FY-22 ADVANCED EDUCATION PROGRAM (AEP)

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SUBJ/FY-22 ADVANCED EDUCATION PROGRAM (AEP)//

REF/A/OPNAV/28APR16//
REF/B/OPNAV/07JAN15//
REF/C/DOC/NAVPERS/15839I/01OCT2020//
REF/D/OPNAV/09JAN19//
REF/E/DOC/NPSINST/24MAR16//
REF/F/DOC/SECNAV/11MAR19//
REF/G/DOC/MILPERSMAN/26SEP08//
REF/H/DOC/SECNAV/29MAY18//
REF/I/DOC/COCINST/26DEC19//

NARR/REF A IS OPNAVINST 1520.42A CH-1, ADVANCED EDUCATION GOVERNANCE, 
REF B IS OPNAVINST 1520.23C, GRADUATE EDUCATION, 
REF C IS NAVPERS 15839I, MANUAL OF NAVY OFFICER MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL 
CLASSIFICATIONS MAJOR CODE STRUCTURES, 
REF D IS OPNAVINST 1000.16L CH-2, NAVY TOTAL FORCE MANPOWER POLICIES AND 
PROCEDURES, 
REF E IS NPSINST 1520.1K, STANDARD PROCEDURES FOR ADMINISTRATION AND 
MANAGEMENT OF NAVY FULLY-FUNDED GRADUATE EDUCATION PROGRAMS AT CIVILIAN 
INSTITUTIONS AND THE LAW EDUCATION PROGRAM, 
REF F IS SECNAVINST 1730.7E, RELIGIOUS MINISTRY WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF THE 
NAVY, 
REF G IS MILPERSMAN 1301-902, SELECTION FOR FULLY-FUNDED GRADUATE EDUCATION, 
REF H IS SECNAVINST 3900.39E, HUMAN RESEARCH PROTECTION PROGRAM, 
REF I IS COCINST 1521.1D, CHAPLAIN CORPS ADVANCED EDUCATION PROGRAM.//

RMKS/1.  This NAVADMIN solicits applications and provides guidance for the
FY22 Advanced Education Program (AEP).

2.  The Chaplain Corps (CHC) AEP raises the level of Navy Chaplain 
professional competency beyond the minimum professional and educational 
qualifications.
Additionally, the CHC Advanced Education Program provides knowledge, skills 
and abilities that complement training and education conducted through the 
Naval Chaplaincy School and Center (NCSC).  Applicants should be available to 
commence their studies in the fall term of CY22.  A Navy selection board will 
convene before 1 June 2021.

3.  The CHC AEP consists of graduate programs at Civilian Educational 
Institutions (CIVINS), graduate level programs at Military Service Colleges 
and Schools (MSCS), Pastoral care residencies (PCR), and fellowships at 
civilian institutions (CIVFEL). CIVINS, MSCS and PCR programs are offered 
annually while CIVFEL programs are announced via Chief of Chaplains (COC) 
letter to the CHC.

4.  Eligibility:  All applicants for CHC AEP must be in the AC and must be 
able To complete a utilization tour without waiver following completion of 
the program.  See additional eligibility criteria and application 
requirements in reference (I).

5.  Application packages shall be submitted via physical mail to:
    COMMANDING OFFICER, NAVAL CHAPLAINCY SCHOOL AND CENTER
    ATTN:  ADVANCED EDUCATION PROGRAM
    114 PORTER AVE
    NEWPORT RI 02841

6.  PII free PDF packages must be submitted via Mr. Eric Corralejo at 
eric.p.corralejo(AT)navy.mil; copy LCDR Bryan Purvis at 
bryan.e.purvis(AT)navy.mil with the subject line:  ADVANCED EDUCATION PROGRAM 
FY22. Completed packages must reach NCSC NLT 15 April 2021.

7.  Point of contact is LCDR Bryan Purvis, Advanced Education Program manager 
who can be reached at (401)-841-3935 or via e-mail at 
bryan.e.purvis(AT)navy.mil.

8.  Released by Mr. Andrew S. Haeuptle, Director, Navy Staff.//

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