HPO Presents: Ben C. Gaither III Director, SOURCE

HPO Presents: Ben C. Gaither III Director, SOURCE

HPO Presents: Ben C. Gaither III Director, SOURCE and Underserved Student Participants Affairs, HPO [email protected] 703 929-4397 June 9th, 2015 Agenda Introductions/Mentor-Protg Intern Program (MINTs) MINT program overview and its mission Example of Protg Firms Overview of tasks and duties HPO MINT Preparation, Education and Training Introductions/Individual Tasks

Pilot Projects Conclusion What is the MINTs Program ? Introductions/Individual Tasks Pilot Projects Conclusion Laura Acosta North Carolina Central UniversityCriminal Justice Major- Homeland Security Concentration Experience

Spatial Data Integrations Mentor-Protege Program Intern President of Alpha Phi Sigma- Criminal Justice Honors society NCCU Emergency Management Intern President of Habitat for Humanity at NCCU U.S. Marshall Service Summer 2015, Intern

Skills Introductions/Individual Tasks Pilot Projects Basic ArcGIS knowledge, Business Government Query, Verbal and written communication skills, Microsoft Applications knowledge, Research skills, Leadership Skills, Professional public Speaking Skills, Bilingual Conclusion Nelson Holden Spatial Data Integrations North Carolina Central University M.S. Earth Science, B.S Georgraphy

Experience Mentor-Protege program Intern North Carolina Department of Transprotation: Photogrammetry Unit Intern UNC-CH, Highway Safety Researc Center: Data Collector Introductions/Individual Tasks Skills Microsoft Application,Business Government Query, SPSS ArcGIS, Microstation, geo-statistics, spatial and data analysis, GPS technology, Aerial Imagery, digitizing

Pilot Projects Conclusion Introducing the Mentor-Protg Intern Program (MINT) MINT Internship Objectives: Acquire and Demonstrate Skills MINT participants have the job-ready skills, business acumen and experiences to be immediately productive and successful MINT Participants have acquired in demand skills required for participation in the DoD/IC Next Generation Workforce Personal mentorship for professional growth Training plan based on individual need and workplace requirement Security clearances Real life Work place experience through internships Efficient and effective teamwork Prepare program participants to meet the requirements for specific tasks in the IC (NGA) and industry Introductions/Individual Tasks

Pilot Projects Conclusion MINTs Assigned to Protg Firms for OJT To provide Underserved/Underconnected Individuals with job/career ready training and in-demand skills to effectively perform in the Next Generation Workforce (NGWF) for the Department of Defense and/or Intelligence Community (DoD/IC). Introductions/Individual Tasks Pilot Projects Conclusion Protg Firm Example: Spatial Data Integrations INC.

Services: Geospatial solutions that are enabled by utilizing a host of services to collect, analyze, integrate, design and manage data and information linked to location Small Business Owned Business , Women Owned Business, Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Mission: To be the company of choice in providing geospatial solutions and a full range of geospatial services to government agencies, utility companies and private sector businesses Introductions/Individual Tasks Pilot Projects Conclusion Fall 2014

MINT Duties and Responsabilities Market Research Branding Research Finding GIS Women Owned Businesses Create Map with locations found Excel Spreadsheet Word Documents weekly Spring 2015 Geospatial data processing software research Downloadable geospatial data

sources research Create Map of sources location Introductions/Individual Tasks Pilot Projects Conclusion Preperation Before OJT Communication Business Acumen and Appropriate Behavior Business Research Teaming and Information sharing Introductions/Individual Tasks Pilot Projects Conclusion HPO Education/MINT Job Ready Training

HPO Orientation MINT Development Training Research Project HPO Orientation Becoming Job Ready: Critical Success Factors Selling SWOT: Selling Yourself Workplace Preparation - workplace, marketplace, personal time Preparation

Expectations Behavior Career Assessment Daily Journals Intro to working in the Federal Government FARS: Improper Business Practices and Personal Conflicts of Interest

Research Methods and Tactics Professional Introductions/Individual Presentations Tasks Pilot Projects Conclusion MINTs Business Development training; Education sessions, task and material included the following: FPDS Fed Bus Opps USA Spending Reverse Auction sites GSA Schedule Sales Query Set Aside Award Opportunity

Freedom of Information Request REASON: Identifying bid that SDI can go after Innovation Research Project 10 page research paper assignment that all MINTs will be working onassigned research project on a real problem the NGA has Start date March 2015, due date May 2015 Topic to be researched: Evaluating effectiveness of Business Process Management Tools in the Federal Government Questions: 1. Discuss the use of Business Process Management Tools in the Federal Government. 2. How can organizations in the Federal Government use these tools to improve business process. 3.

Discuss the technical (security issues) and cultural hurdles(people more comfortable with using old processes) to implementing these tools. 4. Discuss digital vs. manual processes. Introductions/Individual Tasks Pilot Projects Conclusion Summary MINT participants have the job-ready skills, business acumen and experiences to be immediately productive and successful Critical need for Data Analytic skills -Learned need for certain tools & how important they are to businesses Researching methods and tactics Learned about different companies that use commercial market based tools Mint Participants have acquired in demand skills required for participation in the DoD/IC Next Generation Workforce Personal mentorship for professional growth

Training plan based on individual need and workplace requirement Security clearances Real life Work place experience through internships Efficient and effective teamwork Prepare program participants to meet the requirements for specific tasks in the IC (NGA) and industry Introductions/Individual Tasks Pilot Projects Conclusion Fr om Help Transform o T Questions?

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