You learned about the importance of a personal financial plan during the Transition Readiness Seminar; now is the time to put it into practice.
You know a mentor is key to advancing in your career, but as a Marine spouse where do you find a mentor to provide career guidance, advice and support? Here are 6 places to start your search.
Networking is a vital part of finding new employment opportunities as a transitioning Marine or spouse.Our tips will help you put your best foot forward at your next networking event.
Confused about what path you should take after you EAS? Here are our top tips for finding your dream post-Marine Corps career.
This year consider some simple tips to help you manage holiday spending and avoid New Year surprises.
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.
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.
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.
“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.