Our meeting on September 17 proved to be a very productive step toward strengthening and the University's General Education program. In addition to getting a better understanding of why the program needs strengthening, we were successful in organizing three important subcommittees to get the work going.
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- Name Description Type Action; MAC Stakeholder Meeting Minutes-2-27-18: MHSA Advisory Committee Stakeholder Meeting Minutes 2-27-18: File: Download: MAC Stakeholder Meeting Minutes 4-24-18.
- The MAC is an advisory committee made up of citizens and advocacy agencies representing seniors and various disabilities in the MARTA service area. The committee meets to discuss and recommend solutions to transportation-related issues for both seniors and persons with disabilities.
Suzanne Johnson will head the subcommittee responsible for handling student and faculty surveys, while Jane Doe will head the subcommittee that will draft the initial proposal for the Academic Vice President's office. In addition, John Doe will head a subcommittee that will evaluate the effectiveness of alternate tracks. We will meet again on October 18 for these committees to present their initial reports. Let me say that I sincerely appreciate the good will and willingness to serve that I sense from each of you. Sample Letter #2. At Tuesday's meeting, the planning committee discussed this year's company picnic, and decided to accept John's suggestion to hold it in the Doe Woods.
I personally think it is a wonderful place, especially for families. We appreciate so many of you accepting assignments to help out. Jane will determine whether the area is available on August 21, and she will handle the publicity. Robert will organize a committee to handle our entertainment needs, with the goal of providing fun activities for all ages. Beth will look into our catering options. We will meet next Tuesday, May 17, at 10:00 a.m. In the conference room to hear your reports and make our final plans.
Sample Letter #3. Home owners in the Cove met on Wednesday evening to discuss the City's proposal to reroute all traffic currently on Main Street through our residential neighborhood. As you know such a change would have a devastating effect on the tranquility that we now enjoy; it would create safety hazards for our children, and would severely impact our property values. We all agreed we must take steps to prevent this unwise proposal from being accepted. We are grateful to John Doe who has volunteered to draft a petition to forcefully express our concerns to the City Council. We hope that each of you will add your signature to the final draft.
John and Jane have agreed to present our position to the City Council at their 7:00 p.m. Meeting on November 17. Please plan to attend that meeting to make your desires known. I hope we can fill the room. This may be our only chance to stop this folly before we regret it. Sample Letter #4.
According to the minutes of the homeowners' meeting, the following individuals have committed to monitor the following duties for this year: Eric - lawn and grounds maintenance John - road repairs Jane - RV storage and parking Ashley - homeowners' dues and fees Steve - condominium exterior repairs Each person is responsible for these duties for this year. At next year's duty assignment meeting the chores will grace yet another lucky recipient. Keep on it vigilant homeowners and thanks for your efforts! Sample Letter #5.
Resources for Awards and Recognition Awards Overview Packet The purpose of the U.S. Public Health Service Environmental Health Officer Awards Overview packet is to provide our Officers with a beneficial “go-to” document for awards information. The EHOPAC Awards and Recognition Subcommittee takes great pride in recognizing those Officers who excel in various aspects of their work-life.
This packet was designed to assist Officers by explaining the importance of awards and offering tips, suggestions, formatting, examples of previously well-written awards, as well as additional resources. NEW (PDF: 2 MB) Resources for Career Development EHO Promotion Benchmarks NEW (PDF: 298 KB) NEW (PDF: 123 KB) (PDF: 298 KB) (PDF: 322 KB) (PDF: 108 KB) (PDF: 91 KB) (PDF: 266 KB) Current CV, CV Cover Sheet, and Continuing Education Summary Templates Updated July, 2018 (Microsoft Word: 49KB, 6 pages) Updated May, 2018 (Microsoft Word: 32 KB, 3 pages) Updated July, 2018 (Microsoft Word: 14 KB, 1 pages) Updated June, 2018 (PDF: 71 KB, 1 pages) Officer Statement/Reviewing Official Statement Please visit the for the latest versions of these forms. NEW Updated July, 2018 (Microsoft Word: 37 KB, 1 page) NEW Updated July, 2018 (Microsoft Word: 38 KB, 1 page) Career Progression Milestones Updated March, 2018 (PDF 108KB, 1 page) - This document provides EHOs a snapshot of milestones an officer should strive to achieve throughout a career. Aide-de-Camp – This document provides EHOs with information about this exciting opportunity. (Published in the EHO Summer 2016 Newsletter - article is on page 11) Resources for Communications Guidance for posting to the EHOPAC Listserv This is the final guidance for posting to the EHOPAC Listserv. This guidance defines what information is appropriate for dissemination via the EHOPAC Listserv in an effort to provide consistent and reliable communication. The guidance also contains what uses are not appropriate.
The implementation date for this document is. (PDF: 66 KB, 3 pages) Resources for History Visit our page for a timeline of the history of the Environmental Health Officer category. Resources for Leadership Please visit our Site for Leadership specific books, articles, and media. Resources for Marketing and Recruitment EHOPAC Recruit an EHO (RAE) Program The new RAE program includes the Adopt-a-School program and also the Event Recruitment program.
The purpose of this program is to support the recruitment of qualified candidates for appointment as Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) into the USPHS Commissioned Corps. The Adopt-a-School program enables officers to recruit students enrolled in colleges and universities with accredited academic programs that qualify individuals for appointment into the EHO category. The Event Recruitment program enables officers to recruit professionals and students involved or attending environmental and occupational health and related organizations and associations who qualify for the EHO category. Please see the following documents for more information on RAE: - PDF File - (PDF: 157K, 7 pages) Update from June, 2016 - Word File - Updated November, 2017 - (PDF: 122KB, 2 pages) Please contact CDR Greg Calvert at for questions on the Event Recruitment program. Please contact LCDR Don Hoeschele at for questions on the Adopt-a-School program. Recruitment Brochures and Handouts Resources for Boarded and Active Duty Officers - Updated August, 2016 - (PDF: 372 KB, 2 pages) - (PDF: 1.02 MB - 49 pages) - Updated August, 2016 - (PDF: 104 KB - 2 pages) Resources for Recruiting (PDF: 265 KB, 2 pages) (PDF: 505 KB) - Updated August, 2016 - (PPT: 4.4 MB - 22 slides) Cruise Ship Inspectors Work Hard So You Can Play Hard Imagine a job where you get to travel to beautiful locations and spend time on cruise ships. Sounds amazing, doesn't it?
But what if your job were to climb up and down ladders and into tiny spaces all over the ship, checking food, water, and sanitation facilities? That doesn't sound quite as glamorous. Read about to learn more (PDF: 110 Kb, 3 pages). The JrCOSTEP Program Each year, the Environmental Health Officer (EHO) Category hires approximately 25-35 students for summer Junior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (JRCOSTEP) positions. Most positions are with the Indian Health Service (IHS) in many different areas of the United States, including Alaska.
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Other agencies that typically hire one or two JRCOSTEPs per summer are: ATSDR, CDC, Coast Guard, and the National Park Service. The EHO category typically has 70-100 applicants for these positions; therefore, all positions are competitive.
Most are undergraduate level, but there are several graduate students placed each year. Resources for Students Interested in the JrCOSTEP Program - An application timeline for prospective USPHS JRCOSTEP applicants. Updated September, 2016 - (PDF: 112 KB, 1page) for the Environmental Health Officer (EHO) Junior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (JRCOSTEP) - Updated September, 2016 - (PDF, 71 KB, 2 pages) 2017 JRCOSTEP Student Narratives During the summer of 2017, 19 students from multiple colleges and universities participated in the Junior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (JRCOSTEP). Of this group, 16 were assigned to the Indian Health Service (IHS), 1 to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and 2 to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (CDC/NIOSH).
Narratives from the students assigned to the IHS can be found here:. Narratives from students assigned to other Agencies: - University of Texas, Houston (PDF: 358 KB, 2 pages) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health - Anchorage, Alaska - California State University, Northridge (PDF: 147 KB, 2 pages) U.S. Food and Drug Administration - Silver Spring, Maryland If you are interested in the JRCOSTEP program please visit the Student Opportunities section of the United States Public Health Service website.