

Degree Program — In April, applicants can apply for the Academic Degree Training (ADT) Program. ADT is a college scholarship program for Army civilians.  CP29 uses the program and has been able to fund degrees or portions of degrees for a small number of Army civilians each year. The program is open to NAF and APF employees who meet qualification requirements such as status as a full-time employee and two or more years of service as an Army civilian. There are no grade restrictions. Degrees must be related to the employee’s job. Anticipated return on investment is a key factor in selection. Visit the CP29 email box at usarmy.jbsa.imcom-hq.mbx.mycareer29@mail.mil.  Include “ADT” or “Ms. Silvas” (our ADT program manager) in the subject line.

AER — “Life happens; emergencies happen,” said the Army Emergency Relief officer at an Army Community Service Hawaii event, recently. “Yet, there isn’t always money to cover the expenses.” To take the worries off your mind, AER is available during emergencies.
• Contact the Schofield Barracks AER at 655-4227.
• For more information on what expenses are covered by AER, visit www.hawaiiarmyweekly.com/2018/03/06/donations-to-aer-support-army-community/.

May 2019

27 / Monday

Lantern Floating Hawaii — The largest Memorial Day observance in the U.S., Shinnyo Lantern Floating Hawai‘i, will return to Honolulu’s Ala Moana Beach on Monday, May 27, 2019. The powerful ceremony is expected to draw more than 50,000 residents and visitors from across the globe to honor fallen service members and loved ones who have passed. For more details about this free event, visit www.lanternfloatinghawaii.com, e-mail info@naleialoha.org or call (808) 942-1848.

Ongoing

Scholarships — Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is among the few organizations in Hawaii offering aviation scholarships. According to the Scripps Howard News Service, Boeing Aircraft predicts the Asia/Pacific region will need in excess of 180,000 pilots during the next two decades.

For more information about these scholarship opportunities, visit PearlHarborAviationMuseum.org or call 808-445-9137.  Hawaii residents may begin the application process online. Deadline for all application materials is February 15, 2019.

Interested donors for the scholarship program should contact Museum Director of Education & Visitor Experience Shauna Tonkin at 808- 441-1005 or Shauna.Tonkin@PearlHarborAviationMuseum.org.

Recycling — The Army Recycle Center on Schofield Barracks is collecting recyclable items in just one bin – yes, in just one bin! Recycle all of your cardboard; newspapers; shredded, office and mixed papers; aluminum cans, plastic bottles, glass bottles and plastics. Call 656-5411 or 656-3085 for more details.

Suicide — No matter what you think, you are needed and wanted in this world! If you’ve been thinking about taking your life, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK or 800-273-8255. Someone does care!

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