There are many benefits to applying to college with the Common Application, which is used by more than 700 unviersities.
Mentor. Coach. Guide. Counselor. Teacher. Instructor. Adviser. The word “mentor” has a lot of meanings, whether you’re looking it up in the dictionary or asking what it might mean to you personally. So how do you settle on one term? Let’s look at the different types of mentoring and how they could apply to you as a Marine or a Marine spouse.
You know a mentor is key to advancing in your career, but as a Marine spouse where do you find a mentor to provide career guidance, advice and support? Here are 6 places to start your search.
You learned about the importance of a personal financial plan during the Transition Readiness Seminar; now is the time to put it into practice.
As Marines, one of the most important rights you fight to defend is the right to vote. Recent elections have been decided by a margin of victory of less than 0.1%, so every vote truly does matter. With the 2018 voting season quickly approaching, voters should understand their voting rights and how to register and successfully vote.
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.
When it comes to transitioning back to civilian life, Marines aren’t the only ones who have preparation to do and decisions to make. Check out our tips for a successful transition as a military spouse.
As a Marine, you may not need to rely on a student loan to pay for your education. With access to Tuition Assistance, scholarships, grants, and your GI Bill education benefit you have many options.
We are continuously looking for individuals with a passion to serve the Marine Corps community. Help us serve those who serve. Find career opportunities on our website at http://www.usmc-mccs.org/careers
Writing your resume? Take these 6 tips into account as you craft the “Experience” section of your resume.