On 27 April, jeans become more than fashion. They become a statement. Around the world, people wear jeans on this “Denim Day” as a visible protest against myths that surround sexual assault.
You may have heard of the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) before, but do you know all that it does and how many Marine Families it touches? Read this testimonial about a Marine family who used EFMP to help nagivate the special education process and provide a map to success for their son.
April 15–21 marks Volunteer Appreciation Week. Marine Corps volunteers are a special kind of volunteer; they already sacrifice a vast amount as members of the Marine Corps family, and choose to add more by giving their time and attention to others in need.
Veterati is a mentoring program that was made by Marines, for Marines! “Knowing you all are Marines, I know that you have never shied away from hard work, and this different kind of work will test your new bounds, but you can do it!”- Veterati COO, Daniel Rau.
Separations from loved ones are part of the job when you are a Marine. They are hard on everyone and can be especially challenging for children. Below are some tips to help you stay connected to your child, your young siblings, or any other children who are important to you.
Why wait until summer to take advantage of the bright sunny days and warm evenings when your child can sign up for Youth Sports today?
You have received orders to re-locate and need to set-up a move. Wondering what to do next? The Defense Personal Property System is the DoD one-stop source for managing personal property moves.
From April 8-14, MCCS libraries will observe National Library Week through a variety of activities and promotions.
As you are searching for a new job or starting your transition from active duty to civilian-land, you will probably use many different tools to search for your new career. One such tool is LinkedIn.
Marine Corps Families are an integral part of our Corps. Our spouses and children play a vital role in mission success by serving alongside their Marine. We salute the resiliency, independence, and support, members of the Marine Corps community provide.