August 31 – Pass it on!

August 31, 2017|Posted in: Community Resource, Government Resource

 

END OF FISCAL YEAR TA GUIDANCE
Friday, Sept. 15 (until 11:59 P.M. EST) is the last day for Soldiers to
request tuition assistance (TA) funding for classes that begin on/before
Sept. 30 due to the Army’s fiscal year close-out. There will be no
exceptions.
Soldiers will be able to enroll in fiscal 2017 classes after Sept. 15 using
the self-pay functionality to pay for enrollments out-of-pocket. Army
Continuing Education System headquarters will not flip any self-funded
classes to TA funded classes that are registered for after Sept. 15 with a
start date between Sept. 16-30.
This does not impact requests for courses starting on or after Oct. 1
(fiscal 2018 enrollments).
Contact your local Army Education Counselor or your school for additional
information.

EXERCISE VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT
US Army Garrison-Fort Carson is conducting a full-scale emergency response
exercise Sept 6 and 7 and needs volunteers to help with set up and serve as
role players for different pandemic scenarios.  Those interested in
volunteering contact Joey Bautista at Joey Bautista, Fort Carson Volunteer
Services Manager at 719-526-1082/526-4590.

FORT CARSON CHILD SUPERVISION POLICY

HOLIDAY GATE CLOSURE
Gate 6 will be closed Sept. 4 in observance of Labor Day. It will reopen for
normal business Sept. 5. Normal business hours for Gate 6 are from 5 a.m. to
6 p.m. The Visitor Control Center will remain open Sept. 4 for normal
business hours, 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.

COMMUNITY FLU VACCINES

HOME-AWAY-FROM-HOME HOLIDAY

MOUNTAIN POST SANTA’S WORKSHOP

NAMI BASICS EDUCATION PROGRAM

NO CHILD LEFT INSIDE – CHEYENNE MTN STATE PARK

PATRIOT DAY MILITARY THANK YOU

RETIREE INFORMATION DAY

VOLUNTEER VETERAN MENTORS NEEDED

CAREER SKILLS PROGRAM UPCOMING EVENTS

 The Fort Carson Career SkillsProgram (CSP) offers opportunities for eligible transitioning service members to gain the knowledge, skills and abilities needed for successful careers after they transition from active duty. To be eligible for any CSP,
transitioning service members must be on active duty and within 180 days of
transitioning from service as of the class start date, anticipate fully
honorable or under honorable conditions discharge and have approval of the
first field grade commander in their chain to participate. Each program also
has additional eligibility criteria. Interested transitioning service
members are encouraged to attend the appropriate information session as
indicated below.  They can also visit the Career Skills Program Office
(building 6236, rooms 101-104) MondayFriday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

EFMP DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENINGS

FIRST VISITOR CAR SEAT PROGRAM