HUD Good Neighbor Next Door Program

Law enforcement officers, pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade teachers and firefighters/emergency medical technicians can contribute to community revitalization while becoming homeowners through HUD’s Good Neighbor Next Door Sales Program. HUD offers a substantial incentive in the form of a discount of 50% from the list price of the home. In return you must commit to live in the property for 36 months as your sole residence.

via HUD Good Neighbor Next Door Program.

CDLAC Applicant Information

Extra Credit Home Purchase ProgramExtra Credit Home Purchase Program DescriptionState and local governmental agencies and joint powers authorities can issue tax-exempt mortgage revenue bonds MRBs or mortgage credit certificates MCCs to assist teachers, principals and other credentialed school staff to purchase homes. These agencies and authorities may issue MRBs, the proceeds of which back below market interest rate mortgages. As an alternative to issuing MRBs, state and local governmental agencies and joint powers authorities may issue MCCs. Homebuyers use the MCC to reduce their federal tax liability by applying the credit to their net tax due.

via CDLAC Applicant Information.

California Student Aid Commission – APLE for Credentialed Teachers K-12

Assumption Program of Loans for Education APLEThis program is for participants who did not apply to the APLE program as an undergraduate student and who already had a credential PRIOR to applying for the APLE for Credentialed Teachers program. It is for participants who, at the time they applied for the program, were employed as credentialed teachers at a K-12 California public school ranked in the lowest 20 percentile on the Academic Performance Index API. Participants were nominated by their County Office of Education, and agreed to continue teaching at a K-12 California public school that is ranked in the lowest 20 percentile on the API.

via California Student Aid Commission – APLE for Credentialed Teachers K-12.

California Student Aid Commission – APLE for Credentialed Teachers K-12

Assumption Program of Loans for Education APLEThis program is for participants who did not apply to the APLE program as an undergraduate student and who already had a credential PRIOR to applying for the APLE for Credentialed Teachers program. It is for participants who, at the time they applied for the program, were employed as credentialed teachers at a K-12 California public school ranked in the lowest 20 percentile on the Academic Performance Index API. Participants were nominated by their County Office of Education, and agreed to continue teaching at a K-12 California public school that is ranked in the lowest 20 percentile on the API.

via California Student Aid Commission – APLE for Credentialed Teachers K-12.

Financial Support – Become a Teacher CA Dept of Education

HUD Good Neighbor Next Door Outside SourceIn order to assist in the revitalization of specific communities, the Housing and Urban Development Department created The Good Neighbor Next Door program. Eligible pre-K through 12th grade teachers will receive a 50 percent discount from the list price of a home if they agree to live in the home for at least three years.

via Financial Support – Become a Teacher CA Dept of Education.

About Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)

Students

To be eligible for the WRP, candidates must be current, full-time undergraduate or graduate students with a disability, or have graduated within one year of the release of the database each December. For the 2014 WRP release, interviews will be held in the fall of 2013. A candidate who graduated in October, 2012 or later would still be eligible to participate. Candidates must be U.S. citizens. If you are an eligible candidate, share this information with your school\’s disability services or career services coordinator, and ask him or her to contact the WRP Coordinator at wrp@dol.gov. Please understand that we work directly with college coordinators, and cannot respond to inquiries from individuals.

via About Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP).

Weapons Division PAO: Students

The Internship Apprentice Program is a three year planned career development program at NAWCWD China Lake that provides full-time employment, on-the-job training, and merit-based promotions. This program is available to U.S. citizens who are a minimum of 18 years of age and are enrolled half time in an educational institution. Apprentice Brochure [PDF]

NAWCWD has multiple opportunities and is currently recruiting Interns and Co-ops for both the China Lake and Point Mugu sites. Incumbents must be United States citizens and must be able to obtain and maintain a United States Government security clearance.

via Weapons Division PAO: Students.

Weapons Division PAO: High Tech Jobs

This is our reason for being. While service to the Fleet underlies every program at NAWCWD, direct support is our most important activity. NAWCWD Fleet Weapons Support Teams are with naval forces throughout the world providing hands-on assistance. Division senior scientists and engineers serve in 1- to 3-year assignments as on-site Science and Technology Advisors stateside, at sea, and abroad. New operational flight programs and weapons capabilities are taken directly to Fleet squadrons by NAWCWD teams who train aircrews and maintenance personnel aboard ship.

via Weapons Division PAO: High Tech Jobs.

Food Defense – Public Health Command

Food Defense works to prevent the intentional contamination of food, bottled water, and ice from chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear (CBRN) or physical agents. It takes an integrated and coordinated effort between such agencies as intelligence, antiterrorism/force protection, police, public health, and food establishment personnel to evaluate and address personnel, physical, and operational security vulnerabilities.

via Food Defense – Public Health Command.

Sonoma Life Support receives high-level accreditation – North Bay Business Journal – North San Francisco Bay Area, Sonoma, Marin, Napa counties – Archive

SONOMA COUNTY — Sonoma Life Support, the local arm of national ambulance company American Medical Response, recently achieved the highest ranking by the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services, a three-year award that was established to promote quality care across the medical transportation landscape.

via Sonoma Life Support receives high-level accreditation – North Bay Business Journal – North San Francisco Bay Area, Sonoma, Marin, Napa counties – Archive.