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.
Parent of the Year Gregory Prayer was honored by the National Alliance for Youth Sports for providing more than 4,100 hours of volunteer service to the youth sports programs at Camp Lejeune - New River.
For Marines who are fighting problems with alcohol or drug misuse, and for those seeking to protect what they’ve earned, the holidays can be challenging.
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.
Selfless acts of giving provide physical and emotional benefits needed for a well-rounded individual. This is why it is essential for children to learn kindness early on.
Keeping kids safe on the internet is a challenging task. What is a parent to do in the 21st century? Here are a few tips to help keep your children safe online.
In the coming weeks, you may be one of the lucky Service members to receive an e-mail inviting you to participate in a Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Customer Satisfaction Survey.
Marines, if you're wondering if you need to include a Letter of Recomendation with your college application, the answer is yes.
Did you know that volunteering is the perfect opportunity to develop new skills or maintain your current skill set? USMC Volunteers is always looking for new people to to assist with local projects.
Feeling stressed this holiday season? Here are some quick tips to alleviate the pressure.