The Leadership Scholar Program (LSP) was formed to support the admission of qualified Marines to four year, not-for-profit colleges and universities across the nation. As if that wasn’t enough reason to access this resource, check out the many free programs LSP works with to help Marines prepare to further their education at selective colleges and universities.
Last week, the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act, known as the “Forever G.I. Bill,” was signed into law. Check out some of the specifics per the Department of Veterans Affairs below:
Your Joint Services Transcript (JST) is an academically accepted document approved by the American Council on Education (ACE) to validate your military occupational experience.
The role of a Marine For Life Representative is to build a strong network of military friendly resources and make connections to Marines in need. This success story shows how the M4L Indianapolis Rep was able to connect a Marine Veteran seeking employment to a local employer seeking a new employee.
With all the advice on the web and through school admission officials on maximizing GI Bill Education Benefits, it may be difficult to decipher what advice is worth taking. Here are our top tips.
Confused about what path you should take after you EAS? Here are our top tips for finding your dream post-Marine Corps career.
Looking for civilian job experience while you're still active duty? Check out USMAP to further your career goals.
You keep hearing about credentials. What are they, and why do they matter to you?
When you need to find online Marine Corps resources, where do you turn first? If your initial response isn’t “Marine OnLine,” then it should be!
Do you struggle identifying your skills for resume writing, job interviews, or networking? This case study written by a member of the Marine For Life Network can teach you a technique to identify your best skills.