2017 NNOA Professional Development and Training Symposium

NNOA: Developing Leaders Through Education, Experience and Personal Development

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Welcome to the 2017 NNOA Symposium Portal.  This year’s symposium theme is:
Developing Leaders Through Education, Experience and Personal Development.”

Location:  Admiral Kidd Catering & Conference Center, 33050 Acoustic Avenue, San Diego, CA 92136 aboard Naval Base Point Loma  Annex, Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA.  NB Point Loma Map

  • July 25, 2017 – Travel Day, Attendees Arrival & Registration
  • July 26, 2017 – Day 1
  • July 27, 2017 – Day 2

The 2-Day symposium will feature senior military leaders from our Sea Services, who will network, speak and offer one-on-one mentoring to junior military officers.  

Networking sessions are planned to provide additional support and allow junior officers to learn more about their career path and challenges of navigating through the military.

The Symposium ends with an Awards Banquet where we honor the exemplary efforts and careers of those who serve throughout NNOA.

While the Symposium commences, NNOA will hold a STEM program focused on education and advancement in STEM careers.  This program is by invitation only for select Junior and Senior High School students.

 

 

45TH Annual Symposium Schedule

Click to Download Detailed Schedule NOTE: The schedule will be updated as Guest Speakers are confirmed.

JULY 25

  • TRAVEL DAY, ATTENDEES ARRIVAL, REGISTRATION
    • 1300 – 1600 ON-SITE REGISTRATION

JULY 26

  • DAY 1 – 0730 – 1730
    • 0730 – ON-SITE REGISTRATION
    • 0800 –  OPENING SESSION
    • 0900 – 1400 – YOUTH STEM DAY EVENT – SSC Pacific TRANSDEC, San Diego, CA
    • 0900 – 1150 – SERVICE SPECIFIC SESSIONS
      • 0900 – 0950
        • USCG – HUMAN CAPITAL STRATEGY
        • USMC – FUTURE USMC CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS
        • USN – SAILOR 2025 & FUTURE NAVY INITIATIVES
      • 1000 – 1050
        • USCG – EXCELLING IN ANY CG ENVIRONMENT
        • USMC – USMC OPERATIONS & INTEL UPDATE
        • USN – ETHICAL LEADERSHIP
      • 1100 – 1150
        • USCG – LEAD WHERE YOU ARE
        • USMC – FUTURE FORCE 2025 & FUTURE MARINE
        • USN – LEADERSHIP & LEARNING
    • 1200 – JOINT SERVICE AWARDS LUNCHEON/GUEST SPEAKER
    • 1400 – JOINT SESSION – LEADERSHIP & SPEED MENTORING
    • 1800 – SENIOR AND JUNIOR OFFICER NETWORKING EVENT

JULY 27

  • DAY 2 – 0645 – 2200
    • 0645 – INDIVIDUAL OFFICER CAREER COUNSELING
    • 0730 – ON-SITE REGISTRATION
    • 0800 – JOINT SERVICE AWARDS BREAKFAST/GUEST SPEAKER
    • 0945 – JOINT SESSION – RECRUITING & TALENT MANAGEMENT PANEL
    • 1040 – 1535 – SERVICE SPECIFIC SESSIONS
      • 1040 – 1150
        • USCG – OFFICER EVALUATION REPORTS
        • USMC – PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS & CAREER MANAGEMENT
        • USN -TBD
      • 1345 – 1435
        • USCG – “COMMANDANT’S CORNER” – ADM PAUL ZUKUNFT
        • USMC – ETHICAL LEADERSHIP
        • USN – FITNESS REPORTS/BOARD PREP PANEL
      • 1445 – 1535
        • USCG – BEING AN EFFECTIVE LEADER
        • USMC – LEADERSHIP IN TODAY’S OPERATIONAL & POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT
        • USN – CAREER DEVELOPMENT/RETENTION PANEL
    • 1200 – JOINT SERVICE AWARDS LUNCHEON/GUEST SPEAKER
    • 1600 – 2ND GENERAL SESSION
    • 1830 – AWARDS BANQUET; KEYNOTE SPEAKER: CHARLES BOLDEN, JR, 12TH ADMINISTRATOR OF NASA,
                   FORMER ASTRONAUT AND MAJ GEN USMC (RET)

 

 

 

Hotel Accommodations

PRIMARY

NB Point Loma Annex
32444 Echo Lane
San Diego, CA

NNOA Group #30460009005 (Symposium Attendees)

NNOA Group #30460009004 (Board/Volunteers)

Standard Suite – $88.00 per night

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Main: (619) 524-0557
Toll Free: 1-877-NAVY-BED (1-877-628-9233)

VIP Rooms (06 & above)
CONTACT: LCDR James Haskins, USN (Ret)
EMAIL:  Jamesh_haskins@yahoo.com
PHONE:  (510) 301-1166

TRANSPORTATION & MAPS

 

 

 

Travel Note

Delta Airlines is our designated Symposium airline of choice.

Apply the Meeting Code (NMQFV) to your ticket purchase and the negotiated discount will be applied.

When booking online, select Book Your Flight and this will bring you to the Book A Flight page. Enter the meeting code in the box provided.

Reservations and ticketing are available via www.delta.com/meeting or by calling Delta Meeting Network Reservations at 800-328-1111.

 ” Government employees including active duty personnel should NOT use this code.  Only those personnel using their own personal funds to buy their airline ticket without expectations of reimbursement from the government may use this code.”

 

Senior and Junior Officer Networking Event

WHO:  Cadets, Midshipmen and Junior Officers (01-03) and Senior Officers (06 and above)

WHEN:  Wednesday, 26 July at 1800

WHERE:  Determined by number of attendees.  Minimum of 60 participants needed.

ATTIRE:  Business Casual

In a relaxed environment, junior officers will have an opportunity to engage senior officers on their best practices and their views on where their service is heading, etc. Junior Officers can engage with some of the Sea Service’s most influential leaders. This event is designed for junior and senior officers to share with each other on a more personal level, but remain professional.

The senior officers will be at the event for the junior officer. If you have trouble finding the appropriate opportunity to speak with senior officers, you will appreciate this social. Senior officers at this event want to hear from you and offer their advice and opinions to your most pressing questions.

This is not a structured event, but we will take time at various points to award door prizes to the junior officers in attendance. You must be present to claim a door prize.

This is a 411 event not a 911 event. If your career is at an emergency point (911), you will gain more by having that discussion during a one-on-one career counseling session on Thursday morning. You can sign up for a session with a senior officer to discuss your specific issue by using the careering counseling tab on the registration page.

 

 

NNOA STEM Youth Event

This event requires prolonged periods of walking and standing.

STEM Program Application

The National Naval Officers Association (NNOA) is accepting applications for its Second Annual Youth Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) Day event on July 26, 2017. The event will offer unique opportunities to disadvantaged and underserved community students to explore prospective careers fields within the sea services.

The program will be held on board the USS Essex (LHD-2) from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM, 32nd Street Naval Station, San Diego, CA 92136. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with ship’s company during a guided tour, learn from sea service leadership, and talk with San Diego area professionals about career opportunities. This event is open to all San Diego area students in grades 8 through 12.
Students will be mentored by military officers and STEM professionals, experience STEM within the shipboard and sea service environment, and learn about military scholarships and training programs.
The Youth STEM DAY is happening in conjunction with the 2017 NNOA Professional Development Symposium at the Admiral Kidd Catering Conference Center, San Diego, CA July 26-27, 2017. Youth STEM DAY is free to all participants.
ABOUT NNOA
NNOA is an organization composed of active duty, reserve and retired officers, midshipmen and cadets, and interested civilians. The organization is sanctioned by the Secretaries of the Navy and Homeland Security.
The NNOA National Symposium, held annually, includes many hours of educational and professional development workshops, seminars, and exhibits designed to enhance the professional knowledge of attendees while increasing overall awareness of issues affecting the sea services.

Symposium Souvenir Book

Advertisement Rates

Submission and payment deadline – June 12, 2017

We are seeking your support to purchase and sell advertisements in our 2017 Souvenir Program Booklet. We offer a variety of support levels.  Please review the pricing below. Chapter ad submissions will be 50% off. The ads are based on an 8-1/2 x 11 inch sized page with a 1/2-inch margin bordering all sides. The inside front cover, center-fold, inside and outside back covers are reserved and cannot be requested via this form.

  • PATRON (2 Lines TNR 12) – $30.00
  • Business Card (2”H x 3.75”W) – $50.00
  • 1/4 PAGE (5”H x 3.75”W) – $75.00
  • 1/2 PAGE (5”H x 7.5W) – $150.00
  • FULL PAGE – $300.00

PURCHASE AD SPACE For check payments, make your check payable to NNOA. ALL AD PAYMENTS SHOULD BE MAILED TO: NNOA, INC. C/O Beulah Henderson, 1104 Kirkwood Drive, Franklin, TN 37067 by June 12, 2017

For questions or additional information, please email it@nnoa.org. We thank you for helping to make our symposium a true success!

Sponsors

We value the support we receive through company sponsors that partner with NNOA to develop our future technology leaders.

 

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Members are invited to serve on the Board of Directors, compete for awards and vote.  Click tabs to learn more.

AWARD SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 12 JUNE 2017

Active members and chapters make a difference throughout our communities.  We want to commend you for serving and would like you or your chapter to have an opportunity to be recognized at the 2017 Symposium.  Submission forms for consideration are posted below.  (Remember – self-nomination is not allowed for individual awards or outstanding chapter president awards.)

Click to view Ops Manual Chapter 5/Awards

AWARD SUBMISSIONS CLOSED! 

 

AMENDMENT DISCUSSIONS: 1 MAY – 6 JULY 2017

Forum will open to discuss Proposed Amendments.  Voting on Amendments will begin 20 JULY through 27 JULY @ 1600.

Please email your recommendations for bylaw amendments to la@nnoa.org.

BOARD NOMINEE SUBMISSIONS: 1 MAY – 26 JULY

Interested in serving the NNOA?  During the Symposium, current members will have the opportunity to run for open positions on the Board of Directors. For consideration, you must be nominated. Put the word out to show your interest.  More information detailing nomination criteria and open positions will be posted prior to the start of the Symposium.

 AMENDMENT VOTING:  20 JULY – 27 JULY

Online voting for AMENDMENTS will be available from July 20 – July 27, 2017 for current members.

NOMINEE VOTING: 26 JULY – 27 JULY

Online voting for open Board positions will be available during the 2017 Symposium for current members.  Your vote matters!  Be sure to return to the Symposium Portal  prior to 26 July to view candidates and their statements.  (Symposium attendance is not mandatory to vote.)

Symposium Support Line:  (703) 828-7308