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Re: Online Agricultural Safety and Health Course

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Your Money, Your Clearance

Aaron Weibe ·
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Your Money, Your Clearance

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The Marathon Effect

Karl Bradley ·
When any change initiative is announced, the person making the announcement is way ahead of the people hearing about it. They already know about it. They've had time to process what’s about to happen, how it will affect them and how they'd like to present it to others. This means they're days, weeks, even months ahead of others in considerations surrounding the change. Ugh! Not another post about how hard "change" is...that's exhausting! You're right. It's often exhausting. Kind of like...
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Intro to TRICARE Health Plans & Special Programs

Rachel Brauner ·
Interested in learning more about TRICARE health care programs for service members, retirees, and their families around the world? OneOp will be partnering with the Defense Health Agency to provide a free professional development webinar on May 25, 2022 at 11:00 AM ET focusing on basic information and resources for military service providers and community support professionals. We recommend that military families with an individual with disabilities attend this webinar to better understand...
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OneOp2022 MFRA Series and the Sesame Street Coming Together Initiative

Jason M Jowers ·
This year’s OneOp Military Family Readiness Academy Series is coming up soon! The 2022 MFRA is entitled “ Family Well-being: Navigating the Social Justice Landscape ” and will focus on individuals’ understanding of social justice and equity. The 2022 MFRA kicks off on June 1, 2022, and will consist of three asynchronous courses available on day one and then two-panel discussions during the month of June on June 15 th and June 29 th . Subscribe to the Military Family Readiness Academy mailing...
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Re: Retirement Benefit Basics for Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve Components

Aaron Weibe ·
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NEW Trauma-Informed Nutrition Online Course

Jenny Rudolph ·
Oregon State University Extension Service and the SPOON Foundation are proud to collaborate on Nourished and Thriving Children , a FREE online trauma-informed nutrition and feeding course. This course was created with foster families in mind, but is appropriate for anyone who cares for or supports a child who has experienced trauma. Participants will learn the 6 principles of trauma-informed nutrition and examples of how to implement the strategies at mealtimes. Hear directly from foster...

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