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30 June 2010.  Introduction  Why Partnership  Wounded Warrior Qualifications  Hiring Process  Internship/Mentorship  Work In Shop  Transition to.

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1 30 June 2010

2  Introduction  Why Partnership  Wounded Warrior Qualifications  Hiring Process  Internship/Mentorship  Work In Shop  Transition to Government  Medical Issues  Success Stories  Operation Promise  Questions

3  Chance to give back to service members  Allow Wounded Warriors opportunities to develop valuable skill sets  Help to build their résumé  Assist in their transition into civilian life

4  Win-win situation  Fill your employment requirements. ◦ New young personnel looking for a new career  Easy to hire  Opportunity for transition to government service

5  Limited Training beyond rifleman  Someone who will put in solid 8 hours  Eagerness to learn  Proven dedication  Most are high school graduates  2-4 years in the service  Some prior experience ◦ Jason (auto mechanic) ◦ Brett (high school science project on robots)

6  Coordinate directly WW battalions and transition coordinators at military hospital  Interview and résumé from personnel  Develop plan for transition  Coordinate with customer to find best possible fit  Many have very short notice for discharge  Contractor can hire on very short notice

7  Opportunities for active duty personnel to learn new skills while in recovery  Give them something to do beyond PT.  Offer guidance along the way  Set up a three tiered program. ◦ Phase I – Non-paid intern positions open to all WW’s ◦ Phase II – Transition to the work place / college ◦ Phase III – Continuing support

8  Opportunities to move personnel between shops to find the best fit for each person  May take several changes ◦ Alex (Dive locker to electronics)  No union issues to move people

9  Test drive while in shop to make sure fits the qualifications  Meet veterans preference  Has experience in shop to meet entry qualifications

10  Allow time for medical appointments  Adequate work setting according to personal injuries  Meet physical challenges  TBI issues  Put in structured environment  Specific goals and tasks outlined

11  Jason Carter Mechanic, overhauling small diesel engines.  Rich Gilbert Training department, revising desk guides and standard procedures. Running cableway inspection course. Attending college  Mike Johnson Mechanic, Engineering/QA part time to support going to college in Engineering Program.  Tre Felts Mechanic, logistics support in the engines production family.  Ufrano Rios Mechanic, working in flex hose shop.  Mike Pacheco Mechanic, working in flex hose shop.  Meliek Bussey Tech, working in the optical and night vision shop.

12  Alex Guzman Started in Dive Locker and ROV support moved to the Test Equipment section as the induction coordinator. Moved on to college.  Sean Carlin Maintenance Coordinator I, Completed qualification and hired by government as Ship Superintendant.  Brett Sobaski Mechanic, transitioned to Northrup Grumman to work on UAV program.  Joshua Peterson Mechanic, overhauling small diesel engines. Left to go home to Michigan.

13 Mission Statement: To provide support and supplemental care to the caretakers and families of wounded warriors, recovering in the area, through partnerships with local companies, agencies and non-profits.

14  Up and coming non-profit sponsored by ESSential Foundation.  Focused on supporting and meeting the needs of caregivers of Wounded Warriors recovering in the area  Challenging the community of San Diego to provide their support

15  Primary areas of focus: ◦ Childcare – providing affordable, reliable, and convenient childcare ◦ Employment/Internships– Job database, fill gap in résumé, help financially ◦ Education – Discounted tuition rates, help applying, etc. ◦ Recreation/Relaxation – Spa days, massages, acupuncture, tickets to events, etc. ◦ Continued Support – Mentoring, social network, redirecting to other services

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17  Jim Blasko - Senior Vice President & General Manager FES Sector ◦ ◦ Cell (619) ◦ Office (619) ext 201  Kristin Placey- Operation Promise Project Coordinator ◦ ◦ Cell (207) ◦ Office (619) ext 134

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