I am a CP26 Intern
Welcome to the CP-26 Intern Program! Intern Programs are designed to provide new employees and employees newly assigned to specific professional career programs with academic training and work experience. During the two-year program, interns are given an opportunity to expand their knowledge of the Army mission and programs, refine abilities, and develop skills needed to enter a full performance level position. The information you find in these pages will assist you in planning for your future.
Intern Training Program
Manpower and Force Management professionals have critical roles in designing and fielding the Army's current and future forces. Analysts ensure Army organizations have the right number of people to do the job and the most efficient organizations to execute Army's missions. They are key players in helping the Army adapt and change to meet new and evolving missions. This program provides the tools of knowledge and experience to each intern so they can be prepared to carry out the duties of a CP-26 careerist.
- CP-26 Intern Handbook
This handbook is a general guide for interns in the Manpower and Force Management Career Program (CP-26). It provides information necessary to understand requirements to successfully complete the program.
- CP-26 Supervisor Handbook
This handbook is a general guide for supervisors of Manpower and Force Management Career Program (CP-26) interns. It provides the information necessary to understand the roles and responsibilities of both supervisor and intern.
- CP-26 Supervisor Checklist
This checklist will assist the supervisor in guiding the employee as they begin their new career as a CP-26 Intern.
- CP-26 Master Intern Training Plan
The Master lntern Training Plan (MITP) describes the general requirements for training and development of CP26 interns as well as the specialized requirements in each of the Manpower and Force Management functional areas. The plan covers a 24-month period. The target grade may be a GS-9 or GS-11 upon completion of the intern program, depending on the individual's qualifications upon entering the program.
- Individual Training Plan (IDP)
This IDP is a roadmap to a successful internship. Supervisors and interns should develop the IDP within 30 days of an intern's reporting date. This IDP can be used by all personnel in any grades to plan their training and development in coordination with their supervisors. Each intern is required to forward a copy of their IDP and position description to the CP26 Proponency Office at email@example.com
- Intern Rotational Assignment Form
This form is used to outline the rotation objectives and the tasks the intern will be expected to complete. Interns will forward a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org after each rotation.
- Intern Evaluation of Rotation Assignment Form
This form allows the intern to evaluate each rotational assignment and provide feedback for improvements. Interns will forward a copy to email@example.com after each rotation.
- Rotational Assignment Supervisor Evaluation
This form allows the direct supervisor to assess the intern's strengths/weaknesses and performance throughout the assignment. Interns will forward a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org after each rotation.
- Resource Allocation Selection System (RASS)
This is the website to apply for training and to obtain the supervisor's and FCR's approval of funding.
- Standard Form 182
Authorization, Agreement & Certification of Training Form
- AR 690-400, Chapter 4302 Total Army Performance Evaluation System
- DA Form 7222, SENIOR SYSTEM CIVILIAN EVALUATION REPORT
- DA Form 7222-1, SENIOR SYSTEM CIVILIAN EVALUATION SUPPORT FORM
- Civilian Leave and Earnings Statement - Understanding your Civilian Leave and Earnings Statement
- Defense Travel System
- Government Travel Card (GOVCC)
The Travel Card Program provides travelers a safe, effective, convenient, and commercially available method to pay for expenses incident to official travel, including local travel. It is DoD policy that the Government-sponsored, contractor-issued travel card be used to the maximum extent possible while on TDY. The travel card is intended for official travel-related use only and should never be used for personal purchases or to pay for someone else's travel expenses. Use of the travel card is mandated by the Travel and Transportation Reform Act of 1998 by including Travel Charge Card guidance in the DoD Financial Management Regulation, Vol. 9, Chapter 3.
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