We’re looking for applicants for the 2018 John L. Hunt Mentoring Program! We have an excellent selection of Mentors and speakers. Please send along the application to anyone you know that has 1-5 years of experience and would like some one on one and small group mentoring. Applications are due on or before January 31, 2018 and need to be sent to the DAPL office. Those accepted will meet about once a month with activities including lunch and learns, breakfast discussions, semi-formal dinners and at least one charitable activity. Those applicants selected to participate in the 2018 John L. Hunt Mentoring Program will receive email notification by February 9, 2018. Applicants must complete the entire application, incomplete applications will not be included in the review process. Application Requirements are: 1-5 years of experience, completed application, written referral by previous or current supervisor, current resume and three professional references with their current contact information.
As previously stated please send completed application packages to the DAPL office: 535 16th Street Suite, #850 Denver CO 80202 or scan your application, referral, resume and references and email to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before end of business on Wednesday January 31, 2018.
If there are any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me, Edward Green, III at email@example.com or 817-296-4968
John L. Hunt
August 22, 1950 – October 13, 2011
John Lawrence Hunt, noted author, lecturer, information technology implementer and teacher in the exploration and production segment of the oil and gas industry, was born August 22, 1950 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina to Horace Clayton Hunt and Sharon Francis Sedgwick Hunt, and departed this life on October 13, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. Mr. Hunt is survived by a daughter, Holly Hunt, also of Denver, CO and a son, Adam John Hunt of Houston, TX. Additionally Mr. Hunt is survived by three brothers and two sisters-Paul C. (Martha) Hunt of Valdosta, GA; Michael P. (Mary) Parsons of Rapid City, SD and David R. Parsons of Little Rock, AR; Mary F. Hunt and Patricia S. Parsons, both of Little Rock, AR. He was predeceased by both his parents; his stepfather, Francis Ernest Parsons and his stepmother, Jeannie Hunt of Houston, TX. The family also wishes to acknowledge Dr. Skip Galle and his extended family for their many unselfish and supportive actions benefiting the Hunt/Parsons family. Mr. Hunt was educated in the parochial schools of Mobile, AL, notably St. Joan of Arc Elementary School and McGill Institute (now McGill-Toolen Catholic High School), and the University of Southern Mississippi which he attended on a music scholarship and where he served as Chapter President of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Mr. Hunt received his undergraduate degree in English from the University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama and in 1980 his law degree from Mississippi College School of Law, Clinton, Mississippi. Mr. Hunt was a Certified Professional Landman (CPL) in the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL) and was an active member of the Houston, Alaska, Wyoming and Denver APL’s. John was CEO of John L. Hunt & Associates, an Energy E-Business Development Consulting firm specializing in the application of information technology to acquisitions and divestitures of oil & gas assets in due diligence, examination process and team management. The firm maintained offices in Houston and Denver. He was the winner, along with the Houston Association of Professional Landmen (HAPL), of the AAPL Best Member Communications Award for a 2 part series of IT articles named “flat files future is now, part 1, and part 2”. He was also the 2000-2001 AAPL APEX Award winner for IT Education for Landmen for serving as Assistant Chair of the Information Technology Committee, 2000-2001, which re-worked the entire media at AAPL Headquarters. Mr. Hunt was also an adjunct professor at Western State College of Colorado, Gunnison, CO. He was a member of the Rocky Mountain Climbing Club and had climbed several 14,000 peaks in the Rockies. Earlier in his life, following the death of his mother, Mr. Hunt had been called on to provide leadership and see to the care of his five brothers and sisters. To do so he followed his father and stepfather into the U. S. Merchant Marine and took to the sea. His travels took him around the world and increased his interest in languages. He mastered Spanish and had a working knowledge of French. He authored a couple of self-published Celtic works in honor of his Celt heritage. Mr. Hunt also oversaw the restoration of Landmark Hall, an antebellum mansion on Mobile’s main thoroughfare, Government Street. It is currently used as offices and for receptions.