Mentoring, Training and Development News
Solicitation for FY20 DCELP Nominations
Screen Shot of DCELP Home Page
May 2, 2019 - Nominations are now being accepted for the Defense Civilian Emerging Leader Program. Program and nomination information can be found at https://employees.hr.dla.mil/workforce/dcelp.asp.

Suspect letter table top exercise at DSCC
Defense Supply Center Columbus Security and Emergency Services facilitated the fiscal year 2019 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High Yield Explosive Table Top Exercise in conjunction with April’s PrepareAthon on April 19.  The TTX was attended by Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime Chief of Staff Air Force Col. Janette Ketchum, DSCC Site Director Dan Bell, Land and Maritime public affairs, Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Columbus security and members of the DSCC Emergency Operations Center.
April 24, 2019 - DSCC Security and Emergency Services facilitated the fiscal year 2019 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High Yield Explosive Table Top Exercise in conjunction with April’s PrepareAthon on April 19.

Stepping out of your comfort zone
Have you ever talked yourself out of pursuing a dream? Do you have difficulties controlling your negative, sabotaging or internal thoughts? Is this preventing you from being the best version of yourself? If you’ve answered “yes” to a few of these, you’re certainly not alone. These reactions are caused primarily from a fear of one thing: stepping out of your comfort zone.
April 18, 2019 - Have you ever talked yourself out of pursuing a dream? Do you have difficulties controlling your negative, sabotaging or internal thoughts? Is this preventing you from being the best version of yourself? If you’ve answered “yes” to a few of these, you’re certainly not alone. These reactions are caused primarily from a fear of one thing: stepping out of your comfort zone.

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Mentoring Programs

DLA Land and Maritime's mentoring program is designed to provide professional development and learning opportunities that will allow participants to develop competencies and skills.


You get the best out of others when you give the best of yourself. It is only as we develop others that we permanently succeed. -Harvey Firestone


What is Mentoring

Mentoring is a personal enhancement strategy through which one person facilitates the development of another by sharing known resources, expertise, values, skills, perspectives, attitudes, and proficiencies. It allows the learner to build skills and knowledge while attaining goals for career development.

Benefits of Mentoring

  • Build Relationships
  • Build Confidence
  • Professional and Personal Growth

Our Mentoring Programs provide opportunities that will allow participants to develop personally, professionally, and the opportunity to network


Mentoring Program Levels

Level I Flash Mentor EventLevel I- Professional Self-Development Mentoring Program

  • Below GS/WG-9 Grade Levels
  • Voluntary
  • 1 year commitment
  • Self-Development
  • Career Development Plan
  • Situational Mentoring

For more information, call 614-692-4655 or email Level l.   

Level II Mentor EventLevel II- Mentoring Program for Leaders

  • Mentoris Times Newsletter 
  • GS-9 through 12 (or equivalent)
  • Voluntary
  • 9 month commitment
  • Leadership Competency Development
  • Mentoring Action Plan (MAP)
  • Mentoring Agreement    

For more information, call 614-692-5051 or email Level ll.   

Level III Protege ReunionLevel III- Advanced Mentoring Program for Leaders

  • GS-13 & 14s
  • Competitive
  • 2 year commitment
  • Leadership Competency Development
  • Mentoring Action Plan (MAP)

For more information, call 614-692-3518 or email Level lll.   


Mentoring is a powerful strategy for growth and enhancing the capabilities of DLA associates.