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More than 90 STEM interns flocked to Naval Postgraduate School to aid defense research. NPS' STEM internship program partners with the Office of Naval Research in supporting the Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) and the Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP) to bring high school and college students onto campus in the summer. In addition, the university hosts Midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy as well as cadets from the U.S. Military and Air Force academies, and maintains active relationships with California State University Monterey Bay and regional high schools. NPS also has a long-standing partnership with nearby Hartnell Community College providing opportunities for students from the Salinas Valley. The interns are partnered with volunteer facult...
Recent graduates of the Fully Employed MBA Program reflect on their experience: -Joseph Franciskovich (07), Citibank, LA, Investments, Banking Associate (US Air Force Academy, 2002) -Mike Brophy (07), Deutsche Bank, NYC, Investment Banking Leveraged Finance (US Air Force Academy, 2002) -Tim Crawmer (07), Merrill Lynch, NYC, Structured Finance (US Naval Academy, 1999)
As the first U.S. Navy-trained social worker, Lieutenant Junior Grade Samantha Penney isn't just helping wounded warriors — she's blazing a trail for other Sailors. Interested in working in Navy Health Care? Check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/NavyHealthcare Learn more about becoming a Navy Social Worker on our career page: http://www.navy.com/careers/healthcare/clinical-care/social-work.html
The Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) launched its fourth 600t Hingol-class maritime patrol vessel, built with the technical collaboration of China Shipbuilding and Trading Company (CSTC). The future PMSS Zhob bears the pennant number 1073. The vessel is “a state of the art and multi-mission vessel with a steel hull and aluminum super structure,” reads a statement issued by the navy’s media wing, adding that “the length of the vessel is 68.5 meters, breadth is 8.7 meters and it can achieve a top speed of 27 knots”. “The ship is fully equipped to enforce maritime security and search and rescue missions in the maritime exclusive economic zone (EEZ) of Pakistan,” it said. The launch ceremony was held at Karachi Shipyard and Engineering Works (KSEW). Speaking on the occasion, Chief o...
Several Cadets from Mass.Maritime embark on a journey to Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, Africa. While in Africa these cadets spent one month teaching employees of the conservancy Microsoft Excel and other basic computer skills. These International Business students really enjoyed their time on the conservancy and formed new relationships with the locals. In return for the knowledge the workers gained they let the cadets go on amazing safari rides and bush walks. Lastly, on their journey home they had just enough time to enjoy Istanbul, Turkey.
I apologize for my difficulties enunciating; captions are available. For a transcript and more images, see http://david-hu.com/ka-internship-post-mortem.html For more details on the machine learning work, see http://david-hu.com/ka-ml.html Help us revolutionize education - http://khanacademy.org/jobs Sal Khan's TED talk - http://khanacademy.org/r/tedtalk Vi Hart's mathematical doodling - http://youtube.com/vihart
A compilation video of what the chaplain candidates did during the summer of 2012. We had three flights during the Chaplain Candidate Intensive Internship 2012, and I created this video for the Raptor Flight led by Chaplain Wade. During this summer, many of us went through Commissioned Office Training at Maxwell Air Force Base, followed by Chaplain Candidate Course in Fort Jackson, SC, and finally a 35 day internship at various locations.
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. America has an ENORMOUS problem that most of us don’t know we have. We’ve heard about this problem, but we don’t think it’s impacting “us” individually. We have a very simple, but not so easy way to fix this problem. But, if we all act collectively, we could literally change the course of America. Dr. Kirk Parsley served as the Undersea Medical Officer at Naval Special Warfare Group One (NSWG-1) from June 2009-Jan 2013. While there he developed and supervised the group’s first sports medicine rehabilitation center. He is a former SEAL (BUD/s class 164), and a graduate of the military’s medical school in Bethesda, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) in 2004. His internship was...