Guard Family, You may still register for the 88th State Conference on-site at the Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro beginning at 1200 Friday, March 24. You may also select your bandquet seating during on-site registration. We are no longer accepting registrations by web, phone, fax or email. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact NGATN (615) 833-9100.
The Tennessee STRONG (Support, Training, and Renewing Opportunity for National Guardsmen) Act is establishing a pilot program to provide eligible members of the Tennessee National Guard tuition funding toward a first time bachelor degree, for the next four years, through a tuition reimbursement program, at eligible public and private Tennessee Educational Institutions. The STRONG Act provides educational opportunities for those who protect and serve our state and country, and supports the Drive to 55 goal of equipping 55 percent of Tennesseans with a degree or certificate by 2025. To learn more about this exciting opportunity and to see if you qualify, click on the following link or copy and paste into your web browser: http://www.tn.gov/nexttennessee/topic/nt-one-pager-tennessee-strong-act
You know “The One”. You have seen him. He shows up to every drill, creates a positive working environment for every Guard Member, eager to help in any way he can. He teaches Sunday school every Sunday, visits junior Guard Members in person when they are hurt or sick between drills, and volunteers at the Food Bank when they need trucks unloaded. You know “The One”. You have seen her. She is the team player that holds your unit together and makes everyone strive to become a better leader. She volunteers at the local Fire Department, never ignores phone calls when there is a Guard Member in need, and coaches her daughter’s little league team. Every unit has “The One” individual that makes a positive impact on their unit, their family, and their community. Give back to “The One” and recognize their sacrifice and hard work with one of NGATNs… read more →
Official NGAUS Job Announcement: Looking for a Senior Legislative Program Manager (Joint). Primary responsibilities for issue areas (joint) include: domestic operations, personnel, medical and benefits, and assisting in and directing the activities of the Legislative Department in the absence of the Director. For more information, visit the NGAUS website: http://www.ngaus.org/united-voice-national-guard/careers. Good Luck, Applicants!
“Early Bird” Online Registration for the 2017 NGATN State Conference is available Dec 2016-10 March 2017. Room reservations should be made during registration in addition to seating selection for the banquet. If you would like to submit a paper form, it must reach the NGATN office NLT 10 March 2017. After 10 March 2017, no online or mailed “Early Bird” registrations will be accepted, but you may still register on-site at the Embassy Suites ($10 fee will be assessed). If you have questions, need assistance with registration, or require special assistance during the Conference, contact JJ Clemons: firstname.lastname@example.org or (615) 833-9100. See you in March!
Vacancy Announcement Close Date: 7 October 2016 Position Unit Benefits Administrator with the National Guard Association of Tennessee Group Insurance Trust (NGATNGIT) Position Description A Unit Benefits Administrator (UBA) is an individual who is committed to assisting the NGATNGIT Coordinator in presenting Tennessee National Guard (TNNG) Members benefit options through in-person unit visits and career milestone presentations. Candidates will be selected based a combination of military service status, knowledge of TNNG operations, knowledge of insurance products and laws, professional conduct, presentation skills, availability and computer skills. Position Locations 6 Position Openings: Two (2) in West Tennessee, Two (2) in Middle Tennessee, and Two (2) in East Tennessee Duties and Responsibilities UBAs will “adopt” Tennessee National Guard units in their geographic area and provide information on the State Sponsored Life Insurance (SSLI) program. Presentations will be performed in either a individual or a group setting. UBAs will be knowledgeable… read more →
NGAUS is announcing their 2016 Fellowship Program for Army and Air National Guard Company Grade Officers and Warrant Officers. Chosen applicants will receive a 12 month, paid fellowship at NGAUS Headquarters in Washington, D.C. The intent is to develop practical experience with the interaction between US Congress and the agencies that affect the National Guard state and federal missions. Visit our Company Grade Page for more information and application instructions. Deadline is COB 14 October 2016. Good luck and safe travels!
M ark Your Calendars! Ladies and Gentlemen, NGATN is excited to announce that JJ Clemons will be assuming the Membership Coordinator duties for the 2017 Annual State Conference as Christi Flowers Hamlett transitions to a new position closer to home. NGATN is returning to the Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro for the 2017 State Conference March 23-27. Whether you are Serving, Separated, or Retired from the Tennessee National Guard, we have engagement opportunities at all levels-contact us while we are in the planning stages become more involved in making our conference successful yet! Byron Deel, Executive Director / Corporate Sponsor Coordinator: email@example.com JJ Clemons, Membership / Conference Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org Katie Lawrence, Insurance Coordinator / Web & Social Media Marketing : email@example.com
Seven-time Olympic Gold Medalist Shannon Miller is a wife, mom, business woman, and more recently, a cancer survivor. As an incredible athlete with a healthy lifestyle, she is a living example of how indiscriminately Cancer can influence lives. Shannon is partnering with Washington National to help better financially prepare Americans for the “C” word. NGATN Insurance Trust (NGATNIT) is also partnering with Washington National to provide a Cancer Indemnity Supplement that prepares Guard Members and their families to combat Cancer. From initial diagnosis, second opinions, and third opinions-to treatments, surgeries and recovery, Cancer Indemnity supplements a policy holder’s income so the family’s focus is on remission, not financial burden. Benefits are paid directly to the policy holder, and covered children’s benefits are 150% of policy standard. Prior Cancer patients with a medical prognosis of 2 years “Cancer Free” are eligible to apply for coverage, and after 20 consecutive years of coverage, 100% of… read more →
You are invited to attend the 138th National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) National Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. More Information to come soon! Watch HERE for a View of the City!