January 6, 2017 – Monterey, CA. — DeVine Consulting, Inc., is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a contract for the delivery of the Informational Program Seminar for International Officers attending the United States Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, CA.
The seminar’s objective, as part of the DoD Field Studies Program (FSP), is to ensure that international students return to their homeland with an understanding of the responsibilities of governments, militaries, and citizens to protect, preserve, and respect the rights of every individual. In conducting this seminar, DeVine will provide the students with opportunities to increase their awareness and gain an enhanced functional understanding of internationally recognized human rights and the American way of life.
The U.S. Navy has selected DeVine Consulting to provide an instructor to update and teach this quarterly graduate-level seminar beginning in January 2017, for one year, with options for 4 additional years.
Weekly discussion topics to be covered include U.S. government institutions, political processes, the judicial system, the free market system, education, health and human services, media, international peace and security, the law of war, diversity of American life, and human rights.
Part of this seminar’s unique aspects is site visits to various Monterey Bay area community resources, organizations, and institutions. The students’ experience will be greatly enhanced by these visits, allowing them to better grasp our way of life by seeing our values and beliefs in action.
This contract is a continuation of the support and expertise DeVine has supplied to NPS’s educational and research programs.
NPS provides high-quality, relevant, and unique advanced education and research programs that increase the combat effectiveness of the Navy, other Armed Forces of the U.S., and other partners to enhance national security. Networks, cutting-edge research in networking, and many other initiatives.
NPS is highly recognized nationally and internationally to develop innovative and cost-efficient services to support their institution’s educational mission. The university aims to help boost the skills of commissioned officers in the naval service through advanced research programs. Research support includes collecting and analyzing data, conducting and analyzing laboratory experiments, computer modeling/trend analysis, and recording findings and recommendations in papers and presentations.
For more information on NPS, visit http://www.nps.edu.