Career Counselor Statements
- METICULOUS ADMINISTRATOR. As an out-of-rate Assistant ISIC Command Career Counselor, he provided valuable command indoctrination training to 103 Sailors, conducted 9 retirement ceremonies, 31 reenlistments, 12 extensions, conducted 35 pre-seperation counselings, and 46 capstone events.
As Unit Career Counselor, provided directional insight that helped Sailors to successfully navigate through the challenges and early stages of their Naval Career. Conducted Career Development Boards for 19 unit personnel. Counseled unit members on the use and employment of the Navy's Enlisted Learning and Development Roadmaps (LaDR) in an effort to identify direction for Sailors in their career development and build on the foundation of Sailorization. Ensured enlisted Sailors were provided the necessary guidance to promote optimal career development.
Command Career Counselor. Displaying exceptional initiative and resourcefulness, Petty Officer XXXXXXX assessed his Unit billet assignments and aligned them with the Joint Staff mission for critical support to combatant command exercises. Additionally, he conducted career development boards for 22 Sailors providing directional insight and ensured the necessary guidance fostering optimal career development and successful navigation through the challenges and early stages of his Sailors' Naval Careers.
While working at Camp Geiger Branch Medical Clinic, she developed and guided 13 advancement classes for 37 eligible Sailors and seven instructors for Cycle 203 which contributed to a 37% advancement rate for the department.
Petty Office Gauvereau demonstrated rare management skills and dedication to all Sailors while acting as a member of the career retention team. He developed a Career Counselor Program and performed over 50 career development boards, celebrated 20 reenlistments, submitted 2 officer packages, and managed the FleetRide-PTS process for transfers and separations of 60 staff members AC/RC, resulting in a 99% retention rate. His commitment to sailorization promoted mentorship throughout the command and led to the promotion of 3 Chief Petty Officers and 7 Petty Officers in the unit.
PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX DISPLAYED OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL SKILL AS THE COMMAND CAREER COUNSELOR BY PROCESSING 7 REENLISTMENTS, 33 CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS AND 5 PTS PACKAGES RESULTING IN $200,000 IN SRB WHILE KEEPING RETENTION AT 100%.
IT1 White volunteered for and assumed the duties as detachment Command Career Counselor when the position opened. Through his tireless exploration and desire, he quickly learned the duties required of a CCC and was sought after by peers and junior Sailors alike for career path guidance. IT1 White evaluated, overhauled and implemented a strong methodology to enhance and update the input of Career Development Boards within CMS/ID further enhancing the detachment's readiness. During his period as CCC, IT1 White conducted and entered approximately 49 Career Development Board (CDB) data entry sheets while guiding Sailors toward necessary information with regards to their Navy career and advancement goals enhancing retention and providing for rate conversion possibilities.
As Command Career Counselor, he managed a 26-member Career Development Team. He processed 165 Reenlistments, 81 Extensions, 12 approved "C" School packages, and 1 approved Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program package resulting in an overall 6% increase in retention.
As Career Counselor for 3rd MAW Yuma Units, HMC (FMF), conducted 25 Career Development Boards which resulted in 9 re-enlistments, 1 Combat Meritorious Advancement, 2 SOQs, and 13 advancements.
As Depatment Career Counselor for Operations, successfully completed over 50 PTS/C-Way Applicatons, 52 Career Development Boards, and 7 reenlistment packages.
AS COMMAND CAREER COUNSELOR, USS JOHN C. STENNIS (CVN 74), SHE SUCCESFULLY LED, TRAINED AND MANAGED THE CAREER COUNSELING EFFORTS OF 1119 DEPARTMENTAL AND DIVISIONAL CAREER COUNSELORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COMPLETION OF 254 REENLISTMENTS, 322 C-WAY APPROVALS, 229 PACT APPROVALS AND 4,885 CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS RESULTING IN JCS RECEIVING PASSING SCORES ON FY-15, FY-16 AND FY-17 CAREER INFORMATION PROGRAM REVIEWS. HER ROLE AS TRANSITION OFFICER WAS INTEGRAL IN IMPROVING OUR VOW COMPLIANCE BY 23 PERCENT.
As Command Career Counselor, he managed an 18-member Career Development Team and initiated, supervised, and conducted 14 First-Term Success Workshops; he processed 167 Reenlistments, 89 Extensions, and 12 approved “C” School packages, producing an overall 5.9% retention increase.
For Professional achievement in the superior performance of his collateral duties as the Command Career Counselor of NSF Mechanicsburg from XXXXXXX to XXXXXXXX. In 2016, he attended the Career Counselor certification course at Ft. Dix New Jersey. Petty Officer XXXXXXX has benefitted the Navy by becoming certified to train the Reserve Affiliated Service Workshop and the Chart the Way course in which he trained over 250 fellow sailors.
He trained two sailors as Command Career Counselors, conducted 67 Career Development Boards, 6 Re-enlistment packages, 36 worksheets for two navy-wide advancement exams and the Reserve Affiliation Success Workshop resulting in a 46% improvement to the Career Development Program.
AS ASSISTANT COMMAND CAREER COUNSELOR, LCS SQUADRON ONE, AND WITH NO FORMAL TRAINING OR PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE, PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX EMBRACED THE ASSISTANT CAREER COUNSELOR POSITION AND ORGANIZED AND DOCUMENTED 955 CAREER DEVELOPMENT BOARDS, REVIEWED AND PROCESSED 138 PERFORM TO SERVE APPLICATIONS, 199 REENLISTMENTS AND EXTENSIONS, 44 FLEET RESERVE/RETIREMENTS, AND 19 TAP REQUESTS RESULTING IN OPTIMUM RETENTION AND RETENTION BENCHMARKS HIGHER THAN THE NAVY-WIDE AVERAGE, LEADING COMLCSRON ONE TO THREE CONSECUTIVE RETENTION EXCELLENCE AWARDS. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX ORCHESTRATED 66 INDIVIDUAL MARKETING EVENTS AND RAISED MORE THAN $10,000 IN FUNDS FOR THE COMMMAND MWR PROGRAM, EACH RECEIVING ACCOLADES FROM PARTICIPANTS AND ATTENDEES.
As the NMCB 18 Career Counselor, Petty Officer XXXXXXX conducted 15 Career Development Boards, entered CDB data for 17 DET 1218 members and trained Naval Operational Support Unit 1961 Career Counselors in conducting CDBs. He assisted in organizing 7 reenlistments, conducted individual counseling for 11 members to include career paths with future reenlistments, cross rating, and future schooling.
He provided numerous hours to the welfare of his Sailors as the Departmental Career Counselor. These efforts made him the go-to Career Counselor outside the Command Career Counselor's office. His dedication to all Sailors is hard to question as he genuinely cared and provided the needed guidance and mentorship to the junior Sailors around him.
AS COMMAND CAREER COUNSELOR, HE MANAGED, LEAD, AND TRAINED 58 RETENTION TEAM MEMBERS ON NAVY STANDARDS AND CAREER INFORMATION PROVIDED TO OVER 1,500 SAILORS. HIS LEADERSHIP WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR 220 REENLISTMENTS; 2,150 DOCUMENTED CDBS, AND 594 CAREER WAYPOINT APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS.
DEPARTMENTAL CAREER COUNSELOR IN USS ROOSEVELT (DDG 80). AS DEPARTMENTAL CAREER COUNSELOR, HE HAS BEEN RESPONSIBLE FOR MANAGING 3 DIVISIONAL COUNSELORS WHO MANAGED A TOTAL OF 77 PERSONNEL MAINTAINING A 100% RETENTION THROUGHOUT THE DEPARTMENT. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX'S EXCEPTIONAL PROFESSIONALISM AND LOYAL DEVOTION TO DUTY REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.