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The Albright-Wirth Grant Program (AWGP) is a developmental opportunity that annually awards funding for personal and career development projects to NPS employees. The application period is now open until January 10, 2020.
Interested in the Aspiring Leader Development Program? Learn more about the program in one of the many upcoming informational webinars!
The ALDP is a foundational development program for aspiring entry-level leaders (GS 5-7 and WG equivalents) that is currently in revision and anticipated to launch in FY19.
The Future Leaders Program is ten months of intensive learning and development, and application of the learning.
2018-2019 dates for the "On-boarding for Success: An NPS Supervisor's Primer" are open and available. Sign up for a webinar session now!
Announcing: Registration for the FY19 GOAL Academy is open June 1-22, 2018. Learn more about the program and how to apply here!
Learn more about the GOAL Academy and this year's action learning class projects.
Seeking interested employees to serve as part of the 2019 Albright-Wirth Grant panel reviewers. Reviewers will assist in reviewing, rating, and selecting the 2019 recipients.
The 2019 Albright-Wirth Grant application period is open now through December 14, 2018. Learn how to apply here!
This program is ten months of intensive learning, development and applied learning that explores various aspects of supervision and leadership.
Now accepting applications to the NPS Roger Kennedy Fellowship Contexts of Environmental Policy Graduate Certificate Program for 2018.
Applications are being accepted for the 2017 Roger Kennedy National Parks Fellowship Program. Applications due June 1, 2017.
Annual course successfully provided participants with a better understanding of legislative and congressional affairs
The FY 2017 participants will participate in the program to enhance a new chief’s ability to be an effective member of a park or office management team.
OPM Academic Alliance is offering Federal employees, their spouses and domestic partners reduced tuition rates to pursue post-secondary education.