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December 12, 2016
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May 21, 1971
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O-104 L FIApproved F 501010-f 04 orj&lease 2002/06/17 : CIA-RDP78-0636 00300010013-7 25X1A6a UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Memorandum Director of Training FROM : Chief, Career Training Program suBJECT: Weekly Activities Report DATE: 21 May 19 71 1. Applicants for the July 1971 Career Training Class are plentiful. In fact, the probability is that there will be several suitable candidates that will have to. delay EOD until this Fall because the July class will be filled (capacity: approximately 25). This means that the CTP will be in a very favorable position for selecting and filling the January 1972 class, as well as having an outstanding group for the July 1971 class. 2. The retention rate (52% for the period January '64 .- January '71 versus 79% for non-military during the same period) of military Career Trainees received another jolt this week when the last two active duty military officers remainin in the Program resigned just prior to con- version to civilian status. intends to enter law practice in the Boston area. 25X1A9a 25X1A9a USMC, plans to enter. graduate school at the University of Hawaii. Both men were excellent prospects for productive Agency careers. Unfortun- ately, they still are not sure what their real vocational goals should be and felt that they should explore other career opportunities outside the Agency. may re-apply for employment following completion of graduate school in about two years. 3. Program Office made routine visits to this week to counsel CT's enroll d in the BOC. cR~ye ~ 'tfiii"i Vi I~ 2"f decfassif istiflo Approved For Release 2002/06/17 : CIA-RDP78-06363A000300010013-7