TRADOC deputy chief of staff recognizes knowledge management interns at ODU
Maj. Gen. Mark MacCarley, Deputy Chief of Staff of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, presents a certificate and challenge coin to Alan Chao for his exceptional contribution to the Intelligence Center of Excellence knowledge management efforts during his internship with the Agile Knowledge Management Training program at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va., Oct. 17.

NORFOLK, Va. -- Four interns received recognition awards from Maj. Gen. Mark MacCarley, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command's deputy chief of staff during their graduation from the Army-sponsored Agile Knowledge Management Training program at Old Dominion University, Oct. 17.

"The Army's investment in your education and training will be paid back many times over," MacCarley said. "We expect great things from you."

Jacob Seebode of the Signal Center of Excellence, Fort Gordon, Ga., received the People recognition award; Gary Lyle of the Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Benning, Ga., received the Process recognition award; and Nicole Perea of the Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, was presented the Technology recognition award. Alan Chao of the Intelligence Center of Excellence, Fort Huachuca, Ariz., was presented the recognition award for all three components.

The KM Intern program is managed by the Department of the Army's Career Program 34. The program enables new DA civilians to be assigned to positions across the Army for 24 months to receive training and gain job-related experience. The KM and Technology courses in the program include 290 hours of Agile Knowledge Management Training at ODU as well as Security Plus and Program Management courses provided by the Signal Center of Excellence at Fort Gordon, Ga. Interns who complete the program will be placed in permanent positions.

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