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Aloha Chapter of the Naval Civilian Managers Association

Capable, Caring, Courageous.

 

 

Aloha Kākou!

We are the Aloha Chapter of the NCMA and strive to provide our members the means for creating more capable, more caring and more courageous leaders.

The Aloha Chapter is focused on improving the quality of work life for employees taking into account the "whole person" and recognizing / appreciating / leveraging diversity in our Learning Shipyard. It promotes effective leadership, including succession planning, leadership development, knowledge Management, and mentoring at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard & IMF

 

 

 

 

Products and Services:

  • Awards, Donations and Scholarships
  • Leadership Development
  • Quality of Life initiatives


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Vision Statement: The Aloha Chapter of the NCMA is the engine for creating more capable, more caring and more courageous leaders.

 

Mission Statement: The Aloha Chapter is focused on improving the quality of work life for employees taking into account the "whole person" and recognizing / appreciating / leveraging diversity. It promotes effective leadership, including succession planning, leadership development, knowledge management, and mentoring at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard


 

2014-2015 Aloha Chapter Officers

 President Terry Quapaw   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Vice President Sal St. Germain  
 Treasurer Melissa Lamerson  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 Recorder/Secretary Renee (Hi`ilei) Nicolas  

 


 

 

The SeaPerch program is funded by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) as part of the National Naval Responsibility for naval engineers in an effort to find the next generation of naval architects, marine engineers, naval engineers and ocean engineers. The SeaPerch program provides students with the opportunity to learn about robotics, engineering, science and mathematics (STEM) while building an underwater remotely operated vehicle as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum.

 

 

How can you help?

There will be numerous needs for volunteers for the Hawaii SeaPerch Competition. The Coast Guard is working with the Shipyard to generate a list of specific positions that require volunteer support. Information regarding specific positions will be posted shortly. If you are interested in volunteering for any position, please contact Hiilei Nicolas at (808) 368-0465

See the May 2014 Ho'okele article on the PHNSY sponsorship of this program.

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