Writing your resume? Take these 6 tips into account as you craft the “Experience” section of your resume.
The holiday season is here, which means it’s time to start thinking about sending gifts to your loved ones who may be stationed away from home or overseas.
On 16 November 2017 the Great American Smoke Out challenges you to quit tobacco for a day. Find a Great American Smoke Out event near you!
As part of celebrating and honoring our families, Marine and Family Programs Division interviewed Mrs. Jessica Takach. She has been married since 2005 to Captain Doug Takach, a ‘Mustang Officer’ of 14 years of service. We asked Mrs. Takach for her thoughts on resiliency, sacrifices, and the strength of Marine family communities.
Could you quit tobacco for 24 hours? That’s all it takes to start feeling the benefits of being tobacco free.
Successful networking is easier said than done
“Once a Marine, Always a Marine” has always been a key part of the Marine Corps ethos and it is reflected in the professional development opportunities offered before and after separation.
Every 11 November, the nation comes together to remember and honor the service and sacrifices of our Veterans. Veteran’s Day means many things to many people. The staff of the Marine For Life Network, many of them Veterans themselves, reflects on what Veteran’s Day means to them.
Six out of ten family caregivers work full- or part-time jobs (on top of the full-time job of taking care of their familiy!). Many, however, forget to take the time to take care of themselves. Here are a few tips to practice self-care while balancing the many needs of family members.
If you’re a smoker, quitting can be one of the most important things you ever do to preserve your health.