Center for Personal and Professional Development Story Archive

College Accreditation Type may Affect Sailors' Wallets   (24 February 2014)
Sailors working on completing a degree should ensure their school has the appropriate type of accreditation or it could cost them money later, said Center for Personal and Professional Development education professionals Feb. 24.
Tuition Assistance Program Funds Awaiting Sailors' Use  (3 March 2014)
The Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) is asking Sailors to submit their Navy Tuition Assistance (TA) requests - and now would be good -- said the director of Navy Voluntary Education (VOLED) March 3.
A PhD in helping Sailors  (25 March 2014)
How much of your free time could you sacrifice for a goal? Would you put the time in on the weekends or holidays? Jamilah Rattler took her own educational advice and spent 2,555 days completing her Doctorate of Philosophy in Education; she said it was worth every second.
NCO Bremerton's Outreach Office at Bangor Moves to New Facility  (31 March 2014)
Navy College Office Bremerton's Outreach Office in Bangor, Wash., and its three resident colleges will be opening the doors to their new location in Building 1042 April 7.
CPO to CWO and what got them there  (10 April 2014)
While there are very few guaranteed recipes for success in a Sailor's career, the right mixture of leadership, mentorship and hard work were the perfect blend for two Sailors from the Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) who were selected for promotion.
Navy Voluntary Education Seeks Current/Former Sailors' Success Stories  (16 April 2014)
The birthday of Navy Voluntary Education (VOLED) is May 14, and the Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) is asking in advance for Sailors' help in celebrating 40 years of their educational successes.
Chief of Naval Personnel Visits CPPD for Personal and Professional Reasons  (25 April 2014)
The Chief of Naval Personnel (CNP) visited the Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) April 24 as part of his visit to the Hampton Roads area.
Base Trash No Match for CPPD Sailors  (30 April 2014)
Center For Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) headquarters and Learning Site (LS) East joined together to participate in the annual Naval Air Station Oceana Dam Neck Annex base clean up April 28.
Navy Voluntary Education Kicks off Monthlong Celebration of Sailors' Successes  (2 May 2014)
The Navy is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Voluntary Education program in May, and Sailors who weren't even born before 1974 have the end of the selective service draft to thank.
Navy Voluntary Education Turns 40  (15 May 2014)
The Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) headquarters celebrated 40 years of the Navy Voluntary Education (VOLED), May 14.
Battle of Midway Lessons Still Teaching US Navy Sailors Today  (5 June 2014)
Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) Sailors and civilians commemorated the Battle of Midway with a presentation led by a command leader with a unique view on the engagement, June 5.
New Career Counselor Course Ready for Duty  (6 August 2014)
The Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) graduated its newest Command Career Counselors (CCC) trained with the new course curriculum Aug. 1.
CPPD Conducts Change of Command  (2 September 2014)
The Center for Personal and Professional Development (CDDP) held a change of command ceremony Aug. 28 at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Fiscal Year 2015 General Military Training Requirements Announced  (3 September 2014)
The Navy's General Military Training (GMT) schedule for fiscal year 2015 (FY-15), announced Sept. 2, outlines significant changes for the program, according to Naval Administrative Message (NAVADMIN) 202/14.
Enlisted Leadership Training Review Asks Sailors: What Do You Need?  (4 September 2014)
Sailors with opinions or ideas about how to best develop enlisted leaders are being asked to provide input on two Navy courses that are currently under review, said the review project's leader Sept. 4.

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