AMP – Alumni Mentoring Program
From Class President Chris Cikanovich —
Dear Classmates: The USNA Class of ’69 has helped find a solution to a need for mentoring support in the Fleet. We get a lot of help in identifying problems, but it’s rare to have a group come with a solution, and the funding tail to help solve the problem. We are very fortunate to have this help from the Class of ’69. This program, while still relatively new – has yielded some very positive results. We have over a thousand alumni involved and growing. The Superintendent has permitted the introduction of this program to our graduating First Class – now that their service selections have been made. These relationships will be very beneficial in answering questions that our newly graduating 0-1’s will have.
The program is there for our young Officer’s to get help, and for our more experienced Officer’s to give back – by enrolling as Mentors to help get valuable information and shared experiences to our Alumni across the country.
This attachment is an example of what Hampton Roads provided to their membership.
I hope you take advantage of the opportunity to help a young midshipman or junior officer develop their career with the guidance and wisdom from the best Class of ’75.
Chris “Chick” Cikanovich
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