Association for Improvement of Minorities in the Internal Revenue Service (AIM-IRS)

​Dallas/Ft. Worth Area Chapter


Greetings From the President

Congratulations to all DFW Chapter 2019 CAMP Protege’s for addressing career barriers:

Ashaundria Brown (NHQ)
Frankie Derrick (W&I)
Katrina Lee (W&I)
Erika Johnson (TAS)
Karen Wellington-Little (W&I)
Kevin Pitchford (W&I)
Sabrina Scott (W&I)

Hats off to the DFW 2019 Mentors Cadre for your ccontinual efforts to empower others:

Tonya Adger (NHQ)
Remona Castle (IT) 
Laketra Empy (IT)
Micralyn Baker-Jones (HCO)
Patrick Murray (SBSE)
Jeanette Rogers (FMSS)
Roberta Williams (SBSE)
Rita Gayle (NHQ)

Contact Tonya.D.Adger@IRS.GOV for detailed information on becoming a protégé or mentor.  Refer to the DFW Area chapter website, www.aimirs-dfw.orgfor the current information on all programs, scholarships, volunteer opportunities, events and much more.  To learn more about C.A.M.P. please visit our website at www.aimirs-dfw.organd select C.A.M.P. from the side bar. 

From the desk of:

Rita T. Gayle

DFW Area Chapter President

P.O. Box 132311, Dallas, Texas 75313

rtgayle2022@gmail.com

“Using Careers to Break Barriers, Empower Lives and Achieve Equity”

DFW Area Chapter members are encouraged to participate in AIM-IRS mentoring no matter where you are in your career.  If you are at the beginning, mid-career or focused towards retirement a self-help network can be beneficial.

The AIM-IRS National Career Assistance Mentoring Program (CAMP) is administered by the AIM-IRS National Mentoring Committee (Committee). CAMP is an exclusive benefit of AIM-IRS membership and is available to any AIM-IRS member of a participating local AIM-IRS Chapter (Chapter).  The objective of CAMP is to prepare members for career advancement with the use of a mentor.   CAMP consists of nine developmental activities to assist the protégé in identifying and achieving their career goals.

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