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March 30, 2023

GS-15s: Apply now for the White House Leadership Development Program

The Executive Office of the President seeks self-nominations for the 2023 fellowship program.

March 30, 2023

New bereavement leave policy for military members offers Coast Guard families support

Members now have 14 consecutive calendar days following the death of an immediate family member.

March 30, 2023

 Coast Guard announces appointment of Advisory Board on Women in the Coast Guard members 

The Coast Guard has recently appointed 15 members to the newly established Advisory Board on Women in the Coast Guard. Consistent with guidance directed by Public Law 116–283, also known as the William (Mac) Thornberry National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021, the board will provide recommendations to the Commandant on matters

March 30, 2023

 Officers: You can make a difference in your new Officer Performance Assessment 

You have until April 7 to make your voice heard.

March 30, 2023

Do you qualify for an exemption for Basic Boarding Officer Course and/or Boarding Officer Practical Course?   

Current and prior law enforcement officers can take advantage of their experience 

March 29, 2023

"I like a challenge" - Why CPO Sharina Komen serves at sea

"The coolest thing about going to sea," Komen says in the first installment of MyCG's new "Why I Serve at Sea" series, "is getting to know the people you work with on a different level. You’re not just going to work and leaving."

March 29, 2023

Coast Guard commemorates National Vietnam War Veterans Day

U.S. government marks 50th anniversary of the end of the war 

March 28, 2023

A Coast Guard Family: Three sisters follow in their father’s footsteps at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy

It seems unlikely that three sisters from the same family would all attend the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. What seems even more unlikely is they would all choose the same academic major to study, and the same sport to play. That all may seem improbable unless you know Molly, Micki, and Mary Kate Huynh from Grantville, Pennsylvania. The Huynh sisters

March 28, 2023

From your Leadership Coach – 3 Thoughts on Conflict Management 

Managing conflict in the workplace is an essential leadership skill. Here are three strategies effective leaders use to manage conflict.  Seek constructive conflictToo often constructive aspects of conflict that can enhance team cohesion and decision making are overshadowed by destructive elements. The primary source of destructive conflicts in any

March 27, 2023

Dear Coast Guard Ombudsmen: Thank you!

Please join us in celebrating our amazing Ombudsmen!