The Department of Housing and Urban Development's Presidential Management Fellows Class of 2002 celebrated the culmination of the two-year PMF Program on Friday December 10, 2004 at the National Conference Center in Landsdowne, Virginia. The Graduation Training and Ceremony was an excellent chance to reconnect with Fellows, celebrate program accomplishments, and of course, learn the skills that will take them to the next step in their Federal career. This year's training sessions covered topics of leadership, collaboration, and how you can succeed in a Federal sector career.
The HUD PMF Class of 2002 took this opportunity to meet with many of their dedicated colleagues in various federal agencies to discuss their experiences and future goals in federal service. The Class of 2002 returned to their offices Monday with a renewed excitement to fulfill the mission of HUD, now completing the first step in their journey to leadership in federal service. The PMF program has provided HUD with many energetic new employees throughout the years. We would like to recognize The Office of Personnel Management, HUD Training Academy, and all of the managers and supervisors that have provided the flexibility to work within a program that is intended to create a diverse experience in federal service. The Class of 2002 was afforded the opportunity to participate in wonderful training and educational opportunities and looks forward to using those additional skills gained to assist the Department in accomplishing its goals, and getting the job done.
Congratulations to the Presidential Management Fellows Class of 2002!