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April 15, 2021

Training Academy aims for equity, ‘well-rounded’ employees

The Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Training Academy, a pilot program for early career employees, kicked off with a virtual roll-out meeting with participants April 7. The goal is to provide an organizational standard of training for new employees, and complement existing training programs to result in more equitable learning opportunities for hands-on training.

June 10, 2020

Training the next generation of warfighter supporters goes virtual during pandemic

When Defense Logistics Agency Pathways to Career Excellence Class 39 kicked off March 16, 20-year Army veteran Daryl Johnson was among the 30 members embarking on the two-year journey. The DLA Pathways to Career Excellence Program trains entry-level employees for advancement in supply, technical quality, procurement and finance fields through on-the-job work assignments, cross-training, rotational assignments and formal instruction. Johnson and his classmates were still in-processing into DLA when the agency launched a maximum telework policy March 23 due to COVID-19.

May 1, 2020

DLA PaCEr halfway to fulfilling career milestone

Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Public Affairs is running a series of stories profiling the DLA Pathways to Career Excellence (PaCE) Program and the experiences of those who are just beginning the program, those halfway through and those who have successfully graduated. Today, we spotlight Alyzza Mace, inventory management specialist, Material Planning Division, Planning Process Directorate. She has reached the midway point in the two-year program.

Oct. 18, 2019

Adrianne Gelletich graduates the PaCE program

Adrianne Gelletich graduated from the Defense Logistics Agency Pathways to Career Excellence Program Oct. 17 in Battle Creek, Michigan. Gelletich will remain in Battle Creek as a contract specialist working for DLA Disposition Services J7- Contracting.

Oct. 18, 2019

Andrew Wood graduates the PaCE program

Andrew Wood graduated from the Defense Logistics Agency Pathways to Career Excellence Program Oct. 17 in Battle Creek, Michigan. Wood will remain in Battle Creek as a property disposal specialist.

Oct. 18, 2019

Jonathan Tew graduates the PaCE program

Jonathan Tew graduated from the Defense Logistics Agency Pathways to Career Excellence Program Oct. 17 in Battle Creek, Michigan. Tew will remain in Battle Creek as a contract specialist working for DLA Disposition Services J7- Contracting.

Oct. 18, 2019

Tamia Duncan graduates the PaCE program

Tamia Duncan graduated from the Defense Logistics Agency Pathways to Career Excellence Program Oct. 17 in Battle Creek, Michigan. Duncan will remain in Battle Creek as a property disposal specialist (environmental).

Oct. 18, 2019

Karin DeGraw graduates the PaCE program

Karin DeGraw graduated from the Defense Logistics Agency Pathways to Career Excellence Program Oct. 17 in Battle Creek, Michigan. DeGraw will remain in Battle Creek as a property disposal specialist (environmental).

Oct. 18, 2019

Aaron Bunn graduates the PaCE program

Aaron Bunn graduated from the Defense Logistics Agency Pathways to Career Excellence Program Oct. 17 in Battle Creek, Michigan. Bunn will remain in Battle Creek as a property disposal specialist (environmental).

April 5, 2019

Troop Support welcomes new PaCE employees

The Defense Logistics Agency Troop Support Commander Army Brig. Gen. Mark Simerly welcomed new Pathways to Career Excellence employees March 4 in Philadelphia.