Connect to Protect: Support is Within Reach

This year’s National Suicide Prevention Month theme, Connect to Protect: Support is Within Reach, highlights the importance of connecting fellow Marines, leaders, family, friends, and the community to available resources on suicide prevention.

Marine Spouse 101: Don't Wait For Orders to Begin Your Job Search

How do you search for a job if you don’t know where the next duty station is? The real answer is, you get creative and utilize all the resources you can find. It’s not impossible to get an idea of where your Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders might take you, but it’s certainly not easy.

Leadership Scholar Program Success Story: From Marine Corps Band to NYU

The Leadership Scholar Program (LSP) helps exceptional Marines who want to pursue their education at highly selective schools after they transition out of the Marine Corps. The LSP can help Marines go to colleges of their dreams, just as it did for Corporal (Cpl) Gage Behnkendorf.

Veterans Justice Outreach, Re-entry Programs, and Veterans Treatment Court

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?  

Get Started Writing Your Resume Today!

Never written a resume before? Don’t sweat it. Sure, it seems daunting if you are staring at a blank computer screen, but it will not be blank for long!

Your MCCS Resiliency Checklist

Military life is stressful and can present many different challenges. Build your resiliency with MCCS programs and services.

OSCAR Teams Provide Peer-to-Peer support for Managing Stress

Even the most motivated and well-trained Marines can find themselves challenged by stress. From everyday life to mission-driven deployments and combat. Stress in the Marine Corps world is inevitable.

Ten Things You Need To Know About Mentoring and American Corporate Partners

January was National Mentoring Month! American Corporate Partners (ACP), which provides mentorship opportunities, is a great resource for those currently transitioning, getting ready to transition or those who have been out and need guidance or are in search of their next career field.  Here are the top ten things you need to know about ACP.

M4L Network Success Story: MSgt Marc Arrington's Networking Skills Secure him a Career as a Mortgage Loan Officer

Follow MSgt Arrington’s journey as the Marine for Life Network helped him secure a career as a Mortgage Loan Officer.

Connecting With Your Support Network After Experiencing a Sexual Assault

Sexual assault can be a traumatic event. If you have been sexually assaulted, finding a confidential resource is important for your health.

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