Successful networking is easier said than done
Every 11 November, the nation comes together to remember and honor the service and sacrifices of our Veterans. Veteran’s Day means many things to many people. The staff of the Marine For Life Network, many of them Veterans themselves, reflects on what Veteran’s Day means to them.
“Once a Marine, Always a Marine” has always been a key part of the Marine Corps ethos and it is reflected in the professional development opportunities offered before and after separation.
Are you thinking of getting a college degree? With your military training and experience you may already be part way there.
Some people are born comfortable talking to anyone about anything. When you’re not one of these people, it's impressive and sometimes mystifying to watch someone with this gift in action. How do you make networking feel more natural?]
Is your resume is perfect? Are you sure? We might all be familiar with the basics of writing a resume, but some easy mistakes can disqualify you from the job you’re seeking. Double check your resume today and get started on landing the job you want.
Effective July 31, 2017, the Transition Readiness Program (TRP) became a Critical Or Requiring Evaluation (CORE) Functional Area with the Inspector General Marine Corps (IGMC).
Want to know more about FMEAP? Read what Rebecca Dreier, FMEAP staff member and spouse of a Veteran Marine has to say about the program and what it can do for you
What are the steps for Marines who are interested in applying for LSP and using the program to assist them in their application process?]
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.