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.
Know you need to create or update your LinkedIn profile but not quite sure how? Check out two new courses for Marines, family members, and Veterans.
Your resume is often the first impression you will make on an organization. It’s important to communicate your experience as quickly and clearly as possible.
Find out how to negotiate a civilian salary when your previous one was based on the military pay system.
Every interview is an opportunity to improve your interviewing skills. Ask yourself these key questions after every interview to gain insights into your interview techniques.
With all the advice on the web and through school admission officials on maximizing GI Bill Education Benefits, it may be difficult to decipher what advice is worth taking. Here are our top tips.
Do you dread filling out transition paperwork and chasing down signatures? Well, all that will change on 1 October 2016 when DoDTAP rolls out its new eForm.