DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY - 06/16

To: ALAUP

From: BC-SUP

Subj: DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY - 06/16

1. The Office of the Military Advisor to the Secretary at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) seeks a Management and Clerical Intern.

2. The incumbent of this position assists professional and technical staff in a developmental capacity. The incumbent may, as appropriate, accompany the Military Advisor to meetings, events and activities within the National Capital Region. The incumbent will be exposed to the headquarters duties of the Office of the Military Advisor, and the Department of Defense partners the office interfaces with, which may include interaction with senior civilian and military leaders.

3. This position is located in the Office of the Military Advisor to the Secretary, Immediate Office of the Secretary, Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The incumbent assists members of the office in a routine and recurring capacity and otherwise accomplishes a variety of non-critical assignments.

4. Successful applicants will meet all AUP internship requirements.  To view AUP internship requirements visit http://www.cgauxedu.us/internships/.

5. To apply for this internship, submit the application at the above link.  Under “Personal Statement,”  specify this internship in addition to your goals and qualifications for this internship.

6. Contact Ms. Kathleen Jennings (Kathleen.Jennings@cgauxnet.us) with questions regarding this internship.

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INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES - 05/16

To: ALAUP
From: BC-SUP
Subj: INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES - 05/16

1. AUP students interested in interning throughout the summer should begin considering what type of internship experience they are looking to have, what their availability will be, and where they can be geographically.

2. To review qualifications for obtaining an internship, consult http://www.cgauxedu.us/internships/. Internships may be eligible for academic credit depending on your school’s specific requirements.

3. When ready, apply no later than 5 April via the application link at the above address. Bear in mind, the sooner applications are submitted, the sooner AUP staff can work to place you as billets are filled on a rolling basis. For questions regarding internships, contact Dr. Davida Kellogg at Davida.Kellogg@cgauxnet.us.

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AUP CALL FOR GRADUATION APPLICATIONS - 04/16

To: ALAUP
From: BC-SUP
Subj: AUP CALL FOR GRADUATION APPLICATIONS - 04/16
1. As the semester’s end draws nigh, it is important to remember to apply for graduation from AUP, if you have completed the Program of Study.
2. The program of study is listed on the AUP website (http://www.cgauxedu.us/program-of-study/).
3. Please apply online by 1 April via the AUP Graduation Application Form (http://www.cgauxedu.us/pqs-graduate/).
4. Contact Mr. Jonathan Roth with questions (jonathan.roth@cgauxnet.us).
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LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT GUIDE (LMG) - 03/16

To: ALAUP

From: DIR-S

Subj: LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT GUIDE (LMG) - 03/16

1. The AUP Leadership and Management Guide (LMG) is provided to integrate policy from the Auxiliary Manual and the Auxiliary Operations Manual for personnel participating in or otherwise interacting with the program for AUP operations and administration.

2. Download the Leadership and Management Guide here.

3. This Leadership and Management Guide (LMG) replaces the old Leadership and Management Interim Guidance (LMIG) from September 2013.  It is provided to integrate policy from the Auxiliary Manual and the Auxiliary Operations Manual for personnel participating in or otherwise interacting with the program for AUP operations and administration.  District Commodores and Directors of Auxiliary have already been told by CG-BSX at NTRAIN to treat this document as if promulgated.

4. Unit Officers and Unit Leaders will ensure that their AUP unit complies with all provisions, effective immediately.  In accordance with their role as local program managers for AUP, Unit Officers will share this information with their sponsoring FC or DCDR, who we expect will also receive this information from their elected COL now that it has been distributed.

5. The LMG, Chapter 1, Section B specifies that all AUP units must be either a flotilla or flotilla detachment as defined by the Auxiliary Manual, Chapter 4. Because this is a new requirement, AUP units that existed prior to 1 February 2016 will have until 1 January 2017 to obtain recognition from their district and then organize as a detachment or separate flotilla in accordance with the AUXMAN.

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AUP SPRING CLASS REGISTRATION - 02/16

To: ALAUP

 

From: BC-SUA

Subj: AUP SPRING CLASS REGISTRATION - 02/16

1. AUP Spring Class registration is now open.

2. Register via the AUP website at http://www.cgauxedu.us/registration/.

3. Register for individual classes covering topics that interest you. Subject-matter experts will lead class sessions and try to keep things discussion-oriented. Most classes will be offered more than once on various dates.

4. AUP is currently offering USCG Officer Selection and Training, Public Affairs Tools, Civil Rights, USCG/Aux-Air Operations (AUP 260), Introduction to Auxiliary Public Affairs (AUX-20), and Maritime Transportation Security Act. Register for what you need without having to make a semester-long commitment.

5. More classes and topics will be added throughout the year.

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COAST GUARD OFFICER PROGRAMS INFORMATION - 01/16

To: ALAUP

From: BC-SUP

Subj: COAST GUARD OFFICER PROGRAMS INFORMATION - 01/16

1. Coast Guard Recruiting Command has access to all AUP data, and is able to see who is interested in applying for active duty.  Students interested in CGRC are able to indicate their interest in their student profile.

2. Students interested in CGRC should (1) update their student profile on D4H (aup.d4h.org) indicating such, and (2) let AUP staff know affirmatively that they are applying.

3. Students needing assistance updating their profile should submit a Help Desk Ticket here: http://help.cgaux.org/index.php?/Tickets/Submit.

3. AUP staff will flag students indicating an interest in CGRC and an active application status, thereby increasing their visibility in the application pool.

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NEW DIVISION CHEIF FOR AUXILIARY UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS (AUP) - 16/15

To: ALAUP
From: Dir-S
Subj: NEW DIVISION CHEIF FOR AUXILIARY UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS (AUP) - 16/15

Shipmates,

Please join me in welcoming Tom Brady as our new Division Chief for Auxiliary University Programs (AUP). Mr. Brady assumes the responsibility for overall management of AUP on 1 January. He will work with our branch chiefs and their staffs, student division leader, and unit officers nationwide to continue growing and improving AUP for our students, the Coast Guard, and Coast Guard Auxiliary.

His previous assignments include service as a branch chief within the Auxiliary’s FORCECOM organization, on the First District’s Public Education staff, and as Vice Commander of Flotilla Mamaroneck, NY. His academic experience is as an administrator at State University of New York Empire State College, and as Director of the Center for Academic Excellence at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY. He is a graduate of Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY with a Masters of Science degree in Education.

I extend my warm welcome to Mr. Brady, my thanks for your collective continued service in the Coast Guard Auxiliary, and a very happy New Year to all!

v/r,
Andrew Welch
Director, Strategic Planning

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VMI LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE - 15/15

To: ALAUP

From: BC-SUP

Subj: VMI LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE - 15/15

1. The Virginia Military Institute (VMI) has invited AUP students to participate in the VMI 2016 Leadership Conference, “Ethical Dilemmas in a Digital Age.”  The conference addresses ethical leader development and living honorable lifestyles in contemporary America.

2. The conference will take place 7 March to 8 March 2016 on VMI’s campus in Lexington, Virginia.

3. Interested students should refer to the program website at http://www.vmi.edu/Conferences/Leadership/2015/Program/ for more information and to register for the conference.

4. Students wishing to participate are reminded of the need to follow the conference’s uniform guidelines, practice the most polished customs and courtesies while participating, and to discuss their participation with their flotilla leadership prior to attending so that all are clear on expectations.  This is not an AUP-affiliated event, and orders are not available from AUP for this event.

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