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April 9 -11, 2012
Stacy Bayton, Casy-MSCCN Executive Director attended major government event in Des Moines, Iowa. Details to follow. . . .
April 11, 2012
Deb Kloeppel invited by Mrs. Obama and Dr. Biden to attend a White House Event to celebrate the first anniversay of “Joining Forces”.
April 11, 2012
Deb Kloeppel invited by Secretary of Defense, Leon Panetta, to attend the Change of Presidency of the National Defense University and Retirement Ceremony in honor of Vice Admiral Ann E. Rondeau.
April 12, 2012
MSCCN – Marcone sponsored job fair at Scott AFB, Illinois. More details to follow . . .
March 20th, 2012 Washington D.C.
Valerie Jones, Kenexa Director of Employment Branding Greg Farrel, Kenexa Director of Federal Markets Erin Voirol, CASY-MSCCN Gateway Manager Marty Fye, Kenexa Vice President Government Solutions
On March 20th, 2012 Gateway Manager and Job Placement Coordinator Erin Voirol attended and spoke at the Kenexa “Driving Agency Success in the Federal Government” event in Washington D.C. The event focused on the Kenexa Technology being a flexible fit for a Federal agency to utilize and recruit not just talent but the best talent to their coordination. Read More . . .
Community Organizers’ Dinner March 16, 2012
Mrs. Suzie Schwartz, spouse of General Norton A. Schwartz, Air Force Chief of Staff; Amy Rossi, Co-Founder of MSCCN; Mrs. LiSandra Knotts
On March 16, 2012, General Norton Schwartz, Chief of Staff of the Air Force and his spouse, Cindy Schwartz invited selected community leaders of organizations who are making a difference to join together and discuss ways to better serve the military community. Ms. Amy Rossi was invited to join the dinner to represent the Military Spouse Corporate Career Network. The dinner’s purpose was to bring together people from organizations that work with military families, who were strangers to one another, and give “an opportunity to promote resilience, fitness, and family within our organizations.” Read the full report . . .
Joining Forces Event at the Pentagon, February 15, 2012
Erin Voirol and Mrs. Bonnie Amos, Wife of General Amos, Marine Corps Commandant
On February 15, 2012, Erin Voirol, Gateway Manager and Job Placement Coordinator attended a Joining Forces event at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA. The event was presented by Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey, First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden. Read full report . . .
On January 24, 2012, CASY-MSCCN held their first annual “Military to Civilian Jobs Network Alliance Award” at the Pentagon’s Hall of Heroes.
Click here to see a photo gallery Pictured from left to right: Bill Warren, Deb Kloeppel, RADM Dan Kloeppel USN (ret), Major General Kelly McKeague, Assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for National Guard Matters
“This award is given to certain individuals who give generously of their money, time, and energy when providing the National Guard with the resources necessary to sustain their National Guard Employment Program,” said Deb Kloeppel, CEO CASY-MSCCN. “This year, the CASY-MSCCN Alliance Team chose Mr. Bill Warren, Founder and Executive Director of DirectEmployers Association for the individual award.
“We then recognized our corporate selectee of the award, Kenexa Inc.,for their continued generosity of providing superior Gateway technologies and Applicant Tracking Systems to the CASY-MSCCN program. Accepting the award on behalf of Kenexa was Greg Farrell.”
MOAA Event, San Diego, CA January 26, 2012
|On January 26, 2012, BrendaLee Winans, Senior Gateway Applicant and Recruiter Connect Specialist attended a Military Spouse Symposium & Career Fair in San Diego, CA. The event was presented by the Military Officers Association of America and Blue Stars Families. MOAA’s theme for the event was “Keeping a Career on the Move”.
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On January 22nd Deb Kloeppel and Linda McNabb presented a Military Spouse Employment Workshop at the Regional Alliance for the Troops in Saint Louis, MO.