Blacks in Government (BIG) and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) are seeking nominations through from Sailors for personal and professional achievements both on and off duty.They should listen to this some more. Bigots, simply well dressed, well paid, well educated bigots. Some people just can't see to leave the 1970s.
BIG is soliciting nominations for its Meritorious Service Award. The award honors an active duty or Reserve member who has significantly contributed to the global war on terrorism while showing leadership and initiative in support of the development, advancement and retention of African Americans in government service.
Nominations for this award should be submitted no later than June 29 by e-mail or regular mail to the Navy Equal Opportunity Office, MILL_Navy_EO_Advice@navy.mil or COMNAVPERSCOM, Navy EO Office, 5720 Integrity Drive, Building 457, Room 257, Millington, Tenn. 38055.
BIG award winners will be recognized at the Blacks in Government 29th Annual Training Conference in Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 13-17. Commands may provide funded orders (if available) to cover expenses incident to conference attendance, including transportation, per diem and registration fees.
SHPE has a number of awards available to Sailors who have made selfless and outstanding contributions in the fields of engineering and science as well as to the Hispanic community as a whole. During last year’s conference, Lt. Cmdr. Juan Orozco was honored with the “Hispanics in Technology – Government and Corporate Award.”
Nominations are due July 1 to SHPE National Office, 5400 East Olympic Boulevard, Suite 210, Los Angeles, Calif., 90022.
All SHPE award recipients will be recognized during the SHPE Conference in Philadelphia from Oct. 31 through Nov. 4. Commands may provide funded orders (if available) to cover expenses incident to conference attendance, including transportation, per diem and registration fees.
Detailed instructions on these and all diversity related awards are available at www.npc.navy.mil/CommandSupport/Diversity/.
For more news from Chief of Naval Personnel - Diversity Directorate, visit www.news.navy.mil/local/cnp-diversity/.
Thursday, June 21, 2007
The Diversity Bullies are marching around in their new clothes again. They just don't see it, do they?