You know that references are an important part of the job search process, and recognize that because they are at the end of the interview cycle, they can be an afterthought until requested. Check out these four tips to maximize the value of your references during your job search process.
Are you preparing to return to work after some time away from the job market? Work through these simple calculations to determine if going back to work is right for your family.
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.
Mentorship has been a part of every Marine’s life ever since they stepped on the yellow footprints, and continues long after. Check out these mentorship opportunities for Veterans.
Don’t miss your chance to register for the Spouse Education & Career Opportunities (SECO) 2018 Virtual Military Spouse Symposium. This three day symposium is offering a wide array of courses that could benefit or motivate you, so don’t delay and register today!
If you are planning to apply for Tution Assistance, here’s what you can do to get ready.
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.
We hear it every day: network, network, network. Did you know that 80% of jobs are found through networking? Find out how the Chicago Marine for Life Network proves networking is where it’s at.
When was the last time you updated your Servicemembers Group Life Insurance (SGLI)? Beginning May 1, you can keep your policy up to date online.
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.