The Eisenhower School is a college under the Department of Defense's National Defense University. The mission of ES is to prepare military officers and civilians for senior leadership and staff positions by conducting postgraduate, executive-level courses of study and associated research dealing with the resource component of national power, with special emphasis on material acquisition and joint logistics, and their integration into national security strategy for peace and war. Graduates are awarded a Master of Science degree in National Resource Strategy.
The training requires participants to be away from their position for approximately 10 months. Students will be on temporary assignment in Washington, D.C.
Applicants must have a SECRET clearance prior to being accepted by ES. (If you don't have a secret clearance, we recommend that you apply for one prior to beginning the ES application process.)
A Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information Clearance is required for certain electives and briefings.
August 2013 to June 2014 - Application deadline 31 January 2013
Application packages must be directly submitted to HQS-SMB-CG-133TrainingCourses@uscg.mil packages must include:
Costs are paid by CGHQ Funds.
The application packages of all eligible nominees will be reviewed by a selection panel at Headquarters. Selections are based on a candidate's joint/interagency experience and/or potential, future utilization and career path, ES mission match (Resourcing National Security Strategy/ Acquisition/ Logistics), breadth of experience within and outside of current career field, and ability to contribute as a member of a diverse seminar. Nominations will be reviewed and selections recommended by a CG panel. Candidate recommendations will then be forwarded to ES for their approval.
Selectee will be required to sign a Continued Service Agreement (pages 4 & 5).
All persons interested in the Senior Service School Programs are encouraged to visit the Senior Service School information page on the PSC-OPM Advanced Education web site at http://WWW.USCG.MIL/PSC/OPM/OPM1/OPM-1PG.ASP
For further information on training visit the Eisenhower School Web site: http://www.ndu.edu/es/