Topic: Army Community Service
Written by Heather Huber
Fort Campbell, KY – April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month. Army Community Service Family Advocacy Program is joining the nation in spreading awareness about how to prevent child abuse.
“We work in prevention and education, so a lot of what we do is bring awareness to the community of Family violence and promoting healthy Families,” said Cris Isom, ACS-FAP specialist.
Soldiers receive annual training on recognizing abuse indicators, who the reporting point of contact is, what Soldier responsibilities are and what resources are available to them and their Families.
Written by Leejay Lockhart
Fort Campbell, KY – Specialist Avery Harbin, a Soldier assigned to the Warrior Transition Battalion, confidently shook hands and spoke with many of the 73 civilian job recruiters at the Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program and Army Community Service’s Employment Readiness Program International and National job fair Wednesday at Cole Park Commons.
Harbin also prepared for the job fair featuring 73 local and regional employers on March 23rd, 2017.
He will leave the Army at the end August, but he has already started preparing for his transition. Harbin said he feels confident he will be able to find employment allowing him to eventually reach his long-term goals of going to college for graphic design and business management as well as becoming an entrepreneur.
Fort Campbell, KY – Fort Campbell’s Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program and Army Community Service’s Employment Readiness Program will host its spring job fairs March 22nd-23rd at Cole Park Commons from 9:00am until 3:00pm.
The job fairs will feature 73 employers each day, representing a wide range of industries that are recruiting for international, national and regional job opportunities.
International and national employers will be featured on March 22nd, and local employers on March 23rd.
Fort Campbell Newcomers brief important first step: Soldiers, spouses can benefit from program introductions
Written by Leejay Lockhart
Fort Campbell, KY – When Soldiers arrive at Fort Campbell they begin their in-processing at the 1st Lt. J. Robert Kalsu Replacement Company and most spend their first Thursday attending a newcomers brief at the Family Resource Center.
Connie Silk, Army Community Service supervisor for Information and Referral and Relocation Readiness, said normally there are about 150 to 200 Soldiers who attend the weekly brief and if a Soldier is married their spouse also is invited to attend.
Fort Campbell’s orientation program normally starts about 8:30am and lasts until about 3:00pm. The purpose of the newcomers’ brief is to set out standards and expectations for Soldiers and to connect them and their Families to resources Fort Campbell offers, Silk said.
Fort Campbell, KY – On March 22nd and 23rd, Fort Campbell Soldier For Life – Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) and Army Community Service (ACS) Employment Readiness Program (ERP) will host the Spring Job Fair featuring at least 150 prospective employers including both International/National and Local/Regional employers.
Come dressed for success and bring your resume. Open to the public.
Fort Campbell, KY – On October 18th, 2016 Army Community Service (ACS) Employment Readiness Program and Exceptional Family Member Program will host a Job and Resource Information Fair targeted to Family members with special needs. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The Job and Resource Information Fair will be held at the Family Resource Center from 9:00am until 12:00pm.
Written by Sgt. Neysa Canfield
Fort Campbell, KY – Sometimes the burdens Soldiers bear can feel like a 50-pound rucksack weighing them down physically, mentally and emotionally.
That burden can lead a Soldier to take his or her life, if not properly mitigated.
As part of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Soldiers of 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Sustainment Brigade, 101st Abn. Div., conducted the Burden Bearer Challenge, September 20th, here.
Fort Campbell, KY – Campbell Crossing’s 2016 Earth Day event was a huge success over the weekend. Fort Campbell Soldiers and family members came out for an afternoon full of exciting games and activities including fun crafts, face painting, educational booths, food from Whitt’s BBQ and more.
Although the event was planned to be outdoors, the rain did not keep residents away. The event held at the Family Resource Center, kicked off with the National Anthem, the Fort Campbell Troop 101 Boy Scouts presenting the Colors, and the Department of Environment-Forestry presenting the Tree City Award to Garrison Commander Col. James R. Salome.
Hiring Our Heroes – Military Spouse Program Offered by ACS Employment Readiness Program
Fort Campbell, KY – Army Community Service (ACS) Employment Readiness Program (ERP) is happy to announce a Hiring Our Heroes Military Spouse Program two day career development event on January 30th and 21st.
You are invited to join us for a special catered networking reception on January 20th and a hiring fair on January 21st. This free event is open to all military Spouses, military members, employers, and service organizations.
Fort Campbell, KY – Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) announces Army Community Service (ACS) Employment Readiness Program to host Spring Meadows Health Care Center at their January Employer Spotlight on January 27th, 2016.
Spring Meadows is a nursing and rehabilitation facility that is committed to providing excellent healthcare services and is looking to employ people who believe in making a difference. Spring Meadows is currently hiring for Dietary Aides, Activities Assistants, CNAs, Nurses, Cooks, Housekeeping, and more.
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