Whether you’re single or a geographic bachelor, the Single Marine Program (SMP) provides a place to bond with other Marines while having fun and making a difference.
Learn more about what the Family Member Employment Assistance Program and Spouse Education & Career Opportunities can offer you as a Marine Corps spouse.
The Homefront can become overwhelming and stressful while your Marine is deployed. It’s okay to give yourself permission to take care of “you” in order to better take care of others.
When most people think of libraries, they usually think books. Anyone working in a library today, however, knows that they are so much more than just books. In recent years, many public and academic libraries have begun to develop spaces for activities that both teach and empower patrons to try new and emerging technologies to explore the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) realms.
Did you know that just 20 minutes of moderate exercise can help combat feelings related to stress and improve your mood?
Trying to start the New Year off by doing something good? The perfect opportunity is right in your own backyard! January is National Mentoring Month and a time to lend skills and support to your local community.
There are many benefits to applying to college with the Common Application, which is used by more than 700 unviersities.
No, you haven’t misread your calendar. We’re not referring to a political election, but we are talking about important new options regarding your future retirement benefits.
What are you hoping to achieve in 2018? Here are some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions, as well as some tips to help you achieve your goals.
Mentor. Coach. Guide. Counselor. Teacher. Instructor. Adviser. The word “mentor” has a lot of meanings, whether you’re looking it up in the dictionary or asking what it might mean to you personally. So how do you settle on one term? Let’s look at the different types of mentoring and how they could apply to you as a Marine or a Marine spouse.