CEOs of Fortune 100 companies and non-profit organizations, presidents of universities, and public administrators from metropolitan cities have participated in the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference.
The nomination process for the JCOC program is very competitive. Hundreds of individuals are nominated each year for the 30-40 slots to be filled. Selections are based on the qualifications of the nominees as determined by an inter-Service selection panel, not by ranks or positions of the nominators.
How are participants nominated?
What are the criteria for nominees?
What are the basic eligibility requirements?
Who is NOT eligible for the JCOC program?
What is the responsibility of a nominator?
How are selections made?
How will nominees know if they are selected to participate?
How is JCOC funded?