The Commissioned Corps has announced the open enrollment for Junior and Senior Co-Steps for all Categories for placement in 2020. Enrollment will be open between June 3, 2019 and July 3, 2019. “Open enrollment” means the application will be made available to interested students during this time period. Final applications to CCHQ must be postmarked by Aug 3, 2019.
Prospective students and programs can get additional information at https://www.usphs.gov/student/ . A program interested in a COSTEP must have funding available at the time of application. Please notify interested, qualified students of the Co-Step open enrollment.
Call 1-888-225-3302 for questions about the Jr and Sr CoStep Programs.
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE
ROAD RECONSTRUCION FOR SPRING RIDGE ROAD PROJECT WILL STARTMAY 6, 2019 – JULY 31, 2019
THE ROAD WILL BE CLOSED FROM HWY 139 TO WADA STREET ON THE UPPER RESERVATION.
Answers for questions posed to Project Director Consultant for the Circles of Care Project RFP/Q:
- Would you like the proposal to be submitted as one proposal document or two proposal documents (i.e. Volume 1: Technical Proposal and Volume 2: Cost Proposal)?
Yes, you may submit the proposal documents as two separate documents, but the 2 documents cannot exceed the 15 page limit.
- The RFP Submittal Requirements states, “the proposal shall not exceed a total of 15 single-sided, 8.5” x 11” pages”. Is it safe to assume pricing information, resumes, and the table of contents are not included in the 15-page limitation?
The Technical Proposal & Cost Proposal are included on that 15 page limitation. The cover/transmittal letter, table of contents & resumes can be included appendices that are not included in the 15 page limitation.
- Does this contract fall under SCA Wage Determination?
If the employees do not qualify for exemption under 29 CFR 541, then SCA Wage Determination applies.
Idyllwild Arts is
delighted to announce that again this year we have scholarships available for
Native American Teens and Kids to attend our Summer programs. In
addition, we have scholarship funds available for Native American Adults
who are teachers, artists, or community leaders.
Registration is now open. Workshops run from one day to three weeks long, from June 9 to August 3, on our beautiful mountain campus in Idyllwild, California.
You will find detailed information and application procedures attached here – see page 2 for kids and teens, and page 4 for adults. (We also offer scholarships for our amazing arts high school, Idyllwild Arts Academy – see page 3 of the attachment.)
Summer workshop descriptions are here: www.idyllwildarts.org/summer. You will find over 100 workshops in the visual arts, performing arts, and creative writing, as well as information about our campus and student life.
If you would like us to mail you copies of our Summer Program catalog to distribute, just let me know.
Please feel free to forward this information along to friends, family, and colleagues, to share it on social media, or wherever you think it will reach deserving applicants. Thanks in advance for helping to spread the word about this great opportunity.