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.
A Marine Veteran got connected with the Marine For Life Network during a very challenging time in his life, and it helped him turn his struggles into success.
Knowing your financial rights helps secure your financial future. The MLA helps protect Service members and their families from predatory loan practices that pose a threat to personal financial and military readiness.
DHS is seeking hundreds of qualified veterans to fill mission-critical positions in law enforcement, business operations, budget/finance/accounting, information technology, intelligence, and more. Learn how you can apply!
Every interview is an opportunity to improve your interviewing skills. Ask yourself these key questions after every interview to gain insights into your interview techniques.
Throughout your job search, you may encounter a variety of interviews that are potentially different from the face-to-face meetings you’re used to. Check out this list of potential interview situations you might encounter and how best to prepare for them.
You’ve heard it time and again: networking is the key to career success. 80% of jobs are now found through networking. But where to start?
Once a Marine, Always a Marine: everyone knows a Veteran. What if that Veteran is in legal trouble? Do you know who to contact if they need assistance or which resources are available to them?
The Marine Corps Leader Scholar Program (LSP) provides Marines with assistance in the admission process to colleges and universities across the nation as they transition from active duty to the private sector. Read about one of the LSP's latest success stories.