The Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) Poster Contest is now accepting submissions. This year’s theme is Step Forward. Prevent. Report. Advocate.
Learn more about what the Family Member Employment Assistance Program and Spouse Education & Career Opportunities can offer you as a Marine Corps spouse.
When the time comes to transition from military life back to civilian life, a Marine isn’t the only one who has preparation to do and decisions to make. Spouses are transitioning too.
Commands, SAPR personnel, and all MCCS staff are encouraged to consider nominating for the DoD Annual Promoting Excellence in Prevention Award. Each year, DoD SAPRO sponsors recognition for an individual, group, or unit from each Military Service, component, or organization for their work in advancing the primary prevention of sexual assault.
A list of curated books and resources to support our installation campaigns and programs.
Spring time is here, and with that, Permanent Change of Station (PCS) season begins. While moving can be an exciting time, it can also be stressful for adults and children alike. Use the tips below in preparing for your move.
Great resources are available to assist transitioning Marines and their family members connect to education resources, employment opportunities, and other Veterans services that aid in their career and life goals outside of military service.
Voting in any type of election from the local school board to presidential primaries, provides an avenue to voice your opinions regarding elected leaders and overall policies.
Assistance in navigating the emotional cycle of deployment brought to you buy Readiness and Support Training.
As an active-duty Marine transitioning into the reserves and relocating to Las Vegas, Nevada, Jeremey Quintana found a job with S.S. Walkins Inc., a FedEx contractor. Jeremy worked with FedEx for several years, which allowed him to build professional relationships with valuable employment contacts.