It can be easy to lose confidence while you’re searching for a job, especially if your search has lasted a while. Consider applying these tips to build confidence during your job search.
Most people want to reduce anxiety, improve concentration and problem solving, and be more creative. Some people have turned to micro-dosing Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (LSD). Yet there are a lot of reasons that taking LSD should not be the answer.
Forty-nine MCCS restaurant and hospitality activities aboard 14 Marine Corps Installations are being recognized for their exceptional performance in 2018 with Food and Hospitality Excellence Awards.
Many parents have heard the saying, “Breast is best,” but that may not hold true for every mom.
Congratulations to the winners of the third annual Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) Poster Contest.
Here’s a statement you have heard before: PCS is an incredibly stressful time. In addition to the sheer stress of packing up and moving, Marine parents and children alike have to completely relearn the ins and outs of a new location. The School Liaison Program can help relieve a little of that stress.
Have you thought about working for the Federal Government but not sure where to start? Have no fear: the Transition Readiness team is here to get you on the path to federal employment.
Spousal coverage under the Family Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (FSGLI) program doesn’t have to be permanent. Following certain life events, spouses have the option of conversion, which is a process that allows individuals to transfer their existing group coverage to an individual life policy without the need to provide evidence of good health.
As Marines approach the transition to civilian life, they have a lot to consider. Not only do they have to determine what to do in their civilian careers, but also how to get on the path to that career. One of the programs that can help do that is the DoD SkillBridge program.
Learn how to relieve stress and improve resiliency by practicing mindfulness.