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Nerves of Steel - Tammie Jo Shults
Nerves of Steel - Tammie Jo Shults

Nerves of Steel - Tammie Jo Shults

SWA Captain Tammie Jo Shults - many of us had the pleasure of hearing Tammie Jo speak at this past years Women in Aviation conference.  PWC has been offered a wonderful opportunity. PWC members are able to download the first 4 chapters of Tammie Jo Shults's upcoming book for free at www.CaptainShults.com.  Stay tuned for further exciting news 

Penn State World Campus

Penn State World Campus

Penn State World Campus tuition discount for federal employees, spouses and dependents. Federal employees are eligible for a 5% tuition reduction on Penn State World Campus online programs. Visit worldcampus.psu.edu/fed-gov for details.


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Maternity Leave

Ever have questions about what paperwork you needed to file, what articles help give you guidance or just how to go about planning your Maternity Leave.

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As part of the National Employee Forum, PWC leadership meets on a quarterly basis with FAA Headquarters executives, including at times the FAA Administrator, to discuss policies and issues impacting FAA employees. This avenue keeps PWC at the forefront of change and provides an opportunity to dialogue on areas that can impact the interests of PWC membership.

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Who is PWC -Ana Carey (Mendivil)

Meet PWC Member Ana Mendivil

My name is Ana Mendivil and I have been a PWC member since 2014. I had fallen in love with airplanes long before then but was in pursuit of a career as a pilot until Trish Cummings gave me a tour of Los Angeles ARTCC.

Prior to the tour, I attended Mt. San Antonio College and attained both Commercial Flight and Aviation Science degrees. By the time I had decided to pursue air traffic a hiring bid had been cancelled, the hiring process had been changed so previous qualifications did not provide special consideration, but I still met qualifications so I threw my hat into the ring.

To read more about Ana click here

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Lessons from Apollo 11, Because They are Hard

Hi everyone,

I’ve enjoyed reading the 50th anniversary stories about Apollo 11, reflecting on the nation’s decision to land on the moon and attempt other revolutionary activities “not because they are easy, but because they are hard,” as President Kennedy said at the time. One article estimated that it took 300,000 people from a partnership of government and private industry – as well as support from the public – to pull it off.

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World Cup Soccer Champs and Learning Leadership Skills

Hi everyone,

I’m still in awe of the impressive run by the U.S. women’s soccer team, and marveling at all the records they broke on the way to their World Cup victory. I laughed when I read an article that said Rose Lavelle’s goal in the final game practically left a contrail! These athletes have inspired so many of us with their determination, grit and spirit.

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