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The symposium is a wonderful opportunity for any Sailor or officer, Hispanic or not, to gain more professional development and network with our Navy leadership. For those who plan to attend and to make the most of the symposium, it is recommended that attendees bring along their evaluations, fitness reports, and other performance records.

3/18/2015
When: 3/18/2015
7:30 AM
Where: Naval Air Station Pensacola Officer's Club
Old Hospital Road
Pensacola, Florida  32508
United States
Contact: LTJG Tomas Tapia


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The Association of Naval Services Officers (ANSO) is conducting their Central Region 2015 Leadership Symposium on Wednesday, 18 March 2015 at Naval Air Station Pensacola Officer's Club, Pensacola, Florida.  The theme for the symposium, “ANSO: “Taking Charge of Your Career and Your Future.”

 

ANSO focus on the mentorship and professional development of Hispanic service members in the Seafaring Services.  The 2015 Central Region Leadership Symposium will bring together officers, civilian executives, enlisted personnel, and other senior leaders in the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, and maritime industry to learn from, network with, and mentor one another, as well as conduct professional development training.

 

The symposium is a wonderful opportunity for any Sailor or officer, Hispanic or not, to gain more professional development and network with our Navy leadership.  For those who plan to attend and to make the most of the symposium, it is recommended that attendees bring along their evaluations, fitness reports, and other performance records. 

 

The cost of the symposium will be $50 for ANSO members (Remember to sign-in to your profile in order to get your member price) and $75 for non-members. The Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy will be sponsoring service members to attend by funding their registrations fee to the symposium.   Once members get authorized funding from the respective Diversity Office, they must register for the event through ANSO Website at ansomil.org.  As sponsoring information from each Service becomes available it will be posted on our website. 

 

ANSO was formally established in 1981 to address concerns by Hispanic officers that they were not fully represented in the officer corps, as well as the lack of Hispanic applicants for various officer programs.  ANSO continues to be largest and fastest growing organization to foster the advancement and recognition of Hispanic officers in the uniformed naval services. ANSO currently has active chapters across the United States including New York, Florida, Virginia, Washington, Washington D.C., Norfolk, Ohio, Texas, California, and Hawaii.

 

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