Discussion in 'Nominations' started by hopeful1998, Nov 8, 2015.
Just curious, Has anyone gotten calls or interviews set up from Boxer, Feinstein or their MOC?
Nothing from the Senators (expect those interviews in early January). DS contacted MOC's office (McNerney) to update his file, the coordinator told DS to expect an interview the first week of December...
I haven't heard much either except that my congressman will have his interviews January 9 on the Los Alamitos JFTB.
DS's MOC interview offically scheduled for December 5th.
My son has an interview with his moc dec 5. No word from senators?
they requested my official scores be sent from testing agencies, that's it.
Ds got a call from Feinstein and MOC today - It was a good day indeed
I did actually hear from them but they just wanted me to get in my SAT and ACT scores, which I sent in only this week.
Feinstein is doing a round of phone interviews December 5 - from 9 - 2, 30 minutes each, for a total of 10 (assuming they are all the same) We have no clue how many days they repeat this schedule.
Yaaaaaay, relieved for you & DS. Good luck!!!
Since california senators only allow a requested nomination to one service academy, has anyone heard back from a senator with respect to kings point?
Has anyone received their nomination from senators boxer or feinstein?
DS received nomination from Feinstein Had phone interview on Dec 5th. Haven't had any contact with her office since (no email, phone call, etc) but portal updated last week showing nomination from Feinstein.
Best of luck
District 10, Jeff Denham posted noms on 12/15/2015 on his website:
Congrats! Which academy?
Thank you!!! DS only applied to Air Force.
DS got nom for USNA from Feinstein (not primary) and MOC the next day. Our portal was updated 2 days prior to getting a phone call from one of feinsteins interviewers. He had an LOA, so we're anxiously waiting for appointment to hit the portal
Congratulations! It seems like Feinstein and the MOC's are not coordinating this year? We had heard from Feinstein (and Boxer in Jan) that they coordinate with the MOC so as to only have one nomination per candidate.
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