It can be very easy to confuse skills and competencies. Skills are the building blocks of expertise required to perform tasks—such as proficiency in a particular job specific computer program. Competencies are the behaviors or “transferrable” or “soft” skills that distinguish levels of performance.
LinkedIn is a great way to keep in touch with colleagues, present your professional image, and conduct your job search. Keep in mind this essential LinkedIn etiquette as you cultivate your network.
Are you preparing to return to work after some time away from the job market? Work through these simple calculations to determine if going back to work is right for your family.
Preparation begins with a conversation. Marine Corps Education Service Officers and Education Service Specialists at Voluntary Education are trained to guide you toward educational opportunities that fit your skill sets and meet your ambitions.
Are you thinking of getting a college degree? With your military training and experience you may already be part way there.
Your Joint Services Transcript (JST) is an academically accepted document approved by the American Council on Education (ACE) to validate your military occupational experience.
Learn more about what the Family Member Employment Assistance Program and Spouse Education & Career Opportunities can offer you as a Marine Corps spouse.
Do you have what it takes to be an innovator? The Makerspace equipment available at MCCS Libraries can help you bring your concepts to life.
Did you know that federal jobs require a unique style of resume? Here are our top tips for crafting a federal resume that is sure to get you noticed for all the right reasons.
There are many benefits to applying to college with the Common Application, which is used by more than 700 unviersities.