Details of the Reserve Component National Securities Course

March 18, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Sherb Sentell III serves his community as the Minden-Ward 1 City Judge and serves the nation as a Colonel in the United States Army Reserve. Sherb Sentell III has graduated from a number of military schools and advanced courses, including the Reserve Component National Security Course in Washington, DC.

Over the course of two weeks, the Reserve Component National Security Course teaches participants the skills that they need to lead in joint command positions. Students prepare for roles in intergovernmental and multinational settings, as well as in joint national security situations. The interactive workshop includes seminars, lectures, and discussions as well as site visitation and a national crisis response simulation. This simulative exercise invites participants to apply a range of diplomatic, military, and other metrics to allocate power in a way that advances national interests.

The program is open to senior officers and senior warrant officers as well as senior non-commissioned officers (NCOs) and civilians of grade designation GS-13 and higher. Service members must demonstrate potential for higher levels of leadership, though individuals who have completed the course in the past are not eligible. Interagency professionals and partners of the US Defense and National Security Industry may contact course staff for specific eligibility information.

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Experiential Education at the Dickinson School of Law

February 16, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Minden-Ward 1 City Judge for the State of Louisiana, Sherb Sentell III also practices law at the Sentell Law Firm in Minden, LA. Formerly handling felony cases for the District Attorney’s Office, Sherb Sentell III has been sought as a speaker by organizations such as Penn State University, where he hosted a lecture on criminal prosecution at the Dickinson School of Law.

Established in 1834, the Dickinson School of Law prides itself on its ability to deliver innovative experiential education. The institution offers in-house clinics and internships to help students hone their skills in their specific area of law. Both provide opportunities to practice litigating on national and international cases.

The school also offers moot court competitions. The platform serves to advance problem-solving and writing skills as well as negotiation and advocacy techniques. Students can participate in civil and criminal trials as well as appellate advocacy. The latter provides experience in a variety of areas, including environmental and transnational law.

To learn more about experiential education at the Dickinson School of Law, visit www.dickinsonlaw.psu.edu.

Dickinson School of Law Offers Experiential Learning

February 9, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Colonel Sherb Sentell III divides his time between serving the United States Army Reserve, serving as the Minden-Ward I City Judge, and practicing law at the Sentell Law Firm LLC. Possessing more than a decade of experience in criminal law, Colonel Sherb Sentell III has shared his knowledge with students at Penn State University’s Dickinson School of Law as a guest lecturer.

Established in 1834, the Dickinson School of Law merged with Penn State University in 1997. The school has since been listed among the top 200 American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law schools by US News & World Report. Dickinson School of Law focuses on experiential learning and offers programs that help students practice litigation skills through in-house clinics and internships.

Moot court competitions are also available to test writing, advocacy, and problem solving skills. Students have opportunities to showcase their knowledge in a range of law areas, including environmental and criminal. The program helps students prepare for both domestic and international cases.

To learn more about the school and its programs, visit www.dickinsonlaw.psu.edu.

The Reserve Components National Security Course

October 23, 2015 § Leave a comment

Sherb Sentell III is an elected City Judge for Minden and Ward One of Webster Parish, Louisiana. Additionally, Sherb Sentell III is Colonel with the United States Army Reserve. As part of his training, Sherb Sentell completed the Reserve Components National Security Course at Fort McNair in Washington, DC.

Offered by National Defense University and the Joint Reserve Affairs Center, the Reserve Components National Security Course is a two-week course for officers and senior non-commissioned officers. The course prepares students for joint command management in intergovernmental and joint national security situations. Faculty members from the National War College and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces lead attendees in panel discussions and lectures covering national security policies, defense resource management, diplomacy, homeland security, and other important topics.

Members of the United States military can enroll for the Reserve Components National Security Course through their chain of command. A recommendation panel decides who attends based on the number of applicants. The program is tuition-free for attendees, as their units pay for attendance and travel costs. Colonel Sentell is currently assigned as a joint logistics officer with the United States Central Command, which is headquartered in Tampa, Florida.

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