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.
The Personal Financial Management Program has a new workshop to help you recognize the messages and habits that may be sabotaging your financial goals.
Everything you need to know about the new blended retirement system.
For roughly 30,000 Marines who transition each year from the Marine Corps to a new status as a Veteran Marine some are not ready for change.
The practice of completing undergraduate studies (a bachelor’s degree) by attending a community college then transferring to a local college or university to complete the final two years is called the “feeder school trend.”
The cost of college can be significant, but there are many options available to you as a Marine spouse to help you finance your education.
Developing a solid resume takes work, so don’t expect perfection from your first effort. Much like writing a paper, start with an outline and a little messy brainstorming.